Wells: I'm guessin' this isn't the future you had pictured for yourself when you first clapped eyes on that money. Don't worry. I'm not the man that's after you.
Llewellyn: I know that. I've seen him.
Wells: You've seen him? And you're not dead.
Llewellyn: Is this guy supposed to be the ultimate badass?
Wells: No, I don't think that's how I'd describe him.
Llewellyn: How would you describe him?
Wells: I guess I'd say... he doesn't have a sense of humor. His name is Chigurh.
Wells: Chigurh. Anton Chigurh. You know how he found you?
Llewellyn: Yeah. I know how he found me.
Wells: It's called a transponder.
Llewellyn: I know what it is. He won't find me again.
Wells: Not that way.
Llewellyn: Not any way.
Wells: Took me about three hours.
Llewellyn: Yeah, well, I've been immobile.
Wells: No. You don't understand. What do you do?
Llewellyn: I'm retired.
Wells: What did you do?
Wells: Acetylene? Mig? Tig?
Llewellyn: Any of it. If it can be welded, I can weld it.
Wells: Cast iron?
Wells: I don't mean braze.
Llewellyn: I didn't say braze.
Wells: Pot metal?
Llewellyn: What did I say?
Wells: Were you in Nam?
Llewellyn: Yeah. I was in Nam.
Wells: So was I.
Llewellyn: So what does that make me, your buddy?
Wells: Look, you gotta give me this money. I got no other reason to protect you.
Llewellyn: It's too late. I spent it. About a million and a half on whores and whiskey and the rest of it I just sort ofblew it here.
Wells: How do you know he's not on his way to Odessa?
Llewellyn: Why would he go to Odessa?
Wells: To kill your wife.
Llewellyn: Maybe he's the one who needs to be worried. About me.
Wells: He isn't. You're not cut out for this. You're just a guy who happened to find those vehicles. I'm across the river. Hotel Eagle. Carson Wells. Call me when you've had enough. I can even let you keep a little of the money.
Llewellyn: If I was into cutting deals, why wouldn't I just deal with this guy Chigurh?
Wells: Oh. No. You don't understand. You can't make a deal with him. Even if you gave him the money back, he'd still kill you just for inconvenience in him. He's a peculiar man. Might even say he has principles. Principles that transcend money or drugs or anything like that. He's not like you. He's not even like me.
Llewellyn: He doesn’t talk as much as you, I give him points for that.
1. clap eyes on
这个片语也写作“lay / set eyes on”，意思是“看到”，例如：As soon as I laid eyes on him I knew he would be perfect for the lead in our play. 我一看到他就知道他是我们这部戏主角的最佳选择。