Lucy tells Ricky to read a bedtime story as if he were reading it to his child. He makes several mistakes pronouncing words that end in "ough," such as "boughes," "rough," "through," and "cough." Lucy corrects his pronunciation every time he makes a mistake.
The narrator describes the setting: Amelie experiences a feeling of perfect harmony and has an urge to help others. She helps walk a blind man to the metro. Along the way, she describes in meticulous detail the various activities going on in the city.
Abraham reads excerpts from a song in Spanish to Selena. Since she doesn't speak Spanish, he translates words and phrases for her. They then have a talk in which Abraham encourages Selena to embrace her Mexican roots. He tells her that she can like both American and Mexican music; it doesn't have to be one or the other.