Please welcome, Ineng! Ineng, what do you want to be when you grow up? Doctor! Doctor? Why do want to become a doctor? So I could treat my father if he’s ill. You’re kind, huh. What is his job? [He works] in the poultry. In the poultry? What’s that? What does he do there? I don’t know. When he gets home at night, does he brings chicken? Nothing… Why? Lose? It’s prohibited to get some. Don’t you want to be an actress? I hope so, Sir wil. You’re capable to be an artist, right? Yes. Are you beautiful? No. Why did you say that? An artist is a good-looking, and you’re pretty. Ineng is beautiful, right? Don’t say that you’re not beautiful because you are. You’re lovely. You have tantalizing eyes.
Okay? Yes. How many children are you in the family? We’re seven. I’m the sixth child. Who convinced you to join here in Wowowin? My father. Did they watch? Yes. Do you want to join here? Yes. Why? Because I want to see you. Oh, do you think that I am just for grandmothers, huh? Right? Give me a kiss. Thank you, huh? You want to see me. Do you know what my name is? Sir Wil. Are you happy? Yes. What do you want from me? Money. Yes! Ineng is right. That’s what they need.
Why do you need money? So I could pay for… What? Our debts. Okay, so who’s with you? Please introduce. I would like to introduce to you my sexy mother, Winnie. Good afternoon, Sir Wil. Oh, see? Wow. Are you happy with your seven kids? Yes. Seven? Yes. What’s your husband’s job? He’s working with chickens. Which chickens? The ones that are being sold in the market. Ah, in the farm, in poultry? Ahh, okay. What do you want to tell Ineng? Ineng, I love you very much. Study well. Yes, mommy. I hope you behave; you could put yourself into danger if you stay naughty. That’s all. What do you want to say to your mom? Mommy, I love you too, very much. Ineng, why are you crying? Tell me. Because it’s making me emotional. Yes, of course it is. Okay. How about your dad, what do you want to tell to your father? I’m here in Wowowin. Daddy, Daddy, I love you very much. Take care of the chickens. She’s right. It’s her family’s source of income. Ineng is a bright child, she has a point. Oh, wipe your tears. Wipe it first. Oh, she’s right. You should be mindful of your job. The chickens. So that’s what you want from me, money? Yes. How much? 100 [pesos] will do. Lend me a hundred, please. Let’s give her an allowance. Children nowadays know how much is a hundred pesos. Oh, here’s 100, it’s okay even two 50-peso bills Thank you, Sir Wil. Oh, see? What will you do with that money? I’ll buy milk for my younger sibling. You’re thoughtful. Let’s give her a round of applause. Do you have television? None. Oh, don’t you have TV? So how come they knew about the audition for incoming grade 1 students? We just watch with our neighbours. Oh, from your neighbour. What’s your favourite show? Your show. Oh, really. Give her mom a jacket. Okay? There you go. Alright.