(MICHAEL) Here, I want you to take a card. Put it on your fore… don’t look at the card. I want you to take a card, and I want you to put it on your forehead and… Take a card. Take a card, any card. And I want you to treat other people like the race that is on their forehead. Okay, so everybody has a different race. Nobody knows what their race is. So I want you to really go for it, cuz this is real, you know. This isn’t just an exercise. This is real life and I… have a dream, that you will really let the sparks fly. Get er’ done! There’s this great Chris Rock bit about how streets named after Martin Luther King tend to be more violent. I’m not gonna do it, but it’s… Ooh, this is a good one. (PAM) Hi, how are you? (STANLEY) Fine. How are you? (PAM) Great. Um… (STANLEY) I admire your culture success in America. (PAM) Thank you. (MICHAEL) Good. Bom-bom-bom-bom, bom-bom-bom. (whispering) Come on! Olympics of Suffering right here! Slavey vs. the Holocaust! Come on. (STANLEY) Who am I supposed to be? (MICHAEL) No, no, well that… That was inadvertent. We didn’t actually plan that. (DWIGHT) Lots of cultures eat rice. Doesn’t help me. Shalom. I’d like to apply for a loan. (PAM) That’s nice, Dwight. (DWIGHT) Okay, do me. Something stereotypical so I can get it really quick. (PAM) Okay, I like your food. (DWIGHT) Outback Steakhouse! I’m Australian, mate! (MICHAEL) Pam, come on. “I like your food?” Come on, stir the pot. Stir the melting-pot, Pam. Let’s do it. Let’s get ugly. Let’s get real. (PAM) Okay. If I have to do this, based on stereotypes that are totally untrue that I do not agree with, you would maybe not be a very good driver. (DWIGHT) Oh, man! Am I a woman? (KEVIN) Hey. (ANGELA) Hey. (KEVIN) You want to go to the beach? (ANGELA) Sure. (KEVIN) You want to get high? (ANGELA) No. (KEVIN) I think you do, mon. (ANGELA) Stop it. (MICHAEL) Okay. All right. No, that’s good. It just.. You need to push it, you know, you could go a little bit further. All right, okay. (in stereotypical Indian accent) Kelly, how are you? (KELLY) I just had the longest meeting ever. (MICHAEL; still in accent) Oh! Welcome to my convenience store. Would you like some gookie cookie? Well, I have some very delicious gookie cookie! Only 99 cents, plus tax! Try my gookie cookie! Try my gookie cookie! Try my gookie cookie! Try my… All right, all right! Yes! That was great, she gets it! (in painful voice) Now she knows what it’s like to be a minority!