♪♪ -♪ Always had high, high hopes ♪ ♪♪ -There he is.
We need your help. We’re trying to become citizens. -You seem pretty American to me. -I thought I was. Now I got to take, like,
some dumb history test just so I don’t get sent back
to Moldova. -Where is Moldova? -I don’t know, man!
What do I look like, a book? -♪ We got a good thing… ♪ -That’s Griselda.
She’s Dominican. That’s Hakim.
He’s a nerd from Ethiopia. Mei Lin and Jun Ho —
they’re rich as hell, but they won’t actually say
where they’re from. -Our dad lives
in international waters. -Is this the man who will help? What a great idea, brother.
-We’re not brothers. You use the word “disco”
as a verb. -You want to disco?
Let’s go! Disco right now! -We need a teacher. -I’m gonna go ahead and say no. -We were gonna hire you
for the whole week. -That’s, like, 15,000 bucks. -My God. Do you think
that’s a lot of money? -Griselda, you’re up.
-Yep. -I thought you worked
at FedEx. -I do.
At night, I work here. -Oh, two jobs.
-Kind of. In the morning,
I deliver newspapers, then I go over to the Genius Bar
and I fix a couple of iPhones for a few hours, then FedEx. Let me get you a refill. -In school, our dad would have one
conversation with our teacher, and we’d get all A’s. -He bribed them? -I wouldn’t call getting your
family back a bribe, but sure. -It’s clear your dad
is a legit supervillain. -♪ Had to have
high, high hopes ♪ -What are you talking about? -I told you.
I’m more of a science guy. -Be less boring. ♪♪ -Back home, I was
a cardiothoracic surgeon. But I love America.
I want to be a part of. -That’s awesome, man.
Thanks for the ride. -You owe me $27.50.
-Oh! -What does this place
have to do with us? -Look at those guys out there. You got immigrants
from everywhere. -It’s been inspiring
just being here. Well, back to work. Soda!
Soda here! -Can anybody tell me
who Benjamin Franklin was? -He’s the guy on the $100.
Those are my favorites. -Yes, but that’s not exactly
what I’m looking for. -He’s the Hamilton
of “Hamilton.” -That’s Hamilton. -♪ High, high hopes
for a living ♪ -You can’t just let a bunch
of strangers into my house. -It would only be illegal
if we were soldiers, and the government was forcing
you to house us. That’s the Third Amendment.
Boom. -Jun Ho?
You learned something! -I’m amazing!
[ Laughs ] -♪ Always had high, high hopes ♪