- Where's your headrest?
Where is your headrest?
- Oh, I lost it.
- What do you mean you lost it?
How do you lose a headrest?
- I don't know, I lost it.
- You don't know but you lost it?
- Why don't know how you lose it?
Do you take it out?
Like mine's always here, always here.
I can always depend on my headrest
being where I rest my head.
- Well, it's not that big of a deal.
- It's not a big deal but I'm saying it's pretty weird
that your headrest is gone,
you don't seem to care about it
and you don't have any explanation
as to why it's missing.
- Okay, well, look, sometimes I will take my headrest off
and wash it and change the cushions.
It's not a big deal.
- How long you been doing this?
- For years.
- Why have you never cleaned mine?
- Oh God, because I don't care about your side of the car.
And now you're down a headrest.
- Okay, fine, I'll take care of this right now.
Dispatch, this is car 27, come in, please.
- [Dispatch] Dispatch, come in, car 27.
- Hey Janice, can you order me a headrest?
- [Janice] Sure, did you lose one?
- [Janice] No worries, I'll order you a new one.
- Sweet, love it, thank you.
- Janice, this is Cullin here.
Is this a thing?
Headrests go missing often do they?
- [Janice] Well, stuff can get lost, can't it?
- Yeah, but this is a headrest.
It's firmly fixed.
I haven't called in asking for a new steering wheel, have I?
- [Janice] Have you lost your steering wheel?
- No, of course I haven't lost a steering wheel.
It's right here.
- [Janice] So, you don't need a steering wheel?
- No, I don't need a steering wheel.
- [Janice] All right, dispatch out.
Here's my headrest.
I put it on the floor.
I was trying to elevate my feet
'cause I get these bad calf cramps.
I better cancel that.
But you know, it doesn't hurt to have a spare headrest.
- I guess not.
- Hey, did you want one?
- Janice, this is car 27, dispatch, come in, please.
- [Janice] This is dispatch, come in.
- Hey Janice, can you order us two headrests?
- [Janice] Sure, we'll make it two.
- Super, thank you so much.
- [Janice] Okay, dispatch out.
- Hey Janice, can we get a new hook
for our radio?
- [Janice] Absolutely, sending out a hook as well.
- Did you say hook or hooker?
- I better clear that up.
Janice, did you think I said hook or hooker?
- [Janice] I thought you said hook.
- Okay, yeah, that's what I said too.
Just want to make sure.
I don't want you to send a hooker.
- [Janice] Copy that, sending a hook and two headrests.
- Yes, exactly, thank you so much.
- [Janice] Dispatch out.
- Over and out.
What a fruitful little passage here.
- Oh God, I miss my headrest.
- You got one coming.
- [Man] Car 27, no activity.