Jimmy is very proud of a box of movie memorabilia he bought. Unfortunately, they all turn out to be fake and, with the help of Joe, Jimmy is going to sue the guy who sold him the box. The yearly job evaluation conversations are coming up and this year Dave has a novelty: He won't do the job evaluation conversations with everybody, rather, all of the staff pick somebody who they tell about their performance on the job. Lisa is unhappy with the fact that Dave didn't mention it was Lisa's idea to do the evaluations like this. Written by
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Mr. James, all you have proven to this court is that you have a box full of junk. Never since The People vs. Junkyard Jones has a box of junk been so thoroughly documented. If I were this young man, I'd countersue you for defamation of character, and generally wasting everyone's time. What do you have to say in your defense?
[Joe whispers in Mr. James's ear
The court rules in favor of Mr. James and sentences the defendant to a month in a juvenile ward for psychiatric evaluation. ...
References The Sound of Music