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Eureka, it worked!

It worked!

Oh, he's beautiful!

He looks like a normal baby.

It can't be them.

They can't have found out so soon.

-We have to hide him, Jan!
-They'll end up finding him.


There's only one thing we can do.

They're here.

-You'll free us from them.

Some day.

You'll be safe here.
It's the planet's most advanced zone.

When you grow up,
you'll come back to save us.

-Get out of my lab, you rats!
-Go back to your sewers.

First of all, good morning.

I know everything.
Don't waste my time.

-He's my son!
-No, he's an experiment.

-Where did you put him?
-Where you can't find him.

Don't make me push the button
and end this once and for all.

I can help.

I've no time for nonsense, Ágata.

But Dad, my cousin Sigfred
is the same age as me

and they let him torture.

Remember when I asked you

to find all the pets on this planet
to annihilate them...

and you hid some of them?

I felt sorry for them,
but I've changed, I'm mature.

I don't get how you can be my daughter.

You always make me look foolish!


a blue planet.

Earth, Planet Earth.

-Are you sure?
-Yes, I saw it. I know where it is.

You can't do anything.
That boy will finish you off!

Fine. You want me to be proud of you?

If you want to sit on this throne one day,

there's your chance.

Listen to me, Ágata.
That boy is the ultimate weapon.

I want him alive.

When you capture him, I'll come for you.

Yes, Dad.
It'll be soon, I won't let you down.


Here we go, the typical creep
on high beam from miles off.

-Don't start, Juan. Let him pass.
-No, I will not.

That hothead isn't overtaking me.

And you'll ruin your timing belt!

You clown! You...

-Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

What are you thinking?

-I don't know right now. You?
-That wasn't a car.


I'll strip this heap
and make a pile on the parts!

It's a meteorite, Juan.

Or worse, an asteroid,
I don't really know the difference.

Sorry, I'm getting nervous.

Juan, I heard something.

-Come here.
-You can hear something.

-María, don't go near it.
-Someone's inside. Be quiet.

Look, Juan! Look!

-It's a gift from heaven.
-Like hell it's a gift!

Look at the baby!

We'll keep it.

We can't, he's not ours!

But look at him, he's lovely.

Honey, that's no baby,
it's an adult dwarf.

-We can't leave him here.
-That mustache is weird.

-What do we know about kids?
-I know they don't fall from the sky.

If it's a miracle, they do.

I've been praying for months
for us to have a child.

María, you're crazy.

Hi, Daddy!

Hi, Daddy!

Look, Daddy.

Look, little guy.

He knows who his dad is.

Little guy!

Well, apart from the mustache,
he looks normal to me.

-Good morning.
-Good morning.

-My car's running wonky.
-Don't worry, my friend.

We'll leave it like new,
we have the latest technology.

I prefer more conventional
methods, thanks.

López! Push harder!

You're a weakling!
Go, shithead! Harder!

Wuss! Piece of shit!

-Come on, here!

-Pass it to me!
-Kick it already!

-You loser, kick it!
-Numbskull goalie!

C'mon, mustache!

Pass it, kid! Loser!


Pass it, you idiot!


Give me five!

-No way.

I got a goal. What's wrong?

Let's go!

What's wrong?

Ball hog.

I told you not to do those things
in front of people.

But I want to win!

All you'll get is no one
wanting to play with you.

That's the way of a cheat.

A coward who won't play right.

-It's how I play. That's me.
-Then hide it, son, hide it.

Keep going and they'll think
you're a weirdo

and you'll be lonelier
than the number one.

Maybe you didn't tell them
the right time.

-Are you sure you did?
-Sure I did.

And the address?
Did you give them the address?

-Is it on the invite?
-They didn't want to come, Dad.

It's because I do weird stuff, huh?

Not weird, honey, just special.

Then why is it bad?

Because you're in Spain.

Look, son. Anywhere else,

in Germany, France, Norway,
you'd be highly prized.

The bad thing is that here,
tall poppies get cut down.

If you stand out, they grind you down.

Is that why my classmates didn't come?

-Because I'm not like them?
-They'll never be like you.

But if you don't do "your stuff",
you can be like them.

Juanito, you don't need to
do anything special,

nothing special, to go far.

Listen, in this country, to be happy
you have to be mediocre.

Come on, son, make a wish.

To be normal.

Juanito, next year
I'm making you a cupcake.


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-Where are you?
-Uh... here.

-Where? Did you sleep in again?
-No, no.

In the office, doing the dispatches.

-I went by before and didn't see you.
-I must've been in the bathroom.

-After, when?
-A while ago.

Yes, a while ago...

I was in the bathroom.

I'm coming to see you,
to tell you something.

-No, really,...

I'm tied up with the reports.

-Wasn't it the dispatches?
-The ones that don't match the reports.

Darn it.

-Have you seen López?
-No, I haven't.

Neither have I.

-You could've warned me, eh?
-Look out for the box!

-When did you get here?
-I don't know.

I came in early today, I'm so busy.

Juan, you know I don't want you
to see me as a boss.

You and I are friends above everything.

-Does something smell weird?
-You're the weird one.

It's cologne, expensive too.

Since when do you use cologne?

To discuss that,
I'll take off my boss hat

and put on my friend hat.
Work and friendship can't mix.

Technically, you're not my boss.

She's starting today,
I hired her after all.

-You got that girl the job?
-It's not like that.

She deserved the job.

Another thing is if something
came up in the interviews,

a spark, you might say.

You can't use interviews to score.

Everyone knows that job interviews
are a bit like dates.

No, they're not.

On a date, what do you talk about?
Work, hobbies...

Speaking of hobbies,

you won't believe it, but ours
are the same: reading and travel.

But everyone likes that!

Help me plan something cool, as a welcome.

We've never welcomed anyone.

I'm putting on my friend hat to tell you

that you and I haven't
been out partying in ages.

Count me out. I'm getting breakfast.

I knew it. You just got here!

Darn it.


Good morning. Can you tell...

No... Juan?

-What are you doing here?

I knew in college that
you'd go far and look at you,

a receptionist.

No, I don't work here.

I work in the company,
but in a real job.

-Okay, you're kidding me.
-Amazing meeting like this!

We must catch up.
But not now, I'm late.

-Could you tell Jaime González?

-You're going to work here?
-Looks like it. I still can't believe it.

