At this point, he still didn't know why they were there. His wife showed off this storage space and said it might be good for when they had eight kids. They currently have zero kids, so the trudge continued.
She then stopped to look at the candles. They already had candles, but she insisted these were slightly different. At this point, a game of hide-and-seek may have been fun, but unfortunately, Ikea banned such a thing.
She then asked him what he thought about this bar that could be used as storage space. He said they didn't have room for it and again asked why they were here. He noted, "This was apparently an incorrect response."
Despite being told they needed a mirror, she proceeded to walk right past the mirrors. The mystery continued, as she stopped to show off these stuffed rats. Not the best toys, Ikea. You've done better.
She then stopped to point out that this is where you get napkins. She didn't comment on the napkins themselves, just the fact that this is where you could find them. What's even happening at this point? Why are they there?
That is the face of a man in the midst of an existential crisis. This was taken moments after his wife asked if he was ready. He wasn't sure for what, and still didn't know why they were there, since this was yet another seemingly-needed mirror she ignored.
The wife had no idea what these plants were, as the label contained little information. The husband then reminded her they lived in a basement and the poor little thing wouldn't fare too well without sunlight. She replied by rolling her eyes at him. Again.
He capped off this adventure by noting his wife said, "I love you forever, even though I already have to." He said he loves her, too. Glad to see this had a happy ending. If you need to de-stress from imagining taking such a trip yourself, you can now watch people try to build Ikea furniture while high. So maybe that monolith isn't so bad after all.