True Jackson, VP (2008) s02e31 Episode Script

233 - Mystery In Peru

The jewel of Peru.
It's gone.
We finally found it.
The location of my wedding to brock champion.
Why are you in my office? It will be held on the great lawn of the museum of Peru.
That's great.
Why are you in my office? I just needed a large space to organize everything.
Did you know that your office is bigger than mine? Of course.
It's like three times bigger.
I had no idea.
This is outrageous.
Why are you getting married in Peru? Well, unfortunately, the lima llamas schedule is insane with over 300 regular season games.
As such, brock only has a short window for the ceremony.
Whoa.
What's this? That is the jewel of Peru.
Why does it say reward on it? The jewel of Peru vanished a year ago from the very museum where we're having the wedding.
Have you picked out what you're gonna wear yet? Yeah About that.
You're coming, right? It'll be quite the to-do.
I know.
It's just it's really far away.
Really far.
And we've got finals coming up.
And prom.
Staff meeting.
We'll be right there.
That was close.
Thanks, Oscar.
I thought you might need a break.
We were in there talking to Amanda for a whole five minutes.
That big giant head just talking at us.
I need a soda.
Ryan, what are you doing? On hypnosis.
I picked it up over the weekend.
Wow, I can't believe that stuff actually works.
Yeah, you totally hypnotized hibbert.
No, he was already asleep when I got here.
But I'm pretty sure I'm gonna be able to master it.
Watch my three fingers, Lulu.
Three fingers, so calm, so relaxing, so triangular, they make you wanna sleep.
Whoa.
That did not just happen.
Lulu, when you wake up, I want you to say something nice about my appearance.
And wake.
Oh, hi, Ryan.
Hey, true.
Hey, Lulu.
Quick question, what do you think of my new shirt? Well, I don't know fashion as much as true, but I'd say you look like you got kicked out of clown school.
What time's the staff meeting? I'm thinking now.
Mmm.
Looking sharp, my man.
New shirt? I hope I'm not late, Mr.
Madigan.
Not at all, true.
I was just about to humiliate Kopelman.
I hate to miss that.
People, I have an important announcement to make.
But first, Kopelman, would you like a piece of chocolate? Are you sure? As you can see, I put a large, round piece of delicious chocolate on the table right there.
You think he'll go for the chocolate? I don't see how he can resist.
You love chocolate, don't you? Good for you.
As I was saying, people, I have an announcement to make.
As do I.
Can it wait? Certainly.
As you know Max.
Yes? It can't wait.
Proceed.
Brock and I have set our wedding date, and you're all invited.
It's going to be in Peru.
Oh, how perfect, we have a summer home there.
In Peru? Peru? No.
I thought she said Connecticut.
Obviously, the wedding will have a baseball theme and, Max, I was hoping you'd do me the great honor of walking me to home plate.
You've always been like a father to me.
I'm not paying for the wedding if that's what you're getting at.
It was worth a shot.
Mr.
Madigan, there's something I sort of wanted to ask you.
Yes? You know that dress I designed last month? The one you looked at and made that bad smell face you make when you don't like something.
I do nothing of the sort.
I'm talking about the cocktail dress with the polka dots.
Anyway, I really believe in it, and I'd like to release it myself, as the first dress in my own line.
Well, this is a bold move.
Your own line.
If that's okay with you.
Well, launching your line can be very expensive.
I've got $600 saved.
Great, you'll need 20,000.
Where am I gonna find 20,000? Unless Unless I find the jewel of Peru.
From my head to my toes it's all real and you know fresh and cool it's just what I do t-r-u-e j-a-c-k-s-o-n v-p working at a grown-up job I never really knew I could work this hard used to sit at home and watch tv now I'm in an office as the new vp I'm always setting trends with my two best friends when things get out of hand we have a plan we're just messin' around and we're making new ground for the whole wide world to see if you see us in town you know it's going down 'cause I'm the new vp this is very strange.
This doesn't make sense.
If you wanted the rest of your sandwich, you shouldn't have put it down.
I didn't put it down.
I was holding it.
That's your opinion.
You bit my thumb.
He bit my thumb.
I better not get rabies.
Guys, please, we're trying to figure out this mystery.
Mystery? What kind of mystery? A year ago, the jewel of Peru vanished right under the nose of a dozen guards.