Did you have to do eight interviews too?


-Luis Lanas is here.
-Send her in.


You're great at it.

You should seriously consider
being a receptionist.

Normally with new people

we have a welcoming party.

A little drink. Are you into that?

Right, family, look out,
we're making an auto-selfie.

I know it's not a selfie,
strictly speaking,

but you get my drift.

A nice memento of your first day,
right, Luisa?

That's what we're like here.
A great atmosphere.

Going out and living it up
any day of the week.

-Where's the bathroom?
-Through the door, on the right.

-How do you know her?
-From college.

-She was a friend's girlfriend.
-Did you like her?

He wasn't a close friend...

-I asked if you liked her.
-Jaime, no. I didn't.

Sir, if there's nothing else,
we'll get going too.

Stay here until I tell you, okay?

Our shift ended two hours ago.

Look. See that gadget?

It's got more commitment
to the company than both of you.

I always need my boss hat
with those two.

We've had a drink.
That's enough, isn't it?

If you all go at once,
she'll get suspicious.

I want to order a pizza
with lots of black olives.

She loves black olives.

You asked in the interview
how she like her pizzas?

When she comes back,
go to the corner shop for ice

and don't come back.

You know what that's called? Strategy.

The HR guy 's coming on to me.

I told you he was already
in the interviews.

I'll make some excuse and go.

No, wait.
Remember Juan, from college?

That's him, with the mustache.

He works here too.

Just as well he's at the party.


-Yes, I'll stick around.
-Stick around?

Juanito, go get some ice.

We've been knocking it back so much
we run out of ice.

Yes, there's ice.

-No, there's no ice.



Where's Luisa?

I don't want to brag,
but I think she got scared.

The tension here was too much
for her and she chose to go.

A shame, because I was already
thinking about my Aunt Clari.

Don't give them that crap
about your Aunt Clari.

Juan, they have a right
to know too. Don't be racist.

A trick to keep going in bed,
and I don't mean sleeping.

I think of three images:

my Aunt Clari dancing,

a leek pie and beige corduroy pants.

Okay, got it?

I go from one to another
in my head. One...

the other...

the other.

That way I can spend
hours with a woman.

Well, not hours, what a chore.

Psst, Juan!

What are you doing?

-I was on my way home.
-Straight home or out?

I don't know. Are you hungry?



Well, next time.

-Hey, maybe I'll make it.
-You'll make it...

-I will. What do you bet?
-You won't. See you tomorrow.

Excuse me.

Do you like black olives?

-How's Rober?
-What Rober?

-What other Rober would there be?
-From college?

-Yes. Are you still together?
-Juan, please.

We left college 10 years ago.

We weren't even an item.
How could I be with Rober?

I don't know, just asking.

If he found out I was here
eating with you, he'd freak.

-Freak? Why?
-Rober always, I don't know,

-thought you were weird.
-People talk too much.

He'd say: "Don't you think
he's hiding something?".

I'd say: "Juan seems really normal to me".

That's what I say.

What do I have to hide?

You wanted to know
if I have a boyfriend.

-Let's go somewhere else, eh?
-We'll finish this and go.

Will you keep it down?

-What are you laughing at?

You, squirt.

-What's so funny?
-Shut up, you old bat.

Don't get mad, Luisa.

What did you say?

Luisa, we can finish up...

-You gonna be the hero, or what?
-Me, no. I didn't say a thing.

Maybe we'll bust your ass.

-You, bust my ass?
-I didn't say it, it was her.

-What if he does?
-It's illegal to hit a minor.

-I'm 18. What's up?

It's illegal to hit people in general.

See this finger?

-I'll blow you down with my index finger.
-Two things.

One, that's not your index finger,
it's your middle finger.

And two, beyond that detail,

you can't floor me

with that finger or anything else.

Here, the middle finger.


My son, remember these words,

if you stand out, they'll grind you down.

Tall poppies get cut down.

Juanito, you don't need to
do anything special to go far.

Don't get involved.

No one gave you
any cards in this game.


107 to Central, please!

107 to Central!

Help, please!

The breaks aren't responding!

We're a runaway!

107 to Central!
The brakes aren't responding!

We're going to crash!

We're going to crash!

What was that?



Relax. It's all under control.

What are you doing?

I don't know!


You're about to witness

the birth
of a new technological revolution.

I present a future member of our family:


Your homes will never be
the same again.

Ultimate cleaning:
it vacuums, sweeps and mops.

Of course,
with the technical service of CHIT.

It's time to take the step.


We've found him.

Are you sure?

Someone stopped
a subway train in Spain.

Hit the video!

What video?

Spain? What's someone like that
doing in Spain?

Last night he stopped
one of our derailments.

Did some idiot hit
the emergency brake?

No, we always deactivate them
before causing an accident.

We have the images
in the control room.

I don't need them.

None of them show his face?

The whole planet is full
of our technology.

-He has no way out.
-There's no time to lose.

Warn my clones there
that I'm coming immediately.

And stay alert.

Remember, we're facing
the ultimate weapon.

Coffee with cream and a croissant.

The coffee and pastry no,
but I can cream you.

Warm or hot?

Sorry, sir.


Everyone's talking about
the strange subway event yesterday.

An unknown man
leapt onto the tracks

causing chaos and astonishment
among those present.

We have exclusive images
from the security cameras...

He's got a comet on his back.
You can't go that fast!

Let's do a bit of work, right?

We get sidetracked by anything here.

-You're right, it's no big deal.
-I didn't say that either.

You stop a speeding subway train...

-Explain last night, right now.

-What happened last night?
-Don't pretend with me!

-I didn't stop a train!
-What train?

-What train?
-I'm talking about Jaime.

-His weird party last night.
-Oh, okay.

Look what he gave me today.
My personal cards.

500 of them.

I don't want to be dirty minded,

but it's like he hired me to hit on me.

Luisa, that's the way Jaime is.

-What are you all looking at?
-It's nothing.

-Let me see.
-It's nothing!

-What is it?
-Luisa, it's nothing.

Oh, that crap.

You can see a mile off
that it's a publicity stunt.

A guy with superpowers in Spain?

Shut up, it's pathetic.

-Not really pathetic, eh?

A superhero turns up and he's Spanish,
the crappiest you can get.

A superhero has to be American,
or English or Japanese.

