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Office space is a comedic tale of company workers who hate their jobs and decide to rebel against their greedy boss. In this scene, outside 'consultants' are brought in to decide who will be 'let go'.

Matthew A. Haas - Director
Mike Judge - Screenplay
Nicholas J. Repino - Producer
Matthew Petrilla - Assistant Director
Christina R. Linn - Production Assistant
Brenda Pretko - Production Assistant

[Scene Conference room. Dom and Bill are talking to the two Bob's.] BOB SLYDELL: Right. So there's three more people we can easily lose. There's Tom Smykowski. BILL: He's useless. BOB SLYDELL: Gone. DOM: Sounds good to me. BOB SLYDELL: Here's a peculiar one. Milton Waddams. DOM: Who's he? BOB: You know, squirrely looking guy, mumbles a lot. DOM: Oh. BOB SLYDELL: We can't find a record of him being a current employee here. BOB PORTER: I looked into it more deeply and I found what happened was he got layed off about five years ago and no one ever told him about it. But through a glitch in Payroll, he still gets a paycheck. I went ahead and fixed the glitch. BILL: Great. DOM: So, um, Milton has been let go. BOB SLYDELL: Just a second there, Professor. We, uh, we fixed the glitch. So he won't be receiving a paycheck anymore. So it'll just work itself out naturally. BOB PORTER: We always like to avoid confrontation whenever possible. The problem is solved from here on, then. They laugh. BOB SLYDELL: Uh, we should move on to a Peter Gibbons. I had a chance to meet this young man and boy does he have Straight to Upper Management written all over him. BILL: Ooh, uh, yeah. I'm going to have to go ahead and sort of disagree with you there. Yeah. Uh, he's been real flaky lately and I'm not sure that he's the caliber person you want for upper management. He's been having some problems with his TPS reports. BOB PORTER: I'll handle this. We feel that the problem isn't with Peter. BOB SLYDELL: Um-um. BOB PORTER: It's that you haven't challenged him enough to get him really motivated. BOB SLYDELL: There it is. BILL: Yeah, I'm not sure about that now. BOB PORTER: All right, Bill. Let me ask you this. How much time each week would you say you deal with these TPS reports? BILL: Yeah...

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