The original scene where Justin will kiss Brian: Justin is supposed to push Brian to the wall near the door and kiss him. But they changed it because when Randy(Justin) pushed Gale(Brian) to the wall, the wall cracked.
Brian (in the gym) and Michael (on the tape) both were called/said (respectivly) they were 29, even though BOTH had their supposedly DeathDay when they turned 30 prior.
Justin: Oh, I love this song. Do you like this song?
Brian: It fills the void.
Justin: I haven't danced in forever.
Brian: Knock yourself out.
(Justin looks at Brian, then looks away.)
Justin: No rush. I've got all night.
Brian: Don't you have to be at work in the morning?
Justin: So do you.
Brian: Yeah, the only difference is, I don't have to impress my boss so he doesn't fire my ass. (walking away from Justin and the bar.) Thanks for the drink.
Brian: The ubiquitous Justin Taylor.
Justin: Fancy meeting you here.
Brian: Fancy that.
Emmett: I feel like the town slut on prom night! Again!
Justin: I don't do boyfriends.
Brian: Since when?
Justin: Since we broke up.
Brian: What happened to the love that was going to last for an eternity?
Justin: Eternities aren't as long as they used to be.
Brian: Orange is the new blue? What the f*** was that? Justin: She asked me. Brian: Well, who told you to answer? Justin: I was just trying to be helpful. Brian: By undercutting me in front of the client? Your job was to put up the boards, which you could barely do, and keep your mouth shut. Justin: I'm sorry, it won't happen again. Brian: You're damn right it won't. You're through. Justin: Are you firing me? Brian: You wanted the job experience right? Lesson one: You f*** up, you're gone. Justin: But you got the account. Brian: And she got my balls, thanks to you. Justin: Brian. (pauses) Mr. Kinney. I would appreciate it if you'd give a second chance. Brian: I never should have given you the first one. Now, pack up your sh*t and go home. Justin: I guess I should have expected this. After all, you never wanted me here to begin with. Didn't wanna have to see my face everyday when you came into work. Although I guess a part of me was kinda hoping that eventually you wouldn't mind it. Maybe you'd even get used to it. I guess I was wrong to think that…hmm… f*** it! Never mind. Brian: What? When your little romance with Paganini junior was over you could come running back? Justin: Yeah, something like that. Brian: (laughs) Sorry. Justin: I know. It's stupid. Brian: Almost as stupid as falling for his bullsh*t in the first place. But, you're young, inexperienced. Justin: What? And you're so smart? If you had any f***ing brains at all you never would have let me leave. You would have told me I was making the biggest mistake of my life; that I would live to regret it. That what you gave me was worth a thousand...a million times more than anything he had to offer. You would have told me that you loved me. That you would go on loving me even after I was gone. Brian: Is that what you were waiting to hear? Justin: Yes. But as usual, you never said it. So, it's just as well that I go. (Justin starts to leave but Brian grabs Justin's arm) Brian: That is so like you! You don't hear what you want, so you leave. Try standing up for yourself, for a change. Have some balls! (Justin kisses Brian)
Brian: So, how's it going, Taylor?
Justin: Good. Everyone's incredibly nice. And I've already learned more than I would in an entire semester of school.
Brian: That's great.
Justin: Which says a lot about you, actually.
Brian: About me?
Justin: Yeah, they say the tone of the work place is established from the top. So it's a great compliment to you that you have such a dedicated and hard working staff.
Brian: Maybe I was a little hard on you. Now, get back to work.
Justin: Yes, Mr. Kinney.
Justin: I was going to tell you.
Justin: After I got the job.
Brian: Ah..you don't have the job until I sign off and I don't sign off until I ask the potential candidate a few questions such as: what the f*** are you doing here?
Justin: As part of our degree candidacy we're required to get 3 credits of practical experience in our chosen field. So, I wrote a letter to the head of your art department saying I wanted to intern, submitted my transcripts, samples of my work and here I am.
Brian: Here you aren't. There are other agencies where I don't work.
Justin: That has nothing to do with it. Vengard is the best. Working here would look great on my resume. I'll make important contacts. I'll learn things that I wouldn't learn in classroom.
Brian: Learn them someplace else.
Justin: That's not fair. I was accepted here solely on my merit. It had nothing to do with you. I thought you'd be pleased.
Brian: To see your face everyday?
Justin: I had no idea that our former relationship was still a problem for you .
Brian: Who said it was a problem? And who said that we were ever in a relationship?
Justin: Well, then, I can see no reason that you would object to my completing my education. That you're paying for.
Brian: Well... just... don't expect any special treatment.
Justin: I never have.
Justin: I gave it some thought and decided you should take me back.
Justin: Even though I've made a few mistakes, I think you'd be making an even bigger one not giving me a second chance.
Brian: I see.
Justin: Cause now I understand what it is you want of me. And I know what I can expect from you.
Brian: You also understand you'll be required to work long, hard hours -- sometimes deep into the night?
Justin: It would be a pleasure to work under you...Sir.
Brian: And you're never to play violin music in my presence again.
Justin: I promise.
Brian: Good. Well then, you can start immediately.
Music in the Episode
"Lover's Spit" by Broken Social Scene
"Loretta Young Silks" by Sneaker Pimps
"Mr. Lonely" by Deborah Cox
"Never (Tiesto Mix)" by Roc Project Featuring Tina Arena