What, was he born
in Arguijuela de Todos los Santos,

Province of Cáceres? No, Juan.


imagine, not you and me, no,

but if there were someone
totally altruistic,

capable of risking his life
to save the lives of lots of people...

No, Juan. Some things don't fit.
Superhero and Spanish, no.

German, maybe.
He could be German.

But Spanish?
Don't make me laugh.

Who's the villain: Punctuality?

Maybe he's not a superhero.

-Maybe he's someone special.
-You're irritating today.

Keep it up, and I won't
have dinner with you tonight.

-Dinner, the two of us?
-What's wrong?

-What are you talking about?
-Nothing, work.

Then you haven't found out.

Ágata Muller has come to Spain.

The vacuum cleaner lady?

Well, the technological guru,
I like to call her.

But yes,
basically she sells vacuum cleaners.

You look nice today, Luisa.

News of the day is about
the visit to our country

of possibly the world's
most famous businesswoman.

Our people are already with
the multimillionaire Ágata Muller,

who's about to make a statement.
We go live.

I've always wanted to meet
someone like this.

We're used to pursuing
those who commit crimes.

It's also important to find

those who stand out
for doing things right.

So I wish to send him this message.

I know that he's listening.

Whoever you are,

I want you to know
that I've come to help you

and thank you for being that hero.

And to tell you that you and I
can do great things together.

Like I said, publicity.


It's time to go home.

It's time to go home.

It's time to go home.

-First of all, good morning.
-Dad, it's me, Ágata.

Yeah, great. What do you want?

Jan's son, I've found him at last.

I didn't even think
you were still looking.

I told you I wouldn't let you down.

Yes, but it's been 30 years.
Don't expect me to applaud.

If you knew all the things
I've had to do...

But now you can come and get me.

-Have you found him or got him?
-I'm very close.

He has no way out.
Only the easy part's left.

-Another 20 years?
-When you find out what I've done,

you'll be so proud of me.

My technology has spread
to every corner of the planet

and it controls everything.

Anyone else would've razed the planet
and been back in two days.

You said you wanted him alive.

Come for me and we'll
raze the planet together.

If you don't have him
when I arrive, I will raze it...

with you on it.

Gentleman, you have the big prize.

So get on it immediately.

Sure, boss.

Still, we'll have to stop
the search the day after tomorrow,

it's the patron saint's day festival.

I'm the only patron here.

And no one's stopping
until we trap Jan's son.


-Hi, Luisa. You're there already?
-Yes, half an hour ago.

-I knew it.
-I'm on the bus.

I'm 3, 4 minutes away.

-For being late, you're buying.

Relax, Dumbass. It's alright.

Jan's son, only you can hear me.

Please, can you turn the radio down?

Radio? I don't have a radio.

If you can hear this,
you're who I'm looking for.

Who are you?

-Me? I'm Pedro Luis.
-Don't get involved.

Can't you see the state he's in?

Don't be scared. I'm your friend.

Please, could you stop the bus?
I need to get off here.

Please, you're scaring the dog.
Can't you see?

Driver, let him off, he's crazy!

I have to tell you two things.

God, turn it down,
my head's going to explode!

First, don't talk to me, I can't hear you.

Oh, forget it, forget it.

Second, you have to come see me.

I am Ágata Muller.

Let's talk face to face.

With your super-hearing
it'll be easy for you

to detect the origin of my voice.

You must have many questions.
But relax,

-I'm here to explain everything.
-Just shut up!

I don't get why it took you
so many years to take the step.

Yes, I'm coming!

You have nothing to fear.

I know your secret
and I've come to help you.

Welcome to Chit Technologies.

We were expecting you.


Sorry, but I'm in kind of a hurry.

You don't know how many years
I've waited for this moment.

-You're the vacuum lady.
-30 years.

A whole life hoping to find you.

Sit down, please.
We have a lot to celebrate.

What do we have to celebrate?
I don't know you at all.

Well, I know you from the TV,
I've got one of your blenders.

What you did in the subway
the other night was spectacular.

Stop, stop...

I had absolutely nothing to do

with what happened in the subway.

You don't need to pretend with me.

-I'm like you.
-Yeah, sure. Like me.

A thou a month and on contract.
And you a millionaire. Just the same!

We're from the same place.

-From Masnou?
-Much farther.

We can't spend all our lives on the planet
pretending we're like them.

-Know what I mean?
-No. I don't.

Say it like that and it's like
I was an alien.

-That's just what I mean.
-Yeah, right, hilarious.

When you get back to Planet X,

give ET, Alf and Zoltar a hug for me.

People can't melt things
with their eyes

or run at that speed!

People can't stop a subway train!

Look, two things.
One, I don't do that stuff.

And two, how do you know?

I can take you to a place
where you can be normal.

We'll go back home with my father.

Yeah, sure, in a UFO. Right.

I'm not the person you're after.

-Besides, I'm late for dinner.

That's why!

You want to stay for her...
Who's that girl?

You read my mind?

I tried to convince you the easy way.

-The easy way?
-You're staying here

-until my father arrives.
-Get off!

Get off!

Man, look at my clothes!

Sorry, but look what you did
to my clothes.

I knew it. I knew you were Jan's son!

What's all this about?

Finish him off!

Guys, this is a misunderstanding,
I was going to...


You dropped...


Ágata, stop this!

Stop this!

-Get him, get him!
-Get him!

-Where is he?
-Where is he?

-Who's got him?

He's escaping, that way!

You can escape from here,
but not from who you are.

And you stop bugging me
with that buzzing thing.

It's really unpleasant.

-We won't let him out of the building.
-It won't do any good.

Besides, I know his weak spot now.

Her name's Luisa Lanas.
I want her DNA.




Shitty gadget!

No, not a shitty gadget.
Small to medium appliance.

Or as I like to say,
good old household goods.

Hey, take it easy, okay!

Bad goods!

No, no, no.

Okay, okay! No, no!

Relax, eh?

Whoa! Whoa!


Get back, you bug!

Sit! Sit! Whoa!

Hey, you! Come help me,
it's gone mad!

This robot wants to kill me!

Come on!

What are you doing there?
Come and smash it!

Come on!

Hit it, go!

Go on!

Not a word of this to anyone.
Not the hug either.


Come on, Luisa, answer!

