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NewYorkCity.
 
Hewantstosee what'sthere.
 
I can tell him what's there.
 
I don't know how... when you've never been.
 
Think of it, 'ey
 
The world's in the palm of my hand
 
Run a comb through my hair
 
Headin' out for some new foreign land
 
And all this could seem like a dream out the door
 
With everyday people face down on the floor
 
I always said I could make it and be who I am
 
There's a new look in sight
 
What a change for the new modern man
 
Well, Toto, I guess we're not in Kansas anymore.
 
I can't figure out why he'd want to go to New York when we got everything here.
 
Somethin' I have to do, Dad.
 
[ Mom ] Did you pack an iron like I told you to?
 
Mom.
 
You're gonna walk around wrinkled in New York if you don't.
 
[ Dad ] Elmer Whitfield's cousin Carlton went off to New York a normal boy.
 
Came back with his head shaved and an earring stuck in his cheek.
 
With all this it seems like I'm dyin' for more
 
The streets are on fire Never seen it before
 
It's like the sound of electric guitars
 
Worlds collide and hearts will be broken
 
Over and over it's the same every day
 
How can I say what has never concerned me
 
The secret of my success
 
Is I'm livin'
 
Twenty-five hours a day
 
Mom, there's a whole world out there.
 
- I mean, big, exciting. - [ Horse Whinnies ]
 
I got a nice, small apartment lined up.
 
I got a great job.
 
I wanna make lots of money.
 
I want to have a meaningful experience with an incredibly beautiful woman.
 
I can't even take a woman like that to a small apartment.
 
- I gotta get a penthouse. - A penthouse?
 
With a Jacuzzi in it.
 
Doin' this for you as much for me, Mom.
 
All those years of college, they're gonna start payin' off.
 
[ Sighs ]
 
Ooh, ooh, yeah
 
Worlds collide and hearts will be broken
 
Over and over it's the same every day
 
How can I say what has never concerned me
 
The secret of my success is I'm livin'
 
Twenty-five hours a day
 
It's amazing to me
 
What a fool will believe to get by
 
Changing your life
 
I can live, I can fly
 
- Back! - The harder they come
 
The harder they fall
 
I never say maybe and I go for it all
 
Just like the sound of electric guitars
 
[ Rodents Squeaking ]
 
All right, listen up.
 
If there are any bugs in here or rats or anything that has more legs than I do,
 
you just stay on your side of the room, okay?
 
I'll stay on mine.
 
I should warn you. I'm packing an iron.
 
- [ Squeaks ] - You weren't listening.
 
Twenty-five hours a day
 
The secret of my success is I'm livin'
 
Twenty-five hours a day ܢ
 
Darling, please pack it as fast as you can.
 
- Mr. Forbush? - Not me! He's two doors down the hall.
 
Into the shredder as fast as possible.
 
- Mr. Forbush. - [ Man ] Yep.
 
Hi, I'm Brantley Foster from Kansas.
 
- You hired me. I start work here today. - You're fired, kid. Sorry.
 
We all saw it coming, but we looked for some kind of miracle.
 
Miracle never happened.
 
- What did happen? - Hostile takeover.
 
Ninety percent of the people in this building are out on the street.
 
You are one of those 90%. Tough break.
 
Mr. Forbush, I was counting on this job. What do I do now?
 
Punt!
 
Okay, New York,
 
if this is the way you want it, okay.
 
- I'm sorry, Mister-- - Foster.
 
I'm sorry, Mr. Foster. We need someone with experience.
 
How can I get experience until I get a job that gives me experience?
 
If we gave you a job just to give you experience,
 
you'd take that experience and get a better job.
 
Then that experience would benefit someone else.
 
But I was trained in college to handle a job like this.
 
So in a sense, I already have experience.
 
What you've got is college experience,
 
not the practical, hard-nosed business experience we're looking for.
 
If you'd joined our training program out of high school, you'd be qualified now.
 
- Then why'd I go to college? - Had fun, didn't you?
 
What impresses me most...
 
is the amount of experience you picked up while still attending college.
 
Well, ma'am, I knew all those years of college...
 
would be worthless without practical, hard-nosed business experience.
 
"Assistant personnel manager, J. Hall Communications.
 
"Junior purchasing agent, Midland Furniture.
 
Vice President in Charge of Production, Central Manufacturing."
 
Outstanding.
 
You're not gonna tell me I have too much experience, are ya?
 
Certainly not, you're perfect for the job.
 
- Great! - Except--
 
No. No exceptions.
 
I want this job. I need it. I can do it.
 
Everywhere I've been today there's always been something wrong.
 
Too young, too old, too short, too tall.
 
Whatever the exception is, I can fix it.
 
I can be older. I can be taller. I can be anything.
 
