DONNA: (from her desk) Josh!
DONNA: (enters his office) We've got to go--there are already nineteen yea votes.
JOSH: What's this message about? (reads) I've got to talk to Mandy about a ... banana bar? Is that what this says?
DONNA: Panda bear.
JOSH: Panda bear?
JOSH: That's a "d"?
JOSH: And that's an "e"?
JOSH: Okay, you know what'd be helpful? If you could just show me where one word ends and the next one begins.
DONNA: We have to go.
JOSH: She wants to talk to me about a panda bear?
JOSH: You're sure you got the message right?
DONNA: Have I ever gotten a message wrong?
DONNA: Then maybe the benefit of the doubt wouldn't be monumentally out of line.
JOSH: A panda bear's what I think it is, right?
JOSH: Little Australian thing, eats bark off a koala tree?
DONNA: That's a koala bear I believe you're describing.
JOSH: The panda's the other one--
DONNA: How can you not know the difference between a panda bear and a koala bear?
JOSH: For someone who hasn't quite mastered the alphabet--
(Mallory walks up to them in the corridor as they continue walking)
DONNA: My penmanship is distinctive.
JOSH: Your penmanship is illegible. Hey, Mal.
JOSH: Go grab Leo.
DONNA: It's distinctive penmanship style, Josh.
DONNA: Not unlike Salvador Dali.
JOSH: Please go get Leo.
JOSH: I don't understand--Salvador Dali had distinctive penmanship?
JOSH: How was it distinctive?
DONNA: Well for one thing, he wrote in Spanish.
JOSH: He was Spanish.
DONNA: Which would account for his distinctive penmanship.
LEO: Excuse me. Am I interrupting something important?
JOSH: I can't even begin to tell you how you're not.
LEO: (to Donna) You mind if I ...?
DONNA: I'll go see if people are having fun in the other room.
DONNA: (hands Josh a file) This is most of it.
JOSH: Is he here?
JOSH: Send him in.
DONNA: Mr Breckenridge?
(Josh tidies up as Mr Breckenridge enters his office)