A Plethora of Pinatas
00:00 - 01:26
1m 26s

Jefe and El Guapo casually converse, and their conversation comes to a pause when El Guapo uses the word, "plethora." Jefe does not know the meaning of the word but acts like he does.


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  • Linda Brandon
    over 3 years ago
    Agree with James! Seems like there is too much stereotypical imagery.
  • James Spitler
    over 4 years ago
    Very funny movie and good clip for vocabulary, but certainly screen ahead of time using the lens of cultural relevancy/appropriateness.
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