Can you be a minority woman?
 
- Mom, I'm doin' great. - Is it dirty? Are the people rude?
 
No, this town is terrific. The people are really nice.
 
- That's good. What about your job? - Job? Hey!
 
I got a fantastic office, got a gorgeous secretary. The works.
 
- We don't care if she's gorgeous. Is she any good? - What?
 
- You heard me. Can she type? - Ma, of course she can type.
 
Some can't, you know. Is it safe there? You haven't been robbed?
 
Ma, will you quit worryin'. There is no danger.
 
- But New York is-- - New York is like Kansas intensified.
 
- [ Alarm Ringing ] - i Policia!
 
- What? - What's that? Something the matter?
 
Oh, no, Mom, that's just the TV.
 
- It sounds so real. - It's Miami Vice.
 
[ Mom ] Turn the sound down. It's too loud.
 
Uh, Ma, it's broken. The knob came off in my hand.
 
Goodness. Well, what about Uncle Howard? Did you call him?
 
Uncle Howard! Uh, yeah, the phone number.
 
Well, you still have the number, don't you?
 
Oh, yeah. I got it right here.
 
[ Mom ] Are you all right? You seem distracted?
 
- They just totaled a Ferrari. - But Uncle Howard?
 
- Did you call him? - No, I haven't had a chance yet.
 
- Will you try to see him? - I'll probably bump into him at the Country Club.
 
Get the TV fixed, dear.
 
- Y eah. Listen, I gotta go. Okay? - Okay.
 
- Give Dad my love. - I will, dear. I love you, Brantley.
 
- I love you too, Mom. Bye-bye. - Bye!
 
[ Man ] They got 'em.
 
The light is in my eyes
 
How can I see through
 
What do I hold on to
 
Well, at least let me buy you an airline ticket.
 
Dad, I'm gonna do this on my own.
 
But you did make it a round-trip ticket?
 
Y eah. I'm not gonna need it.
 
No, when I come back to Kansas, I'm comin' back in my own jet.
 
It seems like the world is upside down
 
Don't know where I'm goin' to
 
But you know I'd turn it all around
 
It's just something I've got to do
 
Take this. It's Uncle Howard's phone number in New York.
 
I got an uncle in New York?
 
My cousin Ellen married his half-sister's nephew...
 
before she got bit by that dog and died.
 
But he's still kin, and kin is kin.
 
Hi.
 
I'd like to see Mr. Prescott, please.
 
Do you have an appointment?
 
I tried to get one, but I couldn't, so I thought I'd surprise him.
 
Mr. Prescott doesn't like surprises.
 
- Everybody likes surprises. - Not Mr. Prescott.
 
- You can leave your name. - Uh, Brantley Foster.
 
- Of? - S-T-E-R. Of, uh, Kansas.
 
Of what company?
 
What do you wanna see Mr. Prescott about?
 
About being his nephew.
 
Oh. Well, why don't you have a seat?
 
I'll see if I can work you into Mr. Prescott's schedule.
 
Thank you.
 
[ lndistinct Noise ]
 
Give Uncle Howard my card.
 
Are you really Mr. Prescott's nephew?
 
In a roundabout sort of way.
 
[ Man ] You sons of bitches don't have a half a brain between you!
 
I'm looking at a $300 million deficit here...
 
because you idiots didn't anticipate the needs of a changing market!
 
- Uncle Howard? - Now, get out, all of you!
 
And bring me back some new ideas that'll work!
 
Or I'll have your heads mounted on my wall!
 
- Geez, he's gonna burst a blood vessel. - Y eah, wishful thinking.
 
I'll see if I can get you in now.
 
Thank you.
 
It can't be good for his heart to shout that way.
 
- He doesn't have a heart. - [ Group Laughing ]
 
- What, Maureen, what? - Brantley Foster is here to see you.
 
I don't know any Brantley Foster.
 
- Your nephew from Kansas. - Who?
 
- He says he's your nephew from Kansas. - Kansas?
 
- [ Maureen, lndistinct ] - l-- But, Maureen--
 
Mr. Prescott will see you now.
 
Clever. So you're one of the Kansas Fosters, huh?
 
Shirttail relative, to say the least.
 
I know you probably told your secretary to get me outta here in five minutes.
 
- Two. - Right.
 
So I'll get right to the point.
 
I need a job, Uncle Howard.
 
Around here, I'm Mr. Prescott.
 
Do you have any idea what we do here?
 
Yes, sir.
 
Pemrose is a multinational conglomerate with 27 different divisions.
 
Products ranging from dog food to guided missile systems.
 
There are 30,000 people working in this building alone.
 
Their accumulated salary is higher than the gross national product...
 
of half the nations on the Common Market.
 
