Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Dude, Yes! Perfect, bro. Absolutely. I'll definitely bring the kettle corn. Yeah, of course, of course. Can't wait to see you. I'll talk to you later. Love you, pops. That was your dad? Yeah. He's just confirming some plans for dinner. My whole family's in town for the holidays, so... just kind of making it a big deal. That's cool. It just sounded like you're talking to a friend. My dad is my friend. He's my best friend. Isn't your dad your best friend? Yeah, um, sure. I mean we just don't really communicate it that way. I think Asian people, we're not as open and casual when we're talking about our emotions like... you are. So your parents don't say what they really feel. No. They don't say "I love you"? (laugh) ...No. When you told your dad you were visiting home, what did he say? Are the tickets cheap? Don't come home unless they are cheap! But what do you think he really meant? You're not making enough money at your job right now. So you'd better save up if you want to have a good future. See? That's nice! Yeah, I guess. What about when you were growing up? "WHAT THEY SAID" Not bad. "WHAT THEY REALLY MEANT" I'm proud. But I cannot brag about you to Mrs. Chen unless you are number one. So practice harder for first place next time please. "WHAT THEY SAID" Be home by 10 o'clock! "WHAT THEY REALLY MEANT" I know you're not really going to your friend's house to study, and you're probably meeting up with the girl from the piano recital. So be home before I go out looking for you. "WHAT THEY SAID" You can do better. "WHAT THEY REALLY MEANT" Actually it's amazing that you even got an A-, considering all the hours you play video games. But I want you to be successful. And education is the only way I know how to achieve that. "WHAT THEY SAID" Did you eat yet? "WHAT THEY REALLY MEANT" I love you but I don't want to say that, so I'm making sure you're well fed. That's how my parents said "I love you" to me. And it's less awkward. That's really interesting. Why do you think they don't say what they feel? I don't know. Maybe they're just not really used to it? Maybe they didn't hear much when they were growing up? They can hear it now, right? 聖翔, come help me with the groceries! Hey, ma. The grocery store's so busy today, but I got everything to make your favorite dishes! Did you eat yet? I love you, too, ma. I love you. Ooh~ Hi Mrs. Wang! Oh, hi, Jackie! His name's Jake, ma! The e's silent. I've been telling you this since middle school. Sorry, Jack!