The second part of a rhyming couplet, usually begun with an innocuous statement ending with a word that rhymes with Beale, and finished by another party. If deemed acceptable by other individuals in a social situation, the recipient must buy the finisher a drink. NOTE: Only words that rhyme exactly with Beale are accepted. Words like deals, wheels, shield or any variant that doesn't rhyme with Beale result in mockery & derision.
Mike: "Went out with the family on saturday night."
Tod: "Oh yeah, anywhere nice?"
Mike: "Nah, just out for a meal."
Tod: "Ian Beale!"