-Answer, please, answer.

-Luisa, where were you?
-Where was I?

Where were you?
Looking like that...

I went to the restaurant,
but you weren't there.

Sure, you wanted me
to be waiting another hour for you?

If you didn't want dinner with me,
you could've said.

Not want dinner with you?

Of course I did, very much,

but something crazy
happened to me.

-Crazier than standing me up?

-I don't quite know yet.

Luisa, what are you doing?

If I drink a bit more,
maybe I'll believe you.


-Jaime again.
-Don't answer it!

-Why not?
-Just in case.

-In case of what?

Shit, bad signal!

This... Luisa, look...

I know what I'm going
to tell you sounds weird,

so I'll say it straight out.

I just caught a smart
vacuum robot with 6 legs

sending your DNA to someone.

Please, when you hear
my message, call me,

I'm coming over with this beast
so you'll believe me.

I know your address
from your resumé.

I haven't seen any emails,
or Facebook or anything.

Don't be suspicious of me,
like your friend Laurita86.


-Go on, apologize.
-Really, Luisa.

I'd love to tell you,

but I need a few days to take it all in.

If I say it straight out,
you'll think it's crazy.

But not "crazy" crazy, no.
Crazy as in "sick".

Okay, better tell me now
while I'm wasted.

This wine cost a fortune
and I have to finish it.

-Luisa, I can't tell you anything.

Because I have to go
and talk to my parents.

-Your parents?

-How old are you, 12?
-Yes. No.

Cut the crap, Juan.
We both know what's going on.

You know, I know, and so did Rober.

Years have gone by,
but we still like each other.

Always have.

So cut the crap
and come up with me.

If a girl like you
asks me to come upstairs,

I'm up there like a buffalo.

I would, but no one's
ever asked me before.

But if I let something happen
between us tonight,

it'd make me the worst person
in the world.

What are you doing, leaving?

Hey! Hey!

Fine, then go.

Go get your parents
to make you a cup of cocoa!

What more do I need
to get a snog out of you?

You're a little kid!
Go back to kindergarten, coward!

I really am smashed.

Where do you think
you're going with that?

Hell of a technical service.

What is it with you all
and that girl?

She's not that great.

If you help me, Luisa can be yours.

I knew it.
When I saw the news, I knew it.

Get inside.

What did you want me to do?
Stand by with my arms crossed?

I told your mother no,
you're not a dickhead.

Okay, I got a bit overexcited.

It's no big deal if I stop
a train every 30 years.

No? You should've acted
like a normal person.

But I'm not normal, Dad.

-You and Mom knew that.

-What do you want?
-To know the truth.

No, do you want fried eggs
and bacon for breakfast

or pork scratching.
You look thin, son.

I don't want anything. Well, one thing.

I want you to answer
a very simple question.

-Go on.
-Go on.

Tell me, please,
that you're my parents.

Don't shut me out!

Speak up, the tension's choking me!

Tension, no, it's the trip,
you're just tired.

Come on, relax.

Of course we're your parents.
What's this about?

Let's talk about the day I was born.

Mom, how long were you in labor?

-I don't remember now.
-What are you saying?

I'm an only child!

Your mother and I don't have
the mind for such things,

it was a long time ago.
What's wrong with you?

I met someone.

-A girl?

Someone who told me
some very strange things.

Well, a girl too,
but that's another issue.

She told me she wants
to take me home.

But not this home, no.
Way out to another galaxy!

And don't say it's the weed,

that was a long time ago
and not that much.

So tell me, please,
if I'm from another galaxy or not.

If you hadn't stopped that train...

So, yes.
This is goddamn incredible!

I'll tell you one thing.
I think it's terrible

that you didn't tell me anything.

Son, to me you're just like any other boy.

Yes, but with one slight detail.
I'm an alien!

Nobody needs to know.

They tried to kidnap me, Dad!

Who says they won't again?

Now you do have to eat more,

you're too thin to face
the forces of the universe.

María, please.
Enough of the movie stuff.

-It's time you saw it.

-Juan, we said no, whatever happened.
-See what? You're scaring me.

-Come here.
-Go in, son.


Does it ring a bell?

Tell me that's not what I think it is.

You came inside this, son,
we don't know from where.

This doesn't exactly come from Martorell.

What did you want us to do?

I wanted to call the police.
She was the one who...

The police. Great, really.

You're goddamn model parents.

-Thank you.
-Be quiet.

Hello, son.

-Watch out.
-If you're watching this,

things got complicated and
we had to send you far away from Chitón.

But thanks to your extraordinary,
amazing abilities,

I guess you activated this mechanism
at the age of 3 or 4.

Hey, I already had an inkling.

But this is hard to explain,
so I'll used these two puppets.

This is Skorba. I'm Skorba!

I'm very bad and have all of Chitón's
inhabitants under submission.

And this is me, your father.

I won't allow it! With my science
I'll create the perfect weapon

to defeat you!

I hope you're starting
to understand who you are.

Yes, I understand perfectly.

You won't defeat me
with any weapon!

It's not any weapon,
it's the ultimate weapon.

When my son is born,
wind will come from his mouth,

fire from his eyes.
He'll be quick as a flash.

And flying through the galaxy
he'll destroy your empire.

Did he say I'll fly?

Skorba will be looking for you.
Where did your son go?

Left or right?

Left, right.

Go on, tell him.

Son, this is an interactive hologram.
You have to answer: left or right.

Until you say which one,
the "phonogram" can't go on.

-The right.
-Good, you said right.

That means you're too little
and didn't understand a thing.

It's about misleading Skorba,
not giving yourself away.

But never mind, you have to grow up

to reach the intellectual level
of an adult.

Don't worry,
one day you'll be ready.

And when that day comes,
just get in the rocket

and it'll take you back
to Chitón to save us, son.

You're our only hope.

Well, this message must be
from ages ago.

They must've found a way
to sort out their stuff.

And not a word to anyone about this.

Especially to Uncle Toñín,
three shots and he blabs everything.

I'm not saying a word, but I think
they're waiting for you on that planet.

Yeah, right, now the invasion
of this tyrant is my fault.

They must've done something too.
I'd have to hear the other side.

It's so easy to judge people
from other galaxies.

Mom, leave that, don't touch anything!

Finally a López can do
something important.

I once fixed Sito Pons's motorbike,
I know that's nothing, but...

