I know. I know, Mom, you don’t need to apologize. I’ll find something, don’t worry. I gotta go. I love you too, bye. ¿Usted lo ve el viernes pasado? No, no él no apareció. ¿ Y por qué no? Por qué él dijo que estaba con su novia. ¡De ninguna manera! >> Would you speak English, please?
You know, it’s kind of rude? >> [LAUGH] Okay, so it’s rude to speak Spanish. >> No, no, I just, when you speak Spanish I can’t, I’m left out of the conversation. >> [SOUND] I mean, you do know that this party we’re going to is at the Latino Cultural Center, so there may just be a few more rude people there. >> Rico. >> I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I didn’t mean- >> We know, it’s okay. Are you okay? >> It’s nothing, I tried using my dining card and it kept getting rejected. So I called my mom and she’s having financial issues. >> It’s not a big deal, I just have to get a part-time job, that’s all. >> Have you eaten today?
>> No. >> Well then we’d better hustle over to the LCC, I heard it’s being catered by Casa Fiesta and that food goes fast. >> Casa Fiesta, do you think they’re hiring? >> I don’t know, let’s find out.
>> Is this spicy or mild? >> It’s spicy, enjoy. >> Excuse me? >> Yes? >> Are you hiring? >> Are we hiring? >> Yes, Casa Fiesta. >> I don’t know, you’ll have to call the restaurant. >> Okay, thank you.
This is so good. >> I’ve already had five, I wanted to get more but I think people were starting to give me looks. [LAUGH] >> Doesn’t this make you homesick? >> It makes me sick, but just in my stomach, not for my home. >> You don’t like tacos, how is that possible? Are you, like, allergic? >> No, I am Argentinian. >> Tacos are Mexican, I am not. >> Don’t worry, I made the same mistake. I mean who doesn’t like tacos, right, it’s tacos. [LAUGH] >> Freshman year I tell Connor here I’m missing my family, so to cheer me up he takes me to Taco Bell. >> It cheered me up.
>> I must have told him, like, 20 times, I’m Argentinian, no quiero Taco Bell. >> God, you’re never gonna let me live that down. >> See that’s why we have parties like this, not only is there free food but it’s educational. Go on Connor, tell her, how many countries speak Spanish? >> 21, and apparently they don’t all eat tacos. [LAUGH] >> [LAUGH] >> [LAUGH]
>> Be right back. Hey, Kelly, is something wrong? >> No, I just need to be going. >> Well, what was up with the wallflower routine? >> Well, unfortunately I’ve developed this annoying condition where I keep sticking my foot in my mouth. >> [LAUGH] All right, well it sounds like you might need to see a doctor, and fortunately for you there is a doctor here. >> That’s okay, it’s best if- >> Come on. So Dr. Romero may not be able to cure your condition, but I did hear that the good doctor is going to hire some new lab assistants. >> Really? >> Uh-huh, kitchen. But after singing you praises, Dr. Romero wants to meet you. >> He does?
>> Yes, [LAUGH] she does. Dr. Romero, I’d like to introduce you to my good friend, this is Kelly Lewis. >> Nice to meet you, Kelly. I hear you’re looking for a job? >> I’ll give you two some privacy.
>> So? >> I’m sorry about earlier. >> It’s understandable. You heard my accent, I was holding salsa, and you assumed I was the caterer. >> But I shouldn’t have, that was my fault, I’m truly sorry. >> It’s okay. >> I feel like I’ve been apologizing a lot lately, it’s been a rough day. >> Rico told me about your situation.
>> My mom works really hard, but it’s tough trying to make ends meet when you’re raising three kids on your own. >> I was raised by a single mother too, it’s very difficult.
Believe it or not, Kelly, I think we may have a lot in common.
My office hours are on there, come by on Tuesday and we’ll talk about that job. >> Thank you, Dr. Romero, thank you. >> And it was nice meeting you for the second time.