If I'm a PM at BlackRock, Wellington Management, State Street, GAMCO, Citigroup, Two Sigma, or AQR, all of which own a significant number of shares in the restaurant chain, my takeaways are: 1. Crowded as hell, that's good 2. Patrons are not strictly meth addicts, that's good 3. Professional conflict mitigation services available on-site (check out how calm, cool and collected the waiter who breaks things up is), that's good 4. Apparently the cost-cutting through syrup sparsity program is being effectively implemented. So the answer would be hell yes.
Supposedly this all started when one group of diners, finding themselves sans syrup, asked the table over if they could borrow theirs, which resulted in the response, "Bitch, your pancakes look fine to me!" and the above mêlée.