WAFFLES: Do you need help, Boss?
KATIE: Does it look like I need help?
WAFFLES: I don't know. Maybe I should look.
KATIE: Look for what?
WAFFLES: Look to see if you need help.
KATIE: I don't need any help, Waffles.
WAFFLES: But you ASKED. You asked if it looks like you need help. So I should probably look, you know, to see if you need help.
KATIE: Waffles, I DON'T need your help. That was a rhetorical question.
KATIE: Something you say to make a point. It's a question that doesn't have an answer.
WAFFLES: But how can a question not have an answer? Wouldn't that make it, uh.. not a question?
KATIE: That's not how it works.
WAFFLES: So when you asked me if it looked like you needed help, you weren't really asking me if it looked like you needed help?
KATIE: Pretty much.
WAFFLES: But what if you really NEEDED help?
KATIE: I wouldn't be asking you.
WAFFLES: Boss, I think you need help.
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