Last year we borrowed more money from banks than Mexico did.
 
It's a great company, Uncle-- Mr. Prescott. That's why I'm here.
 
What can you do for us, Brantley? What experience have you had?
 
Practically none.
 
But I believe in myself. Doesn't that count for something?
 
Deep inside, I know I can do anything if I just get a chance.
 
[ Sighs ]
 
Think back to when you were my age.
 
Remember how you felt when you went after that first job.
 
Remember how you wanted it so badly you couldn't sleep the night before the interview.
 
Remember how crushed you were when the guy said, "What kind of experience have you got?"
 
You wanted to shake your fists and say,
 
I can do anything if I can just get a chance.
 
They're ready for you in the boardroom, Mr. Prescott.
 
Call Bates in Personnel. Tell him I'm sending somebody up.
 
Well, you're in the front door, kid.
 
What you do on this side of it is up to you.
 
Congratulations. He really must have taken a shine to you.
 
Thanks. He's a warm guy.
 
May l?
 
You can't come in here, Bozo. Take your crap to the mail slot.
 
I work here. Just started.
 
What do you want, an engraved invitation? Come on, come on.
 
- Brantley, huh? - Yeah.
 
Somebody gave you that name?
 
Aw, Jesus, a college puke. This really makes my day.
 
- Well, you're welcome. - Melrose, get over here!
 
ܢ [ Rock, lndistinct ]
 
- Listen to what he says, then do what he does. - Right.
 
Stay out of my way. Don't use the stamp machine for personal letters.
 
Take off that stupid-looking tie.
 
- You got any questions? - Y eah. What do I call you?
 
Call me God.
 
Got a problem, Boss? I'm your man.
 
Show the college puke the ropes and keep him outta my face.
 
His name is... Brantley.
 
All right, kid. Follow me.
 
Brantley, stick with me and everything's gonna be copacetic.
 
Twice a day you deliver. Like a mailman, you pick up whatever's goin' out.
 
I can do it in 30 minutes. Rattigan thinks it takes me two hours.
 
What's this department? What do they do here?
 
Who knows? This place is a zoo. Nobody knows what anybody else is doin'.
 
Can you get promoted out of the mail room?
 
You can't even get paroled out of the mail room. Excuse me, dear.
 
- [ Chattering ] - Good morning.
 
- Nix. - What?
 
- Good morning. - Look, not the suits.
 
- What do you mean? - [ Melrose ] Excuse me, sir.
 
- Good morning. - Look, not the suits, man.
 
You never consort with the suits, unless they consort with you first.
 
That's ridiculous. He's a person. I'm a person. I can't say hello?
 
He's not a person, he's a suit.
 
You're mail room. No consorting. Come on.
 
We're entering a sensitive zone.
 
This guy in that office just got canned.
 
Mail room knew about it on Friday. He just found out today.
 
No kidding. Is his job still open?
 
No, man, an economic cutback. His job was dissolved.
 
About two dozen suits got the ax.
 
- [ Sniffling ] - Quit trying to consort. Come on.
 
[ Sniffling ]
 
[ Melrose ] All right, the yellow ones go to Purchasing.
 
All the white ones are a bunch of suits talkin' to themselves.
 
You're supposed to deliver 'em, not read 'em.
 
Some of this stuff doesn't make any sense.
 
They send requisitions through two departments...
 
to get procurements for a third.
 
- What kind of thinking is that? - That's suit thinking.
 
Something happens to a man when he puts on a necktie.
 
Cuts off all the oxygen to his brain.
 
You crazy? You're not supposed to take the memos out of the mail room.
 
I can't follow a chain of command in this company.
 
They got the right title, but their job assignments and objectives are screwed--
 
- Look at this. Jesus. Purchasing. - What?
 
It's a joke. They've got two people doin' basically the same job.
 
Neither one of them is doin' it right.
 
I'll bring it up at the next stockholders meeting.
 
- Would you put these things away? - Whoa, Melrose.
 
How ya doin'? We've been gettin' a lot of requests in the mail room...
 
for stockholder information, company assets, expenditures.
 
- Anything you can give us. - You're kidding?
 
Any of this research you want, you can have.
 
- Take it all. - Thanks very much.
 
Feelin' all right It's the same with me too
 
There's something that's taken a hold of us all
 
What we say and we do
 
Just look at our lives
 
We run through the day We stare at the night
 
As you head for the noises
 
For me, well, it's just like the Fourth of July
 
Maybe it's change or the time of the year
 
Or is it the way that you hold me so near
 
Oh, I swear it's the price of love
 
I swear it's the price of love
 
Now I gaze at the lights Our hearts show the way
 
For a moment I swear it was heaven right there
 
I'm at war on this day
 
She's the most incredible-looking woman I've ever seen in my life.
 
