(Monica, the assistant wardrobe supervisor is showing a tie to Casey.)
Monica Brazelton: Do you know what color this is?
Casey: Well, it's gray.
Monica Brazelton: It's called gunmetal. Gray has more ivory in it. Gunmetal has more blue. Can you tell me which of these shirts you should wear with it?
Casey: I don't know
Monica Brazelton: No, you don't. There's no reason why you should. You're not expected to know what shirt goes with what suit or how a color in a necktie can pick up your eyes. You're not expected to know what's going to clash with what Dan's wearing or what pattern's going to bleed when Dave changes the lighting.
Mr. McCall, you get so much attention and so much praise for what you actually do, and all of it's deserved. When you go on a talk show and get complimented on something you didn't, how hard would it be to say "That's not me. That's a woman named Maureen who's been working for us since the first day. It's Maureen who dresses me every night, and without Maureen, I wouldn't know gunmetal from a hole in the ground"?
Do you have any idea what that would've meant to her? Do you have any idea how many times she would've played that tape for her husband and her kids?
(The staff is trying to select a Play Of The Year.)
Kim: Women's ice hockey.
Jeremy: You're kidding.
Kim: The U.S. women's team won the first Olympic gold medal in ice hockey, and there were over 4000 fans in the arena to see them do it.
Jeremy: They beat a bunch of Slovakian cocktail waitresses, and there were over 4000 people at my cousin Jacob's bar mitzvah.