As we predicted, everyone knew the source of last week's teaser. The library clerk-in-meltdown was Mary, played by TGPP (The Great Parker Posey) in the classic movie beloved by ambitious library-school students everywhere, Party Girl (1995). Megan: as negotiated offline, you win a top-of-the-range DDC bookmark but only if you get this week's teaser right too. Cliff: since our extensive investigations on the interweb revealed that you are in fact a well-known OCLC employee, I'm afraid you're ineligible for this particular competition, but please feel free to enter under an amusing pseudonym like a lot of cunning readers seem to do. This week's teaser may be even easier than last week's, but, listen, we're still excited about it, okay? The question: From which work of lasting cultural significance is the following exchange extracted?
"What makes you think you could be the librarian?"
"Well, I've read a lot of books ... I know the Dewey Decimal System, Library of Congress, research paper orthodoxy, web searching, and I can set up an RSS feed."
"Everyone can do that. They're librarians."