[ Melrose ] She's a Rolls-Royce, but she's also a suit.
 
What's she like? What do you know about her?
 
I know enough never to consort with the suits, pal.
 
- Even when they do have legs like hers. - You know more than that.
 
Her name is Christy Wills.
 
She's supposed to be some sort of financial wizard.
 
Harvard, all that crap.
 
And forget it.
 
I swear it's the price of love
 
Price of love
 
I swear it's the price of love ܢ
 
No, no, no, no. That's Transportation's problem.
 
No, we do not supply drivers for executives' wives.
 
We are a messenger service.
 
I don't care if the other drivers are all busy.
 
Yeah, well, the same to you, sweetheart.
 
Hey, Dartmouth, get over here.
 
Executive's wife wants a ride at the Litchfield.
 
Check out a car and drive her.
 
- Oh, where's Litchfield? - You'll find it. Follow the smell of money.
 
Excuse me, ma'am. I'm not quite sure which way--
 
[ Woman ] Turn the key, start the car, put it in drive and step on the gas.
 
Any idiot can do that, even my husband.
 
Excuse me, ma'am.
 
- I know I'm not supposed to consort-- - Then don't.
 
[ Sighs ]
 
You seem kind of upset. I was wonderin' if there was anything I could do.
 
I don't know. My cook quit this morning.
 
My analyst is away on vacation. My Mercedes broke down.
 
I split my nail, and my husband is screwing somebody at the office.
 
What did you have in mind?
 
Stick of gum?
 
Ha, ha, ha!
 
This is the third weekend he's found an excuse not to come to the country.
 
No, I don't know. But knowing him it's probably some teenage airhead...
 
from the steno pool.
 
The last one I caught him with was so dumb...
 
she thought dictation was some kind of S and M trip.
 
Do you know my husband?
 
I'm sorry. I can't hear you.
 
Never mind.
 
- Didn't hear a thing. - I'm gonna have to call you back.
 
[ Woman Sighs ] I'm so mad, I could spit.
 
He looks twice as good as the day we were married. I just look twice as old.
 
Are you kiddin'?
 
You look-- I just hope that when I'm his age, I can wake up every morning...
 
and find a woman as beautiful as you are... Iying next to me.
 
Thank you.
 
Oh, yeah
 
Oh, yeah
 
Oh, yeah
 
Oh, yeah
 
Oh, yeah
 
Oh, yeah
 
Beautiful
 
Oh, yeah
 
Oh, yeah
 
[ Voice Echoing ] Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
 
Turn in here.
 
Please.
 
[ Coughing ]
 
[ Coughing Continues ]
 
[ Woman ] Bring those inside. Charles.
 
- May I help you with those, sir? - Yeah. Thanks.
 
- What are you drinking? - I can't really. I have to get back.
 
God, I hate the country.
 
Y eah, I can see how you'd be real miserable here.
 
Who can live with so many trees?
 
They suck up all the oxygen.
 
No, actually, trees produce oxygen.
 
Who are you? Mr. Wizard? What did you say your name was?
 
Brantley.
 
No, no, no. I mean your first name.
 
That's it: Brantley.
 
Well, Brantley, I don't know what you want out of Pemrose Corporation,
 
but I'll tell you what you do not want.
 
You don't ever, ever wanna become a corporate wife.
 
I'll watch my step.
 
- Have another. - Mm.
 
Thanks.
 
I've run 8,000 miles on that tennis court...
 
chasing a fuzzy, little yellow ball with an oversized racket.
 
Do my legs look heavy to you?
 
No.
 
I've swum laps from here to the moon in that pool.
 
Do you see anything in this body that isn't firm?
 
Tennis, swimming, aerobics, jogging, massage.
 
Anything and everything to stay in shape,
 
not that he'd ever notice.
 
So, Brantley, do you know why I stay in shape?
 
- How 'bout a dip in the pool? - No, wait!
 
- Are you serious? Listen, uh-- - [ Laughing ]
 
I have to get back. This is a tempting diversion, but I got a job.
 
- I don't know if this is a good idea. - Transportation, please.
 
Y es. The young man from the mail room who drove me home?
 
He's going to stay here and do a little work in my garden.
 
See that he gets full credit on his time card.
 
Thank you.
 
- Help me out of this, will you, dear? - Whew!
 
[ Yells ]
 
- [ Giggling ] - That was great.
 
Thanks. I swim five miles a day.
 
- Supposed to tone my ass. - Yeah, it works. Oh!
 
Just when I thought it was safe to go back in the water.
 
[ Screaming ] Ohh!
 
Whoa! You sure this is a good idea?
 
