Boog: This ain't happening. It's some kind of mistake. Think, Boog. She's mad, but you can fix this. All right, I'll go back and I'll give her the face. The face. Gotta get back before she forgets the face. That'll clear it all up right there. Yeah, yeah, yeah, the face.
Elliot: Boog! You can't just go wandering around out here. You don't know where you're going, Boog!
Boog: I'm going home.
Elliot: Wait. Boog. I know where Timberline is. I can get you back.
Boog: Thank you, but no thank you. Quiet. Timberline's gotta be around here somewhere.
Elliot: Well, that was quick. Now, let's see. Righty-tighty, lefty-loosey. Boog, is that you? Boog.
Boog: Okay, I gotta get the lay of the land. Somehow... if I get up high enough, then... All right. I can do this. No problem.
McSquizzy: Hi! Lost your way to Sunday school, pal? This is McSquizzy's turf. Nobody messes with McSquizzy. Because that's me.
McSquizzy: Touch a needle in this tree and I'll give you such a doing!
Boog: Yeah? You and what army? Oh, that army.
McSquizzy: Mess not with the furrytail clan. Defenders of the good, crusaders of the righteous, guardians of the pine.
Boog: Keep your tree. I'll find another one.
McSquizzy: Look! He's got a wee freakish twin growing out of his back.
1. Give one the face.
当一个宠物想向主人讨好、讨要东西时，总是会做出一些可爱、谄媚的表情，这就是give one the face 啦！同理，当你和上司说话的时候，尤其是要请假、要求加薪的时候，是不是也会做出这种表情来呢？例如：He gave his boss the face to get a day leave.
2. Clear up
这里的clear up 意思是“解决”，例如：Let's try to clear up this problem.
3. The lay of the land
4. Mess with
这个片语的意思是“Interfere or associate with; annoy, bother干扰，烦扰，与……厮混在一起”，例如：I told him not to mess with me or there would be trouble.
5. You and what army
动画片制作全过程 The Manufacturing Process
Creating an animated short or full-length feature is a long, tedious process. Extremely labor-intensive, the average short cartoon has approximately 45,000 separate frames. To make a character say "Hello, Simon," can require 12 drawings to depict each movement of the character's lips.
The story is written
Sometimes the animator is also the writer. The animator makes a storyboard, a series of one-panel sketches pinned on a board. Dialogue and/or action summaries are written under each sketch. The sketches may be rearranged several times as a result of discussions between the writer, the animator, and the director.
The dialogue, music, and sound effects are recorded
Actors record the voices of each character. Background music and sound effects, such as doors slamming, footsteps, and weather sounds, are recorded. These recordings are generally preserved on magnetic tape. The music is timed for beats and accents; this information is recorded on a bar sheet so that the animation can be fitted around the music. Because Walt Disney was one of the first animators to fit the action to the music, this process is called "Mickey Mousing." Many professional studios now use an optical sound track on which voices, music, and sound effects are represented by varying lines. An electronic sound reader and synchronizer gives an accurate count of the number of frames required for each sound.
文化面面观 动画片制作全过程 The Manufacturing Process