The small boy carried a blank face when he was called to the microphone. This prompted Willie to call Bonel Balingit, a formal basketball player, from the audience. The tall Bonel then stood beside the short Jan-Jan while Willie said, "Ano Jan? Suntukan, gusto mo? Parang naghahamon ka ng away!"
Willie then laughed and asked a high-five from the kid, which Jan-Jan gave easily.
Willie then permitted Jan-Jan to say his greetings. What the kid said elicited huge laughs from Willie and the audience. The kid, however, did not laugh. His face remained as it was-serious, with a tinge of sadness.
Jan-Jan said, "Binabati ko si Papa ko, may parlor! Tsaka si Mama, may birthday!"
Willie asked, "Yung tatay mo may ano?"
Jan-Jan replied, "Parlor."
Jan-Jan looked confused when his answer produced huge laughs again from Willie and the audience. Willie then asked him, "Bakit may parlor ang tatay mo? Ano siya?"
Jan-Jan replied, "Kasi para hanapbuhay."
Willie stopped laughing, softened up, and asked, "Anong ginagawa niya sa parlor?"
Jan-Jan said, "Gugupit."
Willie, still soft on the boy, asked, "Siya ba naggupit sa 'yo?"
Jan-Jan said yes.
Willie then asked him who his favorite singer was, to which the kid replied, "Di po ako kakanta." Jan-Jan smiled a little when this answer led the audience to laugh again.
Jan-Jan then introduced his aunt, Jocelyn, who accompanied him to the studio. He told Willie that his mother could not come to the set because she just gave birth.
Jan-Jan's Tita Jocelyn, all excited, then asked Willie for a hug. "Kuya Willie, may request. Puwede ba kita mayakap?"