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  • - 'Sup guys, I'm Jenny Lorenzo

  • and I was born and raised in Miami, Florida.

  • Technically born in Hialeah, and raised in Westchester

  • and I'm not talkin' about New York.

  • Today's challenge is that I need to figure out

  • who's the true Miamian in the group.

  • I've curated a pretty badass list of questions

  • so I'm here, I'm hosting a little Miami pachanga

  • you know to get to know everybody

  • and see who's really, really really,

  • like literally from Miami.

  • All right let's get the party started.

  • Have everybody come in so I can meet them.

  • (air whooshes)

  • Welcome to the pachanga.

  • - Hi.

  • - Can't wait to find out who the imposters are

  • and who the one three oh five 'til I die is.

  • I'm gonna start with you Mr. Bartender.

  • (air whooshes)

  • - How's it goin', my name is Matt.

  • - I'm gonna ask you some questions right off the bat.

  • - What's up?

  • - D.C. has panda statues.

  • West Hollywood has the electric guitar statues.

  • What public art statue series is found scattered

  • around Little Havana?

  • Number one Cafecito cups,

  • number two roosters,

  • number three flamingos, or number four dominoes?

  • - Number two roosters, of course.

  • Little Havana. (rooster crows)

  • - You got it right Sir Matt. (bell chimes)

  • Number two.

  • What was the nickname Hispanic Miamians gave

  • to the the Farm Store chain of drive-thru

  • markets and why?

  • It's notorious.

  • - You call 'em, yeah...

  • - Even the white people in Miami know this.

  • - Right, of course, which is me.

  • (Jenny laughs)

  • The Flo Ridas which is of course a reference

  • to the musical artist.

  • Next question?

  • - Super wrong (buzzer sounds)

  • Who is--

  • - Flo Rida?

  • - No.

  • Who is "the Pimp with the Limp"?

  • - We're talking about the colonel himself,

  • Colonel Sanders from KFC.

  • He's the pimp with the limp.

  • - So far you've only gotten one right.

  • Just one right.

  • - Roosters baby! (roosters crow)

  • - It was lovely meeting you.

  • - Cock a doodle do to you.

  • (Jenny coos)

  • And I will see you, um, later.

  • - Goodbye.

  • (air whooshes)

  • Hello my dear.

  • Aye!

  • Super cute!

  • Okay so you ready to answer some questions?

  • - Yes!

  • - Here we go.

  • Car accident? Remember, after 9-1-1 call...

  • - 4-1-1.

  • - One more word.

  • - 4-1 it's been a while since I've been

  • in a car accident.

  • - What happens when you're in a car accident?

  • - You get hit.

  • - And what happens when you get hit?

  • - You

  • die?

  • (Jenny laughs)

  • - You are close so I'm gonna give you a half point.

  • - Okay.

  • - Cool, cool, cool.

  • Everybody knows the Miami area code is 3-0-5.

  • - Of course - We all have

  • to thank Pitt Bull for that.

  • But every Miamian also knows the Broward area code.

  • What is it?

  • - Like I'm a little bit bougie, I'm more South Beach.

  • - Okay, as you know, Miami is heavily Cuban.

  • - Very, makes sense Cuba's like right there so...

  • - Well good think you mention that because the question is,

  • how many miles to Cuba is it from Key West?

  • - Like if my arm span is like this...

  • Like 400 miles?

  • - Not quite.

  • I'll ask one more.

  • Name at least three Miami Dade College campuses.

  • - I haven't lived in Florida since I was like 16, so...

  • - Okay so where were you raised.

  • - I was right in Miami.

  • Like I went to Southwestern High School

  • and I was an athlete.

  • I wasn't home a lot 'cause I was competing.

  • - Okay cool!

  • Well thank you for answering my questions.

  • - No problem!

  • (air whooshes)

  • - Hey, how are you?

  • - Doing good, how are you?

  • Kanou. - Good

  • Kanou nice to meet you.

  • - Jenny right?

  • - Yes Jenny.

  • So I'm gonna find out if you actually spent some time

  • in what I call Cuba the sequel.

  • There's this really popular fast food chain.

  • It's called Pollo Tropical

  • (bell dings)

  • and everyone knows the jingle.

  • So can you sing me the jingle?

  • (Kanou laughs)

  • - You want me to sing the jingle?

  • - I want you to sing the Pollo Tropical jingle.

  • - Like a little like a...

  • (Kanou scats)

  • I'll give you that instrumentation, that's cool.

  • Not at all like the real thing, but bless your heart.

  • Okay so this is kinda like common knowledge.

  • What hurricane was considered the most devastating

  • on record until Hurricane Katrina?

  • - It did almost equal damage to Katrina if I'm not mistaken.

  • I just don't remember the name of it.

  • - I'll give you a hint,

  • it's a male name - Is it?

  • - and it starts with an A - Oh wait is it

  • Hurricane Al- Alberto question marks?

