Christian Sprenger serves as the director of photography. Jen Bryson and Cameron Ross serve as the editors for this episode of Atlanta. Gracie Hartmann serves as the assistant editor. Eric Binmoeller works on visual effects, while Ashley Sengstaken serves as the visual effects coordinator.
Vanessa eventually tracks down Lottie and Mr. Chocolate, who turns out to be portrayed by Donald Glover in an uncredited cameo. Glover also directed the Atlanta episode, which was written by Janine Nabers. It's here that \"Work Ethic!\" gets to the core of the conflict. Mr. Chocolate works on projects that traffic in negative stereotypes about Black people, which Perry has been criticized for. The posters that line the walls of Chocolate Studios preview movies that perpetuate caricatures about angry Black women, absentee Black fathers, and vague platitudes about working hard to overcome racism. In a sharper jab, Mr. Chocolate is revealed to favor light-skinned Black actors over ones with darker complexions.
Learn to say no. Saying no at work is probably one of the hardest things to do. You want to show others that you can do the job and that you have an incredible work ethic. Being the yes person at work does not make you the most valuable player. It eventually will wear you down to be the least productive teammate.
Mirror Mirror is a fourth season episode of House which first aired on October 30, 2007. A man without identification is found collapsed on the street after a 911 call. At first, he presents with a number of symptoms that make the team think he's faking until one life-threatening symptom which can't possibly be faked suddenly jumps out of the pack. House realizes that damage to the patient's frontal lobe has made him incapable of asserting his own personality or identity, and the patient is mirroring the personality of the most dominant person in the room. The team searches for clues to the patient's identity to try to improve his medical history, which appears to be the key to diagnosing his illness. In the meantime, they each gain insights into their own personality, but only one of the fellows takes the insights to heart enough to change their entire attitude about working with House. In the middle of this, Chase starts making book about which fellowship applicant will be the next to get the axe.
Brennan is doing tests when the patient starts acting like he doesn't want to be working in a hospital. He finds that the patient may have pus from a fungus. He orders treatment for it, which Amber administers. House asks Brennan why he let her perform the treatment. Brennan did it because he thinks House will eventually let him go. House reminds him that he has to stick around even though he really wants to work in the third world. House tells him that he's a good doctor and should stay. Brennan instead says he will leave in an hour when the patient is better. 59ce067264