The strain of living and working together start to show for Gordon, Donna and Cameron, especially as Gordon believes Donna has only asked him to attend regular executive meetings to make ... See full summary »

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The strain of living and working together start to show for Gordon, Donna and Cameron, especially as Gordon believes Donna has only asked him to attend regular executive meetings to make him feel included, demonstrating that the power in his and Donna's overall relationship rests with her. Donna carries the stress of that strain into a business lunch with Diane, while Gordon turns to an old friend to cope. Ryan's departure from the company leaves an obvious hole that needs to be filled. As Cameron's attempt to lure Ryan back doesn't work, she is tasked with looking for a new coder from among the students in a college computer class to which she will be giving a guest lecture. Cameron finds someone unexpected there. Ryan is feeling at a loss working for evasive Joe, who wants him to figure out exactly why he hired him without being told. Joe inviting him to a senior executive meeting a week into his employment may or may not answer the questions for Ryan. And Cameron and Donna delegate... Written by Huggo

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Goofs

Gordon is seen calling CQ on a Yaseu FT101B Ham Radio transceiver. The call sign he uses, KC4L, was not available during the early 80s and wouldn't have been assigned then to a ham from TX or from CA. He said he made the radio but it is clearly a commercial product. His explanation to his daughter about what CQ means is totally bogus. CQ stands for "seek you" which is the general call of inquiry when one amateur operator wants to talk with another. His use of profanity on the air is/was strictly forbidden as well. See more »

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Burning Down the House
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Written by David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison & Tina Weymouth
Performed by Talking Heads
[The song is played at the end of the episode after Joe tells Ryan they will be working on a new revenue stream]
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