Enjoy my friends.
|Michael Scott:||Hey! You embarrassed my friends in front of me|
and I'm gonna need you to go back over to the table
|Manager:||Then I am sorry... That I didn't kick you out!|
|Michael Scott:||I am here with my employees. I am here on a date. |
[waving across the bar]Hello!
|Manager:||Well, uh, I'm the manager here, sir--|
|Michael Scott:||Well it just so happens that I'm a manager too. |
And the way I manage people is that I touch
their hearts. And souls, with humor, with love.
And maybe a dash of razzle dazzle! And I don't
see that from you.
|Manager:||Is that how you do it?|
|Michael Scott:||Yes it is. I am writing a book about it.|
|Manager:||Really, how much have you written.|
|Michael Scott:||I've written all of it. [pause] In my head. |
If you're really interested, it is called
Somehow I Manage, and it is going to be
a picture of me on the cover, shrugging,
with my sleeves rolled up.
|Manager:||Huh. Have you read Lee Iacocca's? It's a classic.|
|Michael Scott:||Read it? Own it! But no, I have not read it.|
|Manager:||Dude! Tonight. You're not gonna wanna put |
it down, it's gonna make you wanna go out
and buy a Chrysler tomorrow.
|Michael Scott:||I own a Chrysler.|
|Michael Scott:||No you shut up.|
|Manager:||What's your drink?|