It hasn't been found since.
Since when are you interested in solving mysteries? Since I wanna start my own fashion line with the reward money.
It's $20,000.
I could use 20 grand.
So could I.
I've had my eye on this new pair of sneakers.
What kind of sneakers cost $20,000? The kind of sneakers I pick up in a brand-new car.
Well, you can forget it because I'm solving this mystery first.
Uh, no offense, true, but this is sort of my field of expertise.
I thought it was mail.
And mystery.
Then I guess the challenge is on.
Boys versus girls.
I like it.
You're not gonna like it when we win.
Children, all these figures are loose.
Has anyone seen my modeling putty? Does it look like chewing gum? A bit.
I haven't seen it.
So what time does the plane leave? What plane? You know, to the wedding.
We don't wanna be late.
Plus, I'm hoping for a window seat.
You said you weren't coming to the wedding because it was Let me see if I can remember your exact word far.
Oh.
Amanda, we were just clowning.
We wouldn't miss your big day.
Yeah, no way.
You're coming too? We all are.
I'm touched.
Would anyone like to hear my speech? No! We don't wanna ruin it, you see? Hello.
Lulu, Mikey J is here.
Tell him to come in.
He'd like to see you in the lobby.
What's wrong, Mikey J? You look nervous.
Would you mind giving us a minute? Can we have some privacy, everyone? What is it? I'm moving.
What? My dad got a job out of the city.
How far out of the city? Norway.
Are you okay? I'm not sure.
Are you supposed to be able to feel your heartbeat in your teeth? It's only for a year.
It doesn't change the way I feel about you.
That's nice of you to say, Mikey, but I've already started the process of moving on.
I'm not even gone yet.
I can't grieve forever.
Everyone can come back now.
Still thinking about Mikey J? Who's Mikey J? Is that some boy we used to go to school with? Hey, Amanda.
How'd you get them to open the egyptian wing for your wedding? It's been sealed shut for a year.
That's how beloved brock is there.
I'm just hoping it's not too musty smelling.
I should remember to bring some air freshener.
Oh, Lulu, write that down.
I don't work for you.
Just write it down.
Now, read it back.
I don't work for you.
Amanda, why don't you just hire someone? Like who? I don't know.
An assistant? Oscar.
Oscar, I need an assistant to help me arrange the wedding.
Pass.
I'm not asking you.
Set up interviews with 20 of the finest candidates you can find.
The 20 finest.
Will do.
Hey, you wanna be Amanda's assistant? Sure.
Hey, Ryan.
Is it cool if I to the movies with Chase? Chase, the guy with the crush on you? I'm not really comfortable with that.
I asked him if you could come with us, but Chase said it would ruin his game.
Yeah, that's not helping.
Besides, you should go out with me tonight.
I'm gonna be gone all weekend.
Yeah, we're going to Peru for Amanda's wedding.
I'm probably going too.
How come? I'm her assistant.
She said what now? I can't wait to get to Peru and check out the museum.
Me, too.
And don't worry, I'll buy you something nice with the reward money.
You mean the reward money the girls are gonna win? Right, Lulu? Lulu, you okay? I can't believe Mikey J's going away.
It's just for a year.
Just for a year? That's a year without smiling or laughing or holding someone's hand.
You know what that does to a person? Where's my assistant? I'm right here.
Have my bags arrived? Check.
I wad at the very front of the baggage hold, with nothing on top of them.
And when we arrive in Peru, I'll require eight bottles of fresh, carbonated water.
Check.
Excellent.
Excuse me a moment.
Hey, Kelsey.
You turned out to be a pretty good assistant.
It's easy.
All I have to do is wait 'til she stops talking and say, "check.
" Are you saying you don't have her bags? No, I do.
Bags.
You could help, you know.
I know.
I just talked to Captain Dexter, and we're almost ready to board.
He's just bringing the plane a little closer.
Good deal.
Now, whatever you do, don't stare at his eyes.
He's terribly sensitive.
What's wrong with his eyes? He recently had eye surgery, and the scars are terrifying.
Eye surgery? Yes, but I assure you, Dexter is one of the finest pilots in the business.
Ah, here he is now.
Shall we? Hello, everybody.
It's a beautiful day for flying.
If I'm reading my information correctly, it's a balmy 2,000 degrees in Peru.