  • (record scratches)

  • - Can you imagine that on the news sta--

  • Hey guys, we have Hurricane Alberto?

  • Do you know how far Cuba is from Key West?

  • - Isn't it like 1200, around like 1200, 1300 miles?

  • - Nope.

  • - Oh dang.

  • See geography.

  • - You tried.

  • - I know history.

  • - You tried.

  • Okay this is some Miami history.

  • - Okay!

  • - I'm not that great at speaking French but here we go.

  • What French landmark is one of Miami's most famous Cuban

  • eateries named after?

  • Musée du Louvre, Champslysées, Château de Versailles,

  • and Moulin Rouge.

  • - Isn't it, wait I want to say it's the first one

  • I just don't know how to pronounce it.

  • - So you're gonna go with Musée du Louvre?

  • - Yeah that's what we'll go with.

  • - That is wrong. (buzzer sounds)

  • - Oh dang.

  • - Eh eh eh.

  • - You're Cuban you can't come after me with French history.

  • - There's actually one here in L.A.

  • - Wait a second, Château de Versailles.

  • That is 100%. - I needed to help you

  • a little bit.

  • - You know you gave me the reference of the L.A. landmark.

  • I've been out here a little bit longer.

  • Why does it look like you're grading a test right now?

  • You're gonna like...

  • - Because we take our culture very seriously.

  • (air whooshes)

  • - Hello hello.

  • - Hello nice to meet you.

  • What's your name?

  • (Reggie speaks in foreign language)

  • That's such good french!

  • Are you Haitian?

  • - Yes I am.

  • - Ah clue number one!

  • 'Cause Miami has a lot of Haitians.

  • - That we do.

  • - And there's Little Haiti.

  • Do you know Spanish at all?

  • - Enough to order food.

  • - But you kinda know it a little bit to get by?

  • - Yeah of course.

  • - 'Specially if you had to work retail like me.

  • People will straight up only speak to you in Spanish.

  • - It's just overwhelming.

  • - Did you work retail in Miami?

  • - You coulda caught me at the Cotton On

  • Dolphin Mall, you know.

  • - Oh he dropped a...

  • I used to work at Bath and Body Works

  • in Dolphin Mall. - You're a liar.

  • - I am not.

  • Okay so

  • - Hit me. - let's ask some questions.

  • What is located at "Tropical Park, off Palmetto

  • "and Bird Road"?

  • - Jenny, my heart.

  • (Reggie speaks in foreign language)

  • You're talkin' 'bout Santa's.

  • Santa's enchanted forest! - Santa's enchanted forest!

  • (hands clap) - Boom.

  • - Give you a high five for that.

  • - This is what it's about!

  • - Okay so who is "the Pimp With the Limp"?

  • DJ Laz That Chicos a Pimp ♪ (Jenny cheers)

  • - 100%

  • 100% - Yes!

  • - Hit me with the tough ones.

  • - All right, which of these places would you not go

  • to get fancy quinceañera photos.

  • Viscaya, Bayside, or Biltmore.

  • - I don't know if you can tell, but I didn't have

  • a quinceañera.

  • I would say, since the Biltmore is kinda just like

  • a hotel, you probably wouldn't go there for the photos,

  • but my second choice maybe b Viscaya 'cause that's where

  • the Venetian pool is.

  • You don't really want kids splashing around

  • in the background but judging from your facial expression

  • it's the one that wasn't either of those.

  • - You're an actor aren't you?

  • Goddammit Reggie (Reggie laughs)

  • So you're saying the answer is Bayside?

  • - Final answer, Bayside.

  • - You are right. (bell chimes)

  • - Whoo!

  • Let's go! - I actually did

  • my quinceañera photos at Viscaya and Biltmore.

  • - Wow. - My mom wanted it all.

  • And we're good!

  • (air whooshes)

  • (Jenny speaks in foreign language)

  • - Save the best for last.

  • - Yes, you look gorgeous.

  • - Oh thank you. - I love the black dress.

  • - Thank you so much.

  • - What's your name?

  • (Alma speaks in foreign language)

  • That was French right?

  • - Maybe.

  • - Is that the only other language you speak?

  • (Alma speaks in foreign language)

  • - A little bit of French

  • - I'm not assuming that you're Cuban,

  • what is your background?

  • - Mexican.

  • - Cool I have Mexican friends in Miami.

  • Which local restaurant chain is known for its

  • ribs, wings, and collectible green cups?

  • (Alma speaks in foreign language)

  • - I used to be a hostess at Flanigan's.

  • (Jenny squeaks)

  • I used to host there!

  • I think about it every once in a while too.

  • - They have good food yo.

  • Finish this jingle.

  • - Oh jeez jingles.

  • - Pollo Tropical, do you know it?

  • - Why don't you ask me about the menu?

  • Not the jingle.

  • - Well give me the menu then.