The Return of Superman, episode 318. “The Challenge Has Already Begun”. What kind of meat are we eating? (Neighing) What is that sound? A goat? (What is that?) – A horse. / – Yes, I think it’s a horse. – Surely not. / – No? – No? / – No. This time, we’ll eat an ear. Whose ear? – An ear? Whose ear? / – A donkey’s. (The Hammingtons came to an exotic restaurant.) Is there such a thing? – Do you know donkey? / – I know. – Really? / – Donkey meat? That’s cool. There’s a donkey in “Shrek”. – That’s right. / – Do you know “Shrek”? It’s Shrek’s best friend. I don’t think it’ll taste good. – It will be unfamiliar to them. / – That’s right. Why do you think so? Is it because it’s Shrek’s friend? I just don’t think the meat will taste good. You’ll only know once you try. You’d never know otherwise. You can enjoy steamed donkey meat with green onions as well as donkey bone soup. – I’m curious about how it tastes. / – Food. Food! – Okay, I’ll give you the rice. / – Bentley wants food. Wait a minute. (It’s too boring to wait.) It just makes him sing. (This is “Food Song”, not “La Song”.) Oh, gosh. He’s excited that there’s food. (Drop the rice.) He’s starting. (Let’s go.) Oh, my gosh. (He’s a future hip-hop artist who splits the beats.) Dad, where is the meat? The meat is underneath this. – Under the green onions? / – I see. (The meat is hidden under the green onions.) (I’m going to try it first.) That looks like braised beef. Is that steamed donkey meat? – Good. / – “Good.” – Ben, is it that good? / – Is it good? He keeps eating. You’re eating well. Here. It’s really tasty. I’m not going to eat it. (William still refuses to eat it.) It’s to Bentley’s taste, but William isn’t feeling up to it yet. (The soup is just to my liking.) – Is it good? / – My goodness. – He’s fallen in love with the soup. / – Ben. Kids look the cutest when they get food on their faces. – Dad, Dad. / – Why? Something must have come to his mind. – What is that? / – What is it? (The thing Bentley takes out is…) – Baby bottle? / – Why did you take that out? Food. – You want food? / – What? (No. I want this.) – Does he want the soup in it? / – Dad, here. (Put the soup in the bottle.) – You want me to put the soup here? / – Yes. – My goodness. / – Put it in. – Are you sure? / – Here, mister. Did you just call me “mister”? (Oh, my bad.) It’s a mistake. I’ve never seen anyone put bone soup in here. Why would you put the bone soup in here? He’s rushing Sam. (I can’t believe Ben.) It’s done. – The color… / – It looks like real formula. – It has the baby formula color. / – Food. It looks just like it. (It’s bone soup formula.) He keeps donkey bone soup in his milk bottle. It’s a tumbler only for Bentley. That’s a novel idea. – I love it. / – Try it. When it comes to eating, no one can beat Bentley. (He’s so funny.) – Dad! / – Yes? – Hurry. / – You want me to do it quickly? Okay, I’ll hurry up. I’m sorry. – He eats that much? / – Food! – Donkey meat looks really tasty. / – Food. Let’s eat. Ben. (Trying donkey meat for the first time) What? More. – I guess it’s very good. / – Meat, please. – I will give it to you. / – I guess it melts. I’m going to have rice only. (Eating rice) William’s not eating because it’s his friend. (William shouldn’t be picky.) – William. / – Yes. If you don’t eat monkey meat, you won’t be able to hear. – What? / – What? He’s trying to make William eat. You can’t listen to your favorite music. – Will you be okay with it? / – Yes. I hear fine. (Is that so?) – Sam is going overboard. / – He won’t fall for that. Yes? (William) – What? / – I knew it. He’s a parenting expert. – My goodness. / – What? Your head is shaking? (Can’t you hear me?) – Look at him act. / – No head? It’s a shout in silence. Hit you? – He’ll definitely fall for it. / – “Hit you.” – Bentley fell for it too. / – What? (The answer is “I’m upset”.) You pooped? Then go poop. (It happened because you didn’t eat the meat.) William’s getting frustrated. I know. (Why can’t I hear anything?) (I’m getting frustrated to watch.) Bentley’s also upset. I can’t hear him. – My goodness. / – Are my ears blocked? Bentley, can you hear him? – Yes. / – He can because he ate it. Can he hear because he had meat? Yes. This. “This”? (Try it.) (I see.) – Eat it? / – That’s right. – He got it. / – He got it. He’s thinking. – No. / – He wants it. (Why would you hesitate when it’s so good?) – Dad. / – He’s so cute. I’ll have the meat. He’s going to eat. (Here it comes.) Finally. (He has a bite with his eyes closed.) How is it? See? It’s good. I guess he likes it. – Dad. / – Yes? – Now that he ate it, he can hear. / – Dad. Can you hear me now? Yes. It’s magic. After eating it, my ears are open. Because you’re a picky eater, you couldn’t hear well. There’s a reason why you shouldn’t be a picky eater. – Right. / – I’m going to eat a lot. Who wants this? (Me!) Sam definitely knows how to handle kids. (See you later.) William and Ben’s delicious story will return soon.