Mr. James going on a fishing vacation, but in order to still be at the office Joe sets up a two-way satellite box, which drives the staff crazy as they have to take it around the office. A ... See full summary »

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Mr. James going on a fishing vacation, but in order to still be at the office Joe sets up a two-way satellite box, which drives the staff crazy as they have to take it around the office. A new complaint box is installed and promptly abused. Written by Justin Boggan

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29 January 1997 (USA)  »

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Dave and Joe talk trucker/C.B. radio-style with Jimmy over his satellite hookup and Dave says, "Looks like we have ourselves a convoy," and Joe says, "Ain't she a beautiful sight." These are lyrics from C.W. McCall (real name Bill Fries)'s 1975 hit single "Convoy." See more »

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While discussing complaint box abuse at the meeting table, in a few seconds Beth goes from muted red-faced laughter in one shot, to straight-faced and pale no laughter. See more »

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[Catherine is recording on a recorder Joe made himself]
Joe: Hold it. I'm hearing some background noise.
Catherine Duke: I don't hear anything.
Joe: It's like a clicking noise. Take off your bracelets, that might help.
[Catherine does]
Joe: Now take off your rings.
[Catherine does]
Joe: Now your blouse.
[Catherine hits Joe upside the head]
Joe: Now I'm hearing a clicking and ringing noise.
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References Pulp Fiction (1994) See more »

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