As we reach our early 20s and face the daunting challenges of real life, there are those who choose to embark on a career path and those who'd rather goof off with pals. And then, every so often, there's someone who sets out to do both.
Russ wants to secure a new route to the hot party destination of Reykjav
Russ totals Sam's car in the company parking garage and rushes to cover up his crime and ease his guilt by lending Sam his motorcycle and sending him on a first-class business trip to Hawaii.
Russ's employees know he doesn't mean it when he tells everyone not to give him gifts for his birthday. They scramble to get him the most expensive and elaborate gifts they can find.
When Russ wants to attract more families to TransAlliance Airlines, he asks his team to create a fun and original icon for the kids.
When Sam is invited to a business lunch with Russ and all of his friends from the other airlines - including Russ' nemesis "The Dutch" - he finally feels like he's arrived.
Sam doesn't understand why Meryl is so angry at him for nominating her for a prestigious award that's only for female executives.
Russ has to take drastic measures to keep TransAlliance in the black and asks his team to take on a corporate sponsor. When Sam is assigned the task, he initially resists because he feels they are selling out.
When Russ' dearest friend Crazy Goat dies, Russ asks his staff to come up with crazy ways to make the company money just like Crazy Goat would.
After Sam's meeting with the American Association of Plus-Sized Adults goes terribly wrong, he is forced wear a fat suit on a Trans-Alliance flight to understand their plight.
Sam has to let Meryl down easy after Russ' good friend Ralph, a legend in the airline industry, offers to help him on a new project. When the project ends up becoming a circus, Sam begs Meryl to take him back, but she's not one to forgive that easily.