Girl: You didn’t do these.
Boy: Yeah, I’m really busy right now.
Girl: I gave them to you a week ago.
Boy: I’ve been really busy for the last week, actually.
Girl: He didn’t do these.
Boss: What do you mean you didn’t do those?
Boy: I’ve had a lot of things on my shoulders, on my plate the last week. I’ve sent several reports-
Boss: For who?
Boy: For various people around the office.
Boss: We needed those reports.
Girl: A week ago.
Boy: You’re the intern.
Boss: Guys, I think I see what’s going on. You don’t trust each other. Trust is one of our values. And we have to trust each other. Let me show you something. Scoot back.
Boy: What are you doing?
Boss: Scoot back for a minute. Hold this for a second. Guys, this is called the ‘trust fall’.
Boy: No, you can’t be serious. Oh, you’re standing on my desk! This is crazy. What are you doing?
Boss: So, I’m going to get up here. Trust is the currency of relationships. So what I’m going to do is, I’m going to count to 3 and I’m going to fall back and you’re going to catch me.
Girl: You don’t – you don’t have to do this.
Boss: Leaders always go first.
Boy: We will not catch you!
Boss: Okay. Here we go. Ready? I trust you. I trust that you –
Boy: there are only 2 of us! You’re standing up!
Boss: – 1 – 2 -3
Boy: Oh this is crazy!
Girl: You dropped him.