Andie’s boss: Ladies, Judy Spears and Judy Green from Warren Advertising. We're going to cook up some fabulous tie-ins for the fall. Jeannie Ashcroft, Fashion and Trends. Michelle Rubin, Fitness and Health.
Michelle: Excuse me. Hi.
Andie’s boss: And Andie Anderson, our resident "How to" girl.
Spears: Oh, I've seen your column, Andie. What are you working on now?
Andie: Oh, actually...
Andie’s boss: "How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days." She's actually going to start dating a guy, and then drive him away in a week and a half.
Green: Sounds needlessly vicious.
Andie’s boss: It's going to be fabulous. Now all she has to do is run along and find the lucky guy. Go, go, go.
Green & Spears: Nice to meet you.
Andie & Michelle & Jeannie: Bye. Good-bye.
Andie’s boss: Ladies, come.
Andie: Find the guy.
Jeannie: Find the guy.
Michelle: Oh, you are never going to pull this off.
Andie: Watch me. Tonight, I'll hook a guy. Tomorrow, pull the switch.
Before the ten days are up, I'm going to have this guy running for his life.
Jeannie: You're not going to burn his apartment down or bite him or anything, are you?
Andie: No! I'm going to limit myself to doing everything girls do wrong in relationships. Basically, everything we know guys hate. I'll be clingy, needy...
Jeannie: Be touchy-feely.
Jeannie: Ooh, call him in the middle of the night, and tell him everything you had to eat that day.
Michelle: What's wrong with that? I'm kidding.
Ben’s boss: Hello, Ben. What are you doing here?
Ben: Phil, I'm here for the meeting. Ladies.
Green: But you weren't invited.
Ben: Yeah, but I should have been. I mean, it was my tip that DeLauer's shopping for a new firm.
Ben’s boss: Yes, it was, but I have to think in terms of who's best-suited within the company team.
Ben: Yes, sir, and that's me. I want to handle this pitch.
Ben’s boss: Ben, you sell Joe Blow better than anyone else in my shop, but these girls sell luxury better than anyone else in the business. We have to put our best foot forward on this pitch. DeLauer would be our biggest account.
Ben: Yes, sir, they would. Annual advertising billings of 50- to $60 million. And I am the man that's going to bring this home for you, Phil.
Michelle: Why this place?
Jeannie: It's perfect. Hi, Ingrid.
Jeannie: Mullins' is the apres-work watering hole for the upwardly mobile.
Ben: Now, to date, the diamond industry has always targeted men, sending the message that the woman needs the man to buy her the rock. All right, they say, "A diamond is forever." We say, "A diamond is for everyone."
Ben’s boss: I like that.
Spears: We don't. "A diamond is for everyone" sends the message that diamonds are everywhere, which means they're not rare, and if they're not rare, they lose their status. Status is the reason to buy them in the first place, which Benjamin would know if he understood women, which you don't.
Ben’s boss: You can't feel bad about that, Ben. No man does.