Are you sure this guy can fly a plane? Certainly.
Captain Dexter may be horribly cross-eyed, but he's an excellent pilot.
Holy smokes, there's a lot of buttons up here.
Let me see, eenie, meenie, miney oh, is this still on? Someone help me open the door.
I'm just gonna take a cab.
Mr.
Madigan, where's your wife? I thought she was coming with us.
Well, she was, but something came up.
About that, I wonder if I could have everyone's attention.
As you all know I'm sorry to interrupt, but there appears to be a on a bicycle.
This guy is seeing things.
No, there really is a kid on a bicycle.
I think it's Mikey J.
What's he doing? Kelsey, e-mail brock and let him know we'll be slightly delayed.
Check.
Mikey J.
I couldn't let you go without giving you this.
What is it? It's a key.
It's the key to my heart.
As long as you wear it, you'll always have a part of me with you.
Thanks.
You're welcome.
You're welcome.
Okay, I got to go.
Next stop, lima, Peru! What are you watching, a horror movie? I videotaped my piano lesson.
That's my teacher, miss Helen.
People, if I might, I'd like to make my announcement now.
As you all know Airplane.
It's the Captain.
Yes, Dexter? I see.
I've been told the restroom is not functioning properly, so please no one use it for the next 15 minutes.
[Toilet flushing] Kopelman, what do you think you're doing? Kopelman, out.
I said out.
I said out.
Parachute.
Mr.
Madigan? Yes.
Thank you, true.
Hopefully I'll be able to get throu this without being interrupted yet again.
As you all know I'm sorry to interrupt.
I have something to tell you that may cause alarm, but, please, do not panic.
Panic? Why would we panic? What's happening? Calm down, everyone.
These planes are totally safe.
I'm sure there's nothing to be concerned about.
There is a monster on the wing of this plane.
Monster on the wing? There can't be a monster on the wing.
I'm getting married.
Me too.
Kelsey, will you marry me? Nah.
Don't you want to think abt it? Nah.
Kopelman! Get off of there.
Kopelman.
I'm glad that's over with.
I was pretty nervous for a minute there.
Okay, folks, we'll be beginning our descent shortly.
Next stop, mysterious Peru.
Hah.
We're here.
Hey, gang.
What took you so long? Our pilot was reading his map upside down and we went to Canada first.
What are you doing here, Oscar? Amanda told me she'd pop my head like a grape if I didn't help out.
Here's a copy of the itinerary.
The rehearsal dinner is in an hour, which should give you all a chance to freshen up.
Or check out The Scene of the crime.
Good thinking.
What? Nothing.
The wedding will be at 10 a.
M.
Tomorrow, followed by a reception on the grand lawn, next to the fountain of youth.
What's that? The explorer ponce de Leon searched the world for it.
Some say a single sip from the fountain can restore one's youth.
Remind me not to have any.
I do not want to go through junior high again.
I loved junior high.
The mail room was awesome.
Well, we'll see you guys in an hour.
We're gonna go to our room and relax a little.
Yeah, we're just gonna kick back.
You know who really likes museums? Mikey J.
You really miss him, don't you? No.
Why would you say that? I'm totally over him.
Yeah, I can tell.
Aha! The element of surprise.
You weren't expecting us to jump out like that, were you? Not really.
We're here for the wedding tomorrow.
Yeah, but we're sort of hoping we could see the gallery tonight.
Now, you ladies realize that these doors have not been opened for over a year.
We know.
But any friend of brock champion is a friend of ours.
Ah, yes, of course.
El blanco diablo.
He's very good.
I'm true and this is Lulu.
Oh, nice to meet you.
My name is Roberto de la Jesus Rodriguez dominicana, but you can call me t.
J.
And this is t.
J.
What's up? You're both named t.
J.
? Doesn't that get confusing? Not really.
Right, t.
J.
? That's right, t.
J.
We'll just call you Roberto.
So can we see the gallery? As you wish.
Do you have your key? Okay.
Here it is.
No different than a year ago.
It's as if time herself stood still.
But not really.
No, not really, I was just being dramatic.
Were you guys here the night of the robbery? The alarm went off, which caused the gallery doors to drop, right? When we opened the wing, it was completely empty.
Completely empty? No.
We found a bag, and inside it was a jacket and a mask.
Hey.
