Jim is being a giant dork about a day care that he and Pam are checking out, four blocks from the office, that they hope they can get into. "But if not, there's always the army." And then he naughtily adds, "The infantry." Married four months and Pam is already barely tolerating his worst jokes.
There's an introductory video featuring Christian Slater, saying nothing that makes any sense (although Michael is totally star-struck). And at the end, there's Kathy Bates as Sabre CEO Jo Bennett, welcoming viewers to Sabre while Christian Slater smirks Waldo-like across the background. In his office, Jim THs, in a surprisingly passable Christian Slater voice, "So you've just been shown a nonsensical video. You're probably wondering, what's going on? Well, you're not alone." Michael, of course, is impressed. Gabe starts his explanation, saying Sabre mostly sells printers, so they should start thinking of themselves as a company that sells printers and paper. "Perfect!" Michael response. Then in his office, he whining-heads, "No, don't like that."
Back in the meeting, Meredith wants to hear about vacation days. Apparently they get two weeks, which they don't even have much time to complain about before Meredith notices a bespectacled guy out in the bullpen. Gabe says that's Nick, the new IT guy, setting up web filters, which will block YouTube. "Mmmm, nope, don't like that," Michael THs. Wait until Meredith finds her solitaire gone. Gabe also hands out aluminum water bottles with the Sabre logo on them, which Michael objects to. That not only cuts out the 20 tiny Dixie cups he goes through every day, it also cuts out his 20 trips to the water cooler when he checks on people and has 20 little conversations with Stanley. "That's okay," Stanley says from the back. At least it's the real Stanley.