Karl: Damn woman, you were good! Yes, you're next,
Suzie-Q. Whatcha gonna sing?
Mike: You sing?
Susan: Only when I'm alone.
Karl: Come on, we're among friends.
Susan: I don't think so.
Mike: Well, I, for one, would love to hear your voice.
Karl: Give it up, plumber. She's not budging.
Susan: You want to hear me sing?
Mike: What's it going to be? I'll tell the piano
Susan: New York, New York.
Edie: Oh, I'm so excited to hear you. Oh, but doesn't it just figures...
Susan: What do you mean?
Edie: You have to get up in front of a room full of people dressed like that.
I hope they don't turn on you.
Susan: I think I'll take my chances...sort of like you did--on those
Edie: I'm going to go get us two more.
Karl: That's a great idea.
Karl: So that Mike; he seems pretty even keeled.
Susan: Yeah. He's a great guy.
Karl: But you know, I mean, he's a little--Buster Brown. Don't you ever worry
you'll gonna get bored?
Susan: Thanks for your concern, Karl, I'm fine.
Karl: Go figure. Even though our
marriage was crazy at times, it never got dull.
Susan: Yeah, that part when you slept with your secretary was really
Karl: I know, how many times do I have to hear it? It was a mistake. But
don't I ever get credit for the
thirteen loyal years beforehand?
Edie: You must not be counting the Henderson's Christmas party.
Karl: Edie, not now.
Edie: Oh, what's the big deal, Karl. Your marriage is history anyway.
Edie: It was nothing, really. Basically we both got plastered on eggnog, and
we found ourselves standing under the, uh, mistletoe...
Edie: And we were like, okay, what do we do now? So I smiled, and he smiled,
and then Karl reached over, and started feeling me
Karl: Susie, that's not how it happened!
Mike: All right, Susie, come on, you're up.
Karl: Hey Susie, it's so silly...Susie.
Announcer: Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome Susan Mayer!
Susan (singing): Start spreading the news...I'm leaving today...I wanna be a
part of it, New York! New York! These vagabond shoes... (speaking) You're an
ass, you know that?
Susan (to the piano player): No keep playing! (singing) Are longing to
stray... there's a word no, right? And get around the heart of it, New York! New
York! I want to... (speaking) Just tell you that the affair was one thing, I
mean, I forgave you, because on some small level, I thought you were in love
with her, and now I find out that you were just
groping people at parties... (singing) Top of the heap...
Susan: Karl, don't you turn away from me. Look at me! You know, what else
were you doing during our marriage? How many other women were you sticking it
to? As God as my witness, it will snow on the hills of hell, before I ever feel
sorry for you again!
Susan (singing): New York!
1. It figures
Figure 这个词有很多意思和用法，除了作为名词表示“图形，数字”，它还可以用作动词表示“估计，想，认为”，例如：I figured that you
wanted me to stay. 在片断中，“go figure”的意思就是“想想看吧”。 此外，figure 还可以表示“to be or
appear”，例如：His name figures importantly in my report. 还可以表示“to be logical,
expected, or reasonable”，例如：He quit the job when he didn't get a raise-it
figured. 还可以表示“理解，了解”：He didn't figure her.
It figures 则是一个片语，意思是It's expected。
2. Turn on
这里的turn on可不是“关掉”的意思，而是to becomes angry or unhappy with someone
suddenly的意思。例如：I'm afraid that they'll turn on me when they see what I wear.