David & Patrick Quotes
Quotes from David and Patrick's relationship.
David: What's going on?
Patrick: So I used to come on this hike a lot, when I first moved here, and I was, uh, I was developing feelings for this guy I had just gotten into business with. And I didn't know what to do about it because I didn't know if that guy had the same feelings. Or if I'd ever be able to muster up the courage to let him know how I felt. And now, here he is. The love of my life, standing in front of me. [David sobs] And this just felt like the perfect place to ask you to marry me.
David: [sobs] Wha- Are you sure?
Patrick: Easiest decision of my life.
David: [laughs; Patrick and David kiss] Are these 24-karat? It's a yes, it's a yes! I love you.
Patrick: So, why don't we start with the name of the business?
David: Oh, um, I'm oscillating between two names at the moment, so if we could just leave that one blank, that would be great.
Patrick: Sure, sure. Give you more time to oscillate. Um, business address?
David: Okay, so I'm working on that. Um, I'm currently staying in a motel, and I think it might be confusing if I gave you the address to another business.
Patrick: Y-Yeah, for sure. We'll leave that blank as well. Battin' a thousand here, David.
David: I don't know what that means.
Moira: [sniffles] Good... [voice breaks] Good evening, everyone, welcome to the marriage of Patrick Brewer and David... [voice breaks] David Rose. We are gathered here today to celebrate the love between two people, whose lives were ostensibly brought together by the fated flap of a butterfly wing. It is all but impossible to explain why things happen the way they do. Our lives are like little bébé crows, carried upon a curious wind. And all we can wish, for our families, for those we love, is that that wind will eventually places us on solid ground. And I believe it's done just that for my family here. In this little town. In the middle of nowhere.
Patrick: David, I can't believe this is happening. I'm gonna keep this very short because I think you already know that I would climb a thousand mountains for you. So I'll just say this: you will always be a part of me. [singing] And I'm part of you indefinitely Boy don't you know you can't escape me 'Cause you know you'll always be my baby And we'll linger on Time can't erase a feeling this strong No way you're never gonna shake me Ooh darling 'cause you'll always be my baby
David: Patrick, I've never liked a smile as much as I like yours. I've never felt as safe as I do when I'm with you. [crying] I've never known love, like I have when we're together. It's not been an easy road for me. But... knowing that you will always be there for me at the end of it, makes everything okay. Patrick Brewer, you are my happy ending.
Patrick: All right, um, I would like to dedicate this song to a very special someone in my life. David Rose.
Patrick: There he is, right there. That's him. Can't miss him.
Moira: You'll let me know if I should pull the fire alarm?
Patrick: [playing guitar and singing "The Best" by Tina Turner]
David: Okay, you couldn't use anything I just said?
Patrick: I'll tell you what. Why don't you take these home with you, and just fill them out when you have a a clearer idea of what you want to do with your business.
David: Okay, um I do have a clear idea.
Patrick: Oh! You've settled on a name, then?
David: Um... You're either very impatient, or extremely sure of yourself.
Patrick: I threw you a bit of a change-up there, huh?
David: Yeah, again, I don't know what that means, I don't play cricket.
Patrick: [laughs] Look, take this, it's my card, and I feel like you will need it.
David: Uh, you know what, I think I'm good. Um, so thank you for this.
Patrick: It's nice to meet you, David.
David: Like they know about "us", right?
Patrick: Okay. Listen, David. I've have been wanting to tell them about us. I really have, I just was waiting to do it in person, and then I didn't go home for the holidays, and then I was feeling so comfortable with you, and your family.
David: Yeah. Yeah, I-I don't know why I assumed, um... So all this time, your parents thought they were just talking to your your business partner?
Patrick: Okay. David, I know my parents are good people, I just... [emotional exhale] Hmm, I can't shake this, this fear that there is a small chance that this could change everything. That they might see me differently, or treat me differently.
Patrick: But I'm gonna deal with this as soon as I see them next, okay?
David: Okay, what you're dealing with is very personal. And something you should only do on your terms. Okay? That's why I brought this couple home one day in college, and just told my parents to deal with it.
Patrick: What you're doing is very brave.
Patrick: Very generous, okay? And I don't wanna add more stress to your day, but I love you.
David: Okay, so so you just said that to me for the first time, knowing that it would make my day more stressful.
Patrick: That's correct.
David: Because you know that I've never said that to anyone else, aside from my parents twice, and one time at a-
Patrick: Mariah Carey concert, I know. Yeah. And I don't expect you to say it back to me, right now. You say it when you're ready. It just felt right to me, in the moment. You're my Mariah Carey.
David: Okay. That compliment could bring me to tears, but I'm not gonna let it. So, I... would like to thank you for all the wonderful things that you said.
David: This is the first gift I haven't bought myself in a very long time. So, thank you.
Patrick: You're gonna be so underwhelmed when you open it. Trust me. It's not- See. It's nothing.
Stevie: What is it?
Patrick: Uh, it's just the, um, receipt from our first sale at the store.
David: Um, this is not nothing. So, thank you.
