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2020/04/03 分享
  • Mike, hey. How'd it go?

  • He turned the offer down.

  • Thank God.

  • I thought you'd be disappointed.

disappointed [ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd]

adj. 失望的、沮丧的,失意的

v. 使(人)失望( disappoint的过去式和过去分词)、使破灭,使落空

  • That was before I found this and this and this.

  • Holy shit.

  • You were right. As soon as I started looking in the right places, all the apples started falling from the tree. There's gotta be at least 20 complaints of prisoners being denied their release date. And every one of them involves injuries and some kind of vague disciplinary action.

complaint [kəmˈplent]

n. 抱怨,控诉、委屈,怨言、平平的来由、痛苦根源

disciplinary [ˈdɪsəpləneri]

adj. 纪律的、训练的、惩罚的

  • Jesus. They're not just cheaping out on medical care. They're manufacturing revenue. Oliver, this is unbelievable. You got a class now.

  • There's only one problem. I don't have the resources to handle this alone.

  • Oliver, we've been over this. I signed an agreement that said I wouldn't touch it. I can't cross that line.

  • Jesus Christ, Mike. You're telling me you care more about some piece of paper you signed than about these men's lives?

  • No, I don't, but I signed it. Which means if I get involved and they find out, the case gets tossed, and Oscar gets nothing.

  • You lived a lie for years. You're telling me you can't keep a secret about working one Goddamn case?

  • I gave Harvey my word.

  • So what the hell am I supposed to do?

  • You're supposed to convince Nathan to give you the resources to pursue this.

pursue [pərˈsu]

vt. 继续、追求、进行、追捕

vi. 追,追赶、继续进行

  • And when I can't and I have to go back and tell Oscar that we can't move forward with this that's gonna be on you.