M'all right,so now everyone,
we're gonna do somerole playing, m'all right,
talk about appropriate wayswe can talk in the workplace.
Can I -- Can I get a volunteerto role play with me?
M'all right?How about you Mister, uh...
M'all right, come on up here.
M'all right now,we're just gonna pretend
it's a normal morningbefore work
and we're startin' the day.M'all right?
Oh, Mr. Mackey,good morning.
Good morning, uh,Miss Conduct.
Now did you havea nice night?
Yeah, yeah, it was good.
M'all right, okay, well,good luck today,
and I hope thatour working relationship
can continue be honestand straightforward.
Oh, I'm very open and honest,I promise you that.
I can see that, you've gotvery honest eyes, m'all right.
M'all right, I probablyshouldn't have said
"You have honest eyes,"m'all right.
That's a bit crossin'the line commenting
on his physical attributes,m'all right? That's bad.
I'm gonna stick to just talkingabout work only, m'all right?
So, uh, Mr. Mackey,what methods do you use
for counseling the students?
Oh, I mostly usea semi-cognitive approach
adaptedby Kiezrick Solomon.
Wow, you studied Solomon?
He was actually my thesisin college.
Are you serious? Nobody I talkto has ever even heard of him!
No! Same here!
What made you attractedto his work?
Well, it's just sucha natural approach, m'kay.
M'all right.M'all right.
When I read it, you know,first, I was like,
"Whoa, okay."M'all right.
"This just really makessense," you know?
[ Chuckles ]Well, m'all right.
Mr. Mackey and Miss Conduct try to role-play an appropriate work conversation.