Office Uprising

Synopsis: An employee at a weapons factory discovers that an energy drink turns his co-workers into zombies
Genre: Action, Comedy, Horror
Director(s): Lin Oeding
Production: Mind the GAP Productions

We might get a leg up

on them if we develop

an all-terrain jet ski that

shoots weaponized anthrax.

- Possible. I'll e

- mail Development.

By the by, R and D has

been banging down my door

regarding the Clayton report.

Now, what is the ETA on that exactly?

On its way.

Excellent. Well, whichever

of those is your best foot,

I suggest you put it forward, Desmond,

because I can assure you that not all of us

are going to be here

at the end of the week.


(telephone ringing)

(whispering) Desmond.



You get fired or what?

Not as far as I know.

I got a cousin at Altria.

They already laid off half

of their accounting staff.

You know what that means.

Half of us are going, too.

- (chair rattling)

- It's already started.

Meg's desk is empty. Heard

she got axed last night.

Worst part. Her severance package:

an Ammotech T-shirt.

- (scoffs) A f***ing - shirt?

My Uncle Usef warned me about this.

He said America is nothing

but downsizing, heart disease,

and billboards that give you an

unnatural desire for white women.

- Why did I not listen?

- Why did I not listen?

- I keep saying that to myself.

- I was told not to work here.

- Guys. Hey!

- (overlapping conversation)

Relax, okay.

We don't know for sure,

so let's just assume

everything's gonna be fine,

and hey, if it does happen,

you know what they say:

When one door opens, another door closes.


I got that backwards. When one door...

See you, b*tches.

Hey, Lentworth.

No offense, but... but

you're really f***ing old,

and nobody really knows

what you do here anyway,

so if anyone's gonna go, it's gonna be you

or Johnny Jihadi over here.

(chuckles) Marcus, the racist,

moronic statements you're making

are no match for the wall of serenity

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