They randomly talk about skiing at Whistler and the rain
George: "So it says here you like horses?"
Kris: "Yeah, I love horses."
George: "There's something about horses..."
Kris: "The smell of horses..."
George: "Yeah, the smell of horses. That's the thing."
Kris: "It's earthy or sexual."
George: "We're on sort of a tangent here from the job interview but it's odd that we had that same sort of reaction to the smell of horses. There's one thing though, it doesn't mention anywhere in your CV that you've done any research. "
Kris: "No, no I haven't. Is that a problem?"
So Kris gets hired and in turn the "black non-skier lesbian" sues the network for hiring discrimination The division head (Sydney) is not happy when George said she was wrong for the job.
Sydney: "She's black, female, a post graduate degree in history, and a brilliant CV and you hired a blonde ski bunny."
George: "This 'ski-bunny' thing I've heard this is around and..."
Sydney: "George, you hired someone you think you could screw. Admit it."
After speaking to the legal department George begrudgingly lets Kris go and hires Sandra. Kris in turns sues.
Sydney: "The ski bunny is suing for wrongful dismissal."
George: "Well that's ridiculous. I fired her before she even started."
Sydney: "She claims you discriminated against her good looks."
Conclusion: George hires both Kris and Sandra and Kris gets to return George's walking shoes.
It's not the greatest shot of him but the man on the left with the bullet proof vest guested
on Forever Knight
's 3rd season episode "Dead of Night". It's okay if you don't remember him. He was killed
in the teaser. Here he plays the not so bright anchor man. Think Ted Baxter in The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Kris wanted to know about the receipt. George explained that they were in the box and Kris got embarrassed.
She was curious as to why he was returning them. She said they were sexy.
George is intrigued by her opinion and Kris reveals that she has something of a foot fetish.
George: "You're learning the computer. How's that going?"
Kris: "Not well."
Producer #2: "She gave up."
At the end of the working day George makes small talk with Kris and asks her about her desk, skiing and her weekend plans.
Kris bought a new queen sized bed from IKEA and plans to put it together.
Seeing an opening, George confides that IKEA is extremely hard to put together and he'd be happy to give her a hand.
Kris says Sandra, the other assistant, will be helping her.
Kris asks if her lawsuit is going to be problem for their working relationship.
George asks if she wants to grab something to eat.
Kris reveals that she's been going through a lot of changes self-esteem wise and sexually.
George once again asks if she wants to get together and talk and Kris that she and Sandra have developed this great relationship that she can't really describe.
Sandra and Kris walk off together to start their weekend and leave a very confused George.
The following week Kris answers the phone.
She asks the intern how she can patch a call through to George. The intern says she can't from that phone so Kris should just give them the direct number. Kris does as instructed.
After Kris hangs up the intern asks who she gave the number to. Kris said it was George's mother and the intern, who in the end managed to successfully change the show number after much hassle and her own share of lying, looks like she wants to shoot herself.