Jane: Good morning, Gina.
Jane: You haven't seen my Filofax anywhere, have you?
Jane: No. Okay. I'll go look for it. Did you get those catalog pages in for George?
Jane: Okay. No worries. I'll get them from production.
Casey: Attagirl. Show her who's boss.
Jane: I'm not her boss.
Casey: You're the boss's assistant. Same diff. What's the good of your job if you can't abuse the power?
Jane: Casey, go to Accounting.
Casey: Now you're bossy.
Jane: Where the hell did I put that thing?
Kevin: That is a great idea for the front page of the section.
Maureen: Oh, come on, Doyle. How many times have I heard this from you?
Kevin: I'm telling you, Maureen: It's a great idea.
Maureen: Really? As great as your last great idea, an expose on price-fixing at wedding bakeries?
Kevin: Yes! Yes! They're ripping people off. Flour costs pennies per ounce. That's an 800% markup. It's outrageous.
Maureen: Yes, it is. Also, no one cares.
Kevin: What about the piece I wanted to do on the exploitation of workers in lace factories? That is a killer piece.
Maureen: Oh, right. That's what people really wanna read about in the Style section. Kevin, this section practically pays for the entire paper: Our advertisers want fun, upbeat, colorful human-interest stories... opposite their products.
Kevin: So that's what we're about now? Making money?
Maureen: Get out.
Kevin: All right. Listen. That was not right. I get it. But this one is. Look, this woman has been in seven weddings-
Kevin: This year. She was in two on Saturday alone. But it won't just be about her. It'll be an incisive look at how the wedding industry has transformed something: That should be an important rite of passage into nothing more than a corporate revenue stream. In a fun, upbeat, you know, cheerful way. Look, Maureen, I am dying back there in Commitments. If I have to write another sentence about baby's breath, I'm gonna shoot myself. This is a real story. This is what I wanna do.
Maureen: I need you covering weddings. That's what you're good at. And that's what I need you to do.
Kevin: If you don't start giving me feature stories, I'm gonna have to quit.
Maureen: All right. One chance. If I don't like it, you go back to Commitments for the rest of your life with a big smile on that ridiculously handsome face of yours.