It's okay. I know the owner. [ Laughing ]
 
Last one out of the--
 
- Sure your husband's not coming home? - Who knows?
 
He could be home any minute or several hours from now.
 
Oh, my God. Oh!
 
I'm going to see that my husband gives you a leg up.
 
I think we've done pretty well so far by ourselves.
 
[ Both Chuckling ]
 
I mean Pemrose.
 
Uh... no.
 
No, thanks.
 
No, I'm gonna make it to the top by myself.
 
Oh! God, you're adorable.
 
Mmm!
 
I could spend a week inside those sweet, unwrinkled eyes.
 
- Can I make a personal observation? - Anything but the thighs.
 
Somebody sold you a bill of goods and convinced you you had to be 21 forever.
 
That's bullshit! I think you're terrific.
 
The only thing wrong with you is your husband is a jerk.
 
You're beautiful. You're intelligent.
 
You're sensuous.
 
Say that again!
 
Which part?
 
All of it!
 
- [ Car Horn Honking ] - Oh, no!
 
- What? What is it? - It's the jerk.
 
[ Car Door Closes ]
 
My husband.
 
- My uncle. - Your what?
 
- Oh, God! That makes you-- - Auntie Vera?
 
Oh, G-- Oh!
 
Oh, God! Ow! God! Oh, God.
 
What's my mother going to say? I've disgraced my whole family.
 
Oh, the hell you did!
 
Not funny! Okay? This is not a funny moment in my life.
 
Oh, relax. Who's going to find out?
 
I'm home!
 
He's gonna find out. That's who's gonna find out.
 
Don't worry! He won't fire you.
 
There's no way I'm gonna get a raise out of this.
 
Vera, what's the company car doing in the driveway?
 
It broke down, darling. The driver had to take the train back to town.
 
No, he didn't, darling. He's in here having trouble with his fly.
 
- Get back! Do you ever stop? - No!
 
How am I gonna get home?
 
Maybe we'll just have to keep you here and adopt you.
 
You're a riot, Vera.
 
[ Yells ]
 
[ Grunts ] Please, Lord, get me out of this.
 
I'll go all over the world telling people not to screw the boss's wife.
 
What are you doing in here?
 
- Feeling romantic. - Oh.
 
What's for dinner?
 
Oh, Howard! You really know how to sweep a girl back onto her feet.
 
[ Rustling ]
 
[ Barking ]
 
Go back!
 
- [ Barking ] - [ Yells, Grunts ]
 
[ Snarling, Barking ]
 
Sit! Sit down!
 
You look like death on a cracker, man. What happened to you?
 
I was chased by a 200-pound dog with a mouth as big as my head.
 
- And that was the best thing that happened last night. - What was the worst thing?
 
- I got laid. - I'm not sure you got your priorities straight.
 
[ Elevator Bell Dings ]
 
Oh! Hold the elevator. Good morning.
 
- Hi. - The light
 
Is in my eyes
 
How can I see through
 
What do I hold on to
 
This time
 
I've got to find
 
Everything and more
 
'Cause that's what I'm fighting for
 
[ Melrose's Voice ] We're entering a sensitive zone.
 
The guy in that office just got canned.
 
The mail room knew about it on Friday. He just found out today.
 
Seems like the world is upside down
 
Don't know where I'm going to
 
But you know I'm turning it all around
 
It's just something I've got to do
 
No one knows what I feel inside
 
Don't you know that I just can't hide
 
[ Vera's Voice ] I'm gonna see that my husband gives you a leg up.
 
No, thanks.
 
No.
 
No, I'm gonna make it to the top on my own.
 
And if rules have to break
 
Whatever it takes I know that it's my time
 
- It seems like the world is upside down - [ Phone Ringing ]
 
I might have to break some rules
 
- You know you've got to try - [ Ringing ]
 
You know I'll turn it all around
 
- It's just something I've got to do - [ Ringing ]
 
- It's something I've got to do - [ Ringing ]
 
- Um... hello. - Tucker, where the hell have you been?
 
We got a problem in Midwest Distribution.
 
What are you gonna do about it?
 
What's, uh-- What's the problem?
 
Our stock is down another quarter-point this morning.
 
Whose fault is that, Thomas?
 
Nobody's fault, sir. It's a momentary lapse in the market.
 
- Whose fault is it, Thomas? - Uh, it's Davis's fault, sir.
 
His department hasn't been pulling its weight.
 
- What do you have to say for yourself? - I've been having troubles at home.
 
My wife ran over the children's dog with her car,
 
then we had to buy a new dog.
 
Then the new dog chewed up this entire report that I'd been working on.
 
Are you suggesting that your dog ate your homework?
 
- In a way, yes, sir. - This is not grade school, Davis!
 
- Run at the back of the line. Consider yourself on warning. - Uh, yes, sir.
 
