Told by his mates he must dump his ex-girlfriend (a woman he's even seen naked), Brendan prefers simply to avoid her. Although none of the boys have any confidence in eternally-unemployed Mike's professional skills, they pressure short-staffed Kenny into hiring him as store hand. After Mike messes the place up but comes up with one good idea, Kenny enlists Bobby to fire him, but Mike gets Andy to formally negotiate compensation for his idea. P.J. is excited and confused when Thorn, with whom she had a budding summer romance seven years ago (which never formerly ended), returns to Chicago and invites her for dinner. After kissing, she wants more, but he has a negative agenda. Written by
KGF Vissers / revised by statmanjeff
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He's a little douchey.
You know what? He is, and we avoid those people. We don't go into their bars and they don't come into ours.
I don't know. That sounds kind of douchist.
All right, guys. It's not that bad. Let's give him a break.
All right, but if he has to hug anything out, I'm gonna tell all the kids down at Urban Outfitters how old he is.
References Raiders of the Lost Ark