Business Industries is a company that appears in "The Executive Treatment."




It is a tall green and red building. It has a glass automatic door on its exterior. The red on the exterior likely comes from mold and rust. There are multiple windows and chimneys along the building.


On the bottom floor, there is a punch in/out clock where they punch in their tickets on the wall. It has blue metal walls and yellow tile floors. There are pictures along the wall. Towards the back of the bottom floor, is a purple metal floor with an elevator. The elevator can take them up to the 115th floor. On the 115th floor, it has a hallway with yellow metal walls with green tiles. It then leads up to Conference Room 4-B. In Conference Room 4-B, it has brown metal walls with a light blue floor. There is a table with 7 seats on each side, with multiple windows on the side of the room. There are also circular lamps hanging from the ceiling.

There is also another room with blueish-green walls, with a yellow and gold checkered pattern floor. In that room, there is a blue oven, with a bulletin board above it. Next to the bulletin board is a sign that says "Hang in There". There is also a purple printer next to a blue recycling bin. There is also another room where it has blue iron walls, a blue floor, and a yellow ceiling. There is a purple table with two brown chairs and a yellow water cooler.

Role in episode

After Patrick is mistaken as an executive, Patrick is pushed into the building by several other business people. While they go up the lift, it is shown that it has lots of floors. When Patrick and the business people arrive at the top floor, they get to conference room 4-B. This is where the majority of the episode takes place in.

Associated characters


  • The elevator takes Patrick to floor number "115," but the Business Industries building only has about 18 floors from the outside.
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