Everybody, check your pulse. Make sure you're exercising at the optimum level.
 
I'm a bit above my level. I better stop running... maybe.
 
- I'm above too. - I really don't care. Everybody, run!
 
[ Man ] I can't get anybody's approval for the extra two trucks!
 
- Tucker, what're you gonna do about it? - [ Sighs ]
 
All right, look. What does a boxcar cost?
 
The transfer sheet shows that somebody...
 
is accumulating an enormous block of our stock.
 
- What do you think about that, Thomas? - I think it's very encouraging.
 
- Oh, you do, do you? - Y es, sir.
 
When a stock takes a dive and somebody buys a ton of it--
 
It means that stock is on its way to a quick rebound.
 
It means that the company is ripe for a hostile takeover!
 
- That's what I meant! - A hostile takeover, sir?
 
Y es. I'm afraid that's what we're looking at.
 
I want each of you to examine your department and see where you can cut costs.
 
Cut! Cut them to the core!
 
We need to raise capital quickly so we can boost stock support.
 
Boost it! Boost it to the moon!
 
You gonna put that in writin'?
 
Y eah! You tell the trucking company that we have to service our customers.
 
If they're not going to help us, we're going to find somebody who will.
 
Well, all right! [ Chuckling ]
 
That's what we need, some gutsy decisions! I'll get back to you.
 
Okay. Bye.
 
[ Whispers ] Y es!
 
I have got to get that report by the end of the day, Art, or you're in the doghouse!
 
[ Art ] I don't know. Mr. Prescott?
 
- I'm sorry this came in so late, but it just arrived. - It's about time!
 
Uh-- [ Panting ]
 
- This isn't the men's room. - No.
 
They took the urinals out last week. I didn't like them.
 
How about a paper cup?
 
- What? - I'm sorry.
 
I'm just about the only woman executive at Pemrose.
 
Some days, I have a chip about the men's room.
 
Sorry. [ Panting ]
 
Hey, nice office. Nice furniture. It goes with your hair.
 
Thank you. I like your suit. It goes nicely with your nose.
 
Well. [ Panting ]
 
This conversation isn't going very well.
 
Thank you. There's enough talk in the world already. Good morning.
 
That meant good-bye.
 
I have work.
 
Oh, yeah.
 
Sorry. I have, uh, a lot of work myself.
 
[ Tapping At Computer Keyboard ]
 
Good morning.
 
[ Tapping Continues ]
 
I really swept her off her feet.
 
[ Sighs ]
 
All right, Foster. Let's do it!
 
Hello. This is Carlton Whitfield, 4319.
 
That's right. I'm still waiting for that secretary I requested last week.
 
I realize you're busy down there,
 
but I'm typing my own letters and answering my own calls,
 
and it's getting to be a pain.
 
Empty? [ Chuckles ]
 
Well, I've been here a week, got my name on the door,
 
got a desk full of supplies and got a geranium on my window ledge.
 
What I don't have is a secretary.
 
Okay, I'll tell you what.
 
I'll have Personnel send a boy up from the mail room with the requisitions you need.
 
Just send me my secretary, okay? Thank you very much.
 
Whew!
 
[ Secretaries Chattering ]
 
Got a memo here. Big cheese in 4319 wants his new secretary pronto.
 
I got a memo here that's burning up my fingers.
 
New suit in 4319 wants his personalized memos and stationery immediately.
 
- This guy is hot. - Who?
 
I don't know. Name's on the memo.
 
He wants nameplates for his door, and he wants it by noon. Okay?
 
- Mm-hmm. - Smile.
 
[ Phone Ringing ]
 
- You're late. - I already done my rounds.
 
You didn't punch in.
 
Well, I couldn't wait to get to it. Boy, I love my work.
 
Punch in, then run this up to Personnel and wait for an answer.
 
Right.
 
[ Phone Ringing ]
 
[ Gasping ]
 
I-- I'm Jean, your secretary.
 
I'm not wearing anything.
 
I see that.
 
It was warm.
 
Seems cooler now. I'll get dressed.
 
Yes, sir. I'll move my stuff in.
 
Great, Jean. Good idea.
 
Ow
 
Jean? I have some notes here.
 
I also have some charts, some graphs, some tapes.
 
They're all sorted into different departments. Can you read my handwriting?
 
- Sort of. - Do your best.
 
I need some poster boards, colored pencils, colored push pins,
 
T-square, drawing table, lots of pencils, and my lunch. Chinese?
 
I just can't wait 'til the day when you knock on my door
 
- Hey, 4319? - Uh, yeah.
 
Now every time I go for the mailbox
 
- Gotta hold myself down - [ Brantley ] Great.
 
- Good morning. - Good morning.
 
