Chase: I couldn't stop thinking about your problem.
Chase: Now I know you're the doc, but let me prescribe you something. A boulevardier for her, please, and another one for me. It's like a Negroni, but with rye instead of gin. Try it.
Wendy: How the fuck did you know I liked Negronis?
Chase: Billie told me. Well, I asked her.
Wendy: Is that something a headhunter needs to know about a client these days?
Chase: Well, you're more interesting than my other clients.
Wendy: Cut the shit. I don't need to be flattered.
Chase: That's an occupational hazard, and in your case, it's not flattery.
The boulevardier cocktail is an alcoholic drink composed of whisky, sweet vermouth, and campari. Its creation is ascribed to Erskine Gwynne, an American-born writer who founded a monthly magazine in Paris called Boulevardier, which appeared from 1927 to 1932. The boulevardier is similar to a Negroni, sharing two of its three ingredients. It is differentiated by its use of bourbon whiskey or rye whiskey as its principal component instead of gin. Paul Clark, writing for the food blog Serious Eats, says, "This isn't a Negroni. It is, however, the Negroni's long-lost autumnal cousin.”…