The ISP division of CalNect is unable to overcome its external difficulties by the time Joe resurfaces at work, Joe who sees getting rid of the boring albeit financially lucrative (even in its sale) division as an opportunity. What Joe and ultimately Gordon venture into has differing opportunities and issues as seen by the two partners, Gordon's view which has a more personal investment. As Atari has decided to shelve "Pilgrim" temporarily, Cameron takes steps to market her game outside of the Atari machine, one of those steps which doesn't end up quite the way she wants. And Donna's professional life isn't going very well. The Rover team, overseen by Tanya and Bos, isn't producing the results she wants, she blaming Tanya, Bos and the contractors. She runs into an old adversary at a conference, that adversary who she probably would not have wanted to see but who she cannot help take at dig at anyway. And she and Trip constantly seem to have the knives out for each other, Trip who ...
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Gordon's daughter doing "crushing your head" when she's waiting in the office is a reference to Mark McKinney's character in Kids in the Hall (1989). See more
References The Kids in the Hall
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