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  • Why aren't you playing from the men's tees?

  • If you're here to insist that my daughter gets married in that love shack of yours, that ship has sailed.


v. 驾驶( sail的过去式和过去分词 )、起航、坐船旅行、掠

  • Oh, I don't care if she gets married at the Taj Mahal. I'm here to take you up on Jessica's arrangement.

taj mahal

n. 泰姬陵

  • Yeah. What arrangement was that?

  • The one where you do me a favor and I give you a big one in return.

  • What the hell do you think letting Katrina Bennett and Company walk over to you without a fight was?

  • I didn't ask you to do that.

  • I don't care whether you asked me or not. It's been a thin quarter, and I'm no Goddamn Santa Claus.

santa claus [ˈsæntəˌklɔz]

n. 圣诞老人

  • Robert.

  • Okay, Harvey. You want a favor? I'll give you one. Instead of you asking me for a handout, you should watch your backside, because you've got a missile coming straight for you.

handout [ˈhændˌaʊt]

n. 救济品、施舍物、印刷品、讲义

  • Bratton Gould.

  • Yes. Bratton Gould. What'd you think they were gonna do when you took their senior partner and marquee client out from under their noses?

marquee [mɑrˈki]

n. 大帐篷、大天幕、选取框、门罩

  • I knew they'd try to retaliate, but I didn't think it would happen this fast.

  • Well, today's the day. Let me tell you something. I have no love for them. So I'll do whatever I can to help. But like I said, it's been a thin quarter. And I'm not letting you get one of my clients.