Darin Carver invents a new power source that is non electric. His old friend, now a powerful businessman with a company trying to invent similar technology, Steven Jensen, is denied a partnership by Carver. Jensen steals the technology, frames Carver's invention for house fires, and Carver commits suicide. Mr. Chapel sets about bringing a happy ending to Carver's widow and baby. Written by
Mr. Chapel's Assistant
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When Mr. Chapel says Jensen's bodyguard, Mr. Hobbs, is going to take a vacation (referring to dealing with Hobbs), this is an in-joke referring to the name of a movie called "Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation" (1962). See more
Thee, ah, subject of the memo is: Dress Codes. In order to promote a more work-friendly environment, female employees will be required to raise the hem of theirs skirts to an attractive level. All portly and matronly women disregard this notice.