The next phase of the PC project is design. Believing it could be aesthetically beautiful and not just another beige box, Joe is able to call in an old friend, top industrial designer Simon Church, to come up with a concept. Simon's arrival onto the scene has the possibility to alienate both Gordon and Cameron, but for different reasons. Gordon is feeling tired of people not listening to him, and acts upon his new-found albeit temporary freedom with the girls while Donna is out of town on business. Donna, on the other hand, may also act upon her new temporary freedoms based on a business meeting and a telephone call home to Gordon. And while he has been issued a divorce petition, an action which no one in the company knows about, John gets more bad news: the PC project is out of money, and without a quick cash influx, the entire company could shut down within a week if the PC project proceeds. John has to find some money to tie them over until COMDEX in a couple of weeks, without ...
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The "Cardiff Giant" was a famous hoax from the late 1860's in which a business man named George Hull, hired men to create what was ostensibly a petrified corpse out of gypsum. After burying the "corpse" he then payed some New York laborers to dig a well at which point they "found" the body. Hull then used the publicity to turn a profit by charging admission to see the "body". Hull would later admit in the press that it was all a hoax. The giant was sold in 1947 to the Farmer's Museum in Cooperstown, NY and as of May, 2018 is still on display there. See more
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