With the warehouse crew out in the parking lot, Dwight and Michael repeat the whole thing word for word. Jim THs that they hit their stride for the second show. "Might even bring my parents tomorrow for the matinee." Suddenly, Creed comes around the fence, zipping up and saying that there's a castle behind there. Everyone finds it, and gathers around. Pam realizes that Michael's going to jump. "He's going to kill himself pretending to kill himself," Jim says, and runs back out to the parking lot to tell Michael not to do it: "You're going to get horribly, horribly injured." Pam comes out with the megaphone and pretends to have a present for Michael, but says he has to come down and get it. Somehow, with Michael insistently staying in character, this scene has turned into people talking to him like they're actually trying to prevent Michael's suicide instead of just the implementation of his latest dumb idea. When Michael asks what Pam's present is, even Dwight gets on board and claims that it's a highly specific model of female robot. I see where he's going with that, but the particular model he's referring to is prone to erratic behavior, crashing and rebooting and emitting smoke, so Michael might as well just stick with Jan. Darryl takes the megaphone and calls up to Michael that whatever Darryl may have said earlier, he never said Michael had nothing to live for. Michael asks for examples. Darryl looks around, but nobody has anything. Finally, Darryl remembers Jan. Michael says he doesn't know where he stands or what he wants in that relationship. Finally, Darryl says what Michael wanted to hear all along -- that Michael's life is hard too, although he doesn't say it in so many words. "It takes courage just to be you...I couldn't do it." In other words, Michael is a brave man. He's Braveheart, in fact. That seems to have done the trick. "Pam, I'm coming down to get my present," he calls down, prompting Pam to look worried about having to actually come up with something. As Michael climbs down the ladder on the side of the building, he VOs that an office is as brave as the people in it. "I saved a life," he says modestly. "My own. Am I a hero? I really can't say, but yes."
And the tag is simply Stanley in the parking lot at the end of the day, gazing at his be-watermeloned car in shock. Yeah, even with Michael's earlier comment about hate crimes, I didn't realize until now how that probably looks. Use a cantaloupe next time, Michael.