[ Buzzer ] -How’s everything, buddy?
-Good. Sal, ask him if
he wants water. Can I get you
a drink of water? No, I just drunk some
when I came down. -Okay.
-“I’ll take some.” All right,
I’ll have some. [ Laughter ] Uh, you want me
to get you water? Um, please. [ Laughter ] Thank you so much.
That’s so nice of you. I didn’t know
where they were, so… Drink from your cup
of water. Thank you very much.
You’re welcome. Thank you.
Delicious. [ Laughter ] Well, your pants are a little
uncomfortable, buddy. You want to stand up
and just adjust everything and then sit back down? There he goes. [ Laughter ] Murr: So weird. Joe: Sal, tell him stories
about your boss, but when you do
an impression of your boss, make it the worst
accent you can. I had one job that — I had a boss that —
he wasn’t the best. Like, one time,
we were in the break room, and he opened
the fridge. He saw his lunch was missing,
and he was, like, [ Indistinct accent ]
“Did somebody eat my lunch?
It was in this bag.” [ Laughter ] -What?
-Who is this boss, Sméagol? And he’s, like, you know,
“I don’t know what to say. Somebody’s eating my food. They don’t respect me,
do you know what I mean?” “And then he went on,
like, this minute monologue that I have memorized.” And then, he went on, like,
a minute monologue, you know, and he’s, like, “When my parents
came to this country, they had nothing. They had to work so hard to get
even where they wanted me to be, and I built my empire
from the ground up. And I’ll be damned if I’m gonna
come into this break room to have a break
and I can’t even have my break.” [ Laughter ] Q: This guy wants nothing
to do with Sal at all. All right, well,
thank you so much. I’ll see you around. [ Laughter ] [ Ding! ]