# 生活大爆炸第六季14

-Sheldon: This sandwich is an unmitigated disaster. I asked for turkey and roast beef with lettuce and Swiss on whole wheat.

unmitigated: 绝对的，十足的 disaster: 灾难 turkey：火鸡 roast：烤肉，烘烤

lettuce：莴苣 swiss：瑞士奶酪 whole wheat：全麦

-Rajesh: What did they give you?

-Sheldon: Turkey and roast beef with Swiss and lettuce on whole wheat.

It's the right ingredients, but in the wrong order. In a proper sandwich, the cheese is adjacent to the bread to create a moisture barrier against the lettuce.

They might as well have dragged this thing through a car wash.

might as well：或许 drag：拖拉

-Rajesh: I don't believe it.

-Sheldon: I know. It's basic culinary science.

culinary：烹饪的

-Leonard: Some guy is auctioning off a miniature Time Machine prop from the original film, and no one is bidding on it.

auction off：拍卖，竞卖 miniature：小规模的 prop：支柱，支架 bid on：出价，投标 有人在网上拍卖迷你时间机器，那可是原版电影的仿制品但是没有人在竞拍

-Howard: A time machine from the movie The Time Machine?

-Leonard: No. A time machine from Sophie's Choice

-Rajesh: Boy, Sophie could have used a time machine in that movie. Did you see it? It's rough. rough：粗糙的，粗暴的

-Howard: Oh, that's cool.

-Rajesh: It's only $800? 只有800块? -Leonard: Yeah. And that's my bid. bid: 竞标 是啊那是我的竞标价 -Sheldon: You bid$800?

-Leonard: It was a spur-of-the-moment thing. I figured it would go for thousands, and I just wanted to be a part of it.

spur: 刺激，激励 spur-of-the-moment: 一时冲动的 figure：认为

-Sheldon: There's only3 0 seconds left in the auction.

-Howard: Do you have $800? 你有800块么? -Leonard: Not to blow on a miniature time machine. blow on：把钱挥霍在… 我就算有也不能花在迷你时间机器上 -Howard: Well, don't worry. The way these things work is people wait until the last second to bid, and then they swoop in and get it. It's called sniping. swoop in: 抓取，突然袭击 sniping：狙击 呃别担心，拍卖的时候买家总是在最后一秒才出价他们突然闯进来把东西卷走，行话叫狙击战术 -Rajesh: 15 seconds. 还剩15 秒 -Leonard: Come on, snipers. 快来啊狙击手 -Rajesh: Ten, nine, eight... 10 9 8... -Leonard: Where are your snipers? sniper：狙击兵 你说的狙击手呢? -Rajesh: five... 5 -Leonard: Snipe. 狙击 -Rajesh: four... 4 ... -Leonard: Snipe. 狙击 -Rajesh:three.. 3 -Leonard: Snipe! 狙击! -Rajesh: two... 2 -Leonard: - Snipe! 伏击! -Rajesh:one... 1... -Leonard: ah.... 啊.... -Rajesh: Ah! Congratulations! You are the proud owner of a miniature time machine! 啊! 恭喜你! 你光荣地拥有了迷你时间机器! -Howard: You lucky duck. 你真走狗屎运 -Sheldon: I wonder why no one else bid. This is a classic piece of sci-fi movie memorabilia. classic: 经典的 sci-fi: science-fiction 的缩写，科幻小说 memorabilia：纪念品 我很奇怪怎么没有别人竞标呢?这可是经典科幻电影中的杰作啊 -Leonard: Yeah, I know! I still can't afford it. afford：买得起 我知道但是我还是买不起啊 -Howard: Why don't we share it? We'll each put in 200 bucks, and we'll take turns having it in our house. buck: 钱（美元） take turns doing sth: 轮流干某事 我们去一起合买吧每个人出200块然后我们轮流放在各自家里玩 -Rajesh: A time-share time machine .I'm in. Sheldon? 分享时间的时间机器，我同意 Sheldon你呢? -Sheldon: Need you ask? I still don't understand why no one else bid. 还用问吗? 我还是弄不懂为什么没人竞拍 -Sheldon: I understand why no one else bid. 我明白为什么没人竞拍了 -Rajesh: Did the listing actually say "miniature"? 拍卖单上面真的说了这是"迷你"的么? -Leonard: just assumed. Who sells a full-size time machine for$800?

assume：认为 full-size：全尺寸的

-Sheldon: In a Venn diagram, that would be an individual located within the intersection of the sets No longer want my time machine and "Need $800." Venn diagram：韦恩图解（英国逻辑学家韦恩制定的逻辑图解）individual：个人,单个的 intersection：交集 某人肯定处于两块韦恩集合图的交集一张集合图写着"不再需要时间机器"另一张写着"急需800块" -Howard: It's actually a tremendous bargain. Even with shipping, it works out to less than four dollars a pound. tremendous：巨大的 bargain: 买卖，交易 work out：计算 实际上这东西买得很划算啊！算上运费平均一磅才不到4美元 -Rajesh: Cocktail shrimp are$12 .5.

-Leonard: How are we going to get it upstairs?

-Howard: If we take the dish off, it might fit in the elevator.

elevator：电梯

-Leonard: Yes, but the elevator has been broken for two years.