No photographs, please.
The murals are sensitive to light.
Oh, sorry.
What was that? It sounded like a noise.
Of course, it was a noise.
So you heard it too? Hey, true.
Hey, Lulu.
Ahhhhhh! Ryan.
And Jimmy.
What are you doing here? We'd ask you the same thing.
You said you were gonna be in your room relaxing.
Maybe this is our room, smart guy.
Ever think of that? These are friends of yours? Yeah.
And he's my boyfriend.
How you doing? My name is Roberto de la Jesus Rodriguez dominicana.
And this is t.
J.
It's nice to meet you, Roberto de la Jesus Rodriguez dominicana and I'm sorry, you're gonna have to tell me your name again.
T.
J.
Now, you kids are welcome to look around for a bit, but please be careful.
Don't touch anything.
Everything here is exactly as it was in ancient Egypt.
If you need us, we'll be right outside.
By the soda machine.
This is gonna be harder than I thought.
I know.
Nothing looks out of place at all.
Check it out.
Cameras.
I wonder if they have footage from the night of the robbery.
Well, there's only one way to find out.
No, two.
Wait, three.
Four.
Let's find the security monitor.
Five.
Bingo.
Okay.
Let's see if I can punch in the date of the robbery.
Let me handle this.
Why don't you handle this? That's the camera above the door.
What's he doing? That's weird.
Can I help you? Yeah.
Can you hit volume on this thing? We're trying to watch Peru's got talent.
It's the night of the robbery.
Oh, is it? Gentlemen, you're tampering with evidence.
This crime has not been solved.
Yet.
Why did they say yet? I don't know.
Hi, Mr.
Madigan.
You look sharp.
Oh, this is a rare headpiece, or llamerada, given to visiting dignitaries by the prime minister of Peru.
Where'd you get it? Gift shop.
Why are you sitting like that? It's cooler this way.
I read it in a magazine.
Do you have my speech? What speech? The one I dictated to you.
You were dictating? I thought we were having a conversation.
I'll just have to wing it.
Knock 'em dead.
Thank you all for coming.
As many of you know, brock is embroiled in a triple-header, the first one since 1920.
But I'm sure my intended would join me in welcoming you all to this most joyous of celebrations.
Clap.
You know what bothers me? Why would the robber just take the jewel like that? He'd have to know it would set off an alarm.
Who said it was a good robber? He had to be a little good.
I mean, he did get away with it.
What are you talking about? Nothing.
I was just saying it was weird that someone would be good enough to sneak into the museum after hours, but too dumb to know that taking the jewel out of the display would trigger the alarm.
I know.
It seems like a pretty bad plan.
Unless that was the plan.
What? Nothing.
Look, guys, we're never gonna figure this out unless we work together a little.
True's right.
We should at least share information.
Which we will then use to defeat you.
So what were you saying? Every great crime starts with an idea, and maybe the idea was to not steal the jewel at all.
Yeah, I'm real glad we decided to share information.
No, Lulu, I think I know what he's saying.
If the robber thought they'd never get it out, maybe they just hid it.
You think it's still in the gallery? They said it's been sealed for a year.
Wait, true, you took a picture.
All we have to do is compare my picture to a picture taken before the heist.
Yeah, right.
Where are we gonna find that? There was one hanging on the wall.
Oh, yeah.
I wonder if now might be a good time to tell you my big news.
Actually, can it wait? We have to use the restroom.
All of you? Yes.
How's it going in there? Why don't you go in? Is Amanda still giving her speech? Uh-huh.
That's why I'm not going in.
They're identical.
Or are they? They are.
I just said so.
I solved it.
Let's go.
Wait, what about Amanda? Maybe she'll still be speaking when we get back.
Probably.
Come on, guys.
Give me one more chance to solve the mystery, and then we'll call it a tie.
Nope.
I'll take that as a yes.
Face it, Ryan.
The girls solved the mystery, and the boys didn't.
Admit it.
We're superior human beings.
I will not.
You can't make me.
Come on, true, just give me one guess.
Fine, Ryan.
It's in this Cat's beard.
Nope.
It's in this Cat's beard.
Nope.
Oh, got it.
It's in this priceless artifact.
Okay, I give up.
She's all yours.
The jewel of Peru.
You found it.
That's amazing.
Uh-oh.
