So That's What The Civil Rights Movement Was About?
Pete [dragging Tracy to studio]: You have to rehearse!
Tracy: No! Passive resistance! I learned that from Dr. King. I'm brave!
How Can You Do Better Than K.D. Lang?
Jack: Remember that time I came back from the World Economic Forum with Mono and missed a week of work, and I wanted to pull out my hair, but I couldn't because it's too thick? People like us, we need the stress. We're only happy when we're overcoming obstacles. You take that away, we start bouncing off the walls, spend our days jabbering at doormen.
Lemon: Hey! I brighten their day! Before I go, can I at least find out what Frank's hat says?
Jack: "Constant Craving."
Lemon: He could do better.
There's a "Balls" Joke Somewhere in There
Frank: Has anyone looked at this sexual harassment stuff they gave us?
Tracy: I don't need to. The whole thing is loosely based on an evening I spent with Isiah Thomas.
They Call Her "The Cougar"
Frank: Have you read this?
Kenneth: Well, I wanted to because it's full of rules. But Miss Vieira made me throw it away and said pretty boys like me shouldn't be filling their heads with ideas.
Conversations with My Doorman
Lemon: We have a saying that "Laughter is the best medicine," so I'm kind of like a doctor here -- like you were in Poland!
[new door(wo)man arrives]
Lemon: We have a show tonight. I've never missed a show -- not even the time I had that virus they kept saying only raccoons get. I can't believe I'm not there.
[Door opens, and door(wo)man scurries off to carry her groceries]
Lemon: Hey! I've picked up some Polish from you guys. [Jovially screams Polish for "Please shut up, lady!"]
Gives New Meaning to Lunch "On the Go"
Lemon: I'm on leave right now for normal reasons.
Emily: And you're feeling a little lost?
Lemon: I am! Right now I should be standing in a toilet stall so nobody bothers me while I eat lunch. God, I miss it!
Page by Day, Craniometrist by Night
Jack: I am not your immediate supervisor. There are perhaps 40 people between us. Pete, for instance.
Kenneth: Ohhhh, I just don't trust Mr. Hornberger, sir. He has a ridge on the section of the skull associated with deviousness.