Andy Richter: [describing his working relationship with Byron in his thoughts] I'm like a manual writing gladiator and he's my adorable artist sidekick. I think I'll call him 'Popo'.
Jessica Green: These things are all ready to ship but unfortunately the manual is incomprehensible.
Byron Togler: I see. So our job is to de-incomprehensibalize it.
Jessica Green: Maybe I went to the wrong guys.
Andy Richter: Don't worry Jessica, he knows not words good, but he draws pictures pretty.
Keith Richards: [tasting a delicious piece of chicken] I feel like I just lost my chickenginity.
Jessica Green: [Andy has just given a presentation] Well, I think the guys have created something really good.
Ms. Machado: I don't like it.
Jessica Green: I meant, really good, as a starting off point.
Ms. Machado: I don't like any of it.
Jessica Green: I meant a starting off point that clearly shows us the wrong direction.
Andy Richter: I wrote the award winning manual for the super toilet. I think I know what I'm doing.
Jessica Green: It was Byron's drawing, so Byron's in charge.
Andy Richter: What! I have been for four years. He's been here two months, and one of those was February.
Andy Richter: [narrating] Look at him, the big artist. The Duh Dog was my idea! All Byron did was develop it, present it and shut me down when I tried to kill it. Now he's taking all the credit. I'm taking him out. Doggy style! - No, not like that!