This month's very bad for me.
I'm doing the dispatches, the mortgage...

Are they going to do
my quarterly sales tax for me?

The oppressed citizens of Chitán,
Chitón, whatever it's called?

-So every man for himself.
-No, son, no!

They said you're their last hope.

Yes, their last hope, my ass!

Watch your mouth!

How can I go to outer space
without insurance or anything?

Besides, Dad, you always
told me not to stand out.

Sure, but now we know who you are,

you can't act like you're not who you are.

First, talk properly,
you're unintelligible.

And second, I'm outta here.

Juanito, son. Just in case,
I'll make you a suit from this,

-it looks like good fabric.
-I'm not putting on anything.

A superhero can't go around
tearing ordinary clothes.

-Superheroes don't exist!
-What do we know, son?

Look. I'll just make it
and you can try it on.

-I'm so excited...
-I'm not putting on any suit, period!

Aren't you going to say anything?

It looks so bad on you,
I can't even laugh.

It's a nice, standard-issue supersuit.

With a wig, he's a dead ringer
for the Queen of the Mardi Gras.

-I'm taking it off, it's over.
-No, come here, hold on.

Maybe if I put a bit of a dart here...

-or some shoulder pads...
-No shoulder pads, no way!

He looks like a junkie in a tracksuit.

He just needs the flute,
the dog and the chocolate pastry.

Look at Dad. Say something.

A couple of washes will shrink it to fit.

Besides, you're a growing boy.

Yeah, a growing boy...

Look, I copied this
from the supermen movies.

If you get cold, put it here,
it makes a nice shawl.

No, it's meant to be a cape.

-It's for flying.
-So you can really fly?


That man from the spaceship
mentioned fire and flying.

That man from the spaceship
is my father, he has a name.

-What name?
-I don't know right now.

I'm your father too,
my name's Juan Antonio López

and I'm telling you
you have to learn how to fly.

You may need it one day,
you never know.

Yeah, sure, learn how to fly.
How do you do that?

Someone from town
is going to see me like this!

C'mon, today's the day. Try to fly!

Sure, try to fly. Like it was so easy!

Flap like a magpie,
and watch out for the trees!

-That's it, go on.
-Let him concentrate.

Flap wider!

-Like this.
-Not so bunched up. More!


-What's he doing with his fist?
-That's it, there!

-Try that!
-Go on!

Nothing, it doesn't work.

I think you'd better jump.

Yeah, sure, jump.
I'll bust my goddamn head!

Maybe this flying thing
is activated in the air.

Trust in yourself
as we trust in you, son!

-That's it.
-I know you'll fly!

Move, that way.

-God, he sure hit the dirt.
-Son, everything alright?

Look how well you get up.

-That's great.
-Does anything hurt?

-It's my fault for listening to you.
-But son...

-You'll get it next time.
-Yes, next time.

Next time you jump off!

No, I said there was
no basis to this.

You're just a little imprecise.

You need to get it right, that's all.

Freak, you're a freak.

Watch it, you're talking to
the hope of another galaxy.

-The galaxy of the tacky, huh?
-You're wearing panties!

They're not panties, you brat!

Maybe I'll beat you up

and you'll see who
the ultimate weapon is.

-You gonna hit us with your handbag?
-Is the "S" for sissy?

-Or subnormal.
-Or sausage-sucker.

What? You're not laughing
so hard now, eh?

-Run, run!

Holy guacamole!

Juan, look! Look, Juan!

-He's not flying, but he is levitating!
-Holy shit!

-Saint Teresa!
-The Calcutta one?

No, Ávila. This is a miracle!

-No way your saint does that.
-Where did he go?

-Do you know where I am?
-Cala de Marbres.

-In Mallorca.


Bucks' party got out of hand, eh?


Look, you take Txatxarramendi road,

past Legorreta and Kastelleta

and at Amorebieta
you take the A-8 and straight on.

Careful, if the first town
you see is Yiurreta,

you're screwed, kid, you're in a jam.

You turn the fuck around
back to Ibañeta,

take the shortcut
from Goitzueta to Txoritokieta

and then get the fucking A-8
just past Guantxoritzketa.

A hell of a way around.

Got it, or do I explain again?

Yes, yes, absolutely clear.

Holy crap!

Mom, it's so obvious, this is ridiculous.

-You don't notice the bump.
-No, not at all...

And you can wear it all year,
it won't give you a hump.

You'll see the sweat when spring comes.

-Don't be tedious, son.

If you get into a galactic tussle,

just rip you clothes off like this,

that's always imposing.

Like I'd tear my clothes,
with what they cost.

-No, I'm not wearing it.
-Listen, Juanito...

-Does Juan live here?

Are you sure?
Jaime told me he lives here.


What are you doing here?

I found out everything.
How could I not come?

-Relax, she's from this galaxy.

Something to eat?

-You're skin and bone.
-Mom, please.

Forgive us, we're kind of nervous.

It's the first time
Juan's brought a girl home.

That's just the info we needed.

I didn't mean you're an item, eh?

-I didn't mean...
-Dad, please!

We know what "being friends"
means these days.

Like something cool?

-Get them some lemonade, María.
-You get it.

-Why didn't you tell me last night?
-I don't know.

-I was afraid I'd look weird...
-But this is beautiful, Juan.

-This is incredible.
-How did you find out...?

Are you alright, Luisa? Your eye...

-My eye?
-Your eye.

It's the excitement.
I know everything and it's beautiful.

They said they want to help you
get back to your true home.

-You met the vacuum lady?

She's really worried about you.

Stop, maybe she didn't tell you
she tried to kidnap me.

Yes. She's as nervous as you
about all this.

About having found you and...

she asked me to apologize to you
for being so brusque.

What, don't you believe me?

-I'm Luisa, why would I deceive you?
-Luisa, you're acting strange.

-What about last night?
-Last night? What?

-Yes, last night.
-Last night?

-Last night.

I think it's as important
or more than all this.

Sure. Last night...

lots of things happened.

I don't know what you mean exactly.

Ask him if it's more or less important
than betraying a friend.

Ask him. Ask him!

What's he saying?
What happened last night?

-What happened?
-I know.

No need to make a big issue
out of it, Juan.

It was a couple of crappy kisses
in a doorway.

Crappy? What's this about?

