Tell me. – Chicken. / – Chicken? – What chicken? / – He has all the hints. – Rectangle, chicken and paper. / – Chicken. I don’t know what you are talking about. My love. Your love? – Isn’t that the teacher? / – That’s right.
(His battery will go out at this rate.) No. What are you looking for? Tasty and warm. – Tasty and warm? / – That’s right. It’s warm. Food. – Food? / – Yes. – Did you eat it? / – He is so cute. My goodness.
I didn’t eat anything. Who else would know? William. William! What is it? (William hears his name and comes.) Nothing happened. – Bentley is looking for something, / – Okay. but I don’t know what it is.
Rectangular chicken. – Rectangular chicken. / – What even is that? Oh, chicken sandwich? – No. / – No. Hello. – A phone call. / – A phone call? – That’s right. / – You see it and call. Then beep, beep and zoom.
That was a crucial hint. “Hello, I would like to order such-and-such.” – Is that what you mean? / – Yes. – Is that it? / – Yes. – Beep, beep and zoom. / – That’s right. – A pamphlet. / – A pamphlet. Where is it? I threw it away.
(What did you say?) – It’s his love. / – I threw it away. What? – Did you throw it away? / – Yes. – You threw it away? / – I did. – You threw it away? / – I threw it away. (While Bentley went to William for help.
..) – William! / – He went into the room earlier. They never clean up. (He threw the pamphlet when he cleaned the living room) It went into the trash can. Did he take out the trash too? (Bentley’s treasure became trash.
) I thought it was trash. Did you take out the trash? – Yes. / – My goodness. It wasn’t trash. I am sorry. I thought it was trash. (It was my precious treasure.) I am sorry. Gosh, Ben is crying. Dad, you made him cry.
You should make it for him. – What? / – The chicken. Make it. (Dad, make the chicken dish.) That was just a pamphlet for a chicken restaurant. Chicken? – Chicken? / – Chicken. (The talk of chicken makes Bentley smile.
) Just the thought of it makes him happy. – Yes to chicken? / – Yes to chicken. – What kind of chicken dish was it? / – Crispy. – Radish. / – A lot of pickled radish. Dongchimi. – Was it similar to dongchimi? / – Dongchimi.
I will make something. Let’s see how it tastes. I will give it a try. How should I make it? Dongchimi and chicken. – I will give it a try. / – Hold on. Do chicken and dongchimi go well together? How will he make that? (Let’s cook something.
) (Solemn) He is sharpening his knives. (Take out the radish from dongchimi and slice it.) That’s the radish from dongchimi. This is small enough, right? (Attach the sliced dongchimi to chicken and batter.
) – What is that? / – Gosh. The dongchimi was attached to the batter. Is that even possible? My goodness. I guess it’s possible. That’s quite different. The pickled radish. That’s right. I think the dish will taste like radish and chicken.
– It smells good. / – It smells good, right? Take a seat. (Sniffing) It smells good. (Shall I try it?) (Gosh, it’s hot.) It’s hot. I told you it’s hot. (I should cool it down first.) Where is the dongchimi? This dish contains dongchimi, William.
I don’t see dongchimi. It’s on the fried batter. Shall I try it? It’s like rest area corn dogs with fries for batter. I can’t imagine how the dish tastes with dongchimi. (Gosh, this taste…) – How does it taste? / – It’s tasty, right? – Is it tasty? / – Is it tasty? (The dongchimi chicken covered with radish pieces) See? (He takes a bite) (like a beast.
) – It must be tasty. / – I guess. You are eating with gusto. I feel very proud in moments like this, William. (How will Bentley judge the dish?) – Chicken. / – Yes, it’s chicken. – A lot of chicken. / – I made a lot, right? Press like.
– He is satisfied. / – Is it tasty? – Yes. / – Enjoy the dish. I will eat a lot. – No! / – What? It’s mine. (I will eat all of it.) – It’s a new dish. / – That’s right. It’s a new dish. How did you think to add radish? It’s nice to eat them both at once.
Right? It’s called Eat Chicken Radish. Eat Chicken Radish. – Thumbs up. / – Thumbs up. Thumbs up. You are amazing! You are amazing! (He expresses his love violently.) – He should sell it somewhere. / – Good.
My love. Let’s change and go out.