- You know this office isn't gonna pack itself up, right?
vt.& vi. （把…）打包、塞进、拥进、（使）聚集成团
vi. 包装、紧挤在一起、便于折叠收藏的、匆忙离去（有时与 off 连用）
It's not packed because one of us has been at work for the last three hours.
The other one of us was sleeping off all the work he did last night.
You mean you're hung over from all the vodka you drank?
hung over [hʌŋ ˈovɚ]
Yeah, that's what I just said.
I never should have hired you back.
Well, it's too late to fire me now.
Is it? Because if you were worth your salary, you'd ask how many bids we're sitting on.
I don't have to ask, because I've got this. Guest list was 500, and half of them came for the girls. Half of the other half don't have the capital, and 60% of the rest of them woke up realizing they don't want to work in the liquor business. Take, I don't know, what, 47 off the top for good measure? Leaves us with three bids.
Donna told you, didn't she?
Did she bother telling you what we're doing now?
- She didn't have to, 'cause you're Harvey Specter. You've got one trick, and you taught it to me years ago, so let's go.
You know I have more than one trick, right?
No, I know you think you do, but just because you put on a different costume doesn't make it a different trick.
- Yeah, I liked you better when you were drunk.
v. 喝（酒）( drink的过去分词)、饮、喝酒、（尤指）酗酒
- I liked you better when I was drunk too.