What do you think you're doing? We found the jewel.
You did what now? Where was it? It was in here all along.
Ryan's the one who figured out that part.
It was in the extra light.
What extra light? That one.
Hey, you kids are heroes.
Well, me and true are.
Ryan and Jimmy lost the competition.
Any idea when we can get the reward? Well, the museum director will probably want to have some sort of ceremony, maybe with balloons.
I love balloons.
Anyway, here you go.
We better get back to rehearsal dinner before Amanda finishes her speech.
Tell me again about the balloons.
What's wrong with you? Which brings me to my very, very last point.
We won! Llamas, llamas, llamas, llamas.
Proud of me, baby? Of course I am.
So what did I miss here? Only the best two-hour speech ever given.
Thank you, Kelsey.
This is my assistant, Kelsey.
She will help coordinate our every move tomorrow.
Wake up, get dressed, then after you strike out the slammer, we can get married.
I'm sorry, what was that, brock? You know, the slammer, the meanest, toughest home run hitter in all of Peru.
And I have to strike him out? It's a llama tradition, baby.
I told you that.
You most certainly did not tell me that.
Kelsey, did you know anything about this? No.
No big deal.
You just wind up and throw three perfect pitches the slammer can't hit.
And if I'm unable to do this? We wait six months and try again.
It's tradition.
What did we miss? Well, I fell asleep and toppled off my chair, where I tripped a waiter carrying an enormous tray of shrimp, which then landed on the guests at the next table, injuring seven of them.
Other than that, not much.
You're never gonna believe it.
We solved the case of the missing jewel.
Oh, good for you.
Who did it? Well, we didn't solve that part, but we got the gem back to the museum safe as can be.
I kind of wish we knew who did it.
Can't have everything.
They didn't serve dinner, did they? Yes, they brought out the most wonderful stew of local meats and vegetables.
Then they poured it on the floor and we ate the bowl, a very strange custom in hindsight.
I'm sorry I missed that.
I could really eat me some bowl.
I'm gonna get a soda.
Bobotzi? Are you saying hello, or is that a drink? Peruvian club soda, no ice.
Sounds great.
You okay? Totally okay.
Just a bobotzi.
You don't seem totally okay.
It's just something doesn't seem right.
You ever get that? When something doesn't feel right? I'm sure it's nothing.
Tell me.
When I said the jewel was hidden in the light fixture, Roberto didn't look.
T.
J.
Did, but not Roberto.
Who's t.
J.
? You realize you're eating a candle.
You ate a bowl.
Hey, guys, Amanda is freaking out.
About what? There's some weird tradition that she has to strike a guy out before brock will marry her.
Please, you have to help.
What do you care? I care about Amanda.
Since when? Since that speech.
It was so powerful.
I was all, "don't cry, Kelsey.
Don't cry, Kelsey.
" Uh, now, where is she now? Upstairs.
Come on.
That must have been some speech.
Don't ask me.
I was asleep on the floor, covered in shrimp.
Amanda, I've got some people here to see you.
I don't have time.
Amanda, perhaps we could put the baseballs down.
Forget it.
I gotta strike out the slammer first thing tomorrow.
Excuse me, ma'am.
I think your problem is you're not controlling the ball.
What's that supposed to mean? Well, it means you're throwing blind.
See, what you wanna do is you wanna pick a spot and aim for it.
Like that? Were you aiming for the lamp? No.
Then no.
You guys, we know who stole the jewel of Peru.
You do? You do? And we know how he did it.
It's gone.
But why would he hide the jewel? Why wouldn't he take it with him? He must have suspected they might search all the guards.
He knew all he had to do is wait, that one day they'd open the wing and he'd just walk out with it.
Well, let's go get it back.
Now? 'Cause I'm thinking now would be a good time.
We've got to find that jewel.
Someone's coming.
Mr.
big, is that you? I have the jewel, Mr.
big.
Mr.
big? This is new information.
I do not wanna know what a guy named Mr.
Big looks like.
Where is the jewel? It's right here, Mr.
big.
Be quiet, Ryan.
Who's there? It's probably nothing.
He's a terrible museum guard.
Nice doing business with you.
What do we do now? What do we do now? We better follow him.
No, I'm not.
Why would I lie about that? Welcome to my lair.
Who's he talking to? I'm talking to the four of you behind the couch.
