In the dramatic monologue Test Me, Sean approaches a regular at a bar about talking to his girl and he gives him a warning.
SEAN: Hey. You think you’re slick, Jeremy? Huh? You walk around here like a drunken fool. Casually coming into the bar like your everybody’s best friend. Coming in with your bullshit stories and your wise cracks. I don’t like you. I don’t trust you. I take one look at you and I see right through you. I see who you really are.
I know what you do behind closed doors. I’ve heard the stories. People talk about you because you’re always bragging about your manly endeavors with women. What a joke you are. If you’re wife even knew. I want you to know one thing, if you talk to my girl again, if you even think you have a shot, I’ll bury you. You understand, PLAYA? (beat) Okay, good. As long as we’re clear, we’re good. I don’t care what you do in your life, just don’t come close to mine. (beat) Got it? (beat)
(Sean walks out of the bar)
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