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But Will stands up to him, shocking everyone by telling him that not only will he marry Maggie but they will open their own shop. When everyone leaves him and Maggie alone in the panic that follows, he passes out at her feet. Hepworth's to ask for a loan to set up their business.
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Hepworth is unsure about their plan until Maggie explains it. What seals it is Maggie's assurance that she'll put some fire into Will. They rent a little shop and prepare to go into business. Maggie still worries about Will's lack of spirit; she even tries to put some spring in his step. And so, it seems, is everyone else in town.
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Still, the feeling between Will and Maggie is odd, though they are elated over their first sale: a pair of shoelaces. Hobson, it would seem, hasn't changed a bit in Maggie's absence, except that he's spending more time at Moonraker's. A late-night fit of delirium tremens sends him tottering into the street, where he gets lost and fails into the corn chute of Beenstock's grain warehouse.
When Hobson awakens in the corn chute, he is furious to learn that Beenstock is suing him for trespassing, and he vows to stop being such an easy touch. Alice and Vickie are doing their best, which isn't very good, to take Maggie's place at their father's boot shop. They are surprised when Will and Maggie turn up to invite the girls to their wedding. They accept and even kiss Will on the cheek. He's still a little unsure but resigned anyway to the inevitability of the wedding.
At Will and Maggie's wedding in their new shop, Hobson makes an unexpected appearance. It isn't the wedding he's upset about, though, it's Beenstock's lawsuit. They hammer out a new, more reasonable agreement about the dowries for Alice and Vickie, and Hobson even agrees to wear the blue rosette of the temperance league.
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Most importantly, though, he asks Will and Maggie to come back to work for him. Will sees the wisdom in this move, reminding Maggie of her own earlier arguments. Hobson is so relieved that agrees to rename the business: Mossop and Hobson. After the wedding crowd has left, though, Will is too shy to take Maggie to bed. Hobson and Beenstock settle on a dowry for the young ladies. Hobson realizes that he needs Maggie and Will, and they become partners. Walter Kerr reviewed the musical for the New York Times.