Mouch: I don’t know what happened. Lock’s working just fine now, but on the call… I swear I locked it in. I know I did.
Herrmann: OK, what’d Casey say?
Mouch: Not a lot. Just stared at me with hate in his eyes.
Herrmann: No he didn’t. Maybe, he’s a little pissed off is my guess.
Mouch: Got every right to be. He was half an inch away from a career-ending injury or worse. I know I didn’t bump lever, and even if I did, when it’s locked in, it shouldn’t move.
Herrmann: Hey, if you say it was locked in, I believe you.
Mouch: Then why can’t I find a mechanical problem? Can you just let me?
Herrmann: OK, of course.
Mouch: I got to figure this out. What happened today, it can’t ever happen again.

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Boden: Ritter, come here.
Ritter: What’s up, chief?
Boden: What is that?
Ritter: I think it’s one of those standing desks.
Boden: But why?
Ritter: Why?
Boden: Why is it here in my office?
Ritter: I don’t know, chief. I didn’t have anything to do with this.
Kylie: Why do you think?
Boden: About the, uh?
Kylie: Yeah, I found it in the utility closet. You were complaining about your back earlier, so I figured.
Boden: Uh-huh.
Kylie: And you know what they say: Sitting is the new smoking.
Boden: Right, right, OK. Well done, Kylie.

Casey: I’m really sorry about the way things went down the other night.
Brett: No, don’t be. Like I said, this is on me.
Casey: It was on both of us, and I want you to know I don’t regret it.
Brett: OK.
Casey: It sounds like you do.
Brett: Matt.

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