Too Right 太对啦！
The script of this programme 本节目台词
William: And I'm William Kremer.
Feifei: So are you going to the gig tonight?
William: No! I didn't get tickets; I'm really gutted.
Feifei: Gutted 特别失望、特别伤心。
William: Do you know anyone who has a spare ticket Feifei?
Feifei: Well it just so happens that I have one. I take it you would like it?
William: Too right!
William: I said too right!
Feifei: So you do want the ticket?
William: Yeah of course I do! I said too right. That's two words: T-O-O; second word, right; R-I-G-H-T
Feifei: So too right means you agree?
William: Yes. In English we tend to use the phrase too right when we completely agree with something.
Feifei: 在英语里当你非常同意一个观点的时候，就可以说 too right.
William: Let's hear some examples.
A: Let's go out dancing this weekend!
B: Too right.
A: I think footballers are paid too much money.
B: Too right they are.
William: So in the first example the speaker agreed by saying too right. In the second example the speaker used too right with the pronoun 'they' and the verb 'are'.
Feifei: 在第二个例子中我们听到 too right they are 这句话， too right 这个短语和代词 they are 用在一起是为了加强语气。
William: Let's hear another example of using too right with a pronoun.
A: Sorry! I'll pay for the damages to your car.
B: Too right you will.
Feifei: Well I think that is a very useful phrase.
William: Too right it is!
William: Right Feifei, we better getting going to that gig; it's going to be great!
Feifei: Too right!