Tom and Hector seem less than pleased that Sarah's new partner, Julie Finn, had to bring her kid to work while they work on the big for the Chicago Olympics.
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Mason comes to Tony to find out why their group never tried for the Chicago Olympics bid when Cochran's group did.
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Conner and Mason shake as Mason leaves Conner in charge of the campaign for the Chicago Olympics bid while we spends the weekend with his wife.
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Conner and Mason have a big decision to make when it comes to making the commercial for Arc Mobile when their account is in review. It's definitely a big gamble.
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A picture of Mason at home with his teenager daughter as he tries to get ideas from her on how to market clothing to teenagers. Shame she's not a little "cooler."
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Conner and Mason desperately try to get into a party in which Spike Jonez is attending. Neither pretending to be Spike nor bribing the bouncer work out too well.
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Conner and Mason fly out to Los Angeles in order to pitch Spike Jonze's agent on a webisode directing job for the famous director.
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Sarah choose Hector over Tom to escort her on her date in order to dispel rumors that she's a lesbian. Hector and Sarah even shared an awkward kiss!
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Trust Me Quotes

Conner: You need to get this boat.
Mason: I can't afford it.
Conner: Be a good American and finance it.

You've been carrying me? I've been carrying you so long I have scoliosis

Mason [to Conner]