Patrick: I didn't want it to affect what we have. Okay? And I mean it when I tell you that you have nothing to worry about. 'Cause no matter how hard I tried with her, it just never felt right. And up until recently, I didn't understand why. David, I've spent most of my life not knowing what right was supposed to feel like, and then I met you. And everything changed. You make me feel right, David.
David: That is quite possibly one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard anyone say. Um, outside of the "Downton Christmas Special".
Patrick: It's the truth.
Moira: Patrick, do you take David to be your lawfully wedded husband?
Patrick: I do.
Moira: And David. [voice breaks, shouts] David, do you take Patrick to be your lawfully wedded husband?
David: I do.
Moira: I now pronounce you husband and husband. You may kiss each other.
Patrick: Well, there's something that, uh, that I've been meaning to tell you.
Marcy: You can tell us anything.
Clint: Honey, let's just let him talk.
Patrick: Uh, yeah. So I guess this doesn't really come naturally. Um... David-
Marcy: He seems like a really great partner, honey.
Marcy: In business.
Patrick: Yeah, he is. He's also a great partner outside of business. We're together. David is my boyfriend. And I've never been happier in my life. And so I just, I hope you guys can accept that.
Marcy: Ohh! You are the only thing in the world that matters to us. And if David makes you happy, then that's all we care about.
Clint: I like him. I like him a lot.
Patrick: Me too.
Clint: I don't understand his clothes, but... [all laugh]
Patrick: Ah, you will in time. Oh man, I didn't know how I was gonna tell you guys.
Marcy: Well, we're just glad you finally did. Happy birthday, my sweet boy.
Patrick: Thank you.
Patrick: How'd it go with Ted?
David: [kisses Patrick] I love you. [holding back tears]
Patrick: I know I'll never be able to compete with Mariah.
Patrick: It just kind of feels like one of those perfect moments that you dream about. Except in my dream, I'm holding a nice cup of tea.
David: Oh, fuck.
Patrick: I'm kidding. I don't need the tea.
David: No, I am making this perfect moment, perfect.
Patrick: I'm tired.
David: Oh, okay. Well, you know what, we should probably get you over to the bed.
Patrick: Okay. You know what I really wanna do with you?
David: Uh-huh. Ethically speaking, I don't think we can do that with you in this state.
Patrick: Have a baby.
David: 'Kay, we will make a baby as soon as you sober up.
Patrick: Oh no, not make a baby. Have a baby. Like I wanna have like a little baby with you. And we could just love it and hold it and bounce it.
David: Yeah, that's a... that's a big one-eighty.
Patrick: You would be such a good dad.
David: Have we met?
Patrick: I wish you were my dad.
David: Okay, now we're just spiraling off in all directions.
David: Well, that was a fun night.
Patrick: I'm really glad that I decided to invest in your business, David.
David: That is really lovely thing to say.
Patrick: "And I'm so glad you did, Patrick, because you've really helped to turn it into the success that it is."
David: Hmm. A bold claim. [David kisses Patrick]
Patrick: Thank you.
David: For what?
Patrick: Um, I've never done that before with a guy.
Patrick: Yeah. And uh, [chuckle], I was getting a little scared that I was gonna let you leave here without us having done that. So, uh, thank you for, um, making that happen for us.
Moira: You and Patrick are two good grapes. Different notes, different tannins, but... together, you've managed to make one perfect blend.
David: Thank you.
Moira: That being said...
David: Oh my God.
Moira: If I may impart a slice of marital sagacity: you and I, we're two potent grapes. You know, there's a lot of your father in Patrick.
David: Don't need that.
Moira: But just because their notes are subtle doesn't mean they require any less attention.
David: Says the woman who literally convinced me to leave my partner alone at home, watching a baseball game.
Moira: You know I'm right. Your father and I have produced beautiful wine together for over forty years.
Moira: And I have absolutely no doubt that your relationship with Patrick is going to get even better with age.
Patrick: Mr. Rose, I don't wanna cut you off, but um... [clears throat] I'm glad we have a minute to talk. Because I, I hope it goes without saying that, as lucky as I feel to have met David, I also feel incredibly lucky to be joining your family. I love your son and I will always do everything I can to respect him and to protect him from all of the things in life that can set him off. And there are many, many things that can set him off...
Johnny: [laughs] Oh, I'm aware, yeah. Um... oh boy, that... pretty much covers it. Uh, I was only gonna say that I... I hope you treat him with... respect, which you just said you would, and, of course... I already knew it.
Patrick: I'm glad we had this talk, Mr. Rose.
Johnny: Me too. Me too.
Patrick: All right.
David: Have I ever told you how sexy it is to walk in here and see you doing, um, inventory? And wearing those little rubber thimbles on your fingers?
Patrick: They help me flip the pages easier.
David: Hot. Hot sex.
Patrick: Okay, David, well I'm gonna go to dinner, and if you wanted to join me, and pay for it, that could be a start.
David: Yeah, maybe I could do that. Uh, I just think I have something to do first, so...
Patrick: What is this?
David: Consider this my olive branch. [David dances and lip syncs as Tina Turner's "The Best" plays]
David: Um, is that your juice?
