Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) begins to read one of his childhood horror stories to the children, but Michael enters and insists that he stop upsetting the kids. Michael shows the children and the office a video of him as a child (Jake Kalender) during an appearance on a kid's show, where he revealed his dream was to \"get married and have 100 kids, so I can have 100 friends, and no one can say 'no' to being my friend.\" He retreats into his office when he realizes that he never came close to that dream. Toby talks to Michael, who decides to start online dating (with the user name \"Little Kid Lover\"). After being tormented by Jake all day, Dwight upsets him with a childish insult, which quietly pleases Angela Martin (Angela Kinsey). Pam wins over Jake with the paper shredder. Jim leaves the office early to go on a date, to Pam's chagrin. Michael and Dwight end the party by singing \"Teach Your Children\".
\"Take Your Daughter to Work Day\" originally aired on NBC on March 16, 2006. The episode received a 4.2 rating/11 percent share among adults between the ages of 18 and 49. This means that it was seen by 4.2 percent of all 18- to 49-year-olds, and 11 percent of all 18- to 49-year-olds watching television at the time of the broadcast. The episode was viewed by 8.8 million viewers, and retained 93 percent of its lead-in My Name is Earl audience.
Amidst a strike by the nurses, Meredith revives an elderly patient without knowing she is not supposed to. As the patient dies with her friends at her side, Meredith realizes she does not want her mother to die alone, and allows the chief to continue visit her, something she initially was upset with. George ends up on the nurses' side. Izzie treats a pregnant teenager with whom she has much in common, and her interfering upsets the patient's mother, Izzie also reveals to the patient that she has a daughter. Cristina is irritated with the perky new resident, Sydney, and asks for Burke's intervention when Sydney attempts a risky procedure to save a woman's infected leg from amputation.
The first 5 episodes of the season were initially planned to be within the first season with the episode \"Bring the Pain\" as the season 1 finale. According to Rhimes, after airing the ninth episode of the show, the ratings, the time-slots and the really great audience meant that they have to end the season with that episode, and the cliffhanger with the coming of Derek's estranged wife fit perfectly. The season received high critical acclaim, and it performed better than the first season. Due to the success of the first season, Grey's Anatomy took over the Sunday night timeslot along with Desperate Housewives, replacing Boston Legal. The second season averaged 21.07 million viewers, making it the highest-rated season of the series to date. It was ranked #5 in the 2005-2006 television season. The season also includes the series' highest-rated episode, \"It's the End of the World\" which was watched by 37.88 million viewers.
Eyder Peralta of The Houston Chronicle was critical of Izzie's ethics in cutting Denny's LVAD wire, writing that she \"should not be practising medicine\" and stating: \"That's the reason I don't watch Grey's Anatomy, anymore, because the super-hot blond chick can make an earth-shattering, fatal decision and she doesn't get canned.\" Regarding the second season, Kevin Carr from 7M Pictures said \"Rhimes really just put Scrubs, E.R., Sex and the City and even a dash of The Love Boat in a blender and poured out Grey's Anatomy.\" Also in regard to the second season, Christopher Monfette of IGN TV said \"[...] The second season of this medical drama expertly wove its signature elements of complex relationships, whimsical banter and challenging life-lessons - all to a montage-fetish, indie-rock soundtrack.\"
Friends is an American sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, which aired on NBC from September 22, 1994 to May 6, 2004. The series revolves around a group of friends in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The series was produced by Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The original executive producers were Crane, Kauffman, and Kevin S. Bright, with numerous others being promoted in later seasons.Kauffman and Crane began developing Friends under the title Insomnia Cafe in November/December 1993. They presented the idea to Bright, with whom they had previously worked, and together they pitched a seven-page treatment of the series to NBC. After several script rewrites and changes, including a second title change to Friends Like Us, the series was finally named Friends and premiered on NBC's coveted Thursday 8:30 pm timeslot. Filming for the series took place at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California in front of a live studio audience. The series finale, airing on May 6, 2004, was watched by 52.5 million American viewers, making it the fourth most watched series finale in television history and the most watched episode of the decade.
Cy: Well, I should think you fucking would be. And to think of Mr. Hearst's disturbance if he was to fucking know. Because... that's a dangerous habit to indulge when you're not among friends.
\"Secret Shopper\": Glenn is frantic when there are rumors that a secret shopper could visit the store and supports Jonah in placing items in the store \"by the book\" even though it causes confusion and is against Amy's direction to Jonah. When Mateo suggests Jonah might be the secret shopper, Glenn tries to ingratiate himself to Jonah. He orders Amy to \"play nice\" with Jonah and later when watching the secret shopper's video of the store, he tells the staff they are save because the Richmond Heights store had a meth lab and a dog fighting ring.
