Robert is bloviating in a conference room TH, comparing running a company to training a geisha. "Are they still there?" he asks abruptly, as the camera pans to show Jim, Dwight and Harry staring in at him. Robert explains that they want a decision. "Well, they can wait. I'll still be talking about geishas long past their bedtime. You know, I trained as one."
Harry leaves the office to go get some fresh air, grabbing his coat on the way out. The moment he's gone, Dwight suggests to Jim how "dastardly" it would be if the two of them snuck out and got to the client first. After a long moment, Jim runs to Nellie's window and looks out to confirm that Harry is doing just that.
While driving down the street, Jim catches up to Harry's car at a traffic light and with Dwight telling him to slash Harry's tires or something, Jim slows him down by... opening Harry's passenger-side door. Then Dwight tells Jim to "Hit the nozz," like in The Fast and the Furious. After making sure that's what Dwight really, really wants, Jim counts down and activates -- the windshield wipers.
Andy walks into the front office at Prestige, asking to see the CEO. Just like that. But even without an appointment, the receptionist says she can squeeze him in, much to his surprise. In fact, the little bald guy inside sticks his head out the giant door and invites Andy into his office himself. Clearly junk-mail magnates don't get many visitors.
In the break room, Pam is having a schmooze with Nellie and just about to get the goods from her, when Angela comes in acting all chatty and friendly. She explains in a TH, "Robert sent me to take over if Pam fails. If?" Then she gives an actual laugh. Back in the break room, Angela tells Pam and Nellie she needs girl talk. Overhearing through the window, Gabe's in. "Sometimes I wonder if I have ovaries in my scrotum because I am great at girl talk," he THs. Which he demonstrates by chattering at them about his favorite Korean soap opera. Nellie wonders if she needs to have an Asian fetish to enjoy that. "It'll be upsetting if you don't," Gabe chuckles condescendingly. No, this is already upsetting.