Patrick: Ah, no. Technically, I think it's our juice, ah, because you just took it from the fridge and didn't pay for it so Mm-hm.
David: Um, it's just that I don't normally share beverages with people.
Patrick: Really? That is shocking news.
David: Yeah. Yeah. Fortunately, um, you look like you have a clean mouth, so...
Patrick: Sorry. A clean mouth?
David: Yeah. Some people have nice, clean mouths, and some people have sloppy mouths.
Patrick: I see.
Patrick: Ah, either way you do need to call the electrician to hang these lights that were supposed to be up a week ago.
David: Yeah. Yeah. I was waiting I was waiting for a call back from him.
David: But you know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna follow up.
David: Can I have my juice back, please?
Patrick: No. You have a sloppy mouth.
Patrick: So I didn't love seeing my boyfriend kissing some other guy.
David: I'm sorry, are you saying you were jealous?
Patrick: David, I'm not playing this game with you.
David: No, you just said you didn't like seeing your boyfriend kissing another guy.
Patrick: Okay, fine. He's a handsome guy. I might've been a little jealous.
David: So, you think he's handsome then?
Patrick: What? [sighs] He's like- He goes to the gym.
David: Goes to the gym?
Patrick: Oh, my God.
David: Wow, okay, so when you said you were jealous, were you saying you were jealous of him, or jealous of me? Because I thought you were saying you were jealous of him.
David: Not the answer I was looking for.
Patrick: David, I love you, and I really appreciate what you were trying to do for me, but I feel no need to meet up with other guys right now.
David: Okay, I mean if that's what you want, then I guess I'm... I'm fine with it, I mean, I'm easy either way. [David and Patrick kiss]
Patrick: Oh. Also, this is gonna sound totally petty, but something about his shoes just made me feel really weird, 'cause they were like, long and pointy, but then...
David: Squared off at the toe.
David: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. I know, it's okay. It's okay.
Patrick: Okay, this is a really long hug now.
David: Just need one more minute, mmm-hmm.
Patrick: So we're doing all of this so that you can prove our relationship is exciting?
David: I failed the stupid quiz, and Alexis made me feel bad about it.
Alexis: David, you're basically 40 years old, I shouldn't be able to make you feel bad about anything.
David: I love our relationship. I love it when you order me pizza. I love when you use words like inventory! I even love those stupid rubber things you put on your fingers, 'cause you think they flip the pages faster. They don't flip the pages faster. They don't flip the pages faster! I'm so sorry!
Patrick: We're gonna talk about the fact that we missed half a day of work to make this happen, But you did just do a tree walk 30 feet in the air for us.
David: Yes, I did.
Stevie: Ooh, what's that?
Patrick: What's what?
Stevie: You got a little red um is that a bug bite? Or a little mouth shaped sunburn? Looks like a hickey, actually.
Patrick: But it's not, it's not a It's not a hickey, right? Because that would be disgusting, and wildly unprofessional. David, did you give me a hickey?!
David: Okay no, I didn't, I gave you a-a half hickey, because we haven't had the time or the privacy for me to give you a full hickey!
David: I was ready to get back together days ago!
Patrick: Then why didn't we?
David: I've never been in this situation before. Where someone's been so nice to me. And generous.
Patrick: I'm sorry, were you holding back on talking to me because you were getting gifts?
David: I was very upset, and confused. So upset, that I barely finished the chocolates.
Patrick: David, this wasn't meant to be some Advent calendar of apologies, it was like an olive branch to get you to talk to me.
David: I just, I guess, didn't know, how many olive branches you were planning on extending.
Patrick: Ideally, one!
Patrick: David, what is going on?
David: You're wearing a blindfold. I'm not just gonna tell you what's going on. [clears throat] Okay. You can take it off now.
Patrick: Hey, you do know that I've already seen this house, right?
David: I do.
Patrick: So then why are we here?
David: Because I put an offer in. And they accepted.
Patrick: What? What about New York? I thought that's where you wanted to be?
David: I thought so, too. But it's not where you wanna be. And I don't wanna be anywhere you don't wanna be.
Patrick: David, I promise I will make you so happy here.
David: You fucking better.
David: So inevitably there might come a point where you find yourself curious about being with other people. So why not explore that now, so that we don't have to have this conversation five years down the line.
Patrick: Oh, so you think we're gonna be together 5-years from now?
David: I think a cute boy gave you his number, and you should go for dinner, and run free. Best case scenario, you realize how good you have it with me. Worst case scenario, you realize how good you have it with me. Fun!
David: Well, this was a success.
Patrick: I would say so. Yeah. Although, you know, we'd be, uh, 25 percent richer if we just done a hard launch. But hey, I'm just a numbers guy.
David: Mm-hm. Um, but had we not done the soft launch we wouldn't have lured all those people.
Patrick: Mm. Well, you know, the best thing is that we never have to talk about it again because we've officially open.
David: That is true.
Patrick: Congratulations, man.
David: Congratulations to you. [Patrick and David hug]
Patrick: [light flickers] I can fix that.