I think he's talking to us.
Mr.
big, you have something that doesn't belong to you.
How do you know? You have the jewel of Peru.
And we want it back.
The jewel belongs to my grandmother.
It was stolen from her.
How are we supposed to believe that? I don't care if you believe it.
Well, we got news for you, guy, we're not leaving without it.
Well, I got news for you, guy, you're not leaving at all.
Oh, yeah, what are you gonna do? Any other questions? No, that covers it.
So you put us in a cage.
So what? Yeah, you can't scare us.
Whoa.
Ooh.
Is that a volcano? Yes.
Are you scared now? Yes.
Quick question, does that thing ever erupt? Every six hours.
Quick question, when was the last time it went off? Five and a half hours ago.
Mr.
Big, time for lunch, lunch.
Coming, abuela.
I made your favorite.
What do you think his favorite is? I'm calling Mr.
Madigan.
Amanda, I fear you're getting worse.
Perhaps a short break? No! Max Madigan.
Hi, Mr.
Madigan, it's true.
Oh, I'm glad you called.
I never got the opportunity to tell you my big news.
Yeah, maybe now's not the best time.
Well, I'm afraid it's never the best time, but it's something I really need to say.
I don't wanna be rude, but we're trapped in a cage, over a volcano.
I'm sorry, are you starting to melt? Melt? My phone melted.
Mine, too.
Not mine.
It's made of wood.
Give me that.
I'll call Kelsey.
Is this the front desk? No, it's Ryan.
I ordered a cheeseburger an hour ago.
How long does it take to make a cheeseburger? Not an hour, I'll tell you that.
Kelsey, I need you to listen to me very carefully.
We are trapped over a volcano.
It's coming out of his tip, that's for sure.
It doesn't sound like you're listening to me very carefully.
I heard you.
You're trapped over a volcano.
What do you want me to do? Well, first, call the police.
And tell them we're at Oh, hold on.
I think I hear the cheeseburger guy.
No, no, no, no.
Kelsey.
Kelsey! I she hung up.
Hey, that's my phone.
Okay, we've been in worse messes than this.
When? Last summer, trapped in Paris? Oh, yeah.
But this is worse.
It's not that much worse.
Okay, it's worse.
Anyone comes up a plant? Workin' on it.
Great, no rush.
You wanna know the worst part about all this? There's a part worse than being turned into liquid? I just wish I could've talked to Mikey J one last time.
Wait a minute.
The key he gave me, maybe it'll open the lock.
It worked! Yay, Mikey J! What do you think you're doing? Escaping? Think again.
Hey, Mr.
big, you want to see something cool? Look what I have here.
I don't see anything.
Look closer at my fingers.
See how they make a triangle? It's so symmetrical, so relaxing.
It almost makes you wanna sleep.
Feel free to applaud.
Now let's get out of here! When you wake up, you'll think I was wearing a really cool shirt.
The head of the museum sure was happy when we returned the jewel.
I know, and did you see t.
J.
'S face light up when they brought out those balloons? I can't believe I'm gonna get to start my own fashion line.
You earned it.
What was that? It's coming from Amanda's room.
She must be still practicing.
I kinda feel bad for her.
I know.
Jimmy would never make me pass a mail test before he married me.
He might.
You think Mikey J and I will make it? I think so.
But it's really up to you.
Me? I'm not the one going to Norway.
He may be moving, but you're the only one talking about breaking up.
He loves you.
I know.
Can I ask you a personal question? Have you and Mikey J ever kissed? Not really.
Before he leaves, maybe you should.
Just a small one.
So you can know for sure.
You think I'll be able to tell from that? Just a small one.
If you're meant to be together, it'll feel like a building exploded.
Goodnight, Amanda.
Good luck tomorrow! Come on, Amanda.
Put some mustard on it.
We won again! Come on, boys.
Llamas! Llamas! Llamas! Llamas! It's a great day for baseball.
Where's the slammer? He's in the parking lot, bench-pressing a car, why? Batter up! I'm guessing that's the slammer.
You've gotta be kidding me.
That's definitely not a guy you'd nickname "tiny.
" Unless you're bein' ironic.
He'd be great in one of my nightmares.
I'm gonna talk to casting.
Strike this chump out.
He's a punk.
What did you say? Nothing.
