Boss… Brendan Gleeson
Janine… Sarah Sherman
Carl… Kenan Thompson[Starts with five colleagues in a meeting]
Boss: Alright guys, focus. Denver is counting on us to come up with new slogan for the city.
Ego: Okay, how about “Denver, sky’s the limit”?
Boss: That’s good. That’s really good.
Bowen: All right. I was thinking “Denver, gateway to the Rockies.”
Boss: All right, now we’re talking.
Janine: Ah, who even cares? [Janine is hiding her face]
Boss: Janine, you’ve had a bad attitude all morning. What’s the problem?
Janine: Oh, nothing, nothing. It’s just that nobody noticed.
Bowen: Noticed what?
Janine: Nobody noticed I got my eyes replaced. [Janine shows her eyes. It’s like a toy.]
Ego: No, no. Yeah, Janine. We definitely noticed.
Bowen: We had an emergency meeting about it the second you walked in the door.
Boss: Ultimately, we decided that legally it would be just be safest that we pretended we didn’t see it.
Michael: But since you brought it up, why did you do this, Janine?
Janine: This is ridiculous. Nobody’s asking Luann about why she got a huge fake rack.
Ego: I literally didn’t.
Janine: Oh my god. Good for you.
Boss: Janine, I can’t help but feel you. Like, you’ve made a grave mistake.
Janine: Oh, don’t worry about it. It’s totally reversible. All I have to do is keep my old eyeballs refrigerated. Oh my god! Oh my god, no. Oh my god. I forgot to put my eyeballs in the refrigerator. Oh my god. Oh my god, no. [Janine pulls out her eyes our of her two pockers] They’ve been loose in my pockets for the last 72 hours. Oh my god, no. They’re still god, right? Can you smell them? And tell me if they’re still good. Right? And you guys are smelling them? And they’re good? I can’t see you guys’s reaction right now. I can’t read facial expressions.
Michael: Wait, your eyes are worse now?
Janine: Yes, 100%.
Ego: Then why did you do it?
Janine: To improve my appearance?
Bowen: But it looks worse.
Janine: It does? Oh my god. No![Carl walks in]
Carl: Hey, everybody, sorry. I’m late.
Janine: Hey, Carl, what do you think my new eyeballs?
Carl: And I’m going straight to church.
Janine: Guys, come on. Seriously? Let’s focus up, okay? We got a lot of business to take care of. Okay? Hey, how about this? “Denver City of Angels”?
Ego: That’s Los Angeles.
Janine: Oh my God, are you serious? Oh my god, no.
Bowen: Yeah, that’s famously Los Angeles.
Janine: Don’t be mean to me, okay? I can’t cry because the tears go back inside my head, and my brain will drown.
Boss: Your brain will drown? What are you talking about?
Janine: You know what? You people should be ashamed of yourselves. Today, you all put a woman’s body on trial.
Michael: You brought it up.
Janine: You know what? I came in this morning with a lot of great pitches. Pitches like “Denver, City of Angels.” “Denver, Keep Austin weird.”
Boss: You know, we can’t use that.
Janine: So I quit. And I’m leaving not in disgrace, but with dignity, elegance and class. I’m gonna be taking my portfolio with me. [grabs some cake]
Bowen: That’s coffee cake.
Janine: And of course, I will also be taking my jacket. [pulls out the curtain] And with that, ladies and gentlemen, I bid you all a Jew. [Janine walks and hits water cooler] Oh, oh my god. Allen. I didn’t know you were in here. You look amazing. See how easy that was? To pay a compliment to a friend?
Boss: Janine, that’s not a human being. That’s a water cooler.
Janine: I’ll leave you all with this. Life comes at you pretty fast. And if you blink, you just might miss it. And me? well, I’m not gonna miss a thing.
Boss: So, “Denver, if you blink, you will miss it.”
Ego: Yeah, I love that one.
Boss: You like that one?