Once again the members of the other 4 families of the Scranton Business Park have convened to discuss the activities over at Dunder Mifflin. We are joined by Bob Vance of Vance Refrigeration, Paul "Cool Guy" Faust of Disaster Kits Limited, W.B. Jones of W.B. Jones Heating and Cooling and Bill Cress of Cress Tool and Dye.
So, without further ado, we present the thoughts of the men who run the Scranton Business Park, sent in directly from them about the "Employee Transfer" episode.
Vance's View: I always knew that DARYL was one tough son-of-a-gun and watching his heroics last night reminded me of the time that I was on an expedition to a little garden spot known as: VIET NAM -- and the Lieutenant got hit out on patrol and I had to carry him back. An 'EMPLOYEE TRANSFER' of another kind and if you've never tried carrying a 200 lbs. wounded, bleeding, screaming friend five miles through enemy territory in a driving rain while the wily-boys in the black pajamas are shooting AK-47's at you, you should, because it's a real TESTER -- much like spending 14 hours in a truck with Scott as he gets DUMPED AGAIN. In fact, they are so similar that I can't decide which is worse; but I do know a HERO when I see one and his name is Daryl.
Sincerely, BOB VANCE, VANCE REFRIGERATION