"Drunk enough to say I love you?" are Sam's first words as the two stumble onto the stage, and immediately, the power dynamic is clear. Rauh plays Sam with a great deal of charismatic power, clearly controlling each movement and every word. When he gets on his knees in front of Guy, undoing his belt, the erotic tension and psychosomatic control are entirely believable, especially when he pulls away, deepening the sway he holds over Guy. Within moments, Guy, ably played by Morris, has agreed to leave his family and stay with Sam, changing his ordinary-dude clothes for a suit (not quite as slick as Sam's).