The Hills Have Eyes

Based on Wes Craven’s 1977 suspenseful cult classic, The Hills Have Eyes is the story of a family road trip that goes terrifyingly awry when the travelers become stranded in a government atomic zone. Miles from nowhere, the Carter family soon realizes the seemingly uninhabited wasteland is actually the breeding ground of a blood-thirsty mutant family…and they are the prey.

Calamity Jen

Denholm tries to reduce stress in the work place and invites a stress expert to give the employees a class about dealing with stress.  Meanwhile, Jen buys new shoes that are a few sizes too small, which leads to a very painful result.

Men Without Women

After making several unsuccessful advances, Douglas offers Jen the job as his new PA in order to get even closer to her. This we he hopes to slip a potion in her tea, that he obtained from a sorcerer and which should make Douglas irresistable to Jen.

From Hell

Douglas’s neglegance in running the company nearly ruins Reynholm Industries. Meanwhile, Jen has a builder over at her house to do some renovations. When Roy seems to remember the guy from being on a TV show “Builders from hell”, Jen get a bit nervous.

Friendface

The boys are introduced to a social networking website by Jen.  Through the site they get in touch with old acquaintances to which they brag a little bit too much, which leads to awkward situations.

Calendar Geeks

To raise money for charity, the girls of the 7th floor come up with the idea to do a nude calendar. Roy -who happens to be there to fix a computer- gets excited when the girls ask him to do the photography. Jen doesn’t like the idea so much and comes up with an alternative.

The Speech

Jen makes enemies of Roy and Moss after trying to assert herself more after being named as Employee of the Month. Douglas discovers that the woman who he loves is not quite as she seems.