Dwight and Erin are still trying to use Holly as the Michael-Whisperer, but the trail has gone cold. After some more bickering, Holly goes off on her own, leaving Dwight to try to think like Michael, which of course doesn't work. Dwight can't even think like a normal person, let alone Michael. "Maybe he's bowling," Dwight finally shrugs and heads off in the opposite direction Holly went. Briefly torn, Erin decides to follow Holly to the nearest high building. She must have crunched the numbers in her head again.
Up on the roof, Holly finds...Michael. He came up to try to spot the office, much as Holly came up to try to spot him. They stand there speechless for a moment until Michael tearfully confesses, "I just miss you so much." With an equal amount of emotion, Holly admits that she missed him too, and finally lets him kiss her. Which he does, big time. That's how Erin finds them when she emerges on the roof. She smiles. Forget the numbers; this doesn't seem at all rushed to her?
In the tag, Phyllis asks Gabe to keep reading captions, most of which are about Gabe. Like Andy's, in which one of the dogs is saying, "I'm Gabe and I'm a weirdo," and the last one: "Gabe's mom? Wait, tall woman? Looks like Gabe? Yeah, I banged her." Thank you for that, Phyllis.
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