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This short had interesting characters and acted as a nice nostalgia piece for anyone who worked in an office in the 80's. But I'm disappointed to see that everyone who left comments here let that blind them to one very crucial and fundamental flaw that, at least for me, completely ruins the short.
Why are Don's two buddies freaking out over his death? Why did they bury the body to hide the evidence? Evidence to what? Why did they worry about being found out? They didn't have anything to do with his death. Wouldn't normal people call the ambulance? The entire short is built on this contrivance, and that's why it crumbles under its own weight. This is really lazy writing, guys.
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