Robert lets Dwight and Gabe into his apartment, where he's taking a wrestling lesson in his living room. He explains that a nine-minute bout is equivalent to running uphill for three hours. "I could go to the gym three times a week or I can wrestle Stu once a month." Back to the mat. Dwight and Gabe just stand there trying heroically to make this seem funny by looking confused.
Meredith gets the right answer about the most common learning disability in adolescents, probably because her kid has all of them, and Andy gets up and dances. "Dial it back, this isn't Tailfeathers," the host tells him. Andy looks as abashed as he would if he understood the reference.
Robert offers Dwight a plate of Oreos (Gabe has departed, probably to catch his evening flight back to Scranton) before settling down and listening to about ten seconds of Dwight's pitch. He soon interrupts to tell Dwight that his "drive" and "ambition" (read: "insanity") would be wasted in a manager's job, and Dwight doesn't want to live in Florida anyway. "Florida is America's basement. It's wet, it's filled with mold, strange insects, alligators. Alligators are dinosaurs, Dwight. You know that right?" Dwight: "It's complicated." During this speech, Robert has been rummaging in a drawer, and finally comes up with a medal which he offers Dwight instead, saying it was his grandfather's. Robert's a man who knows his audience, at least. Dwight seems starry-eyed for a moment, then snaps, "It's a job interview, not a flea market." Robert drops the medal and all pretenses, saying the job isn't right for Dwight, and when something comes along he'll try Dwight out. Dwight is still puffing with pride at hearing Robert say this when Robert adds, "Now get the hell out of my place." Can we get a joke first?
It's down to the last two teams for the final trivia round: the Einsteins versus Oscar's team. Kevin knows the maximum capacity of a standard scale, because of how he's fat, so his team gets that point. But the final question is about a French film, so Oscar rings in with the answer. Too bad for him, he's wrong. Worse, the correct answer is one in which Kevin informs us, "Marion Cotillard exposes herself several times." And that makes the Einsteins the winners of Triviacolypse. Kevin THs that it might be a fluke, but a fluke is one of the most common fish in the sea. "So if you go fishing for a fluke, chances are you just might catch one. Obligatory shot of Meredith, Erin, and Kelly trying to lift Kevin on their shoulders and being unable to. Because of how he's fat.