You need to fight
for your family. –This is absurd!
– ( laughter ) I want you to get him, and I want to talk
to him and you alone. Okay?
Let’s go get him. Elise is sitting
andcryingnext to me, and they’re playing
like children.I’m gonna go in
and stop this.So I’m only gonna talk
to Todd tonight,get his attitude straight,and then I can talk
to Scott tomorrow.Hey, you need
to come with me. All right. It’s unbelievable
what I’ve seen here tonight. It’s like a bunch
of children. – Todd.
– Hey. – Jon Taffer.
– Todd Chester. She is watching you
do these burnouts and applaud, and we’re watching you act
like a ( bleep) child, Todd. – You’re smiling.
– No, I’m not– – You have a ( bleep ) attitude.
– No, no, no, no, no. Listen to me.
Listen to me! You’re losing $6,000
a ( bleep ) month, right? – Yeah.
– So what the ( bleep )
are you doing? Do you think that
you can make money by burning
your own furniture? What did that table cost? $160 that you’re not gonna
give to your kids! Jon!
Shut up and listen to me! No, you listen to me.
You’re ( bleep ) your family. Because you– look at me,
you’re a ( bleep ) idiot! – Really?
– Yes! Because you’re ( bleep )
the girl who loves you! – ( bleeping )
– Hey! – Todd!
– Say it to my
( bleeping ) face!