Getting comfy

in the CEO's chair, are we?

How come we haven't made a profit

in the last twenty years?

Your father just wanted

the business to break even.

We might have to change

a few things around here.

Nothing wrong with

making a little money, right?

We'll look forward to it, Lars.

What the hell? You want me

to drink myself to death?

I don't even drink this fancy stuff.

Then have me over for a drink, now

that you won't be around the store.

- So, are you happy to be back?

- You bet I am.

Home is where the heart is.

- What's that a-hole doing here?

- Well, I'll be damned.

You must be young Mr. Halbo.


Christian Storgaard

of Storgaard Contractors.

- Forgive me for not shaking hands.

- My father is just down there if...

- No, this is for you.

- Thank you.

I was thinking... How about we

meet for a drink sometime?

To talk shop? I believe we could

be of mutual benefit to each other.

Excuse me. Could I just

have your attention, please?

Willy... I just wanted

to say a few words to you.

My old master. When I first

came to this company -

I never thought I'd be here

twenty years on to see you retire.

But I never could leave this place,

because we're all one big family.

Anyway, we went on

a trip down memory lane...

and found a little something.

He was a handsome stud

back then, eh?

And Junior is in the picture, too.

He set off into the world

after serving his apprenticeship -

but now he's come back

to take charge of the company.

And I'm not quite sure

how I feel about it.

Back when we were kids

playing soccer -

I was the captain. I was in charge.

But I guess I'll get used to it.

Anyway, Willy...

We're here to bid you goodbye.

And I just want you to know

that you've been a great teacher.

But above all you've been a great

friend and I thank you for that.

Get up here.

Thanks, buddy.

Well, I'll be.

That was a surprise.

I don't really know what to...

Lars, come on up here.

These are for you.

Take good care of the place, okay?

I promise.

I'll be back around three.

Start looking for people.

If we land this deal

we'll be needing some extra hands.

Netkoeb would like a quotation

for some new ceiling fittings.

- I'll look into it later.

- Hey, Willy.

- Bored with retirement already?

- I just came by to pick up my booze.

And here I was hoping

you'd forgotten about it.

Beautiful office.

How much did that cost you?

- Did you sell the old printer yet?

- You should be happy I was stingy.

That's why you're not left

with a company in debt.

- See you.

- Fingers crossed.

- Where are you going?

- City Hall.

Please take a seat, gentlemen.

Quiet, please.

Moving on to the contracts for

electrical and sanitary facilities -

concerning the construction

of Svalevaenget Dormitory.

The first tender is from

Svendsen & Son.

The Svendsen & Son tender

is 3,650,000 kroner.

Next up is Storgaard Contractors.

3,760,000 kroner.

Moving on to

Halbo Electrical & Plumbing.

The tender from

Halbo Electrical & Plumbing is -

2,850,000 kroner.

The final tender is from

JP Construction and it is...

3,420,000 kroner.

This means that Halbo Electrical

& Plumbing wins the contract -

with a bid of 2,850,000 kroner.

- Didn't see that one coming.

- We'll be moving on to...

Lars Halbo? Can I talk to you

a moment? How do you do.

Bo Valentin, Director of Sales

at Storgaard Contractors.

I just wanted to congratulate you.

You really took us by surprise there.

Well, it's all about

nailing the price.

Would you have time for

a cup of coffee and a chat?

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