In the imaginarium of Eternal Wanderer, he sees the perfect set-up at home: his father and mother are still together, the sun is up and shining, and there is no rancor and resentment; all is peace and quiet at home.
Alas, the imaginarium only exists in the movie. Eternal Wanderer lives in real, and not reel life.
Eternal Wanderer loves his father a lot. He also likes to think that his father loves him a lot, too. However, Eternal Wanderer sometimes gets exasperated with his father's idiosyncrasies. And one of his father's quirks is that of women.
Currently, Eternal Wanderer's father has a girlfriend. Nothing really wrong with that. His father is entitled to his own happiness, after all. A happiness that is packaged in a nubile, early-20's, pretty girl.
That's still fine and dandy with Eternal Wanderer. Who wouldn't an eyecandy for a madrasta? However, what is not fine and dandy is that Eternal Wanderer suspects that madrasta is the cause of his father's, how shall we put it delicately, cash flow problems.
And to add more flavor to the dish, Eternal Wanderer has also been the end of his mother's commentaries about his father's financial capabilities. Since since she moved back to the family house along with her adopted daughter, she has had a full view of Eternal Wanderer's father's shenanigans. She obviously doesn't approve of it, and she doesn't hesitate to voice out to Eternal Wanderer what she thinks about the whole hullabaloo.
Now, Eternal Wanderer is torn between being defensive about his father and wanting to whack some sense into his father's head.
Eternal Wanderer is really starting to get exasperated.
In the imaginarium of Eternal Wanderer, he fancies leveling up to his father to talk about the brewing situation.
However, in real life, he is hesitant to do so because it his father's business, not his. It has always been that way, and he is hesitant to disturb the status quo despite his mother's complaints.
But good thing, in real life, Eternal Wanderer has Musa, his ferocious Rhodesian ridgeback. He can probably let loose Musa on madrasta the next time his father sneaks her in the house in the middle of the night.