Bill's recent purchase of a cane aggravates Dave. Matthew is concerned that Joe hates him. Dave is not prepared for the annual staff retreat and is upset with Lisa for not informing him about it.

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Bill's recent purchase of a cane aggravates Dave. Matthew is concerned that Joe hates him. Dave is not prepared for the annual staff retreat and is upset with Lisa for not informing him about it.

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retreat | cane | stolen | clown | can opener | See All (8) »

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19 December 1995 (USA)  »

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Before Dave finally taps the pickle jar on it's head and opens it, Dave and Lisa try many times to open the jar holding it in the 'doing it up tighter' position. See more »

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Jimmy: There's enough bad vibes in here to run a hoodoo factory.
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Immaturity abounds
14 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are a few reasons why 'The Cane' is so good, but it ultimately comes down to Bill and Dave and a rash of buffoonery. First of all, Bill shows up with a walking stick for no reason, loses it and then immediately blames Dave (jealous!). You can see from here how the episode will probably play out with Bill on the childish offensive, but it culminates in a payoff that brims with playful mischief. It's entirely prop-driven humor but oh, does it work.

Outside of that, it's division all around, with Mr. James' workplace retreat creating a rift between Dave and Lisa over production ideas, and Matthew and Joe undergoing couple-like communication issues. Everyone involved is having fun with this episode and it shows.

9/10


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