Let’s meet William and Bentley this time. Jelly. – What? Jelly? / – Yes. You shouldn’t eat jelly now. (He acts cute.) No. No. – My goodness. / – He is disappointed. Come here. If you talk well, I’ll give you something nice. Who am I? – Dad. / – That’s right. – Children grow up so fast. / – I know. Why is your forehead… Gosh, let me take a look. – You look like Jung Dongnam. / – No. – No? / – It’s the same spot. What do you want to eat? (How many times do I have to tell you?) Jelly. – Do you want something tasty? / – “Yes.” – All right. / – Jelly. Stay there. Stay there. I will get you something tasty. – Will he listen to his dad? / – Stay there. (He listens to his dad.) – Gosh, he understands everything. / – He’s grown up. (When Sam brings the jelly,) (his eyes become transfixed.) All right. Let’s learn some manners. Yes, he should grow up into a well-mannered man. (Manners maketh man, Bentley.) Do you want this? Yes. – He’s willing to do anything. / – If you say please, I will give you one jelly. “Please.” That’s what you say, okay? (Sucking) Do you want another one? – Yes. / – Sit down. – How do you say please? / – How do you do it? (Is this how you do it?) – Is that how you do it? / – It’s not the head. – Put your hands together. / – How do you say please? Show me how you say please. – He is in a hurry. / – “Please.” – Put your hands… / – What? – That should count as a success. / – He did it. Okay, I will give you something tasty. (He succeeds in getting another jelly.) “Please.” Bentley, what are you eating? (He’s diligently sucking on something.) (Hold on.) What is that? What are you eating right now? (He has an eyeball in his hand.) Is that blood in his mouth? (Is Bentley eating an eyeball?) What is going on? Whose eye is that? Yes, whose eye is that? Dad, open your eyes. Dad. Dad. Maybe he can’t open his eyes right now. Children cry about these things. What have you done? Come here. You punk! – “You punk!” / – Put his eye back. – He ate it. / – Dad. – Is that your eye? / – What? Do you want a jelly? (Earlier, Ben said “please” and received a jelly.) (What kind of jelly did Sam give him?) – Jelly. / – It’s an eyeball jelly. – No? / – Eye. No. Eye? Eye? (Is this a jelly?) Maybe we should play that trick. (Sam took a bite first.) It’s jelly. (You surprised me, Dad.) – Do you want to try it? / – Yes. (Eating) (It’s so sweet.) (Dad, your eyes…) (Your eyes are fine.) What is going on? (Then what is that?) It’s jelly. It’s jelly. Jelly. “I am sorry.” – I think William is still nervous. / – That was fun. That was fun, right? You surprised me. I thought Bentley was eating your eye. – I know. / – Gosh. (I am glad you are okay.) (They start off the day energetically.) – You fooled me. / – Taste it. How does it taste, William? I turned into a zombie. – Did you turn into a zombie? / – Baby, I’m a zombie. My goodness. Baby, have an eyeball. (He is inhaling the zombie virus.) (Roaring) (Bentley transforms into a dancing zombie.) (He attacks his dad.) Hey. Be careful, Jung Dongnam. You aren’t in your right mind. (I am excited.) (He has a lot of energy from eating the jelly.) You will break your ankle at this rate. (It’s William’s favorite item.) That watch is William’s current favorite item. Really? – What time is it? / – He’s focused on it. (Give it to me. I want to wear it.) – Goodness. / – You should know that. (Bentley uses his strength.) – Hey. / – He took it back. (Blowing) (He cherishes it.) “It’s mine.” It’s my watch. That’s right. It’s William’s. Watch. – It’s William’s. / – Brothers quarrel a lot. Do you want to try it on? It’s William’s. Touch it. Children love slap bracelets. No, it’s mine. (Give it to me!) (The war of the watch breaks out.) You punk! Baby, it’s mine. – For goodness’ sake. / – He’s hiding. – Give me that. / – He thinks he is hiding. The fight is getting bigger. – He will cry now. / – No! Hold on! No. My goodness. In the end… They had fun eating jelly earlier. (Why is this happening again?) (William and Bentley quarrel.) If you continue to fight, I will take this away. – That’s right. / – Neither of you can use it. I am so frustrated. Sit down. (William and Bentley gather around.) Are you