And you hate fish. Oh. That's so sweet, alright. Ok, alright, you can see. This is me...Oh, I am scary.
Sorry, the lightning. Lightning was an unfortunate coincidence. You look lovely, lovely.
I hate this. 'Cause I tell you, I had the most amazing two weeks planned for us, and almost everything I had in mind, we had to be a lot closer than this.
Phoebe, I have spent the last eight months in a steel tube with men, thinking about this moment. I am not gonna let a bunch of itchy spots stand between us.
Ok, this is the most romantic disease I've ever had.
Hey, how's the first day going?
Pretty good. It's like you said. It's mostly just putting numbers from one column into another column.
Well there you go.
Hey and everybody is so nice. I just had a good talk with that lady with the red hair, Jeannie.
Jeannie, the head of east coast operations Jeannie?
Yeah, 'turns out our kids go to the same school.
Yeah, small world huh?
Weird world. Your kids?
I figure my character has kids.
You know there isn't a part of that sentence I don't need explained.
Well, see when you're acting you need to think about stuff like that. My character, Joseph the processing guy, has two little girls, Ashley and Brittany. Ashley copies everything Brittany does.
Hoho. Well, invisible kids can be that way sometimes.
Yeah. You know, Joseph and his wife, Karen, are thinking of having a third kid...You know what? Just did.
Really? Wow. That's some pretty powerful imaginary sperm you must have there.
You know what makes the itching even worse?
That you don't stop talking about it.
Let's just play, ok. Good, ok. Here we go, double sixes, here we go...Here we go, come to mama, just getting ready to roll the dice...
What're you doing? Are you scratching?
No. This is what I do for luck, ok.
You're scratching. Give me the dice. No.
Give me the dice.
No. Here. There. Ooh, double sixes.
We can't scratch. You know we can't, we'll scar.
Uhh, I can't stop thinking about it. It's just so hard. I just wanna grab all these houses and rub 'em all over my body.
No. Give it. No.
Yeah, come on. You know you want it, you know you want it too, come on. Let's just be bad, it'll feel so good. Oh come on, come on. Emhuh?
Oh God help me. Oh yeah.
Ok, good, now do me, do my back. Oh come on, harder.
There you go. Don't move. Don't move. Why?
Don't move. Ryan, what you? Oh good.
Oh, stop that, stop that right now.
You know, I might've expected this of you Phoebe, but Ryan, you're a military man.
You and Milton have to join us on the boat. Karen'll pack a lunch, you'll bring the kids, we'll make a day of it.
Oh, that sounds lovely. We're gonna have to set that up. Oh, I better get back. Hope the baby feels better.
Oh, thanks, thanks. Bye bye Jeannie.
What a phony.
Well, I'm sure you'll teach her a lesson when she steps off the dock onto nothing. Hey Mr. Douglas.
Uh, listen Bing, I received your memo. So, we're not gonna see the system's report until next Friday?
Well the people in my group wanna spend the holiday weekend with their families.
I have a family, I'm gonna be here.
Yeah Bing, what's that about?
It's about cutting my people a little slack, you know, for morale. Look, if you wanna see some rough numbers, I can get them to you by Wednesday.
Rough numbers? This company was not built on rough numbers. Am I right Mr. Douglas?
Have the final numbers on my desk by Tuesday.
If you say so sir.
Joseph's good, isn't he?
Well, I'm going to kill you.
Hey, hey, I just figure Joseph's the kinda guy that likes to mix it up. You know, get in there, ruffle some feathers.
Look, I'm sorry but that's what Joseph does, ok? If you try to pull something, he'll call you on it. 'What're you trying to pull,' he'll say.
Ooh, duct tape. Was I supposed to bring something too?
This is for the scratchy twins out there. I taped oven mitts to their hands.
Yeah well, it's for their own good.
You know, I like the way you have efficiently folded this tab under. See in a tape emergency you could shave valuable seconds off your time.
Exactly. Oh, I love that I can be totally neurotic around you now. Tell me the truth. Don't you like it better now that everything on your desk is perpendicular?
If it's not a right angle, it is a wrong angle.
You know what. Tomorrow I'm gonna do your clocks.
You're gonna do what to my clocks?
I'm gonna set them to my time.
Well, I'm confused. I thought we shared time.
No, no. See, in my bedroom I set my clock six minutes fast. You wanna know why?
Because it's in a slightly different time zone than the kitchen.
You know, forget it, I'm not gonna tell you now.
No come on. Come on, tell me.
No. 'Cause you don't understand. No, come on!
No. You don't have any of these cute little obsessive things.
No that's not true. That is not true.
Oh yeah. Yeah.
Alright, well tell me one of yours.
Ahh. One of my things is, I always separate my sweat socks from my dress socks.
What if they get mixed up?
Boy I would just uh, I would freak out!
You would not. I can't believe this. I hate this, you're too normal. I can't believe my boyfriend doesn't have a thing. My boyfriend doesn't have a thing!
See, if anyone overheard that, I didn't come off well there.