The Return of Superman | 슈퍼맨이 돌아왔다 - Ep.282 : A Fairytale in Our Daily Life Pt.1[ENG/IND/2019.06.23]

The Return of Superman | 슈퍼맨이 돌아왔다 - Ep.282 : A Fairytale in Our Daily Life Pt.1[ENG/IND/2019.06.23]

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The Return of Superman, episode 282. "A Fairytale in Our Daily Life". Gosh, I'm exhausted. (Heejun and Heeyul are busy having fun.) (They can't miss out the morning dance.) She's so cute. (Shake until Heeyul gets tired.) (Heejun performs his special dance from 20 years ago.) Heejun is starting to feel tired. I'm tired. (Don't ruin the mood and run.) (So they run) I really can't run anymore. My knees hurt so much. I'm so tired from running around. My knees are swollen. His knees are swollen. - Where are you going? / - Daddy's hurt. What is that? What is that? (Jam Jam comes back with a first-aid kit.) Will you treat me? This is what's great about having daughters. - You're hurt. / - Daddy's hurt. - You'll put a bandage on me? / - Since her dad's hurt. Are you doing it for me? (I failed to peel it.) You failed that one. Look at her tiny hands trying to open the bandage. Please put the bandage on me. Thank you so much. - Thank you so much. / - That stays on forever.
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- I'd imagine. / - You can't take it off. - She gave him a kiss. / - She even kissed him. (She's getting mischievous.) - I'm hurt. / - Are you hurt? - Yes. / - You're hurt? What, is she hurt too? Do you want this on too? Okay, I'll put the bandage on you. Come here. Let me put this on you. You're hurt. She's not actually hurt, she just wants the bandage on her. Young children tend to want to put on those things. You were hurt. Although it doesn't seem like you're hurt. It hurts you. My knees actually hurt. - Where are you going? / - Look at her. You'll wash your face first, then I'll wash my face. Let me wash your sleep. (He takes the sleep out of her eyes quickly.) Let's wash your hands. (My finger hurts.) (She's pretending to be hurt.) You're hurt, so it's hard to wash your hands, right? Goodness, she doesn't want to wash because she's hurt. We're done. (Her morning wash is done.) (What else shall we do now?) (I want to press it.)
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- She's calling someone. / - Heejun doesn't know. (Heejun is busy washing his face.) - Who is she calling? / - Hello? What? Who are you calling? Hello? Hi. Jam Jam called you. Gosh, that's so cute. It's Grandma. She called her grandmother. Did she know it was her grandmother? It's Grandma. - Grandma. / - Grandma. Grandma. (I love you, Grandma.) - I'm alone with Jam Jam. / - Jam Jam. Taking care of her by myself is truly different. Of course it is. It must've been tough on her while I was out working. Of course it is. You have to experience it to know. (She throws it away.) All right. Do your best to take care of her. Grandma's going to say goodbye now. - Say, "Bye". / - Bye. - Okay, bye. / - Bye. What? You didn't just call Grandma. - You called Uncle too. / - Yes. - You did. / - Yes! Jam Jam. (Excited) (I called Uncle.) - I did. / - She's speaking with her body.
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(What should I play with?) (What is this thing for?) I'm alone with Jam Jam. - Who is that? / - So it has begun. Yes, I'm alone with her. The uncle is father of three, Kim Taewoo of god. How do you play with three kids? It's so exhausting playing with just one. You should have another kid soon. What are you saying? One is already too much to handle. I can't even imagine having to do this with three. (I'm upset.) If you have time, could you take care of my baby too? She's tiny. You won't even notice. (Laughing) You'll get used to it. I will? He sounds very relaxed. He's a master. See you later. - Bye. / - Bye. Bye. Hey, Jam Jam. Were you playing with the cotton buds? Were you? Aren't you hungry? - Food. / - Do you want food? (I'm hungry.) - She's hungry. / - Do you want seaweed soup? Play here. Is he making food for her himself?
