Patrick Brewer : [Looking at David] Just think if we hadn't put these babies up front we wouldn't have sold two of them today.
Stevie Budd : And a brush!
David Rose : But at what price!
Patrick Brewer : I think the markup is good.
David Rose : [Moving his arms in a contortionist way] No! No! No! Fine! I'm terrible at compromise. There! I said it! Like Beyonce, I excel as a solo artist and my mom dressed me well into my teens!
Stevie Budd : Let it out David, let it out!
David Rose : I'm sorry but I know what looks correct. And this situation looks incorrect! Plungers up front in a store are incorrect, breath mints where the lip balms should be incorrect, these mountaineering shoes my boyfriend is wearing like Oprah on a Thanksgiving Day hike incorrect!
Patrick Brewer : I'm sorry? What did you say?
David Rose : I said that the mints need to be moved. The plungers need to be.
Patrick Brewer : You don't like my shoes?
David Rose : I didn't say that.
Stevie Budd : No, I heard him say that too.
Patrick Brewer : I'll just take my shoes off
David Rose : Or not. I didn't say that you had to take them off.
Stevie Budd : I think my work here is done.
David Rose : What work is that?
[Stevie exits the Apothecary with a plunger in her hand]
Patrick Brewer : My boyfriend doesn't like my shoes so I'll just take them off.
David Rose : [David sits in Patrick's lap] But before you do that just so you know socked feet in a public place is also incorrect.
Patrick Brewer : We all do what we need to do.
[David and Patrick kiss each other]