Garrett: [over PA] Attention, all remaining customers. The governor has declared a state of emergency. Customers are advised to get home before conditions worsen, which begs the question, what about employees who also drive cars and also have families and/or video games to get home to?
Glenn: [over PA] Yeah, I- I checked on that, and corporate would like us to stay until closing so...
Amy: [scoffs] [over PA] Glenn, this is crazy. It's really bad out there.
Glenn: Oh, I don't know. Maybe it's starting to lighten up a bit.
Jonah: [over PA] No, actually, it's getting worse. Uh, they're calling it the snow-poca-blizz. Oh, wait, nope, that's just some guy on Twitter trying to get it going.
Glenn: Okay, well, you know, I'll try 'em again. [phone beeping over P.A.]
Jonah: Oh, no, no, no, Glenn, no, that's you're still using the intercom phone. [beeping and feedback over PA.]
Amy: Put it down.
Glenn: Oh, phooey to corporate. Let's just get outta here.
Garrett: You heard the man, go, go!
Man: [over PA] Okay, before you go, can you unlock the razor case? I don't know why you guys lock up the razor blades.
Dina: [over PA] They're actually one of the most shoplifted items: high-ticket and easy to pocket. People also steal name-brand detergent, condoms, baby formula. You wouldn't think it, but they sell it and buy heroin. Pretty grim. Anyway, happy to help.