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(There's no way she'll stay here.) Have fun over there. Oh, you came here. (Hitting) (She's powerful.) - You startled me. / - She seems experienced. Are you taking out your snacks? Do you open it with your shoulders? Do you want to eat the snacks first? Okay. Eat it in the living room. Okay? Play over there. (While Daddy's focused on cooking...) (Where is she going, not eating her snacks?) (She's found a new toy.) (Moisturizer) Is that cotton swab? - Isn't that moisturizer? / - Yes. Oh, gosh. (She stirs it with her finger.) She's moisturizing herself in and out. She's a girl after all. - Oh, my gosh. / - Oh, that's a bit too much. (Where are you going?) (You feel dry too, right?) Goodness, she's so cute. (She moisturizes the toys as well.) (Every nook and corner) (Meticulous) - Where is the soy sauce? / - He has no idea. ♪ Two spoonfuls, two spoonfuls ♪
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- We get nervous when kids are quiet. / - Right, they're usually causing trouble when they're quiet. That's right. Honey, can I add ground garlic to seaweed soup? Okay. Bye. (He heads into the living room.) (Oh, no. Did I get caught?) (He's checking himself in the mirror.) He's not checking on her but his looks instead. (He returns to the kitchen without noticing anything.) (Thank goodness. I thought I got caught.) (It feels so moisturizing.) How pretty! (She starts on her facial care routine.) (She must've seen something.) This is too much seaweed. Please check on what Jam Jam is doing. Gosh, it's hot. (That's enough facial care.) (Now on to hair care.) - She's applying it to her hair. / - It's on her hair. (Mischievous Jam Jam and her moisturizer) (created this mess.) Oh, my goodness. Right. It's too quiet. What? Jam Jam. (He was watching the smart-cam.)
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He's watching her through that. - But he only saw it now. / - Jam Jam. (Rushing) (He can't believe what he's seeing.) Jam Jam, what is this? (She's covered in moisturizer.) (Is this too much?) She's sensing that something is wrong. You put it on your face. Oh, no. What do I do about your hair? (Smiling) Gosh, don't eat it. - Her smile is adorable. / - It's all over your face. That's... Kids use the whole pot once they open it. Did you apply it to your toys so they get better skin? What am I to do about your hair? The car. The car's smeared in it too. Do you want me to clean the car first? I should clean you first. This. (Clean this.) (I wish I hadn't seen this.) (The moisturizer is all over the sofa.) (Shocked) (He wants to always be generous and understanding.) You're supposed to apply a small amount on your face. You're not supposed to use the whole pot at once, okay?
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(I won't do it again.) You used it all up. Next time, use only a small amount. Just a little. A small amount. (Jam Jam is taken to the bathroom.) Did he turn off the gas in the kitchen? I'm worried. (Tired) You need to wash your hair. (Meanwhile, the seaweed soup is boiling down.) - Oh, no. / - It's boiled down. I don't usually make this kind of mistake. See? My hunch is always right. (The rise of the moisturizer) You can't think straight when you take care of a child alone. (She's enjoying the food.) (Daddy isn't.) (He's eating not because he's hungry.) (Slurping) He won't be able to eat if he doesn't eat now. - He must eat now. / - Is it good? Let's go. Hello. This is your first time at the market, isn't it? (They are interested in Heejun and Heeyul.) They sell so many interesting things here. They have come to a traditional market filled with farm products, fruits and rare medicinal herbs.
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I've seen you somewhere. Have you? - Hello. / - Say, hello. Do you know my name by any chance? - I don't. / - Moon Heejun. - Oh, you know me. / - Of course I do. Thank you. I've seen you a lot. He's in H.O.T. Who's your favorite? You. - He seems very happy. / - Thank you. I hope you sell a lot. Thank you. Is he there to buy food or to meet his fans? Hello. - Hello. / - You're so skinny. Am I skinny in person? Yes, you are. - Thank you so much. / - You're much better in person. - Am I? / - Yes. The TV has done you wrong. Did the TV do me wrong? - Yes. / - Right? I'm so frustrated. (I have nothing to say.) - You're so handsome. / - Thank you so much. - Is she your daughter? / - Hello, yes. - She's adorable. / - Thank you. "I love you." I don't think he went there to buy food. (After Heejun's happy fan meeting is over...) - Hello. Do you have walnuts? / - Here.
