It's Career Day, and Milo is having a hard time deciding what his career should be. He tries to decide while visiting the waterworks, fire department, and hospital. But of course, everything goes wrong. Meanwhile, Dakota and Cavendish try and make sure a shipment truck full of pistachios make it to the pistachio warehouse.
A Safety Inspector
"So we're supposed to pick a career today?"
"The job that we're going to have for the rest of our lives? Today?"
"When I was little I wanted to be a journalist or queen of the universe."
"You know only one of those is actually a career."
"When I was little, I wanted to be a robot."
"And that's not a career at all, also none of those are on the list."
- "An ophtha-what now?" - "They make prescription eye glasses and contact lenses."
"An ophthalmolic laboratory technician. And no... but, maybe? I don't know."
"I already did. Here, I wrote it in."
- "Journalist slash queen of the universe." - "Now it's a career."
"And some of these don't even sound like real jobs. Animator? I think it's a typo. But what if that is a real job? How will I ever decide?"
"As the city's key safety inspector, most of my job is just to show up. When I'm around anything that can go wrong tends to."
"And therefore, whatever safety precautions are in effect will be tested to the limit."
"So what are the odds of something going wrong while we're here?"
- "Fourteen to one." - "Really?"
"And over here is the aeration tank."
- "We should get one of those for our house." - "Sure would help with."
Diogee in a hard hat
"You heard him boy, on your way."
"Huh, here's a job called middle management."
- "Though I'm not sure why middles need to be managed." - "Me neither. I've never seen an unruly middle."
Looks at the falling screw
Zack gives Melissa 5-dollar
"Diogee, go home."
"Don't worry kids, we'll be fine once the high pressure water vents open."
"Come on kids. Time to visit Melissa's father at the fish hatchery."