Andy THs excitedly, "Sometimes you hear people talking about failing upward? I think I'm about to do that."
Nellie says she's Jo's best friend, even if Jo isn't hers. I don't know, she seems like a frontrunner.
Darryl says he skipped his daily blueberry muffin today, which he shouldn't have done. "Especially considering how superstitious I am."
Will Arnett says he's never been more sure of anything. "I will be the new boss of...[checks signboard] Vance Refrigeration."
Ray Romano says he always sabotages himself. "Case in point, I was supposed to start another job today."
James Spader says he'll get offered the job, like he always does, and then there's always the caller's wait for his response. "And then...my response."
Jim Carrey says he wants the job. "It's just the rest of my family's in the Finger Lakes right now. I'm supposed to be in the Finger Lakes right now. I told them I was on a hike. Snuck away to do this interview. I gotta get back pretty soon or they'll worry. People disappear in the Finger Lakes." Good. Get on that.
Dwight vows, "I will run this branch, or I will destroy this branch." But then he shrugs, "Or, I don't know. Something always works out." Now that's a cliffhanger. Not.
More Creed-wrangling from Pam in the tag, as she's reduced to doing terrible voices to impersonate different clients on the phone. And I guess we'll have to wait until fall to find out who the boss is, although my money's on Nellie. As for the stuntcasting, my six-year-old son would have loved it. Here were The Missing Link from Monsters vs. Aliens, Manny from Ice Age, Horton from Horton Hears a Who, and Ben Stiller's boss from Night at the Museum. Now I'm looking forward to some episodes for adults next season.