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Episode 171/1x171

My hat now, sucka

Blogger Jonas
Date Posted April 11th, 2007
Forum 8640|3=lg15}}
Length 4:06
Description Daniel and Alex are getting close... a little too close if you ask me! So, Bree and I spent some time in lovely Rosarito Beach.
Location(s) Rosarito Beach, Mexico, Alex's vacation home
YouTube Tags LG15 lonelygirl15 daniel danielbeast jonas jonastko beach rosarito tequila drink people college spring break spanish
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried
Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Director(s) Mesh Flinders
Camera Kevin Schlanser
Executive Story Editor Glenn Rubenstein
Vidplay Mesh Flinders and Miles Beckett
Story Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser
Music "Jota" by Richard Savino
Bree Jessica Lee Rose
Jonas Jackson Davis
Daniel Yousef Abu-Taleb
Alex Bitsie Tulloch
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Apology Accepted?"
Next "The Perfect Beach"
Previous by Jonas "Hug It Out"
Next by Jonas "About The Gun"
Directly before "Following the Drugs - NBR Investigates"

Spanglish is the one-hundred seventy-first video in the lonelygirl15 video series.


(Daniel and Alex are seen on a beach from a distance walking/dancing/running hand in hand)

Jonas: (speaking in a British accent off screen) Not two days we find out she's a good guy and he is all over 'er. (Bree laughs)

(Cut to Jonas and Bree sitting together apparently watching Daniel and Alex)

Jonas: Boom. It's disgusting. (now losing the accent) That felt like, it felt like a British moment. I'm not calling him uncle. I don't care if they have fifty, sixty kids; I am not calling him uncle. Now, seriously though, what you think? I mean, you, he's your friend too... is this not wrong?

Bree: I think it's fine. I mean he's a big boy and he can make his own decisions. I'm sure that his intentions are... honorable.

Jonas: Are you kidding me? Honorable!

Bree: -ish.

Jonas: There's nothing honorable going on over there.

Bree: You just need to find the right girl.

Jonas: Whoa... wait, we're not talking about me. I'm okay, trust me. We're talking about Aunt Fornicator down there.

Bree: (laughs) What?

Jonas: If they hook up it's going to be so awkward. Please don't. Ugh. Let's get outta here.

(Cut to Jonas and Bree walking down a street)

Jonas: So we left the lovebirds to their own devices, gross. (Bree laughs) And we decided to do a little exploring of old Mexico.

Bree: Yeah, stalking Alex and Daniel is not my idea of fun.

Jonas: Yeah, ummm I wasn't stalking them.

Bree: Okay, look you're paranoid. Just let whatever's gonna happen, happen.

Jonas: Oh, listen to you? When did you become the Zen Master?

Bree: That's right. I found my inner peace. (laughs)

Jonas: Yeah, well I got one thing to say to you on that one.

Bree: What?

Jonas: (speaks mock Spanish)

Bree: What is that?

Jonas: (continues to speak mock Spanish)

Bree: That is not Spanish.

Jonas: It's Spanish. It's a different dialect. (continues to speak mock Spanish)

Bree: That is not Spanish.

Jonas: It's so Spanish.

Bree: Oh no.

Jonas: (points to Mexican woman standing by the sidewalk) She understands exactly what I'm saying, right? (Bree laughs) See?

(Cut to Bree standing on a beach)

Bree: (wearing a sombrero) Okay, in an effort to cheer up Jonas, I have donned some of the local garb, and I'm now going to do a quick presentation of "Then and Now". A compare and contrast of our quaint little town in Mexico.

(Cut to Bree in front of the water of what we understand to be Rosarito Beach)

Bree: This is where the first residents lived. They were the Kumeyaay Indians and they called this place their home.

(Cut back to Bree in the sombrero)

Bree: These are some of today's residents. (Footage of people playing soccer on the beach is seen) I don't think they know what this place is called.

(Cut to Bree standing somewhere in the city)

Bree: Kumeyaay were absorbed by the Spanish missionaries who came here in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. They built many stone churches. (a church bell is seen) The Fransiscan monks who came to Rosarito beach had tremendous impact on the local Indian culture. They forced them to wear clothes, which they weren't accustomed to, and also trade up their tribal rituals for solemn prayer.

(Cut to Bree standing by a busy street)

Bree: As you can see, a lot has changed. I'm sure if you could ask the Kumeyaay Indians if they ever envisioned their sleepy little quiet town turning into this, they'd reach for the tequila and tell you, progress is progress (shrugs).

(More footage of people on the beach as well as in the city is seen)

Bree: (facing the camera at Jonas) What is it?

Jonas: I've just never seen you be sarcastic before, that's all.

Bree: That wasn't sarcastic, I was being genuine.

Jonas: Give me that. (Jonas takes the camera and points it at Bree) So, uh, what do you have against spring breakers, come on? Honestly?

Bree: Nothing. (shakes her head and smiles)

Jonas: Nothing? Say, say that with a straight face. I dare you. (Bree smiles and starts to walk away) I told you you can't say it. Say it.

Bree: Stop. (Jonas laughs) Nothing. (Jonas laughs again)


  • This is the second time Bree, Daniel, and Jonas explicitly mention their location while on the run. The other time was in Vegas, Baby!, in which the three revealed that they were in Las Vegas. They were abducted from that city in the following video, Subjects Apprehended.
  • Rosarito Beach, Baja, Mexico, is located about 20 miles south of San Diego. Linked here are directions from San Diego. The linked site also provides more information about the area.
  • The song "Everybody Have Fun Tonight" by Wang Chung can be heard in the background of the final scene.
  • Apparently the "Spanish" that Jonas is speaking is gibberish and unintelligible.
  • "Spanglish," referred to in the title, is a non-technical name for various mixtures of Spanish and English, in which words or idioms from one language are used in the other.
  • Spanglish is also the name of a movie that stars Adam Sandler, Tea Leoni and Spanish actress Paz Vega. This is yet another movie reference from Jonas.
  • Lil John's "Snap Yo Fingers" can be heard as the background music in various parts of this clip.