Cut to Erin and Andy, wearing t-shirts from Savannah, Georgia and road-tripping back to Scranton. Andy explains they'll be stopping off to visit Jessica at her parents' cabin in southern Pennsylvania so he can break up with her, and Erin says that must be nice. Andy agrees that the cabin is the perfect place to let Jessica down. "No, I meant that must be nice to have parents," Erin says. She's also insisting on no kissing until the official breakup, which I guess is admirable, for someone who would want to kiss Andy in the first place.
Phyllis, Angela, Oscar, and Pam decide to have a terrible party for Nellie, right there in the break room, with carrot cake. And back on the road, Erin and Andy are role-playing his breakup with her in the role of Jessica. They do a speed version in a minute ten, then a worst-case scenario in which Erin is whiny and obnoxious. Obviously the worst-case scenario is beyond either of their imaginations.
Jim and Dwight are trying to move Nellie's crap into her apartment, when Dwight somehow horrifies her beyond reason with a simple reference to working his magic to fit an oversized chair through the door. Apparently Nellie is repulsed by magicians, and goes on about it as some length. Jim gets a call from Pam saying they're going to make the party really bad. "Sounds like every other party," Jim says, accurately. Pam runs down some of the ideas they have, and Jim excitedly says, "Hire a magician. Trust me."
Andy's car pulls up to the cabin, which is more like a giant ranch house in the woods. Also, there are a lot of cars in the driveway. A woman named Lauren, who's wearing some kind of veil-like item on her head and must be Jessica's friend or sister, taps on Andy's window, so he rolls it down and makes up a story about how he's coming back from a business trip and his "coworker" Erin totaled her car. Lauren tells him that Jessica's out for a run but will be back soon. In the meantime, a small crowd of women and one dude are slowly emerging from the house like a horde of well-groomed zombies. Erin hits the intellectual pinnacle of her life, deploying previously unhinted-at deductive powers to urgently mutter to Andy, "That is a bachelorette party, this is Jessica's friends, and they've been drinking during the daytime. Should we go?" Andy's about to, but just then Jessica returns from her run, so he isn't going anywhere.