By Son Hyun-jee, Tribune Reporter
A: Why don't I introduce you around? You can get your foot in the door*, and meet potential clientele.
B: I would love to, but my purses. I should keep them.
From The Office, Season 1 Episode 6
*Get your foot in the door: You can use this expression when you have started to be accepted in an organization or a profession that could bring you success. For example, with our internship program, graduates can ‘get their feet in the doors’ of potential employers.