(GUITAR STRUMMING) (MARGO LAUGHING)
Ah, you’re so funny. Gross!
Look, they’re in love! Oh. no, no, no!
Do not say that they’re– No, no, no, no. And my dream is to one day
play video games for a living. Wow, you’re so complicated. GRU: Margo. What is going on here? Oh! Gru,se llamaAntonio,
me llamoMargo.Me llama,llama, ding-dong.
Who cares? Let’s go. ♪ (SALSA MUSIC PLAYING) ♪ Yeah! ♪ (SINGING IN SPANISH) ♪ (SIGHING) Kids eat free on Tuesdays. ♪ (MUSIC STOPS) ♪ (AUDIENCE CHEERING)¡Quepa!Good! MARGO: Awesome! So good to see you again,
mi compadre. ANTONIO: Oh, I see you have
already met my father. What, the father?¡Sí!Look at this crazy, small world
we live in, eh? Come, sit. Let me get you something. (LOUD CLUCK) -Oh, look at you!
-Eh? Ha-ha, he likes me. (ANGRY CLUCKING) Oh, oh, I’m sorry.
Pollitois usually very friendly. He had a rough night. (LAUGHING NERVOUSLY) Well, we really should be going.
Girls, come on. That is a pity.
Young love is beautiful, no? No! Uh, they’re not in love.
They hardly know each other. You are right,cabeza de huevo. They must get to know
each other better. Antonio, why don’t you invite
your girlfriend and her family to ourCinco de Mayoparty? No, no, I–¡Sí!♪ (MARIACHI MUSIC PLAYING) ♪