Claire: Honey, do you want popcorn or anything?
Phil: No, I'm good… 'n' plenty. So hold your water 'cause I've got some "Twix" up my sleeve.
9. 好又多(Good & Plenty)是一种甘草糖，裹着糖衣，呈药丸型。1893年面世，是美国最古老的糖果品牌，现在由好时食
10. 特趣(Twix)巧克力棒由玛氏公司(Mars, Inc.)制造，由焦糖牛奶巧克力包裹着饼干组成。该产品于1967年在英国首次生
Claire: You may be cool, but I'm… wine cooler.
Phil: I love us. Thank you.
Vish Patel: Well, hello, Dunphys!
Phil: Who is that?
Claire: It's the Patels, Sanjay's parents.
Vish Patel: Hey, how are you?
Phil: How are you?
Claire: I heard Sanjay did so well on his test today. Wow.
Nina Patel: Oh, yes, we're very proud of him.
Vish Patel: Indeed.
Claire: Yeah. Yeah.
Vish Patel: Are you here to see "Deux Jour de la vie"?
deux: (法语) 二
jour: (法语) 日
de la vie: 法语中的部分冠词，用于抽象名词前，表示抽象概念
Claire: Well, we're not here to see "Croctopus"!
Nina Patel: Forgive Vish if you hear him groan. He gets annoyed if the subtitles are mistranslated.
subtitle [ˈsʌbˌtaɪtəl]: (usually plural) words that translate what is said in a film/movie into a different language and
appear on the screen at the bottom. Subtitles are also used, especially on television, to help deaf people. (常用
mistranslate ['mistræns'leit]: translate incorrectly 把…误译；把…译错
Phil: Well, that makes "Deux" of us.
Vish Patel: I guess we'll… see you in there.
Phil: All right.
Claire: You bet.
Phil: See you in there!
Claire: Phil, where are you going?!
Claire: Honey. Honey! I think we should go see this movie.
Phil: Why do I have to watch a French movie? I didn't do anything wrong.
Claire: Well, maybe Alex has a point. How can we encourage our kids to have intellectual curiosity when we
don't have any?
Phil: I don't know.
Claire: It's two hours of our life.
Claire: For our kids.
Phil: Sometimes I hate the kids.
Claire: I know.
Phil: I'm so confused.
Claire: I'm not. I love this.
Phil: You do not. Name one thing you've liked about this.
Claire: I liked the scene with the old man on the beach.
Phil: That was a trailer for a different movie.
trailer [ˈtreɪlər]: a series of short scenes from a film/movie or television programme, shown in advance to advertise it
Claire: So he's not coming back?
Phil: No, he's not coming back, and I'm not coming back, either!
Claire: Some of us are trying to enjoy this film.
Phil: While Claire watched one of the most highly acclaimed films of the year, I sat through a badly made
schlockfest with absolutely no redeeming value. And it was awesome.
acclaimed [əˈkleɪmd]: greatly praised or lauded, revered, highly respected 大获好评的
sit through something: to stay until the end of a performance, speech, meeting, etc. that you think is boring or too
schlock [ʃlɑk]: things that are cheap and of poor quality 劣货；次品
-fest: (in nouns) a festival or large meeting involving a particular activity or with a particular atmosphere (组成口语
redeeming [ri'di:miŋ]: serving to compensate for faults or deficiencies in quality, etc 能起补偿作用的；能弥补缺点的
Phil: Oh, my God. It feels like I have ink on me!
Phil: Sweetheart… Hey. Hey, hey, hey.
Claire: Oh, my God. I fell asleep. I missed it.
Phil: Yeah, let's go home.
Claire: I can't believe I fell asleep and you left. Alex is right– we're idiots.
Phil: Claire, stop it. Look… our kid got the second-best grade in the class. Dumb parents don't make kids
that smart. She got the best of both of us.
second-best: not as good as the best 仅次于最好的；居第二位的
Phil: Kind of like if you combined the jaw strength of a crocodile and the ink-spraying capabilities of an
octopus. You'd end up with something unstoppable.
crocodile [ˈkrɑkəˌdaɪl]: a large reptile with a long tail, hard skin and very big jaws. Crocodiles live in rivers and lakes
in hot countries. 鳄鱼
unstoppable [ʌn'stɑpəbəl]: that cannot be stopped or prevented 无法阻止的；不可抗拒的
Claire: But they did stop him in the end, didn't they?
Phil: "Her". And she laid eggs.
octopi ['ɔktəpai]: octopus 的复数
Phil: Hey. Hey. Check out Einstein over there.
Claire: Well, that's just sad. Hey, Vish. You just do this.
Vish Patel: Thank you. So, did you enjoy the film?
