Earl, I need some advice.
Caroline and I were offered money to buy out the cupcake store,
and as my spirit animal, Kenny Rogers, once asked, "When do you hold 'em and when do you fold 'em?"
Well, Max, there are two things in life you've got to hold on to:
your dreams, and your receipt when you're leaving Best Buy.
Oh, you do not want to be a black man without a receipt.
Max, did you just give me the cold shoulder?
Oh, my God, I've been doing that for a year and a half and you finally got it.
I'm sorry for storming out earlier, but we just can't give it up that easy.
I can, and have, and will again.
Maybe it's better if we just get out now.
I heard a customer saying a Whole Foods is going in over there.
You know who goes to Whole Foods?
Rich ladies with those freaky toe sneakers.
And I cannot be seeing no freaky toe sneakers.
Whole Foods? That's the sign I've been looking for.
No wonder they wanted to get rid of us. With a whole foods there, they can raise everybody's rent.
That's fine, we don't pay it anyway.
I knew it was gonna be the hot new neighborhood. I knew it! This is it, Max.
First comes the Whole Foods, then come the gays, then the celebrities.
Well, the gays will come anyway as long as there's a park.