Tom has lost his main investor and wants to leave the restaurant industry before really giving it a chance.
Craig has to keep it together in the face of very strange requests during his interview to be the sommelier for Tom’s Bistro
Jamm bought a table from Benihana for $4,000 and thinks it is worth every penny.
Leslie needs to break up with Ben, but she needs to order a bottle of wine. She choses the cheapest because she can’t tell the difference.
Leslie lists the most important things in life: friends, waffles, and work. She has trouble ranking friends and waffles, but she knows work is third. Transitivity is an important component of utility maximization.
Ron and Leslie ponder why people would eat anything other than breakfast.
Chris isn’t feeling so well, so Ann tries to cheer him up with shrimp. Diminishing utility kicks in as Chris realizes the second shrimp isn’t as tasty as the first.
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