Dave and Lisa tell the staff they've split up and Mr. James hopes to find a wife by the end of the business day.

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After some jokes by the staff, Dave and Lisa tell them they've split up. The whole staff is surprised and Matthew is even upset. He feels the whole atmosphere at the office is gone and that Dave and Lisa should reconcile. Dave and Lisa don't want to and Lisa doesn't even want to talk to Dave anymore. She lets him know that she'll only communicate with him via memos. Meanwhile, Mr. James desperately tries to find himself a woman by the end of the business day by cold calling prospective wife candidates. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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This episode title references the Led Zeppelin album of the same name. See more »

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Before Dave leaves the love letter to Lisa outside the elevator, he mouths the words "Screw it." The audio is dubbed over with the words "Forget it" in their place. See more »

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Bill: [Reading Dave's memo to Lisa] Oops!
Dave Nelson: What?
Bill: This is a word that, in my experience, the ladies don't particularly go for.
Dave Nelson: Oh, that's just a typo. It's supposed to read "pushy."
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References Aladdin (1992) See more »

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