[music] [barking] Dante! Dante! [barking] Dante, wait up! [barking] [growling] You gotta stay with me, boy. [sneeze] We don’t know…where… [music] [music] This isn’t a dream, then. You’re all really out there. You thought we weren’t? Well, I don’t know. I thought it might’ve been one of those made up things
that adults tell kids, like vitamins. Miguel, vitamins are a real thing. Well, now I’m thinking
maybe they could be. [gasp] Mija, it’s not nice to stare at–
Aye! Santa Maria! [music] [roaring] [music] Are those…?
Alebrijes! -But those are–
-Real alebrijes. Spirit creatures. They guide souls on their journey. Watch your step,
they make caquitas everywhere. Welcome back to the Land of the Dead. Please have all offerings
ready for re-entry. Welcome back!
Anything to declare? Some churros from my family. How wonderful! If you are experiencing travel issues, agents at the Department of Family Reunions
are available to assist you. Next family, please! [ding] Oh, your photos
are on your son’s ofrenda. Have a great visit! -Gracias.
-Gracias. And remember to return before sunrise. Enjoy your visit. Next! [ding] Your photo’s on your dentist’s ofrenda. Enjoy your visit. Gracias! Next! Yes, it is I, Frida Kahlo. Shall we skip the scanner? I’m on so many ofrendas,
it’ll just overwhelm your blinkie thingie. [buzz] Well, shoot. Looks like no one
put up your photo, Frida. Okay, when I said I was Frida
just now, that, that was a lie. And I apologize for doing that. No photo on an ofrenda,
no crossing the bridge. You know what? I’m just gonna zip right over. You won’t even know I’m gone. [music] Hey! [laughs] [screams] [panting] [groans] Almost there, just a little further. [panting] [groan] Upsy-daisy. Fine, okay. Fine, who cares? [sigh]
Dumb flower bridge. Aw, I don’t know what I’d do
if no one put up my photo. -Next.
-Oh. Come, mijo. It’s our turn. Welcome back, amigos! Anything to declare? As a matter of fact, yes. [laughs] Hola.