Claire: Not in the least.
not in the least: not at all 一点也不，丝毫不，决不
Phil: I actually found it quite two-dimensional.
two-dimensional [ˈtudəˈmɛnʃənəl]: If you describe fictional characters as two-dimensional, you are critical of them
because they are very simple and not realistic enough to be taken seriously. (指虚构人物形象)没有深度的；肤浅
Vish Patel: Hmm.
Phil: Well, lovely to see you.
Vish Patel: Good to see you, too.
Phil: All right.
Vish Patel: Bye.
Phil: Bye. After you, doctor.
after you: a gesture, usually polite, urging another person to take a turn at something ahead of the speaker 您先请
Claire: After you, professor.
Tracy: Mitchell, Cameron. Come on in.
Mitchell: Hi. Um, so… w-we need to talk.
Tracy: About what?
Mitchell: Do you mind if we sit down?
Mitchell: Um, Tracy, I… I have something to say, and I'm afraid that if I just don't say it all at once, I'm never
gonna say it. So…
all at once: suddenly 突然；一下子
Tracy: Ohh. This takes me back to prom night.
生穿晚礼服，一对男女结成舞伴共同前往。在毕业舞会上，还会揭晓"舞会王后"(prom queen)和"舞会之王"(prom king)。
Mitchell: Again… sorry about that. Anyway, uh, I saw you yesterday across the mall after we spoke and
couldn't help but notice that you weren't alone. Uh, you were with, um… I don't even know how to put this,
Tracy: His name… is Bobby.
Cameron: Such a lovely name.
Mitchell: Tracy… I-is he…?
Tracy: Yes, Mitchell. He is.
Mitchell: Oh, my God. Oh… Okay. Um… Why didn't you tell me?
Tracy: Mitchell, you and I don't have a relationship anymore. I called you after our little… visit to the nurse's
room. You never returned any of my calls.
Mitchell: I-I was freaked out, Tracy, and–
Cameron: Hey, let's not rehash the past… but rather focus on the future.
rehash something [ˈriˌhæʃ]: (disapproving) to arrange ideas, pieces of writing or pieces of film into a new form but
without any great change or improvement 只作轻微改动；改头换面地重复；换汤不换药
Mitchell: Yes, yes. Yes, Cam and I, um, want to know if you're open… to us… getting to know Bobby.
Tracy: I don't think that's a very good idea.
Mitchell: Okay, I understand. No, it might be a little awkward at first, but I think after some time…
Cameron: We brought him a present.
Tracy: For Bobby?
Mitchell: Please, we just… we really just want to meet him.
Tracy: Bobby? Could you come out here?
Bobby: Hey, honey. What's up?
Tracy: Hi. I wanted to introduce you to Mitchell and Cameron. This is my husband.
Bobby: Hey. How ya doin'?
Mitchell: Hey, what's up, dude?
Bobby: How ya doin'?
Bobby: Nice to meet you.
Cameron: Hi. Cameron.
Bobby: Hi, there. Yeah.
Bobby: So, uh, how do you know Tracy?
Mitchell: Um, uh, how… uh, we, um…
Tracy: Mitchell took me to the prom.
Mitchell: The prom.
Cameron: The prom.
Bobby: Oh, a redhead. You really have a type, don't you?
redhead [ˈrɛdˌhɛd]: a person who has red hair 有红头发的人
Tracy: Um, they got you a present?
Mitchell: Oh… it's not… You don't need to…
Cameron: I wouldn't even… You don't…
Bobby: "Little Slugger"?
slugger [ˈslʌgər]: (in baseball) a player who hits the ball, especially one who hits it very hard and for long distances
Cameron: I'm just gonna go and let you two catch up. So…
Mitchell: Um… 'Sup?
Jay: I never realized you ever had sex with a girl.
Mitchell: Oh, yeah. Yeah. I kind of got around back then, actually.
get around: to be sexually promiscuous 淫乱
Jay: More than one?
Jay: Well, there was Tracy. Who else?
Mitchell: Uh, Betty Rizzo.
Jay: Don't remember her.
Mitchell: Eliza Doolittle? Nellie Forbush?
Jay: These were classmates?
Mitchell: Well, s-s-some were older. S-some were younger. Uh, Liesl and Gretl von Trapp. Sisters,
obviously– too far?
Liesl and Gretl von Trapp: 音乐剧《音乐之声》中两个女儿的名字。最大的女儿Liesl von Trapp，16岁。最小的女儿
Gretl von Trapp，5岁。(参见201.文化详解10.)
Jay: I'm not an idiot. You played that record night and day. Why would you tell me a thing like that?
Mitchell: I'm… I just…