That was some ballsy, bold, in-your-face awesome lying.
I learned it by watching you, dad.
Had to lie. We need every minute we can steal away from here to get the cupcake shop ready.
We still have to do the second coat of paint, figure out tables and chairs...
What? Didn't have time for lunch.
Oh, I don't care. I'm surprised you're using a spoon. I just stick my face in it.
So, my brilliant idea of how we get this all done is we should get an intern to help.
What? No. I can't be a person that has an intern.
I can barely be a person that doesn't have an intern.
Max, all businesses use interns. We just have to post an ad online at NYU or Columbia,
and we'll have 20 applicants battling it out to do our grunt work for credit.
You make it sound like The Hunger Games: college edition.
Sorry, I'm against getting people to work for free.
I'm with you, Max. My people were interns for 436 years.
I am just getting used to the idea of having my own business and now you want me to be someone's boss?
I am not the boss. I'm the person who talks behind the boss's back.
Pick up. Thanks. Isn't han a tool? Total tool. Yeah, a tiny tool.
Like the kind you fix your eyeglasses with.
See? That's my wheelhouse.
Look, I don't want to ask someone to work for free. We can do it all ourselves.
You want to do it all yourself? Great. I'll write everything you need to do on a to-do list.
Why don't you to-do that? And I will to-tear it up.