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Oh, there they are. (It looks tasty.) Will a basket do? That's about 500g. - 500g? Okay, thank you. / - Yes. (Jam Jam shows her cute charms.) Well done. (He loves it.) I'll give you a lot. Please hold it. Thank you. I hope you sell a lot. Bye. They are back home in the evening and busily preparing to welcome Mommy home. Where did Jam Jam go again? I'm so worried. (Where is Jam Jam?) Here she is. Give it to Daddy. Jam Jam. She's cleaning. (She doesn't miss a spot.) (She cleans the floor thoroughly.) (Have you been well, my friends?) (She cleans the toys from her moisturizing party.) Is that it? (I have yet to clean the kitchen.) Thank you so much. Thank you. (This is especially dirty.) (She's done with her cleaning.) What time is it now? It's 6:14 p.m. I should hurry up.
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Jam Jam. Jam Jam. - Is she back? / - Is Mommy back? This is yours. Come over here. You're adorable. You're so cute. Okay, we're all ready now. Let's turn off the lights and go see Mommy. - We only have two minutes left. / - Two minutes. Mommy. - It's Mommy. / - She's so cute. - Hello. / - Hello. Why are you in the dark? (Hurriedly) What is it? I'm curious. - Something must be there. / - What could it be? I prepared this for you. What did you prepare? - What is it? / - What did he prepare? (It's awkward.) - Wait and see. / - What is it? (That's it.) (Shrieking) (It's to celebrate the return of Mommy.) Look at that. (It's her first fireworks in 25 months.) - It's awesome. / - Keep watching. It's not done yet. Did he prepare that to welcome his wife?
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- It's awesome. / - Welcome home, Mommy. How could such a thing happen by coincidence? On the day of her return, a firework event was set to take place at 8:30 p.m. If we're lucky with time, I thought I'd be able to make a glamorous event. - What is it? / - It's walnut cookies. - My gosh. Really? / - I made it myself. - I did my best. / - Why all of a sudden? In summer? Jam Jam is born thanks to the walnut cookie. He must've made it with the walnuts he bought earlier. - Jam Jam. / - I craved walnut cookies... (Soyul told Heejun that she craved walnut cookies) (and he bought them for her right away.) (Jam Jam's family is born thanks to walnut cookies.) Soyul fell for Heejun because of his walnut cookies. Great. (With the walnuts he bought with Jam Jam,) (Heejun made cookies.) (It's filled with love.) It's done. Wait, what else is there? (There's a letter on the window.) "Thank you for everything you're doing."
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"Let's be happy. I love you". - Did you write this? / - Yes. - Don't you recognize my writing? / - Gosh. - It's Daddy's. / - I wrote it. Yes. I like the fireworks, but your letter is more touching. I wanted to write more, - but I couldn't fit everything in. / - Really? - Look. / - Fireworks! (The touching welcome party has ended.) - Honey. / - Yes? This is for you. - What is this? / - It's good for women. - It is? / - It's medicinal. - It's a decoction. / - He cares a lot. You won't even sweat in the summer if you drink this. - To elegant babysitting. Cheers. / - Cheers. - Cheers. / - Cheers. He seems very relaxed now. This is so good. (I was an elegant babysitter.) (However,) (his feet are showing the reality.) We can see what he did the whole day. I did well, didn't I? He ran out of energy and mental strength. It wasn't as elegant as he hoped it'd be. (What's going on over there?)
