In his office, Michael THs that he's a huge Woody Allen fan, "although I've only seen Antz," because of how well he took all the criticism comparing it to A Bug's Life. "I thought Bug's Life was better, much better than Antz. The point is, don't listen to your critics. Listen to your fans."
Michael returns to the bullpen and invites everyone else to watch the rest. They all cheer. Way to listen to your fans, Michael. But here's the thing, and this is going to sound pretty hypocritical coming from a Television Without Pity recapper: you have to respect Michael for actually making this happen. I mean, I've written screenplays, but that's as far as it's gone. I'm never going to put forth the effort to star in, cast, location-scout, direct, or produce any of them, let alone spend three minutes choreographing a dance number. Michael really marshaled an incredible amount of resources, if you think about it. As bad as it is (and it could have been worse, and would have been worse if I'd tried to make it), Michael deserves credit for making art and putting it out there. Even if it only stays out there as long as it receives rapturous praise.
Scarn (suited up in his hockey gear) and Samuel are back at the ice rink (with an actual hockey game going on now), and Samuel reminds him that he has to get to the puck before halftime or the stadium will explode. I'd point out that at least five days have passed in the movie since Stanley narrated that the game was three days away, but as a recapper, I've seen worse offenses against timelines on real shows just this year. Of course, they were all on ABC, so whatever. Scarn is just glad Cherokee Jack is there to cheer him on. "He died, " Samuel informs him with an awkwardly timed hand on Scarn's shoulder. Michael flashes a glycerin tear and says, "This one's for you, Cherokee Jack." In the screening room, Michael looks at the empty chair next to him and suddenly feels the need to start doing DVD commentary about how this scene was filmed during an actual Scranton High School hockey game, while they were trying to get into the state tournament after an undefeated season. Too bad he got them DQed.
Then on to a tender scene that we can only hear, in which Goldenface is telling Hostage Pam his origin story, where he worked in a gold factory for a boss who only cared about money. Michael gets up to talk to Holly, who's waiting outside to apologize. She says it's a good movie, and he says ,"No, it's not," kissing her and saying, "But they really seem to be enjoying it." Well, look who's growing up.