Norm announces to the bar that he has a great new job at a prestigious CPA firm. Everyone at the bar soon learn first hand that Norm over-sold his job as his office, the size of a phone booth, used to be the supply room which he has to share with an obsequious brown-noser of a colleague named Tompkins. When alone with Diane, Norm shows his frustration at which Diane chastises him for not being more of a go-getter in his life in general. This act and his lot within the company makes Norm think he can move up the corporate ladder. With Diane's help he thinks he's got the plan that will help himself become a corporate success, which would be a first in his life. This plan ultimately shows Norm that he really has found his lot in life. Meanwhile back at the bar, Sam and Diane discuss where they should go on their honeymoon. Will it be Tibet or Disney World? Written by
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It looks like where the dogs sleep.
It is. The dogs sleep with us. You wouldn't want to freeze, would you?
Diane, I didn't sleep with dogs when I was single. I'm not about to start now.
For goodness sake, don't you want to taste the exciting and fascinating things that life has to offer?
Nope, I'd rather marry you.
References The Last Hurrah