- Good morning. - Good morning.
 
- Good morning. - Good morning.
 
You're coming around
 
- Good morning. - Hi.
 
Now I'm walking on sunshine, whoa-oh
 
I'm walking on sunshine
 
Whoa-oh
 
I'm walking on sunshine Whoa-oh
 
And don't it feel good
 
Hey, all right now
 
And don't it feel good
 
Hey, yeah
 
I used to think maybe you loved me
 
Now I know that it's true
 
And I don't want to spend my whole life
 
Just a-waiting for you
 
Now, I don't want you back for the weekend
 
Not back for a day
 
No, no, no
 
I said, baby I just want you back
 
And I want you to stay
 
Oh, yeah, now I'm walking on sunshine
 
Whoa-oh
 
I'm walking on sunshine Whoa-oh
 
I'm walking on sunshine Whoa-oh
 
And don't it feel good Hey
 
All right now And don't it feel good
 
Y eah Oh, yeah
 
And don't it feel good
 
Hello again. Small world.
 
Hello.
 
Walking on sunshine
 
ܢ [ Whistling ]
 
Are you standing still for some purpose?
 
Hey, I'm just soaking up the atmosphere.
 
Whoa!
 
Executive Lounge, huh?
 
- Care to do a little lounging? - No, I'm busy.
 
Ron, did you get those figures on transfer costs and insurance?
 
Not yet. Big delay in Chicago.
 
- Damn! I really need them! - Blame Chicago.
 
- Maybe I can help. - I'm sorry?
 
Transfer costs and insurance for what?
 
By the time I explained, I could find out myself.
 
Ron. Big weenie.
 
Why don't you explain it to me over lunch?
 
- I'll have the answer by dessert. - I don't eat lunch.
 
Why don't we start this again? Carlton Whitfield. And you're?
 
Annoyed. Shit.
 
You know, I'm just trying to be friendly.
 
You picked a bad time. I was counting on those figures from Ron.
 
- Christy Wills. How do you do? - Good.
 
Terrible news. Just awful!
 
Conference room, everybody. Come on, on the double.
 
[ All Murmuring ]
 
-You don't eat lunch. Do you eat dinner? -Occasionally.
 
- Tonight? - Booked.
 
- Tomorrow night? - Booked.
 
All right, but don't beg, okay? It's embarrassing.
 
[ Executives Murmuring ]
 
Do you know what this is about?
 
Who are you?
 
Carlton Whitfield. New employee.
 
I didn't get a memo on that.
 
Oh, you will.
 
All right. As long as I get the memo.
 
The absolute worst has happened. We are the target of a corporate raid.
 
- Donald Davenport has filed a 13-D. - [ Gasping ]
 
- A 13-D? - [ Executives Murmuring ]
 
He's acquired five percent of the stock,
 
and this is definitely the beginning of a hostile takeover of our corporation.
 
I think we all know what happened the last time Davenport took over a company.
 
Everyone was canned!
 
Mr. Prescott has sent down word of what he wants us to do.
 
We are to recommend cuts in every department.
 
Our job is to slash the red ink...
 
in every nook and cranny,
 
because our company needs the cash for its defense.
 
Anybody wanna fire the first shot?
 
[ Christy ] Kill Toledo.
 
That's a good idea.
 
If we close down our distribution centers...
 
in Toledo, Joplin, Jacksonville,
 
we'll slash the red ink completely off the books.
 
[ Executives Applauding, Murmuring In Agreement ]
 
Whitfield, you don't have to raise your hand. Just speak.
 
Thank you. Well...
 
I know I'm new here and everything.
 
- On the surface, these cuts seem like a good idea-- - "Seem like a good idea"?
 
But closing down those distribution centers would be a big mistake.
 
It so happens that those closings are exactly what Mr. Prescott wants.
 
Well, then Mr. Prescott hasn't thought things through very well.
 
- [ All Gasping ] - I'm going to tell him you said that.
 
Good. Closing down those centers...
 
will put a strain on this company's cash position.
 
In the long run, those cuts are going to hurt this company's innate value.
 
Innate value? What is he talking about?
 
Davidson here will back me up on this. Davidson?
 
I'm Proctor. He's Davidson.
 
Well, damn it, Davidson, tell him!
 
You wrote a memo to Mr. Thomas explaining what I'm talking about.
 
Well, how do you know I wrote that memo?
 
How did I know you wrote that memo?
 
Who else could write that memo, Davidson?
 
That memo was famous.
 
That memo was a masterpiece.
 
Clear, concise, to the point. That was the best damn memo I ever read!
 
In fact, that memo wasn't even a memo. That memo was literature.
 
- Well, thank you. - You're welcome.
 
If you have finished your book report, could you explain what your point is?
 
