(Ward) Uh, Mrs Taylor,
why did you leave Pittsburgh?

After my husband died, I just -
(Ward) Mrs Taylor, this is a post
of some confidence.

(Marnie) Oh, please, let me have
a chance to prove myself, Mr Ward.

Uh... very well, Mrs Taylor.
I suppose you might as well
report to work on Monday.

Miss Clabon in the
outer office will brief you.

I'll be out in just a moment.
Taking her on without references?
You' re always such a stickler -

Let's just say I'm an interested
spectator in the passing parade.

I don't get it.
You're not supposed to get it.
Hi, Miss Clabon.
Hello, Mr Sam.
How's the curmudgeon business?

Oh, Miss Mainwaring!
Is Mark in? I want a free lunch,
and somebody to cash a check.

I thought I'd stick Mark
for the lunch and you for the cash.

Go right on in.
(Ward) You have your
Social Security card, Mrs Taylor?

- Of course. Right here in my purse.
- Who 's the dish?

Miss Clabon will show you around.
She's been with us for seven years.

I believe she finds the work
exacting enough. Good day, Mrs Taylor.

Miss Clabon, will you call personnel
and have them send the forms up?

Certainly, Mr Ward.
(Miss Clabon) Hello.
This is Mr Ward's office.

Would you send up a W-4
and the rest of the employment forms?

Yes, before lunch. I'll wait.
Thank you.
Maud, what about Saturday?
No, I only thought as you said
your mother wasn 't coming with us,

I just wanted to make sure
about our reservations.

Well, why don 't you call me back?
Alright. Anytime.