Written by Michael Schur and Paul Lieberstein
Directed by Randall Einhorn
Meredith: Gosh, I don’t think so.
Kevin: Why don’t we just ask her if she took the $3,000?
Angela: Idiot. Now we don’t have the element of surprise. It’s impossible to trap her, and we won’t be able to register the look on her face when we ask her if she stole $3,000.
Meredith: You think I stole $3,000?
Angela: Oh, we know you did… or someone else did.
Oscar: Did you use any company money for anything? We’re just trying to balance the books.
Meredith: Please. If I stole $3,000, I wouldn’t be here. I’d be on a beach in Jamaica drinking Red Stripe.
Kevin: Oh, I love Red Stripe.
Oscar: I do, too. That’s Jamaican beer?
Meredith: Yeah. We should go out and get a beer after work. Or, hey, you want to go right now?
Oscar: It’s 11:15.
Meredith: Yeah. So, that’s too early?
Angela: You didn’t take any money at all? You’re sure?
Meredith: Yes. I’m a single mom. I would never do anything to jeopardize my kid.
Oscar: I thought you had two kids.
Meredith: My ex-husband took Wendy, the good one.
Oscar: Okay. Thanks for your time.
Kevin: Thanks, Meredith.
Meredith: You guys want to get that beer?