Dona Ana visits her doctor, Doutor Afonso, to check on her health.
Like any curious child, Tiago is constantly asking his parents questions, but some are easier to answer than others…
Hugo helps his son Tiago get dressed up in style for a family outing.
Two elegant friends bump into each other and can’t stop complimenting each other’s fabulous clothes!
Animal lovers Pedro and João talk about the pets they have, and others they wish they had.
John crosses paths with Dona Ana around lunchtime. They have a respectful conversation about food and cooking.
Menus might be missing at this restaurant’s table, but a courteous waiter is eager to keep a new customer satisfied.
Pedro, João and Maria go to a restaurant and try to choose between lots of tasty and varied options.
It’s time to eat! Pedro discovers the culinary preferences of his friend João.
Currently living in Portugal and learning the language, Joel bumps into a helpful local.
Maria is looking for a pen, but ends up chatting with Pedro and shares some snacks with him.
As dinner is served, Hugo has a bitter surprise at the table that requires him to improvise.
Tiago tries to get his father’s attention.
João talks to his friend Pedro about his passion for reading and writing. Does Pedro feel the same way?
With his mother’s patient help, Tiago learns about the basics of men, women, children and adults.
Marco catches up with his friend Diogo and they discuss what it’s like to live alone.
The differences between Maria and João’s names result in an engaging conversation about family and kinship.
Diogo is invited by his friend Marco to attend a special event.
Dona Ana is always trying to help out Fernando and Sara with their baby Bruno… although sometimes that help comes in the form of a lecture!
With the help of a competent sales assistant, a man looks for the right suit to renew his wardrobe.
After exploring all the options, a customer finds the perfect suit and shoes.
Always looking for ways to escape school, Maria and Pedro figure out how many public holidays there are in the school year.
Overwhelmed with work, Patrícia curbs Hugo’s expectations when it comes to planning family holidays.
Dona Ana can’t make sense of the new generation’s fashion trends and shares her concerns with her friend, Sr. Alberto.