Guido closes his shop. When he lowers the rolling door, we see graffiti painted across it, saying "Jewish business."
At home, Dora is fighting with Joshua to take a bath, but the kid really, really, really doesn't want to. The adults leave to do birthday party things, and Joshua takes the opportunity to hide inside a nightstand.
Guido finds him but agrees to keep the secret.
Dora returns and asks for the flowers. Using his powers of willpower, Guido commands the nightstand to walk over to them. Joshua bursts out of the night stand and says, "Good morning, Princess!"