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A caller is in a tight spot. Hot-tub night leaves a nutty odor. Simon shills the Laser Razor. A customer prefers a slower pace. A caller requests a specific support specialist.
A caller’s model is having connectivity issues. A backpacker inquires about product hardiness. Simon advertises for Bannister’s Electronics, friend of the show. A disgruntled customer misunderstands the product. An elderly couple looks to reinvigorate their marriage.
A customer seeks to fill the spot left by his late wife. A repeat caller connects with a support technician. Armando Salazar presents Salazar’s Exotic Exhibitions. A customer is concerned her model may be recording her. A member of the press seeks information concerning Silicon Angels.
A couple is getting divorced and must settle custody. An eager customer calls, misunderstanding the purpose of the phone number. Some dudes call, curious if their third-party models are cross-compatible. Simon requests advertising. A caller needs help migrating user permissions. An eager customer gets redirected to the sales department.
An enterprising film-maker calls about using the models in his work. A repeat caller gets the runaround. This episode is sponsored by Locologos Moving Tattoos. A customer wants to call his model bad names. A customer and her husband inquire about an incomplete model.
A sales tech answers a suspicious call. A field tech calls the home office for additional information. Simon calls Barry. This episode is brought to you by Armando Salazar. Harry deals with an irate customer. A caller finds an abandoned model. Barry calls Simon.
A member of Support Tech Management gives Dmitri his review. A divorcing couple involves their arbitrator in a call. A caller has to puzzle out which limb matches which model. This episode is brought to you by Loco No Logos Tattoon Removal. Some fraternity members call to prepare their models for a party. Trent attempts to flatter Julie. Barry tells Simon he has some competition.
A member of Support Tech Management gives Adrienne her review. Julie gives Trent a piece of her mind. This episode contains a PSA from the law offices of Garofalo Myers & Schmidt. A caller has questions about model scents. A priest peruses the Silicon Angels catalogue. A customer inquires about a wilder type of model.
A member of Support Tech Management gives Gerhardt his review. An independent journalist has a few questions for the company. An intern at a nursing home wants to order in bulk. This episode is brought to you by Mean Dean Gleaner’s Cleaner Weiner Weiner Cleaner. An elderly customer wants his model to join him for dinner. A caller wants to rehabilitate a mistreated model. Simon deals with some voicemails.
A member of Support Tech Management gives Julie her review. Simon attempts to secure an interview. A customer worries about its model’s social media use. A caller wants her model to want something. Armando Salazar establishes a legal fund. A married couple is worried about their missing model. Simon answers a phone call.
Simon has to record a short message to his listeners as he is on the lam. Silicon Angels is getting closer.
A member of Support Tech Management gives Harry his review. A customer wants to put his models to work. A representative of the Sales team calls in with his own issue. This episode is brought to you by SPASM Sound Effect Subscription Box. An entertainer calls in after losing part of his model. A Support Technician accepts a collect call from Faulkner County Detention Facility. Simon talks to Barry one last time.
A member of Support Tech Management gives Quaid his review. Julie answers a call from a familiar voice. This episode is brought to you by Armando Salazar. Valerie deals with a long-winded customer. Harry takes one last call. Sampson test-drives a new feature. Simon signs off.