The show opens with Denholm and Jen sitting in Denholm's office. It's Jen first day at Reynholm Industries. Denholm says he's going to put Jen in the IT department, since Jen said on her CV she has a lot of experience with computers. Somewhat shocked by this decision, Jen admits that she did say that on her CV. She then starts naming some basic things that she knows, like sending and receiving e-mail, using a mouse and surfing the web. Denholm replies with: "Well, you certainly seem to know your stuff." and Jen's new position as manager of the IT department is then settled. When she asks about her new colleagues, Denholm mentions they are "standard nerds"...Read the full recap
Maurice: Ah! Wicked, I know what this is. It's the new Harry Potter. I got the child edition and the adult edition just to check that there are no differences in the text.
Moss: (on the phone) You see, the driver hooks a function by patching the system call table. So it's not safe to unload it, unless another thread's about to jump in there and do it's stuff. And you don't want to end up in the middle of invalid memory (laughs) ... hello?
Jen: (while walking into a toilet where a man and a woman are making out) You have unisex toilets? Like Ally McBeal?
Denholm: That's the sort of place this is, Jen. Lot of sexy people, not doing much work and having affairs.
Did you notice how she didn't even get excited when she saw this original ZX81?
was one of the first home computers for the general public, that was released in the United Kingdom in March 1981.
Moss: Ah! Wicked, I know what this is. It's the new Harry Potter. I got the child edition and the adult edition just to check that there are no differences in the text.
Harry Potter is a series of books written by J. K. Rowling. The books are about the adventures of a young wizard, Harry Potter and his friends, who are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. All of the books have also been converted into rather successful movies.
In this episode, Roy is wearing a t-shirt with the text "RTFM", which is slang for "Read The
The t-shirt also shows an illustration Mao Zedong
(the founding father of the People's Republic of China in 1949) holding up a book, which probably refers to some of Mao's own writing.