"Do"s and "Don't"s - A Guide to Modern Etiquette in the Workplace is a comedy short made in conjunction with the New Zealand stage show "Feel Felt Found," written and performed by Nic Sampson (Chip, Mystic Force) and his co-stars Barnay Fredric and Ryan Richards. The 6-minute short, hosted by Ron Howard (played by Fredric), shows viewers the proper workplace behavior and also practices to avoid. Howard encounters two employees, Mr. Right and Mr. Wrong, who illustrate different types of workplace situations and how they should be handled. Sampson appears throughout the short, portraying Mr. Wrong, who consistently creates workplace problems due to his behavior, which includes using the women's bathroom, exposing himself at a holiday party, and signing business deals in blood. Nic Sampson and Ryan Richards previously appeared together in the "Curve Ball" web pilot, which also featured Chelsea McEwan Millar, who also appears in this web short playing the secretary often terrorized by Mr. Wrong's antics.
"Do"s and "Don't"s - A Guide to Modern Etiquette in the Workplace can be seen on Youtube
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