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(He's all worn out.) He had no time to rest - thanks to cheeky Jam Jam. / - What will you do now? (Don't you need to go over there?) - Honey. Honey? / - Yes? - What is it? / - Was I gone a week? Why? What is this mess? Why are you nagging already? Do I have one body? I mean, I do. Do I have two bodies? I can't even talk straight. Do I have two bodies? Where are you going? It's okay. Just rest for now. - Don't go in there. / - What is this? - It's a mess. / - It's under construction. Are you raising 10 kids on your own? How could you do this? What's wrong with this? - Let's clean it tomorrow. / - Okay. I want to wash. Good job. Good job. - Heejun. / - Jam Jam. - You can do it. / - You can. - You can do it. / - Give your mom a five. (His elegant 48 hours is over.) - We've never seen this house before. / - You're right. Whose house is this? There are a lot of cars in the living room. (The kid must love cars.) The child must be a boy.
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He's up. He is. (The kid got up before his daddy.) - It's a boy indeed. / - He's handsome. How is the boy's face so defined? Where's Mommy? Where's Mommy? (He can't find his mom.) (There are many things that weren't here before.) How can his hair be so neat when he just got up? (He's perfectly fine without his mom.) (Do you want to know who my dad is?) He's seriously handsome. Who's your daddy? (Dawdling) It's the dad. Who is he? (He finally gets up.) He has a lot of hair for a dad. (What is he doing as soon as he got up?) He puts on the mic by himself. Who is he? What were you doing alone, Dain? - It's Park Jeongcheol. / - It's Park Jeongcheol. We're used to seeing him looking smart in a suit. You're right. In dramas as well as on variety shows, he's showing his presence. Hello. I am Park Jeongcheol, father of three-year-old Dain. I got married in 2014, and Dain was born in 2017.
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For the past two years, I focused on caring for my child. Let me tie your hair. Isn't the child a boy? - It's so hot. / - It hurts. It doesn't. I'll make sure it doesn't. Well, Gunhoo's hair is always tied up too. (It doesn't look that long anyway.) - We're done. / - He's so cute. - You're so pretty, my daughter. / - Daughter? - You're so pretty. / - Really? She looks like a pretty boy, but she's a girl. You're pretty. We made a huge mistake. She's handsome. - Her facial features are... / - I assumed she was a handsome boy. They'll know you're a girl now. (Let me try a different style.) (He puts on a hairband with a white bow.) Okay, there we go. That is like a label to show that she's a girl. Okay. This. Check it. Happy? You've checked it. There we go.
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- Are you happy now? / - It's a tiger. She's wearing it. She must like the tiger better than a pink bow. Shall we eat? Let me fix it now. Pardon? - Red beans. / - Red beans? You're only going to eat red beans again. - Okay. / - Does she like red beans? You may have a little since we'll have food soon. She's 22 months old. Kyungmin's daughter ate anchovies, and this family's daughter eats red beans? You should give me some too. - She's giving him a tiny piece. / - I don't see it. That is so tiny. Is that all I get? (He eats it anyway.) Thank you. Give me another bite. (He tries to look cute.) He's even on his knees. Okay. You're too much, though. She's very charismatic. Enjoy it. (Dain loves red beans.) (It makes me happy.) - You're happy. / - It's because red beans are sweet. You're happy. (I love red beans.) Are you done already? Already? Oh, no. Dad, red beans.
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- She must love it so much. / - Okay. Why does a little kid love red beans so much? No more bread. I'll give you some red beans. She must love it so much that - he has it pre-made. / - He has the paste at home. Here it is, Dain. (Wow, it's red beans.) - She actually looks pretty. / - Right. (She takes another bite.) - Eat slowly. / - She eats it by the spoonful. (She dropped some.) She even eats what she dropped. (I can't pick it up.) (Then I'll lick it off the floor.) She didn't use her hand. (She's finished off her bowl of red beans.) (What is this face?) - Do you want to blow? / - Blow? Blow? Wow, Dain. Come here. (Smiling) - It's to blow out candles. / - She's loving it. I guess every day is a birthday. (Happy birthday to you) He's playing along. (Dear Dain) (Happy birthday to you) (Blowing out candles is Dain's hobby.) Your eyebrows will burn if you get too close. - I guess kids love doing that. / - They like that.
