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I know he can get the job,
but can he do the job?
Yeah, Harry, but can he do the job?
I know he can get the job...
...but can he do the job?
I'm not arguing that with you.
I'm not arguing that with you.
I'm not arguing that with you.
I'm not arguing that with you, Harry!
Yeah, but can he do the job?
I know he can get the job,
but can he do the job?
I'm not arguing that with you.
Harry, I'm not arguing that with you!
Who said that? I didn't say that.
If I said that, I would have been wrong.
I'm not arguing that with you!
Yeah, Harry, I know he can get the job,
but can he do the job?
I am not arguing that with you!
I am not arguing that with you!
I am not arguing that with you!
Who told you that? No!
I told you that! Me!
What? Maybe.
Maybe, maybe.
- Good morning, DeDe.
- Hi, Joe.
What's with the shoe?
I'm losing my sole.
How are you?
Kind of tired.
Here. Each one gets sent five catalogues.
No, I can't do it.
Why not?
I only have 12 catalogues left.
Okay.
I'll take care of this.
How are you doing Joe?
Well, I'm not feeling very good, Mr. Waturi.
What else is new? You never feel good.
Well, that's a problem.
- I have a doctor's appointment today.
- Another doctor's appointment?
Listen Joe, What's this DeDe tells me
about the catalogues?
- I only got 12.
- How'd you let that happen?
- I told you.
- When?
Three weeks ago, then two weeks ago.
Did you tell me last week?
No.
- Why not?
- I thought you knew.
Not good enough, Joe.
Not nearly good enough!
- I put you in charge of the entire advertising library.
- This room.
I gave you carte blank in here.
You put the orders in the printer, not me.
You're not competent to put orders
into the printer. It's a very technical job.
- You were going to explain it to me.
- Better than that.
I was going to make you
assistant manager.
I want to make you assistant manager.
But you're not flexible. You're inflexible.
- I don't feel inflexible.
- You're inflexible! Totally.
And what this about doctor's appointment?
You're always going to the doctor!
- I don't feel good.
- So what?
You think I feel good?
Nobody feels good.
After childhood, it's a fact of life.
I feel rotten. So what?
I don't let it bother me
or interfere with my job.
What do you want from me?
You're like a child. What's the lamp for?
Isn't there enough light in here for you?
Fluorescents affect me.
They make me feel blotchy and...
- ... puffy. I thought this light-
- Get rid of it.
This is not your bedroom, Joe.
This is an office.
If you treat this like a job instead
of a welfare hospital, you'll shape up!
I want those catalogues.
- Then, please, order them.
- Watch yourself.
Think about what I just said.
You've got to get yourself
into a flexible frame...
...or else you are no place.
And take that light off the desk.
- I will.
- Do it now.
Good.
- Why do you let him talk to you like that?
- Like what?
- What's wrong with you?
- I don't feel good.
- What's the matter with you?
- I don't know.
I don't know.
Mr. Banks?
Dr. Ellison will see you now.
How are you feeling, Mr. Banks?
The same. I feel puffy and blotchy.
I never have any energy.
I keep getting these little sore throats.
I just don't feel very good.
How long have you felt this way?
Well; Pretty much since
I left the fire department.
On and off since then. About eight years.
What did you do in the fire department?
You know, I put out fires.
Was it dangerous?
Yeah, there was some pretty rough stuff,
but I came out of it okay.
The hard part was when I started
never feeling good and had to quit.
I've gotten the results of your tests.
I have cancer.
No.
Something is wrong
with my blood or urine?
They're fine.
But there is something.
- Tell me.
- You have a brain cloud.
Brain cloud?
A black fog of tissue
running down the center of your brain.
It's very rare.
It'll spread at a regular rate.
It's very destructive.
And it's incurable?

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