going to be like this? – Yes. / – What? Don’t say, “Yes.” What’s more important than a watch? It’s brotherhood. Brotherhood. That’s right. Sit down. Brotherhood. – “Brother.” / – “Brother.” – “Hood.” / – “Hood.” It’s more important than a watch. Have you seen Mom and Dad fight? – Yes. / – What? – Have you seen it? / – Yes. We don’t fight. – You fight a bit. / – No, we don’t. Mom scolded you. (Oh, I remember that time.) That was because I drank a bit. (A bit?) – It wasn’t a fight. / – Okay. Okay? Don’t fight someone on your team. Now give each other a hug. – Ben, give him a hug. / – William understood. (No!) Ben won’t do it. I hate you, Bentley. – Hug. Come on. / – This won’t end easily. This won’t do. Does he have a solution? Ben, sit down. – What? / – Sit down. – What? / – Sit down. (The lesson on brotherhood resumes.) – I’m surprised he sat down. / – All right. Look. What is this? (What is it?) What is that? Dog. – That’s right. / – Dog. Dad, is this Slinky Dog? Bingo. It must be from the animated movie. (It’s a Slinky Dog costume.) He will tie the brothers together. Is this Slinky Dog? Of course. William, you are the tail. They can’t deny it this time. They are a team. That’s right. They are one. The two of you are one now. – “We are one.” / – From now on, I will do this whenever you two fight. You will become one, okay? Move together. That’s right. (William follows.) (He goes where Bentley wants to go.) (Proud) (The head enters the room,) (but the tail leaves the room.) Baby, let’s go. That’s right. (He gets pulled back.) Let’s go to the fridge. Stand up. Stand up. My goodness. (I will go into the living room.) (Tight) (I can’t do this. Let’s part ways.) Let’s eat a snack. (Let’s eat before we part ways.) They are peaceful in front of food. What should we eat? Baby, go forward. – He told Bentley to go forward. / – Let’s eat. – Let’s ask Dad to open it. / – Will they fight again? I am nervous. Dad, open it. Shall we have Bentley eat first? – Yes. / – Open wide. (The head eats first.) He had a taste. William. Hold it. (No!) (What?) That’s a peaceful way. We are brothers. We share food. See? Baby doesn’t cry when you share, right? See? Isn’t this a heartwarming sight? This is the brotherhood Sam wanted to see. Bentley, you are cute. – He kissed him. / – Let him eat. Let’s live like this from now on. (This is brotherhood.) I am done. You can eat the rest. Eat up. William is done. – Suddenly… / – I need to use the bathroom. – My goodness. / – Hold on. What is he going to do? – Baby, come here. / – My goodness. (He gets humiliated suddenly.) Bentley is eating. This is the worst moment. (Head, take me to the bathroom.) (Fidgety) – Hurry up. / – It’s coming out. – Baby, it’s not that way. / – Baby. I need to poop. Let’s go to the bathroom. My goodness. (What?) Baby, hurry up. – That’s right. This could end badly. / – Baby, hurry. Hang in there. Baby, wait a second. I will poop quickly. – He is a good boy. / – Hold on. – Wait there. / – One is eating ice cream. It’s coming out. The other is pooping. What kind of situation is this? Wait. Baby, I am sorry. (It’s okay.) He eats as he waits. (This is my duty.) Baby, it might smell a bit. (It smells a bit.) (Both of them drop something.) Bentley doesn’t look back to give his brother privacy. (It’s a strange situation, but Bentley enjoys the food) (and William enjoys the respite.) – It’s a rare sight. / – Yes. Baby, are you done? Thank you. (Don’t mention it.) How cute! Dad, wipe my butt. – “Wipe my butt.” / – Oh, my. Well done. – Sam must be proud. / – Ben, did you wait quietly? – Yes. / – Really? Good job. The two of you are such good brothers. (They graduate from the Slinky Dog costume.) You can take this off now. Good job. (Now that I am free…) – He is free. / – He is free. Freedom! He immediately went for the watch. What will happen now? Hold on. William came out. What will happen? – Now… He didn’t see it. / – My goodness. He didn’t see it. He is a genius. (He succeeds in escaping) (by tucking it behind his head.) It was the perfect crime. He is excited. (Even when he falls,) (the watch stays on his nape.) How did he think of that? – The watch is on his nape. / – Yes.