The Hammingtons are in Australia to see their grandma. (They went to Australia to visit their grandma.) – Nana. / – Nana. – My Bentley! / – Who is that? They haven’t seen her for a year. – She was so happy to welcome them. / – Look at her. (They’re reuniting after a year.) Hello, Bentley! Thanks to Nana’s gifts, William and Bentley had a fun-filled Halloween. That evening. (That evening…) (Nana is preparing a special dinner.) I think Ben and William will like this. Did she make it herself? (It’s a Halloween party.) (Even the decorations are perfect!) There are scary yet sweet fruit skewers, kimbap that will surely win over the boys’ tastes as well as cookies made just for Halloween. She prepared for the party perfectly. (Halloween party is all ready to go!) Let’s have a happy Halloween. Cheers! (Give me a skewer!) – Ben is already hungry. / – Please. – “Please.” / – Don’t eat it yet. We have to do a toast first. You can’t eat it yet. I’ll give you one. – Don’t eat it yet. / – They should eat it together. (I’m just kidding.) He’s joking. How cute. (Then I will eat it too!) Nana made all of this. What should you say? Nana, thank you very much. Zombie. (Thank you!) Thank you. – Happy Halloween! / – Happy Halloween! – Happy Halloween! / – Happy Halloween! – Cheers. / – Seriously. They all look so happy. (May I eat it now?) He has food in both hands. It makes him feel at ease. There must be such a thing. (I don’t want to.) He won’t share food. Not even with his dad. – Give me some. / – What about William? Can you give your brother one? (No!) (I don’t want to.) – Not even William. / – I don’t want it either. Please. Please. What about Grandma? (I should give Grandma one.) Really? – My goodness. / – Thank you. – What a good boy. / – Thank you. (No problem.) (Look at this.) Look. (Biting) He bit it off. – Hi, Bentley. Hello. / – He’s… – Bentley is in shock. / – This is my finger. (Dad bites his too!) (Why did you eat that? Spit it out!) My hand. (Biting) (What’s going on?) – Daddy. / – I ate his finger. I ate his finger. (I better check it myself!) – He’s going to eat it. / – He intercepted it. Yes. He’ll know once he tastes it. (This is so much fun.) It was a cookie. (By the way…) I feel like a queasy zombie right now. – Zombie? / – It could be a little greasy. – He’s not feeling good. / – William’s a picky eater. (Wait!) I have… I got something for you. – She prepared something. / – I’ll get it for you. I can’t wait. (Are you giving us water?) (What could this be?) What is that? (What could this be?) What’s in Australia that will suit William’s taste? It’s for you. What’s this? – What is it? / – Dongchimi? – Dongchimi? / – Dongchimi? They have dongchimi in Australia? What’s this? Dongchimi. Dongchimi. That’s amazing. She’s so considerate. (This is the stuff!) How cute. – Dongchimi is the best. / – Yes. It looks good. (It’s hard to scoop up.) I like dongchimi. You’re enjoying that. I’m a dongchimi man. It feels refreshing now. What score will you give it? Is it 5 or 10? (After looking for an opportunity…) (Let me have a taste.) – It’s the same thing. / – Hey. Hey. (I was close.) (They’re so cute.) Who made this? This tastes like the one from Eungam-dong. Nana made it. She made it for you. He says it tastes like the dongchimi he eats at home. I had to get everything that they wanted… Did she prepare it especially for William and Bentley? As long as my boys are happy. – Me too. Happy. / – Good. (I’m happy too.) I have something to give to you. – He got a present for you. / – Yes. (It’s a secret!) – What is it? What did they get? / – Nana, wait. – Okay. Okay. / – Wait. Okay, I’ll wait. I’m waiting. (I’m just going to eat some more.) Go on and say yes. He’s so cute. (It’s so sweet, it makes his nostrils wide.) (Screeching) (My brother is back.) – He’s back. / – Present. – What could it be? / – A present for me? Thank you. What is it? It’s a present for Nana. What should I buy for Nana? – This is it! / – What did he buy? – What is it? / – I must buy this. – Hello. Do you want to buy this? / – Yes. That’s 24.95 dollars. What do you have? Do you have money? Does he have cash? – What? Isn’t that a bank book? / – A bank book? Okay. You have money in here. How do I… William, what are you doing? Since Nana is sick, I bought her medicine. We put ointment on the baby whenever he’s hurt. She should put this on if she’s sick. (William is buying ointment for his grandma.) – He has such a warm heart. / – I must buy this. I’m sad when you’re sick. Nana, don’t get sick. – It’s so touching. / – It is. (Kissing) (Dad, give me a kiss too.) Beautiful. The Hammingtons are full of love even in Australia.