Ted walks Blake, all duded up in his new suit, to the offices of Kurtzman, Vasquez Kishura [sic] and Marcus. All nice minority names. He takes a good look at Blake's face and tells him to not be nervous. Blake nervously says that he's not nervous. Ted replies that he is, himself. Before they enter, Ted straightens Blake's tie.
Inside, they meet MM, wearing a cool white wrap-around shirt and a flowing, knee-length psychedelic skirt. Man, they need to show her outside the Happy Fun House more often. She smiles when she sees Ted and Blake, and says they're right on time. Ted snarks, "It's my Germanic predisposition to be punctual." Melanie compliments Blake on his suit, and he tells her that Ted picked it out. Along with the shirt. And, uh, the tie. Ted adds, "Well, it's also my Germanic predispostion to be overbearing and controlling." Melanie laughs, and leads them down the hallway. Ted is a bit of a control freak, but he has a willing subject, and I'm not going to get into the difference between Ted & Blake vs. Demon & Michael because it just makes my head hurt. I'm sticking with "Hate Demon. Pity Ted." Now leave me alone. Ted reminds Blake that it's important that he make a good impression. Blake sighs that he will, already. Melanie says that if he's asked why he left his last job, he should say that it wasn't "challenging enough." Blake assures her that he already has an answer rehearsed. Ted tells him not to say that he's a people person, because he personally hates that expression. Blake's like, I got it. Okay? "Now would you people stop worrying? Just let me go in there and impress the pants off of them." For lack of a better phrase, of course. Ted shrugs, "Well, if anyone can do that, you can."