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(One more time.) - One more time? / - One more time. Once is never enough. You had five birthdays last month. This is my birthday. (Let's say it's Dad's birthday.) (Her eyes are fixed on the candles.) ♪ Happy birthday to me ♪ (Blowing) - One more time? / - One more time. She'll do it until there's none left. Until the wax covers the whole bun. (Blowing) How many birthdays did we celebrate? No, you can't. No. I knew you'd do this. (She's upset.) Oh, no. She's crying. Okay, let me finish this. Crying won't do anymore. (I'll get ready.) (Here comes a large candle.) (She's happy.) - He does everything she wants. / - We forgot Mommy's. That's why you kept insisting. ♪ Happy birthday dear Mommy, happy birthday to you ♪ (Please let me blow candles every day.) Applause! Let's go. This way, please. You're going to raise your hand? That's right. Raise your hand when you cross.
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Go. There are no cars. Go when there are no cars. It's raining. I wonder where they are going. Off to our hideout. Be careful. Let's climb up here. Be careful if you're not going to hold my hand. Is there a good place near his house? Jump. One, two, three. (Jumping) - We're here. You're excited. / - It's raining. - All right. Let's go. / - Where are they? Isn't it nice to have a place like this nearby? Not everyone gets to have this luxury. It takes five minutes from his house. (Five minutes from his home on foot) (A rest area?) There's a rest area? - How awesome to live near a rest area. / - Lucky them. (There's something I must do here.) (Her cheeks are shaking intensely.) Where are you going, Dain? - Car. / - There are many rides - and lots of food. / - Right. Do you want to ride that? Do you want to? - Okay. Here. / - I can do it! (Shouting) Dain. You're great, Dain. (She makes a V-sign with her fingers.) Let's go eat. - That's awesome. / - It looks great. - You like this. / - They eat out at Jukjeon Rest Area.
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- Walnut bites. / - That's so funny. (Dad, hurry up.) Right. Walnut bites have red bean inside. (It's red bean again.) (Munching) That's amazing. (I'm going to eat you next.) Udon at the rest area on a rainy day... - is just... / - They're eating udon. - That's amazing. / - Let me cut it for you. Let me cut it for you. Look at those scissors. (Kiddie scissors) He's well-prepared. Did he bring everything? (She picks up a nicely-cut noodle.) There you go. Dain, isn't this the best? (Noodles on a rainy day is the tastiest!) Isn't it tastier because it's raining? We've never been here on a rainy day. It feels like we're on a trip, right? (Slurping) (What's that sound?) (He's hungry after talking a lot.) - I bet he's hungry. / - I'm getting hungry too. Dain, you're going to meet your friends later. Your friend eats a lot. This is nothing. Who is the big eater friend she'll meet later? My gosh. (Is someone talking about me?) (The Hammingtons are full of energy this morning.) Higher.
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- I don't need to go to the gym. / - I bet both of them weigh 30kg altogether. Can you do the airplane lift one more time? Airplane lift? My gosh. (Sam is exhausted.) (I can't do that anymore.) - Dad, Dad. / - He thinks Sam is hurt again. - He can't stand his dad getting hurt. / - I'm fine. (I was worried about you.) Why? Why do you have to sit on my shoulder? - That's how sons behave. / - Do you have to sit there? (It's a time of ordeal for Sam.) Oh, seriously. - I'm exhausted. / - Dad, get up. Let me lie down for a bit. - That's going to get stuck. / - Dad, are you tired? Yes, I'm very tired today. Hurt? Hurt. I'm hurt today. Dad, your face is puffy. I went to sleep very late last night. I'm tired. (Slapping) Is he giving him a meridian massage? That's the best method to reduce swelling. (It won't get smaller.) (Worried) (Right! There's that!) (Rushing) Mom uses this. It's moist. What's moist?
