Andy and Kevin's meeting with the other four bosses of Scranton Office Park isn't going so great. They're intimidated and rambling, but when they actually, finally, come out and say what they want, it's done. "Could have done this over email," grumbles Cool Guy Paul on his way out. Kevin starts THing about how hard it was for him after Stacy left, but he cuts himself off and grins, "It's just nice to win one." Aww. Now watch the number of fan sites and LiveJournals dedicated to Kevin shoot up overnight.
Michael's pissed at Pam for setting him up with Margaret, bitching at her that she's obviously not what he's looking for. After he storms into his office, Jim goes up and informs Pam, "You just got yourself kicked out of your apartment." Which is just a way to set up the next big move in the PB&J story arc, which is Pam joking about moving in with Jim and Jim joking about letting her, but seriously being all for it, and Pam maybe-joking that she's not moving in with anyone without being engaged, and Jim is all, "Have I not proposed to you yet?" and her showing him her bare finger and him promising her he will be, and her not believing him, and him insisting he's serious, and when he does, "It's going to kick your ass, Beesly" and OMFG PB&J ARE GETTING MARRIED SQUEEEEEE!!!1! Or so some might say.
"I am not kidding," Jim assures us in a TH, and pops out a tiny little ring. "The week after we started dating," he says. Okay, if this were any other couple, that would be kind of pathetic. But since it's Jim and Pam, and we know all they've been through together, and we've been through it with them, it's only borderline pathetic.
Michael sits in his office complaining to Dwight, who advises Michael that he needs closure. Specifically, he needs to say goodbye.
Andy and Kevin make their triumphant return to the office, and Andy THs some malaprop-riddled congratulations to himself.
Cut to Dwight and Michael at the chairmodel's grave, as Michael wonders what to do next. "You wait until next year's chair catalog comes out and you find one that's still alive," Dwight says.
Jim and Pam walk down the street discussing dinner plans, and suddenly Jim is down on one knee. She freezes, and for a long second her expression is almost uncomfortably like "Casino Night" all over again. And Jim slowly says, "Pam...will you wait for me one second while I tie my shoe?" Yeah, there's an ass-kicking coming after that, but it's not going to be Pam's ass.