Maybe you think snogging
in a doorway means we're an item.

Now you're off to Raticulín
or whatever galaxy you're from.

What do we do?
One weekend in your constellation

and one in mine?

No! You're a bad kisser,
let me say it again.

But I'm telling you I don't want to go!

Now I'm taking off
my possible girlfriend hat

and putting on my
citizen-of-this-planet hat.

Do you really think you can
keep living here, doing weird stuff?

It's not weird, they're superpowers.

Back it up a bit.

Don't call them superpowers,
just super-sight and super-hearing.

And X-rays in my eyes.

Okay, you've got super-sight,
super-hearing and X-rays.

-And I fly.
-You fly as well?

-And super-strength.
-Well, you know what?

Jaime has a superpower too.

He's super-smart.

And he figured us out because
it reeks from miles off.

Or at least sensed it.
He's HR head for some reason.

-Because he knows people.
-I know.

Plus, he was your friend.
And you know he liked me a lot.

And he has his clique, you might say.

-Do you think I don't care?
-I didn't look like it in the doorway.

Now you know what's going on with me,

you'll understand that it's always
been hard for me to make friends.

And Jaime always tells me
he's my boss and my friend.

And well, technically
he's not my boss, but...

he's always been my friend.

And you're right, Luisa.

I have to talk to him first.

I love Jaime a lot.

And he's my only friend.

Don't you dare believe this shit.

Very well. We'll get him my way.

It seems you didn't understand
anything I said...

Oh, you're into that, eh?

I'm not much,
but I haven't really done it.

But because I haven't tried it,
maybe if we do and it's cool...



-Son, what happened?
-What's wrong?

Oh, my boy. Are you alright?

You argued? You're starting early!

What's up with her?

-That girl's no good for you.
-Out of the way.

That's not a girl.

See, Dad, it's not that easy!

-Here, my nails are better.
-Get off!

-Look at her!
-She's coming, go!

Here comes the oddball.

-Get your pants off.
-Pull that way.

Stop, or I'll never learn
to do it by myself!

Come on, son, show her who you are!

-And who am I?
-I don't know!

-Get your pants off!

-She's coming!
-She's coming.

Move, stay over there.
I'll take care of her.

-Wait, wait.
-María, be careful.

What did you do to my son?
Tart, oddball, bitch!

Hurting my son?
Don't you touch him!

Woman to woman, come on!

Woman to woman!

Let go of my wife!

Don't bring my mother into this!

Jaime, we're going to need
the real Luisa.

No, no. I did my part.
You don't need me now.

Besides, I'm going now,

I remembered I left
my whites in the wash.

Yes. By the way,
your washing machine's great.

Totally reliable. Hats off.

Jaime, you saw that
I can't bring him here by force.

He has to come himself.
And for this I need bait.

-Help me find the real one.
-That wasn't the deal.

You're wrong.

-You don't need me here.
-You're protecting him now?

-You really believed that drivel?
-Of course I didn't!

But it was kind of the truth.

One moment...

Juan, I forgive you. And I love you.

How could I not forgive you?
You're my only friend too.

But the main thing now
is that Luisa's in danger.

Ágata Muller wants to kidnap her!

Yeah, it's wild. The lady on TV!

Sorry... I think they're reading my mind.

-You really think you can go now?

-That wasn't a question.
-Ah, no.

Oh, Jaime, Jaime, Jaime...

I'm so sorry. This hurts me
more than it does you.

No, actually I think
it'll hurt you a little more,

unless you help.

Ágata! This isn't the way
to do things! Not like this!

Do we have the trap ready?

-It's almost ready.
-Almost ready is no good to me.

My father's almost here.

-So where's your real girlfriend?
-She's not my girlfriend! Cut it out!

Call her what you like!

-But she's in danger because of you.
-Thanks for the analysis, Mom.

If you don't want to save
your planet, it's up to you.

But at least save her.

-Luisa? Where are you?

Juan? I can barely hear you.

Yes, well, it's the signal.

-Where are you? I'll come get you.
-On my way home.

-I can meet you there.
-No, no! Not your place!

Stay where you are, there are people.

-I'm at the Arco de Triunfo.

You won't believe it.
Me too! I'll be right there.


-What's up with you?
-Me? What's up with you?

When did we meet?

What's your favorite drink?

Do you like black olives
on your pizzas?

-Juan, you're being an idiot.
-Okay, you're Luisa. No doubt.

Tell me what's going on.

Luisa, I'm not normal.

-I got that. You have some things...
-Some things, sure...

Like I can melt ice with a look.

Or I can see through walls.

Or maybe I sneeze
and knock down a partition.

Apart from all that,
yes, I'm run-of-the-mill.

Fine. Is this when I laugh?

I stopped the subway train.

I can fly too,
but I found that out today.

I've been given some dumb excuses
for dumping me,

-but this is the worst.
-It's not an excuse!

I'll tell you something.
We weren't even going out.

-So there's no need to lie.
-It's not a lie!

-I'm telling you the truth, Luisa.
-Please, Juan.

All you left out is that you're an alien.


Just what I needed.

Don't go too far away.

How about this:
If it's all true, show me!

-Don't talk crap.
-Don't you say you can fly?

-Then go on, fly. Do something.
-Yeah, fly...

How can I fly here? They'll find us!

-Ágata Muller!

She's an alien too,
from the same planet.

-Your planet?


If you make up a planet,

don't make it sound like
a village outside of Albacete!


-You made a suit and everything?
-My mother made it.

You mother made you a suit to dump me?

Really, Luisa. It's...

You're making me do this...

in front of everyone!

But it's always the same with you.
Always the same!

You're no help at all.

See that? The Arco de Triunfo?

I'll loop through it
and be right back.

I've never been dumped
in such an original way before.

Hey, smartass,
where do you think you're going?

If you want to work
this area, pretty boy,

you have to get permission
from Jeferson Noruega, like everyone!

Sorry, I think there's been a mistake.

-I'm the real thing.
-That's a lie.

I know the real one: Osvaldo.

And he does Robocop
Saturdays on Las Ramblas.

We're all very confused.

-This isn't a costume.
-Yeah, right.

You're in your pajamas, man!

Jef, we keep up the quality
so this dude can screw it up.


Two things.
One, these are not pajamas.

And two, I really save people.



-Get in!


