|Season 1, Episode 5|
|Air date||December 1, 2007|
|Written by||Felicia Day|
|Directed by||Jane Selle Morgan|
Felicia Day as Cyd "Codex" Sherman
Jeff Lewis as Herman "Vork" Holden
Amy Okuda as April "Tinkerballa" Lou
Vincent Caso as Simon "Bladezz" Kemplar
Robin Thorsen as Clara "Clara" Beane
Sandeep Parikh as Sujan Balakrishnan "Zaboo" Goldberg
Also Starring: Edit
Tara Caso as Dena Kemplar
Codex struggles to keep the Guild meeting on track, and everything turns out great! Not.
- This episode marks the first appearance of Dena, who will make minor appearances throughout the series.
- This episode marks the first time all members of the guild have met face to face.
- We learn Bladezz's real name is Simon in this episode.
- This episode is the first in which someone joins Cyd when she's talking to her webcam. This will happen a few more times during the series.
- We learn what each of the guild members do for a living; Clara and her husband work in pharmaceuticals, Cyd is a violinist, Vork was taking care of his grandfather full time until he passed away.
- Vork's suit used to be his grandfather's. He also still collects his social security checks.
- This is the first time Cyd turns to her guild mates to help her with Zaboo.
- Bladezz reveals that Vork gave him the entire Guild bank, giving him a lot of leverage against the Guild.
Behind the Scenes Edit
- Starting this episode Cyd's bed is on the opposite wall in her room.
- Shooting in the restaurant was the first time the entire cast met and worked together face to face.
- Felicia Day was a child prodigy, learning to play violin at the age of 2 1/2.
- Vork's cheese gouging monologue is one of Felicia Day's favorite things she's ever written for the show.
- Clara was not originally a drinker, just ditzy. This character development was started by Robin Thorsen requesting a stand-in Cosmo during this episode.
- The collated agendas were constructed by production designer Leah Mann.
- The Knights of Good logo was made by tweaking clip art.
- Dena is played by Vince Caso's real life sister Tara Caso.
- "Clear Blue Ocean" was from a real relaxation tape that Jeff Lewis actually used.
- This is the last episode directed by Jane Selle Morgan.