Gus: Yeah I know you sleep really weird hours, and you have a cot here in one of the closets. I’m always hesitant to walk into that closet when the door’s closed I’m like is someone asleep in there? I really need a pen… Geoff: I know when I walk in every morning at like 8:15 or whatever it’s always like, “Is Burnie in the closet?” I don’t wanna look in and wake him up if he is so I’m always like looking around the office for signs that Burnie’s here. Like, is there a plate with half-eaten food on it? Burnie’s probably here. *laughter* Gus: Is there a trail of Coke cans, missing one sip, leading up to the closet? Geoff: Is there like, one sock in the middle of the floor for no reason? If so, Burnie’s here Burnie: Hey, wait a minute. I think you’re makin’ fun of me. Gavin: Do you remember that time when you left shotgun shells at Geoff’s house? Burnie: I was showing him like some shotgun shells, and then I took the box and I put them up on a shelf, and we just went on talking or whatever, and I was at home later and I was like, “I left the box of shotgun shells sitting there.” I was so paranoid about Millie that I, like, raced back there. It was like, four in the morning Gavin: You literally kicked the door open. *imitating door kicking in noise* And then you were like, “WAKE UP BITCHES!”, *loud laughter* and we’re just like, “what?” Burnie: I think Barbara was staying in the room,
Gavin: Barbara was in the living room and I woke her up in the living room and she’s like “whaa?”, *more loud laughter* and it was like, I was just trying to find ’em and uh, found ’em and got ’em the hell outta there.