-Sheldon: I've been meaning to ask you. Do you think we should make a call about that? mean: 打算 make a call: 打电话

-Howard: Not necessary. I have a Master's in engineering. I remotely repair satellites on a regular basis.

necessary：必须的 remotely: 远程，长距离的 satellite：卫星

on a regular basis: 定期地

alignment：调整，对准 front-end：前端的

No. That baby's broken.

-Leonard: Come on, guys! Push!

-Sheldon: If I push any harder, I'm going to give birth to my colon.

give birth to: 引起，生产 colon：结肠，直肠

-Rajesh: I can't feel my fingers. Hurry up!

Hurry up：快点

-Sheldon: It's the same amount of work no matter how fast you go. Basic physics.

Physics：物理学

-Rajesh: Sheldon?

Sheldon?

-Sheldon: Yeah?

-Rajesh: If my fingers ever work again, I've got a job for the middle one.

-Penny: Oh. Hey, guys.

-Leonard: Oh. Hi, Penny. Take a break, guys.

-Penny: What are you doing?

-Leonard: We're just, you know, moving something upstairs.

upstairs：往楼上

-Penny:What is it?

-Leonard: Just... You know. Time machine.

-Penny: Yeah. Okay. Neat. But I really got to get to work.

neat: 干得好

-Leonard: Just give us a few minutes.

-Penny: I don't have a few minutes. I'm running really late.

-(本文来自：WwW.dXf5.coM 东星 资源网:生活大爆炸第六季14)Sheldon: Then, I have a simple solution. Go up to the roof. Hop over to the next building. There's a small gap―don't look down if you're subject to vertigo--and use their stairwell.

solution: 解决方案roof: 屋顶 hop: 跳 vertigo：眩晕 stairwell: 楼梯井

-Penny: You're joking, right?

-Sheldon: Oh, I never joke when it comes to vertigo.

-Penny: Damn. Okay, I'll just take the roof.

-Leonard: Hey, if you wait for us to set up the time machine, I can drop you off at work yesterday. Time travel joke. It's not... never mind.

set up：处理好 drop off：把…放下

-Sheldon: For what it's worth, I thought it was humorous.

humorous：幽默的

-Leonard: Let's just do this.

-Leonard: You guys ready to push?

-Rajesh: In a minute. Howard stepped outside to throw up.

throw up: 吐

-Sheldon: I don't know what you were worried about. I think it really works in the room. 我不知道你在担心什么我觉得它在这间房子里一定行

-Leonard: Yeah. It is by far the coolest thing I have ever owned.

by far: 到目前为止

-Sheldon: The exact time machine that carried actor Rod Taylor from Victorian England into the

-喂 我都是有女朋友的人了 -拜托\- Hey. I've got a girlfriend now. - Oh, please. 我的妹妹比你那女友辣多了\My sister's much hotter than your girlfriend

computer game and...

-谢尔顿 -等一下\- Sheldon. - Hold on.

-谢尔顿 你还得早起工作呢 -我知道\- Sheldon, you need to work in the morning. - I know! 那还不赶紧睡觉\Well, then bed, mister!

-不想吗 -不想\- It doesn't? - Mm-mm.

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* While Raj just wanted to pee.

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* He faced a fearsome giant

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* With a fi-fi fiddle dee-dee

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* There once was a brave lad named Leonard

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Great.

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Minstrels will write songs about you.

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I was wrong.

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your warrior's wound, if you will.

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and I have indelible ink on my forehead!

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Penny's hooking up with her jerk of an ex-boyfriend,

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because it's his nature.

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He fights for right and justice simply

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The true hero doesn't seek adulation.

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Well done, Leonard.

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Bye.

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Bye, guys.

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and I get to wear my new beret.

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We're having dinner tomorrow night,

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Nope. I just think he's really changed.

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Did he give any reason as to why he came to this moral epiphany?

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That's it?

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and wanted to do what was right.

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Yes, he said he was feeling guilty

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Really? Did he say why?

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and gives me the money he owes me..

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Kurt shows up

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but the biggest thing was, out of the blue,

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and picked up a few more hours at the restaurant,

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Well, I cut back my expenses like you said

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but where did the money come from?

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Hey, I know it's none of my business,

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Darn. I can't seem to get the hang of that.

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No.

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Sarcasm?

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00:19:18,200 --> 00:19:20,230 非常感谢 帮了大忙了

Thank you very much. It helped a lot.

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00:19:16,800 --> 00:19:18,130 谢尔顿 这是你的钱

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00:19:15,300 --> 00:19:16,730 佩妮 你来啦

Hello, Penny.

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00:19:12,170 --> 00:19:15,230 看起来像捕鱼的

Maybe if you're working on a tuna boat.

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00:19:08,770 --> 00:19:12,100 最近流行这款

It's kind of a fashionable look these days.

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00:19:07,070 --> 00:19:08,700 帽子不错

Nice hat.

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00:19:05,770 --> 00:19:07,000 谢尔顿

Sheldon!

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00:19:03,930 --> 00:19:05,700 -谢尔顿在吗 -在的 等等

-Hey. Is Sheldon here? -Yeah. Hang on.

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00:18:49,700 --> 00:18:53,810 不介意的话 我还是想尿尿

If anybody cares, I still have to pee