- The point is, we gotta be bold. - That's my point.
 
- We gotta build. We gotta expand. - [ Davidson ] Absolutely!
 
Expanding is the only way to help the situation.
 
We gotta make this company so strong,
 
Davenport won't be able to find anyone willing to give up Pemrose stock.
 
It'll be too damn valuable. Then we'll buy his ass out!
 
- Absolutely! - [ Executives Laughing, Agreeing ]
 
- How old are you, Mister, uh, Mister-- - Whitfield.
 
- Yes. - Twenty-four.
 
I think you should keep quiet until you're at least 25.
 
If I may, I don't think Whitfield's age should be an issue here.
 
No one is interested in your opinion, Davis.
 
We gotta block that takeover.
 
I'm too old to look for a job. Nobody would hire me.
 
[ Executives Arguing ]
 
- This meeting is going nowhere! - [ Arguing Stops ]
 
Mr. Prescott's command stands!
 
We are to find those cuts!
 
Meeting adjourned.
 
[ Executives Chattering ]
 
You'll pick up the coats. That looks like one only a lot smaller.
 
Hey! Harvard! Where the helI've you been?
 
Personnel. You said to wait for an answer. They are real slow up there.
 
- ܢ [ Headphones: Rock ] - There's something going on around here, Foster.
 
I'm gonna be on you like a rash. You got that? Like a rash.
 
Ooh, won't the other guys get jealous? Whoa, heads!
 
[ Woman, Man Groaning, Grunting ]
 
- [ Man Chuckles ] - [ Woman ] Down, boy.
 
ܢ [ Salsa ]
 
[ Groaning, Grunting Continue ]
 
[ High-Pitched Squealing ]
 
[ Banging Wall ]
 
[ Woman Moaning ]
 
[ Moaning Stops ]
 
[ Loud Moans ]
 
- [ Moaning In Unison ] - Come on.
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Stargate SG1 4x05 Divide And Conquer
Stargate SG1 4x06 Window Of Opportunity
Stargate SG1 4x07 Watergate
Stargate SG1 4x08 The First Ones
Stargate SG1 4x09 Scorched Earth
Stargate SG1 4x10 Beneath The Surface
Stargate SG1 4x11 Point Of No Return
Stargate SG1 4x12 Tangent
Stargate SG1 4x13 The Curse
Stargate SG1 4x14 The Serpents Venom
Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
Stargate SG1 4x16 2010
Stargate SG1 4x17 Absolute Power
Stargate SG1 4x18 The Light
Stargate SG1 4x19 Prodigy
Stargate SG1 4x20 Entity
Stargate SG1 4x21 Double Jeopardy
Stargate SG1 4x22 Exodus
Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
Stargate SG1 5x02 Threshold
Stargate SG1 5x03 Ascension
Stargate SG1 5x04 Fifth Man
Stargate SG1 5x05 Red Sky
Stargate SG1 5x06 Rite Of Passage
Stargate SG1 5x07 Beast Of Burden
Stargate SG1 5x08 The Tomb
Stargate SG1 5x09 Between Two Fires
Stargate SG1 5x10 2001
Stargate SG1 5x11 Desperate Measures
Stargate SG1 5x12 Wormhole X-Treme
Stargate SG1 5x13 Proving Ground
Stargate SG1 5x14 48 Hours
Stargate SG1 5x15 Summit
Stargate SG1 5x16 Last Stand
Stargate SG1 5x17 Failsafe
Stargate SG1 5x18 The Warrior
Stargate SG1 5x19 Menace
Stargate SG1 5x20 The Sentinel
Stargate SG1 5x21 Meridian
Stargate SG1 5x22 Revelations
Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
Stargate SG1 6x02 Redemption Part 2
Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
Stargate SG1 6x04 Frozen
Stargate SG1 6x05 Nightwalkers
Stargate SG1 6x06 Abyss
Stargate SG1 6x07 Shadow Play
Stargate SG1 6x08 The Other Guys
Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
Stargate SG1 6x10 Cure
Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
Stargate SG1 6x13 Sight Unseen
Stargate SG1 6x14 Smoke n Mirrors
Stargate SG1 6x15 Paradise Lost
Stargate SG1 6x16 Metamorphosis
Stargate SG1 6x17 Disclosure
Stargate SG1 6x18 Forsaken
Stargate SG1 6x19 The Changeling
Stargate SG1 6x20 Memento
Stargate SG1 6x21 Prophecy
Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
Stargate SG1 7x02 Homecoming
Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
Stargate SG1 7x05 Revisions
Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
Stargate SG1 7x08 Space Race
Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
Stargate SG1 7x10 Heroes II
Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strada La
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Style Wars
Suicide Regimen
Sukces 2003
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swept Away
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)