-Wait a moment.

You're not leaving
until you tell us where you got it.

-I don't want any trouble, okay?
-Oh, no?

It's me again, son of Jan.

I don't want to hurt Luisa,
so don't make me waste my time.

-Don't you dare!

Get outta here, you clown!

-What do you want from me?
-Get outta here!

The sword!

Accept it, you're not the others.

-Fuck, you idiot!
-Sorry, man!

-You tore my suit!
-It was already torn.

Like hell it was!

My father will be here soon.

Join us and together we'll rule
these pathetic creatures.

-I'll wait for you here.
-Where are you?

-Where's Luisa?
-You know where to find me.

Excuse me, Ágata Muller's office?

-Juan, help us!
-Where were you?

-Help us, look at us!
-Get us out of here!

-Use your power!
-And tell me what's happening!

-Careful, it's a trap.
-Where were you?

If you speak at the same time,
I can't understand you.

Don't get out of the elevator,
it's a trap.

-Juan, what's going on?
-I told you, Luisa.

He has powers, I've seen it!

-People don't have 'powers'.
-Juanito, she doesn't believe it.

-Go on, fly.
-How can I fly?

We're inside. I'll bang myself silly!

-Then super-strength or super-vision.
-It's super-sight!

Supervision is something else,
that's supervising!

You don't have to correct me
in front of her, eh, Juanito?

You guys are terrible!

Your underwear.

You're wearing a black bra...

with a bit of padding.

You actually wear panties...
and they're from another set.

-You have a tattoo?
-Wow, that's hot.

It says 'Rober'?

Didn't you tell me
you were half going out?

-Don't talk about Rober now!
-I see something too.

Yes, you have a mole.
Just there, above the...

You don't see a thing! And untie me!


What's wrong with you?


-I hear a noise.
-What noise?

-A noise.
-Suffer, suffer...

The noise!

It must be the speakers.

Luisa, we have to buck him up
so he gets strong.

Juan, I forgive you.

I know you were after Luisa,
but I'm getting over it.

Why bring that up now?

-So you wangled me the job.

are we doing what
we're doing or not here?

Tell him you like him too.
You'd tattoo his name on your thigh.

I'm serious! Say something nice!

Juan, this...

You're, you're...

really sweet.

What's that shit?
You almost finished him off!

-Tell him something epic!
-Yes, yes... Juan, when...

When I said a Spanish superhero
was pathetic,

it's because I didn't know
that you were one.

Actually, I still think it's pathetic.

As for the suit, don't worry,
we'll do something about it, alright?

So gather strength from somewhere
and get us out of here now!

It's not working.
It never fails in the movies.

What a shitty superhero!

-What did you say?

but look what he's like
with just some buzzing.

-No, repeat what you said.
-What a shitty superhero!

Look at him lying there. Pathetic!

-You failure.
-Insult him more.

Shitty superhero!

It's working.

Insulting him works.


It's time to go home.


Superhero, sure.
Supershithead, that's you!


-You're a flop, a mediocre superhero!

You're embarrassing to me. Second rate!

Your English is crap, intermediate level.
And your Powerpoint is awful!

-You kiss real shitty!

I knew it.

How could he kiss right
with that cop mustache?


-First of all, good morning.
-I was looking forward to seeing you.

And I'm looking forward
to seeing Jan's son!

-He's in my power.
-Let's see if that's true.

You're making a fool of yourself.

Not any fool, no.
The biggest fool in the galaxy!

These people know lots of planets.

They'll laugh at you
in all of the constellations.

You know where Andromeda is?
Well, way beyond that,

they'll laugh at how pathetic you are!

If you can fly, I don't get
why you're late for work every day.

Now you know I'm a superhero,

don't tell anyone at the office.
Some people really gossip.

Well, you being a superhero,
we'll see about that.

-Shall I let go of you?
-No, no!

-I believe you.

Where do we go now?

Where all 30-year-olds go
when they're in a spot.

No, no... It can't be!

He can't have done this.

-I want to make one thing clear.

Not for a moment did I believe
that you'd found him.

He was here.

I look at you and I want to push
the button and send all this to shit!

You're a shame to your family.

At your age, your grandma Úrsula
had already subjugated a whole galaxy!

Your cousin Virguis is just 18

and he's already done two genocides
on Alpha Centauri!

And look at you!

How have you let
this planet go on like this?

Alive! So alive it's disgusting!

Where's the lava, the chaos!

I want volcanoes everywhere!

The whole planet's under my control,
although they don't know it.

What good is it
if they don't know it?

You're like a useless pet, like a...

I don't know what you are, Ágata,
but I wish you weren't my daughter!

Where's your mettle
to be leader of Chitón?

Where's your character?

Where's your mettle
to do important things?

Right here.

At last, my girl.

Now, yes. I am proud of you.

Any objections?

Then move it.
I have a planet to raze.

-Are you sure?
-Look, Luisa.

I may have all the superpowers,

but understanding you
isn't one of them yet.

-Yes, you.

A few days ago,

you thought being a superhero
was pathetic.

Now you won't burn
the suit, just in case.

Ágata will keep looking for you
and you'll need to defend yourself.

If I stop being a superhero,
maybe she'll stop looking.

I shouldn't have stopped
that darn subway train.

-That's when the problems started.
-Oh, really?

Were you really doing
so great before this?

Burning the suit
won't make you normal.

You know what really makes me mad?

Precisely these days
I couldn't be normal.

If I had been,
we wouldn't be arguing now.

Or we'd be arguing over
whether to go out to dinner or not.

Or if we'd meet up again,
which, by the way, I want to.

But you can't choose
to be like everyone else

because you're not like everyone else.

I can choose. Look.

Tell them this is going to stick.

Give them some time,
I know Juan.

You're his parents,
but I'm his boss and his friend.

And you're not his parents, parents.
So listen to me.

I saw this coming!

-Tell Juanito to hide!
-What are you doing, Juan?

These scum will see who his father is!

When I find the cartridges,
I'll show 'em.

What's going on here?

That's going on.

-It's not burning!
-Yes it is.

It just needs to catch fire.

Of course it'll burn.

It wouldn't be the weirdest thing
we've seen lately.

Now everything that happens here
has to be weird!

Let's stop being so paranoid.


Juanito, look!
The aliens are invading!