\"Spokesman Scandal\": The company spokesperson, Kyle the Cloud 9 Cloud is shown in a news broadcast that Glenn, Jonah, Amy, Dina and Garrett are watching. It's reported that Kyle killed and ate fourteen Cloud 9 customers. Glenn asks Amy to turn the TV off but she ends up putting the show on all the in-store TVs. Glenn tries to turn it off but puts the audio on the store P.A. system for all customers to hear. To drown out the disturbing news, Glenn leads the others in a Christian song. Glenn believes Kyle is innocent as he met him at a conference and found him to be a good guy. Glenn learns that they found marijuana at Kyle's house so he believes this provides an excuse for his crimes. Glenn tells Amy and Jonah that Kyle was killing people because he was high. They say that if this were true, half the employees would be killers. Glenn is shocked. Glenn goes into the Stock Room and starts to sniff Cody. Dina sees him doing this and Glenn asks her if they should start drug testing the staff. Glenn is having second thoughts about the drug testing when he finds out Dina wants to fire those that fail. Amy helps Glenn talk through the drug testing situation and he orders Dina to stop the tests much to Cody's relief.
\"Halloween Theft\": On Halloween, Glenn is dressed as a hot dog and is giving candy to kids. He gives into Dina announcing staff interrogations when irregular produce goes missing. Dina questions Glenn who can't sit down in his hot dog costume despite numerous attempts. Amy tells Mateo and Glenn that the Cloud 9 Chesterfield Store hasn't thrown out their irregular produce so they can collect it and pass it off as being misplaced in their store. They arrive at Chesterfield and Glenn is immediately critical of the store and wanders off. Amy and Mateo collect irregular produce while Glenn runs into the store manager Bobby. Glenn watches Bobby interact cheerfully with his assistant manager Kelly and is amazed, then jealous. Glenn interrupts Dina questioning Garrett and produces the fruit. Dina is suspicious and since Garrett admitted to stealing it, she says no one is leaving until she finds out the truth. Glenn over-rides her and says the investigation is over.
\"Lost and Found\": At the Pharmacy, Glenn seeks advice from Tate on seasonal depression as he's concerned for the staff. Glenn is shocked to learn that about 20 of them take anti-depressants. He plans to combat this with laughter. Glenn approaches Cheyenne who is sad about the lost and found draw. He tries to cheer her up by making a balloon animal but the balloon snaps into her eye and she runs away crying. Glenn sprays silly string on Mateo which ruins the leather jacket from the draw. Glenn dances for Garrett which starts him grinning. Glenn tries to cheer up Dina with a monkey puppet but Dina's harsh criticism ends up depressing him. Dressed as a mime, Glenn finds Jonah stocking shelves and performs an act. Jonah tops Glenn's act and when a child who is watching cheers, it angers Glenn. In the Warehouse, Amy is doing inventory when Glenn enters dressed in a one-man band outfit. Glenn is discouraged that he's tried to cheer the staff up but can't. She confides the troubled state of her marriage to him which she finds helpful and it cheers her up.
\"Wellness Fair\": In Glenn's office, Glenn is on the phone with Amy who is calling in sick. The store's Wellness Fair has started featuring medical advice and screenings. Jonah tells Glenn that he wanted to be a doctor and when Glenn says he did too, Jonah's reaction insults Glenn who leaves. Glenn talks to the Fair's nurse named Ella and shows his annoyance when Jonah shows up with cups for a juice station Glenn set up. Glenn believes juice is healthy until both Jonah and Ella dissuade him from this belief. Jonah and Ella discuss health films in detail and Glenn feels left out. Glenn thinks Sandra is pregnant and wants an abortion so Glenn takes Sandra through the maternity section and not so discreetly sees how she feels about babies. Jonah sees Glenn making Sandra rock a baby doll and then puts it in the garbage to illustrate abortion. Jonah sees this and objects to Glenn forcing his views on Sandra and an argument on abortion breaks out between them. As customers stop to watch the argument, Amy steps in and announces that it was a skit. Glenn starts to swoon and complains of dizziness. Jonah sits him down and tries to help him but Glenn refuses. In the Break Room, Glenn is better and explains the problem was low blood sugar as he cut down on the amount of juice he drank that day. Jeff has arrived and criticizes the abortion argument. Glenn shoots back that Jeff shouldn't be giving lectures about responsibility given that he impregnated Sandra. Sandra says she's not pregnant and Jeff is confused as he doesn't know Sandra and he announces that he's gay. Sandra also admits that she made the relationship with Jeff up to get attention and Glenn can't believe Jeff is gay. Outside, Jonah sees Glenn holding a cigarette and makes an apology of sorts to him. 59ce067264