What’s Romina doing? She even had to
involve Nanny Esther. Marga, can you please
just do that tomorrow? I can’t, Mom.
This is due tomorrow. I need to finish this tonight. – Mom! Oh my God!
– Oh my God! Where’s my phone? The flashlight… Carlos? What happened to the power? I don’t know! It just
suddenly went out! Let me check. Of all the luck… Nothing seems broken. Nothing’s wrong
with the wiring. Dad, don’t tell me we’re
connected illegally? Eww, that’s cheap. Marga, our power
can’t be cut because I gave your mother enough
to pay the power bill. Daniela? Don’t tell me… Fine, I forgot, okay? Daniela, that was
an important errand. Why did you forget? That’s not my job! I don’t pay the bills!
I don’t run errands! That’s why we’ve
got Nanny Esther. But you kept delaying it. What are we
supposed to do now? Mom, Dad, can you please
just stop arguing? I need to finish this tonight. How am I supposed to do
this without lights? Where are you going?! I’ll find a way to fix this. Hey, Rosita, what happened
to the family who lives here? Well, they said they’d
take care of everything. Don’t mind them. Let them fix
their own problems. Maybe they don’t have
enough money. I knew it.
You won’t be getting any money from them. You know what, Nay? Maybe we should just
kick them out. I can’t stand
that Marga anymore. Dear… Just be patient, okay? Trust me, we will
benefit from them. I believe in that family. But, Ate, what if they’re just
pretending to be rich? Ramon, you saw the people
who came here, right? Their friends are loaded. That’s why I’m putting up
with that Daniela. I won’t let our hard work
go to waste. If you say so. Sit back down! Watch the game! – Who’s next?
– Has anybody won yet? Give me that! What about you? O… …64! – Oh my god!
– Your turn! What happened? Some wax drippings
fell on my book. Poor kid. She’s forced to
study in the dark. Yeah. Are they really that poor now? They can’t even pay
their electricity bill. Daniela… What happened, anyway? We just forgot to pay
the electricity bill because the disconnection
notice never came. Is that so? Oh, by the way, the people who live here
run a cooperative. We need your contribution. Okay. I’ll give you the money soon. Soon? I need the money now. Don’t you know
what “soon” means? What’s the matter? Are you that desperate
for money? Maybe they just don’t have
any money left. Look at them. They can’t even
pay their electricity bill. How about you? Do you really have
nothing better to do? You must be so bored
with your lives to have the time to
meddle in our affairs. What’s the matter?
Can’t you understand English? You arrogant witch! You’re so poor, you can’t
even pay your bills! For all I know,
this is all your fault. Admit it. You cut off
our electricity. I heard in the news how
squatters use jumper cables to steal other
people’s electricity. That’s what you are,
right? Squatters? Hey! You better watch
your mouth, lady! Don’t forget, you’re no
different from the rest of us. We all breathe the same air. How dare you?! Mom, that’s enough. Marga, get dressed.
We’re having dinner outside. I can’t stand these peasants. Let’s go.
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