Sometimesforming a partnership
is a great wayto get startedin the bar business.
Co-owners can splitthe workload
and bounce ideasoff one another.
But sometimes,partnerships turn ugly
and requirea hostile takeover.
Come on!Where's my --bartenders at?
- We're bartending!- Jerry: Hello!
Jon: When Jerry of O'Banion's in Omaha, Nebraska,
became too belligerent to fulfill his management duties,
that's exactly what his co-owners Dave and Steve, did.
I got balls.( laughs )
- Hostile takeover?- Let's do it.
It was the onlyhostile takeoverI have ever had to do.
And that is why Jerry is the eighth worst owner
I've ever gone toe-to-toe with.
You're a drunken fool.And you're disrespectful
to your partners,whose houses areon the line.
Dave:We've talked aboutthis many times.
Not drinking in the bar,not yelling across the bar.
- We're having a great time!- This is not abouta great time,
this is aboutmaking money!
( slurring )Come on now!It's like, man,
it's like we're--we're having a great time.Everybody's in here!
I haven't beenhaving a great time.
I've been sittingout in that vehicle
watching you makean ass out of yourself.That is not fun to me.
This is a hostile takeover.We're taking control.
You're notrunning things anymore.
- This is bull--!-- bull--!- ( clatters )
That's enough.Get out, now.
- Steve: You're done.- -- bull--!
- You're -- my brother!- Man: Come on.
That's -- bull--!
That's my --own -- brother!That is --!