She couldn't be
a bigger pain in the ass.

What's the suit doing there?

-I'm not wearing it anymore, Mom!
-Why not?

It turned out so nice,
and the stitching I had to do!

How can you be so tiresome?

Where are going with a UFO
right here in town?

You must be really dumb.
I don't want any trouble!

-First of all, good morning.
-I'm not going to your planet!

-You didn't persuade me!
-I don't have to persuade you.

I'm going to raze this planet,
starting with your family.

Now you're razing the planet.
With what, a giant toaster?

Have you looked at yourself?

The suit!

-The suit!
-The suit!

-Come on.
-The stick!

-Be careful.
-Here, Juan.

-Come on!
-Come here.

-Tell me you're not scared.
-I'm not scared!

Even you don't believe that.

Jaime, if she tells me not
to be scared, I say I'm not.

But sure I'm scared.
Look at that monstrosity!

-Two days in the same underpants!
-It keeps growing!

Come on.

-It's hot, it's hot!

Put a foot in here, in here!

If my mom helps me put on
the suit, I'll never have charisma.

It's almost on us, Juan!


Leave me alone with her!

-How can we go?
-Get out of here!

Go! Go!


Whatever you say, he's my son.

By the Great Hornspoon!

Leave my family alone!

-This is between you and me!

Family is overrated.

My shotgun!

-Hold on, Dad!
-I can't, son!

It looks like I can't!

Hold on, Juan! Hold on!

I'm sorry.

-I think it's time to stand out!
-Of course, son!

Show the universe
what the Lópezes are worth!


Relax, son!
I've got it all under control!

He's been sucked up!

-Isn't that the loser?
-Be quiet.

This is going straight to YouTube.
Transformer vs. Sissy.

She's going to kill him!


Look out, danger.
The ball on the right side.

It'll reach Leo Messi, Leo...

Ball to the goalie, but look out,
there's a field-crasher.

Who's that?

Someone's down on the pitch,
but not a player, a field-crasher.

What a shitty field-crasher!

He's not even naked!

He confronts the referee
and tells him it's a penalty.

We can't believe it. We are all puzzled.

What's this guy doing?
Get him off the field!

Throw him off the field, ref!

He's going to fuck up the final.

It's incredible.
Look at the players' faces.

He's grabbing the net.
Someone get this guy off!

Guys, look.

-What are you doing here?
-Don't ask.

-What have you done with my parents?
-I told you, they're not your parents.

No, no, no!


Jaime, help me.
You have to distract her.

I'm sorry, the robot?

-You're crazy.
-She's going to destroy him!

-But we can't do anything.
-Of course we can!

-Distract her somehow!
-Wait, wait.

I have a better plan.

You and I go down to the basement
and stay there a couple of days.

What? Are you trying
something with me, Jaime?

But I was very subtle.

Shit, shit! Shit!

This is the famous ultimate weapon.

Okay. I'd keep playing,
but I have a planet to destroy.

Hey, Ágata!

Here, read my mind!

I'm thinking you should follow me!

-Grab something.
-It's too soft in here.

-I can't, Juan.


I almost distracted her.

-Juan, you're useless!

Piece of shit!

Hey, insult my son again
and you're screwed!

I know it sounds weird, but it works.

Juan, you're ugly! Real ugly!

We all pull together
or the planet's screwed!



Juan, get up!

Juanito, an adopted child
isn't loved like a real one.

-You're getting beaten by a girl!
-Get up, Juan!

Juan! Help!

Juan, I'm here!

-Fine. Let's end this.
-I agree!

Like on our first date, Juan!

Blow her down in one!

Luisa grabbed my ass a while ago!
Your mom's grabbing it now!

-I can blow you down in one.
-Don't play the hero, López.

It's not your thing.

My name is Superlópez.

-Did he say Superlópez?
-I liked Sissy more.


Are you alright?

Get me out of here!

-Are you alright?
-No, I'm not.

-That's it.
-How awful.

You're welcome, Juanito.
Second time I've saved you.


I almost got killed!

Son, your father almost drowned.

It was terrible.

You've left me with no hats.


You saw what I did, right?

Maybe you are a bit of a superhero.

Maybe, yes.
What do we do now?

-And landing in that pose.
-Yes, it wasn't on purpose.

I don't know if you'll get used to it.

What choice is there?

Just thinking about it
gives me a knot in my gullet.

But your real parents on Chitón
are waiting for you to save them.

Don't worry, Mom.

I've got it all under control.

My son, it's been so long.

Thanks to you, son,

Chitón will finally be a free planet.

Son, we've missed you so much.

We knew you'd come back!

Come, son. Give me a kiss.



Good morning. We awake today

with the news of the emergence
of this strange superhero.

Images of him have gone viral.

City Hall is raising taxes

to pay for the destruction in the city.

And we have to add
another headache to this.

Indeed, there's the stoppage
on Line 1 due to the accident

and protests by fans
at the suspension of the Cup Final.

Lots of listener messages
on our answering machine.

This country, Spain,
has had real superheroes,

like Don Pelayo, like El Cid,

we don't deserve some guy
flying around in a leotard.

I think this superhero
is a smokescreen

so we don't talk about
what really matters.

I'm 86, a widow for 40 years.

I've fantasized about making love

to all the superheroes
in alphabetical order.

Can you believe that
this Spanish superhero

arouses no desire in me?

He looks so skinny,
so scrawny, so ugly,

with that ridiculous name...
What is it? What's he called?

Don't start.

-You always do this to me, Juan!
-What do you want me to do?

I saw a column of smoke
and my body said: save humanity.

Now it's fires too.

When it's not a fire, it's a robbery,
or that boat the other day.

Luisa, it was a cruise ship
and it was sinking.

Sorry, whatever. Now it's smoke!
There are firemen!

When I see someone in imminent danger,

naturally I save them.
If I don't, I think that's terrible.

So what do I have to do
to get you to come on time?

Set fire to the restaurant?

I've been late twice. 15 minutes
to save the planet and look how you get.

Look, Juan, I'll tell you. As of now,

you're going to have to combine
your superhero life with life in a couple.

I'll tell you:
if there's a catastrophe and I do nothing,

it's your fault!


Get the bill, go on.

-Waiter, check, please.
-The man at the bar is buying.

You owe me one, Superlópez.

Translation: Lindsay Moxham