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His fat, flabby beer gut doesn't help during the motivational speech.Brent's desperation to outdo Neil in the eyes of his staff is shown perhaps most memorably with an infamous dance routine in episode five.Brent's need to be recognized as a philosopher and intellectual is also displayed as he is frequently seen sharing inspirational and philosophical quotes with his employees, attempting to come across as if he himself has invented them.In truth, most of his statements are only direct quotations from such famous writers as George Bernard Shaw and Confucius, which Brent has difficulties in admitting.He imagines his workers find him very funny and enjoy his company, while still respecting him and looking up to him as a boss, even a fatherly figure.
Although depicted on-screen as incompetent, it is suggested that he has been successful in the past. raising profitability without losing staff), and in the second series he is both interviewed for a trade magazine and invited to be a motivational speaker, suggesting that his reputation is not as bad as viewers are led to expect.He also revealed that he was in a rock band called Foregone Conclusion, and claimed that they were once supported by Texas. However, his various attitudes and faux-pas — cringe worthy and insulting though they may appear — are rarely maliciously intended; they are frequently the result of extreme naivety and self-delusion, combined with a tendency to say the wrong thing at the wrong time.This is usually compounded by clumsy attempts at retractions, after realizing the insulting interpretations of his remarks.Similarly, while wanting to be regarded by his staff as "A friend first, and a boss second, probably an entertainer third", he displays a chronic lack of awareness and regard for others' feelings.In the first episode of the series, he brings Dawn to tears by joking that she is to be fired for stealing Post-it notes.