At the shareholders meeting, Andy is still encouraging Oscar to speak up. He THs about how he incited 500 kids to walk out in the SATs, but chickened out himself at the last minute and got a 1220. "I feel lachrymose," he concludes.
The meeting is still getting out of hand, with someone calling the board criminals. Michael speaks up in defense of how nice they are, and Wallace should really see where this is going, but he just sits there blankly as Michael starts talking about the free food and the hospitality suite and the stretch limo they sent for him in Scranton. The shareholders don't seem to appreciate that expense as much as Michael might have expected them to. In fact, this is on the verge of turning into a riot.
Jim watches Ryan goofing off with Creed in the break room, and wonders if he should just fire him to make an example out of him. Pam wonders if Jim can even do that, and actually so does Jim, but he says he can at least yell at him. "You've heard me yell," he reminds Pam. "I've heard you exclaim," Pam says, "Like the time you said, 'Hey, look, we parked over here!'" Jim points out that that wasn't really a yelling situation anyway. "You'll figure it out," Pam says patronizingly.
The CEO calls a break at the meeting, but as they're leaving the stage, someone protests that they haven't said anything about the bankruptcy rumors. As the others file off, Michael blurts into one of the microphones that it won't happen. Someone asks how they're going to fix it, and Michael promises that they'll come back from the break with a 45-day, 45-point plan to get the company back on track. As the shareholders finally start clapping and cheering, he adds, "And limo lady? We are going completely carbon-neutral!" The CEO practically has to pull him off the stage, and he does the spin after all. And then comes back for another bow as the applause and cheers continue.