When the seminar reconvenes -- now including Michael and Holly -- Dwight hovers in behind Andy and whispers into his ear, "You're gonna blow it." But Andy now has the confidence to insist, "Only maybe."
Oscar, Erin, and Pam are now on the couch next to Reception, and it's down to the end. Pam prevails on Oscar to let Erin put in the last word, although he warns faux-pleasantly that he'll have apoplexy if she loses. Which she does. "I played 'ape,'" she THs. Oh, well, I still haven't seen Suspiria, but as the father of a young boy, I've seen WALL-E enough times that I could recap it for you from memory right now.
Jim's "meeting" has moved to the phone in his car, namely calling in to some local sports radio show.
Andy's just wrapping up the seminar and about to cut them loose when Michael jumps up to supposedly offer Andy his gyro recipe. Outside the conference room, he drops into his own voice to tell Andy he needs to close now. Andy says it's hard for him, being a nice guy, but Michael encourages him to not let down the people who helped him today because they believe in him. I'm impressed with Michael working so hard to help Andy succeed, but I can't agree that Creed would give a shit one way or the other.
Jim pokes his head in to ask Pam if it's over yet. It's not, but she's not letting him leave again without the story. Cut to the two of them outside, where Pam explains how the guy in the seminar is Jim's childhood friend Tom. It's a long story, but apparently in third grade Jim tactfully explained to Tom, "My mom thinks you're too dumb to hang out with."
Andy returns to the seminar and asks who wants to buy a small business package. Michael raises his hand, then Holly. They're it at first, but Andy makes a good argument that now's the time to act, while Michael gives a secret but proud little nod. There are three more takers (although not the golf supply company guy, who probably plans to sit down at other people's desks and just use their paper anyway), and Andy's happiness is infectious until he announces, "The rest of you are dead to me, you made the stupidest decisions of your life." "No, no," Michael mutters, and Andy reels it back in fast enough to still earn a round of applause.