– I’m sorry for making you
uncomfortable, Michelle. – Oh, M.C. Cool Cloud,
you are all right. – Does anybody have
any questions? – No, I think
we’re all set here. – Well, you can’t take love out
of the workplace. – Oh, God, kill me now. – What about Miles and Lisa? If it was up to you, they never
would have gotten together. And then the children
they’re gonna have would never have been born. – Oh, we’re–
we’re not having kids. – What?
– No one is saying you can’t ever date somebody
you work with. Just be careful
not to make unwanted advances. – So you can’t ask someone out
unless you know they like you? But then you don’t know
if someone likes you unless you ask them out,
so that’s, like, a catch-22. – Whoa, well done. – Oh, I’ve been studying
for the SATs. It’s been a very extrapolatory
experience. – Okay,
what we need is a database. Everybody write down all the
employees you’re attracted to. Totally confidential. I will compile a spreadsheet
of any matches and post it above the microwave. – Nope, we’re not doing that. Let’s just say
that if you ask somebody out, and they say no, move on. – What if she just says no because she has plans
that night? Can you ask her out again
for a different night? – I guess. I mean, it depends.
Does she really have plans, or is she politely telling you
she’s not interested? – Which one is it, Sarah?
– It’s the second one. – [scoffs]
Whatever. I was just asking
as a joke anyway. – Without kids,
what’s the point of life? – I can’t believe you’d want
to bring someone into this crazy world. – Sometimes people do change
their minds. I mean, I met Jerusha when we
were both working at my father’s hardware store. I asked her out every day
for a year, and then she said yes. all: Aww. – Yes.
– Okay, actually, that’s called a systemic pattern
of hostility. It’s, like, the number one thing
you can’t do. – I got a question. The actress in the video,
does she get paid per video, or is it more of a flat rate
for the whole day kind of thing? – My guess is flat rate. – Can ignoring someone
you’re dating be considered harassment? – I don’t think so.
– Of course you don’t. – I’m–I’m just not explaining
it right. I wasn’t harassing her. She agreed to go out with me
because my father threatened to fire her if she didn’t. – Myrtle, I’m so sorry. It was wrong to harass you,
and if you want, I will quit right now. – No, no, no.
– Yes, quit. – Arthur is a lovely guy. He was just trying
to compliment you. – That’s all it is! I like your sweater,
and I think you’re pretty. – Ohh.
– And I love how your sweater cleaves tight against
your breasts. – Arthur, no.
– Gross, dude. She’s, like, 100. – Okay, this is actually
making things worse. – It’s not always harassment. I mean, Jerusha and I
got married. – Oh, so it’s not harassment
if you marry them? – Oh, God, what have I done? – They’re like two little
robin’s eggs all bundled up in a bird’s nest. – Stop.
– Found her on IMDB.