While walking in a toy store, Michael discovers a digital drawing he made a while ago had been copied and put onto a brand of toys...
Well...I guess this is better than nothing...but they still keep the profit they earned from my design! And I don't get a cent!!
At home, he sends an email to the manufacturers regarding the incident and anxiously awaits their reply.
Oh yeah...no he should not have done that... mhmm. yep yep.
...and then he was like OH NO YOU'RE NOT! Like, can you BELIEVE IT?!!
The next day, after checking his inbox, Michael discovers that the manufacturers weren't taking responsibility and told him that he had likely made a mistake.
So...ready to order?
So in order to keep my work safe, I need to be careful, to remember add a watermark or signature.
Huh? Ohh, uh I'll have whatever he had!
Yep! I'll have the meal deal for a Big Wac, what about you Rosie?
So once again, he emailed the company and this time, they told him they would stop producing the products so he could stop trying to blame them.
He told his friend Rosie all about it at a restaurant later in the day and Rosie was very sympathetic...
Rosie finally starts paying attention and realizes that in order to protect her work, she must be very careful to not let this happen to her as well. Meanwhile Michael gets over his distress and starts ordering food.