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- What are you doing? / - What is it? - Hey, it's cold. / - He's putting something on Sam. Watermelon rind? What is it? Hey, hey. It's really cold. Mom uses this. It's moist. Aren't I good at massaging? - Are you giving me a massage? / - Yes. (William suddenly stops massaging.) What are you doing? I hear you eating. Is he eating that? - He's cute. / - I got you. Dad, put your head down here. - Where? / - Here. Gosh, what a dutiful son. On top of your laps? - He put his head there. / - Will you be okay? This is so nice, William. This is so relaxing. Isn't this cool? It's so cold. I'll make it warm because I love you, Dad. (Putting in his mouth) No way. (I'll warm it in my mouth.) Will he do that for every piece? (It's special treatment from William.) (This time, he puts in a lot of pieces.) He doesn't know. (He puts them right on top of Sam's nose.) Why is it so warm? - Did you put them in your mouth? / - I'm sorry. - Why did you do that? / - He confessed very quickly. (Don't catch a cold.) - He's licking them. / - Are you licking them?
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(Laughing) - He's so lovely. / - Exactly. It feels like an elephant is licking me. This is good for you. Well, it's not dirty when your own son licks you. It feels nice. (The watermelon rind is piling up.) There you go. You look like a zombie. (A watermelon zombie?) (He's had his dad's head on his laps for a long time.) - His legs must be getting numb now. / - Gosh. What is it? - It's so heavy. / - What's heavy? Your head. (Sorry.) - That must hurt. / - It hurts. His head will fall now. - My gosh. / - What happened? - His blood isn't circulating. / - Hey, hey. You can't leave me like this. Stay there. I'm going to the bathroom. Bentley is here. (What? What's he doing?) (What's up with his face?) Are you back, William? Sam thinks he's William. Fool. If he speaks, Sam will figure out. (What's this?) (Yes! I know what it is.) You should drink it too. Right. Consider it gone when you put watermelons in front of Ben.
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Right. (Cool, sweet and crunchy watermelon) He eats everything in front of him. He likes it. (That's the beginning of Bentley's eating show.) My gosh. He grew up a lot. That was only a year ago. My gosh. Hey, are you Ben? Sam knows by the sounds of his munching. - Is he running away? / - Hey. What did you do? Oh, my gosh. Baby, you're not supposed to eat this. You're unbelievable. (My gosh, my head hurts.) Ben, if you keep eating everything, I'll be angry! (He's goofing around.) (What is that?) (This is Bentley's perspective.) (I must run away.) (Where should I go? Where?) (Yes, this is the place!) He can climb up there? (Struggling) He can't. That's too much for him. (There's no giving up for Bentley.) (Ben the Hulk, use your power!) His arms are strong. (To Bentley, the table is like the Himalayas.) (Climbing up) - Hold on a second. / - My gosh. I can't believe this. - He climbed up the table. / - He did that. (He's caught.)
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- Hey. / - It was so hard to climb up there. You're not the Hulk. Stop it. He must feel empty. (Roaring) (My gosh, you're scary.) He's running away again because he's scared. (Please rescue me!) (A few hours later) (He's reading the book realistically.) The mother fell asleep, right? "Cedric the dragon is lingering." "Cedric the dragon is..." What's that sound? Is Ben crying? (He runs toward the master bedroom.) (William spots something.) Isn't he crying? - What's that? / - Someone is here. Isn't that a baby bouncer? (Where is the baby's cries coming from?) My kids go crazy when they see babies. They want to say hello and touch the babies. (William was smitten with Gunhoo when he was a baby.) Bentley was also happy whenever he saw babies. I'm curious to see how they'd respond if we have a baby in the house. - What's that? / - It's a doll. (Will William believe that it's a real baby?) William won't believe that it's real. But it sounds like a real baby is crying. (My gosh, you're so cute.)
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He must think it's a real baby. He's patting the doll. Dad, there's something in the living room. William, I brought another baby. What's the name? His name is John. - John. He made it up just now. / - John? - Is it John? / - Yes, it's John. (Where did William and Dad go?) He came to the living room. How will Bentley react? (Part 2 will air soon.)

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