BOSS: Want a piece of gum?
SCOTT: I already took one. Are you being sarcastic?
SCOTT: I still can't tell.
BOSS: Just help me find this Post-It note. Have so many of the things I can't find the one I need.
SCOTT (reflecting, not helping): You know, it would be a good idea if someone made a stack of Post-Its that started one color and slowly changed colors as you got through the stack. Then you could tell how old each Post-It was.
BOSS: That's a great idea. I'm sure nobody's thought of that.
SCOTT: Again, I'm having trouble identifying the sarcasm here.
BOSS: You weren't here last week, were you?
BOSS: Ah, neither was I.
SCOTT: Wait, no, I was here last week. I remember now. I came in bright and early every day.
BOSS: Good save.
SCOTT: Worked a week of twelve hour days.
DENEN: Where's everybody else? Are they having a meeting without me?
SCOTT: Yep. The Anti-Denens Club meeting. Right down the hall. Look for the "No Denens Allowed" sign.
DENEN: That explains it.
SCOTT: The club is older than your being here, too. For the first four years, the Anti-Denen Club was kind of pointless, but lately it's come into its own.
DENEN: It obviously didn't work too well. I got hired after all.
SCOTT: All right, all right, fair enough. No, I agree, this year has not been a banner year for the club. But we've all learned from our mistakes and are looking forward to a great fourth quarter.