Jay and Manny are worried about how Gloria may have solved the problem with the neighbor's noisy dog.
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Directions: Choose the expression that best completes the sentence
Mom, the dog again.
I know, papi. I want to strangle that crazy old thing.
Just ignore it.
It's easy for you to ignore because you have the old-man hearing. But Manny and I, we have the young ears.
I don't get how one dog keeps you awake when you grew up sleeping through cockfights and revolutions.
Very funny, Jay. Manny hasn't been able to sleep in weeks. It's screwing his brain for school, and it doesn't stop. It's goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on!
Yes! That could be annoying.
That's it. I'm going over there.
Gloria, now don't go starting something. Because whenever you do, I'm the one that That she couldn't hear.
Buenos dias. Hi. We haven't formally met. I'm Gloria Pritchett from next door.
Larry Paulson. Yeah, I've seen you. Lucky guy.
Wait a minute, then tell me.
Your dog doesn't stop barking all morning, all night. He wakes my son up, and he needs his sleep.
It's not my dog. It's my soon-to-be ex-wife's. She moved out three weeks ago.
Is she coming back for it?
Not unless it starts crapping money.
You need to do something about the dog.
The dog is old and stupid.
Who are you really mad at, Larry the dog or your wife?
Who the hell is this kid?
There's no need for that.
I'll tell you who he is. His name is Shut Up Your Damn Dog!
You know what's ironic? You come over here complaining and I have never once said a word about that obnoxious parrot of yours that's always squawking.
Jay! Jay! Jay!
What is he talking about? What parrot?
How the hell do I know?
What do we do now?
Nothing. We did it. He heard us.
He didn't heard nothing. Jay, don't go. Jay! Jay! Jay!
Where the hell's the dog?
Who is it?
It's our neighbor.
The dog is gone.
Maybe it ran away.
It was chained to a tree.
Maybe your wife took it.
According to my credit card, my wife is in Europe searching for the world's most expensive hotel.
Then what do you want from us?
You come over complaining about the dog. And the next day it's gone? You tell me.
How dare you? You come to our house, you ring our bell many times and you accuse us of taking your dog!
You should go home.
We're not done here.
Yes, we are.
What did you do?
You don't want to know.
Gloria's grandfather and uncles were butchers so she's always had a certain comfort level when it comes to killing. One time, we had this rat.
What? First you smash it. Then you cut the head off.
It was like nothing to her.
I go to church now.
She left the head out there to send a message to the other rats.
Ah! Don't sneak up on me like that. What are you doing out here?
You got in my head about my mom. Is that the rat shovel?
Are you checking it for signs of dog?
I was going to.
Let's do this quick. If she catches us, we're as dead as that dog probably is.
What are you doing here?
Why are you looking at that shovel? Do you think someone did something with that shovel, Manny?
He thinks you killed the dog!
You little rat.
Don't call me a rat! She kills rats!
You really think that I would kill a dog?
What was I supposed to think?
I don't know. How about I didn't kill a dog?
Just tell me what you did with it.
He's in a better place.
That's what people say when something's dead.
Okay, fine. I took him to a farm where he has plenty of room to run.
That's the second thing people say when something's dead.
My hairdresser's brother has three kids. They live in the country. They were so happy to have the dog that they gave me a jar of pickles. Is that also what they say when something is dead?
Look. Look how happy they are instead of him being tied to a tree outside with no one to talk to.
Why didn't you just tell me this in the first place?
Ay, like you would be okay with me stealing a dog.
Exactly. That's why I didn't tell you. Now the dog is happy, Manny can sleep, and we have pickles.