Come on, Amanda.
Come on, honey bunny, you got this one.
Zip it, brock.
That's my girl.
I got this one.
Whoo!! You're doing good, Amanda.
That was close.
Come on.
All right.
Come on.
We got this.
Whoa.
Oh, come on.
That's three balls.
She'd better throw a strike this time or it's all over.
You can do it, Amanda.
Wait! What did you tell her? That I don't think she can do it.
Pretty smart.
Reverse psychology.
No, I really don't think she can do it.
I believe that's called "keeping it real.
" You got this one, Amanda! No, you don't! We believe in you! I don't! I don't! Come on.
Uh-oh.
Oh.
Wow.
Kelsey, pack my bags.
We're going home.
Not without me, you're not.
But I didn't strike out the slammer.
I don't care.
The llamas can forget tradition, because I'm not letting you go.
You, Amanda, are the real jewel of Peru.
Awww!! What's wrong? I was gonna say that same thing about you.
I thought it up like seven hours ago.
It's okay, you still said it.
After him.
It's like 80% less clever now that he said it.
Pretty romantic.
I guess.
I bet it sort of makes you wanna hug me.
Nah.
Kelsey.
A little.
Mikey J? Hey.
What are you doing here? I tried calling, but your voicemail sounded all melty.
We were trapped over a volcano and my cell phone melted.
That's what I figured.
Why are you here? I'm not moving.
I had to tell you.
I couldn't wait.
What about your dad's job? Well, my mom started packing and she sort of lost it.
She wouldn't stop crying until my dad said we didn't have to move.
So, you and I can go to the prom.
Totally.
I'm glad.
Me too.
The volcano! That thing hasn't gone off in 2,000 years.
Would now be a good time to tell you my important news? Yes, sir.
I'm gonna go grab a bobotzi.
What's up, Mr.
Madigan? As you know, the company is very, very important to me.
I never thought I'd find something I love more than mad style, but I did.
Your wife? Yes, which is why I'm retiring.
Retiring? Why? Because I'm going to be a daddy.
And not just any daddy, a stay-at-home daddy.
What about Ms.
aidem? I could never ask Doris to leave the library.
It means the world to her.
Well, then who's going to run mad style? You are.
Shall we take a sip from the fountain of youth? Do we dare? I don't feel anything.
Let's have a teeny bit more.
Get some from the middle, baby.
Okay.
Whoa! Amanda.
What the? Amanda? Mr.
Madigan, I'm flattered and all, but I can't run a business.
Sure, you can.
But there are people who've been there longer than me.
Why don't you give the company to Amanda? I don't wanna say anything bad about Amanda, especially on her wedding day, but she can be, well, a little immature.
Where are you going? I want you to jump in that fountain.
We're 10 games out of the world series of Peru.
I can't turn into a kid.
You're choosing baseball over me? Get back here, brock.
I don't know, Mr.
Madigan.
You really think I can do it? I think you can do anything.
Thanks.
I'll try and make you proud.
You already have.
So, what will your first move as president be? Probably putting out my cocktail dress with the polka dots.
Oh.
You're doing it again.
Sorry.
You don't think I should? I think you should do whatever you want.
It's your company now.
So you're saying it's cool for me to make any changes I want to the company.
Yes, true.
Any changes? Any changes.
Fire and ice! Beep, beep.
I like it.
Works for me.
Today is the day that everything changes.
Jesus, can you send the mail my * to all our department heads and let them know that from now on, whoever eats the most burritos on Friday gets their picture on the wall? Will do.
Thanks.
Well, might as well call the morning staff meeting.
Staff meeting! Do you have any idea how long it took me to get a cab? Ridiculous.
Good morning, kid Amanda.
Ulch.
Mail.
Good morning, people.
In the past, we've designed clothes in predetermined cycles.
That's out.
From now on, anytime someone has an idea, that's when we'll hear it.
True, I have a question.
Are you only taking pitches from designers? No.
From now on, anyone with an idea can present it, unless it's a superhero outfit, or a new postal uniform.
I think it'd be cool if we made a purple dress with hearts all over it.
Like the one you're wearing now? Never mind.
Come on in, Kopelman.
You can work here too.
And now, we will end this meeting the way we will end all future meetings, with balloons.
From my head to my toes it's all real and you know fresh and cool it's just what I do