Practice English Speaking&Listening with: The Best of Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration - The Office

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-Hi guys. -Hey.

-Does everybody know my boyfriend, Bob Vance?

-Kevin Malone.

-Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration.

-Stanley Hudson.

-Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration.

-Ryan Howard.

-Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration.

-What line of work you in, Bob?

-The five families are the five companies

of Scranton Business Park.

The bosses rarely meet.

There's Michael Scott, Regional Manager, Dunder Mifflin.

Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration.

Paul Faust of Disaster Kits Limited.

They call him "Cool Guy" Paul.

W.B. Jones of W.B. Jones Heating and Air.

Grade-A badass.

And Bill Cress of Cress Tool and Dye.

Bill Cress is super old and really mean.

-Who invented cupcakes, right?

-Hey, hey, hey! Phyllis, what are you doing?

-I'm just saying "hi" to Bob.

-No, I think you're cutting in line.

-Settle down, Scott.

-No, I'm not gonna settle down. -No way. Unh-unh.

-Get in the back please. -Boooooo.

-Booooo.

-Back of the line. -Thank you.

-What a pair of Marys.

-This is Pretzel Day.

-And do you, Phyllis, take Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration,

to be your lawfully wedded husband?

-I do.

-Congratulations, Bob. You're a good man.

But just know...

if you ever lay a finger on Phyllis, I will kill you.

-If you ever lay I finger on Phyllis, I'll kill you.

-Agreed. No fingers will be laid on Phyllis.

-It is so nice to go out with another couple.

-Anything to get out of that office.

-I know.

-I honestly don't know how you can work with that jackass,

and that other jackass, and that new jackass.

-He's talking about Michael, Dwight, and Andy.

-Oh yeah, I understood.

-Whoa, excuse me. -Let's pick it up, Phyllis.

-Oh, slow.

[ Laughs ]

You guys are so slow. -Go get him, Bobby.

-Come on! I'm going backwards!

-Sick him! -Alright. Alright. Alright.

- And I know that I can't live without her

She's got a way

-I've decided you're a good boy.

-Scott.

What in the hell is going on, here?

-No, no, no. We worked it out. -You called Bob?

Phyllis. -I'm sorry.

I'm really sorry. It was earlier today.

-Okay.

-Hi, sweetheart. -You okay, baby? -I'm good, baby.

-Oh, God. Get a room, Santas.

-How much longer do we give them before we leave?

-This is yet another reason why our wedding

was so much better than this one.

-Ooh, that's a Twitter.

-What's the rule about eating when people are in the bathroom?

-I think, if you ordered hot food, you're allowed to eat.

-Oh. Damn.

They've been in there for, like, 10 minutes.

-Empty. -Mine, too.

[ Moaning ]

-Oh, boy. -Oh, my God. -Okay.

-Are you calling me an idiot?

Don't you ever talk to me that way,

you pathetic, short little man.

You don't have any friends, or any family, or any land.

-Yeah!

[ Cheers and applause ]

-Back in High School, I swear,

her nickname was "Easy Rider."

Now, as for Bob -- Bob Vance...

-Okay. That's enough. ---is a guy that...

-Thanks, Michael. Give me that.

-He works -- Okay. Hold, hold on, hold on. Look.

I didn't say anything when Phyllis' dad

upstaged me at the ceremony.

And I think you owe me this, okay?

-Give me the microphone. -No. I'm not going to.

-Give me. -- Give me the microphone, Michael.

It's okay. -Okay. Good.

-You're out of here. -Yeah, I'm --

you're out of here.

I hate you!

-Okay, then.

-So... -Where were we?

-Bowling. -Mm.

-Yep. Yep. Yeah.

-You didn't eat much, there, Jimbo.

-Oh, initially I did.

-Want some meat? -Oh, sure. A little piece.

Ooh, no mushroom, though.

-Forgot. -Yeah.

Thank you.

Hey, Angela. -Hi.

-Oh. The cat.

Is that the cat that bit Meredith?

-[ Spits ]

-Mind if I steal my wife?

-You can't steal was it legally your property.

-Are those staples?

-I have me hug.

-Yeah, well, Phyllis, nobody really wants a hug.

-I'll bid on a hug.

-She's your wife, you idiot.

-$100. -$200.

-Uh, what the hell is happening?

-$250. -What are you doing?

-I need a hug -- unless you're gonna give me one.

-Not here. -$300.

-$300. We have 300.

$300 going once. $300 going twice.

-$300 and one penny.

-$300 and one penny. $300 and one penny.

-$325. -$325. -$350.

-$350 and one penny. -$350 and one penny.

-$400. -$400. Hey, batter batter.

-$400 and one penny. -$400 and one penny.

-$500. -$500.

-$500 and one penny. -$500 and one penny.

One million dollar!

-$700. -$700.

-$700 and one penny.

-Humuna-humuna-humuna-humuna-hum u na-

-$1,000.

-Eh, it's not worth it.

-$1,000 going once. $1,000 going twice.

Sold for $1,000.

[ Applause ]

Nicely done.

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