Hey, I enjoyed the hell out of this!
The waking-up-Ted scene was hilarious, as was the long take when Ted brings in his stuff, which shows your great eye for comic staging. And I love that you even stage things! There’s no run-and-gun stuff here. The actors are really well-tuned to each other’s performances, especially the scenes with a lot of things happening at once.
And the small details: the way the boss pisses, the way Scurble (?) touches Walters hair when she walks away, the way the cousin mouths something after saying ”c’mon Walter she’s happy for you”, that little laugh the older guy has after saying ”personal reasons” and miming the drinking, the elevator shutting while they hug. You’re good at keeping the laughs coming, no matter how small. It could list many more.
Sometimes the cuts seem a little unmotivated. Maybe to cut around performance?
How did you work with the actors to acheive that weird tone?