Ben’s been offered a job with an accounting firm, but he isn’t as excited about the commute or the carpeting. He’s decided to take a month to think it over.
Entertainment 7Twenty is bankrupt, but Tom doesn’t understand how. They’ve been spending a lot of money, but not making money despite the saying.
When the NBA goes on strike, Entertainment 7Twenty hires Indiana Pacer Roy Hibbert to play one-on-one basketball at the office for 75% of his salary.
Ben has been asked to help Entertainment 7Twenty manage their finances. His first suggestion is a downsizing of the building and keeping better financials. Unless the firm starts generating revenue, they only have enough cash for another month of operation.
Ben isn’t sure how Entertainment 7Twenty is generating revenue, but Tom and Jean Ralphio show him their printing press
Andy and April are throwing a Halloween party and list off all the things they need to throw a great party. The output is a great party and the inputs are a variety of different items.
Ben suggests firing Leslie to relieve some of the spending associated with the inflated budget, but Ron describes how valuable Leslie is to the department and how she’s worth her salary.