– Hi, Hon.
– Hey, Hon. Are you alright? I’m fine. You haven’t moved for hours. Excuse me, Hon. I just
need to take this. – Alright.
– It’s about business. Hello? I’m tired of waiting for
that idiot to pay me. He keeps going to
my gambling den, but he doesn’t have any money. I’m tired of waiting. Get each and every one
of his kids, and kill who you must. Then, get the white van ready. Okay, boss! Take them outside! Come on! Let’s go! Move it! Sir Cardo! Chairman Alyana! – Krista’s here.
– Let them in. Come, love. Come in, guys.
How have you been? We’re fine. You? Come eat breakfast with us. No thanks, we already ate. We just want to ask if we can
leave Letlet here for a while. We just have somewhere
important to be. Of course. Right, love? Just like we told you before,
she’s welcome here any time. Don’t worry, Krista.
You’re already like family. We’ll watch over Letlet. Really? We’re family now? Of course, Letlet. You can come here
any time you want. Thank you. We’ll get going then. – Sure.
– Be careful. Behave yourself, okay? Okay. Bye, Whiskey Bye, kiddo. – We’ll get going. Thank you.
– No problem. I’ll just see them out. – Okay.
– Okay. – Come here, Letlet. Let’s eat.
– Come, dear. Join us for breakfast. – Sit down here.
– Please get her a plate, love. Hey, Letlet. Slow down.
You might choke on your food. I didn’t know this kid’s
a big eater. She doesn’t look like it, right? Mommy was just too shy
to tell you, but we really haven’t
had breakfast yet. Then why did she tell us
you guys already ate? We really haven’t. You see, she and Whisky
are on a diet. Whiskey, you did leave Letlet
some money, right? Come on, Krista. You should know by now that Letlet’s already used to
being left alone. And I’m confident that
Grandma Flora and her family will take good care of Letlet. And to answer your question,
yes, I did leave her some money. Let me ask you
something, Letlet. Where is your father? Mommy said I have no father. I see. But your mother’s
always there with you, right? Not really. Mommy’s always out of the house, and I’m always left alone. So you’re really making me feel
like I’m a lousy mother. Letlet’s a big girl now. She can take care of herself. Besides, she’s better off
staying there. That way, she’ll have
lots of playmates. You’re right. She’s better off now that
she has people to stay with. I mean, don’t you remember? We used to leave
that poor kid alone! It even got to the point
where she learned to cook rice and other dishes
on her own because she’d always end up
eating spoiled food! My god! I feel bad for this kid. You know what, Letlet?
I have an idea. Whenever your mom and Whiskey
leave the house, just come here. That way, you’ll have someone
to keep you company. Wow! Thank you! No problem.
Now, go on and eat. But slow down, okay?
You might choke on your food. Okay! Have some water, dear. Have some water, dear. Okay. Well, I’m glad that you
left that kid at home, my dear. I won’t be able to stand her
if she acts up. And I’m sure that she’ll act up
when we get to the mall. I really am not fond
of that kid. Stanley, it’s alright if
you’re not fond of Letlet. Just promise me that
you love me, okay? I don’t get it, Love. We both badly want to
have another kid. While other people? They have kids. But they neglect their kids.