After Gus accidentally tampers with the crime scene where his boss was killed, Shawn helps him find the real murderer before Gus is arrested.
Unable to endure another mind-numbing day at Initech Corporation, cubicle slave Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) gets fired up and decides to get fired. Armed with a leisurely new attitude and a sexy new girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston), he soon masters the art of neglecting his work, which quickly propels him into the ranks of upper management! Now the stage is set for Peter to carry out a high-tech embezzling scheme that's sure to mean the end of his job and a one-way ticket to easy street. However, not everything works out quite as planned. From writer/director Mike Judge.
Office Space starring Jennifer Aniston, Gary Cole, Trey Parker, William McGinley, Ron Livingston
Peter Gibbons has a job that he hates, a girlfriend who is unfaithful, a patronizing jerk for a boss and an office full of fellow workers who have more tics and neuroses than ants in an ant farm. After a life altering therapy session, Peter is reborn and takes steps to change his life, like getting a fish. Dilbert meets Drew Carey.
The guys ask a former crack-addicted magazine salesman if he knows anyone who can help them launder money.
Peter shows up to a review meeting dressed inappropriately and without a care in the world.
Peter sleeps in on a day he's supposed to go to work.
An office interview with Michael becomes all about the fact that he has the same name as Michael Bolton.
When Peter arrives to his cubical he is greeted with all his bosses pointing out an error he made and if he got the memo about the change.
Tom Smykowski is questioned about his job.
Peter's neighbor hears him arrive home and yells out to him from his apartment.
Peter tries changing lanes in order to move faster during rush hour.
One of Peter's co-workers tells him a story about a fellow co-worker who tried to kill himself.
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