Kate and John lead a Hampton DeVille coup.
Jake and Matt try to come up with a way to indirectly complain about the office coffee, while Kate and Grace partake in their longstanding tradition of trash-talking John behind his back.
Christian interrupts a competitor's meeting to make a plea, and later takes a break from business to discuss theories about everyone's favorite show Society Tomorrow.
Whether they're forced to be together at the office or reluctantly choose to spend time together outside it, there's no denying Jake and Matt are best friends by default.
From PowerPoint presentations that violate the Geneva Conventions to Orwellian bathroom tracking, Hampton DeVille is the industry leader in employee demoralization.
Christian is impressed by BNN's plans for fully capturing viewers' worst fears with their end-of-the-world programming and cross-promotion.
Matt and Jake are put in charge of new desk sensors that monitor their coworkers, but they're met with resistance from employees who think it's an invasion of privacy.
Kate and John are outraged when Matt repeatedly sends single-word messages, defying the unspoken rules of email etiquette.
Matt and Kate both get ready for work, with varying levels of effort.
Jake and Grace look back at the moment they each consciously stopped living life to the fullest and encourage Matt to do the same.
a disposable person used and abused by their employer for the good of no one but top executives
an insignificant, easily replaceable unit of a greater corporate machine
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