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  • You were right, Mike. I needed the distraction.

distraction [dɪˈstrækʃən]

n. 注意力分散、娱乐,消遣、心烦意乱、精神错乱

  • Thanks. Harvey, I know it's none of my business and you probably don't want to talk about it, but... What happened with Paula?

  • Donna kissed me.

  • What?

  • It was after Malik was over, and out of the clear blue sky, Donna kissed me. Look, it's a long story, but it led me to realize that Paula's not the one.

  • Because Donna is?

  • That's not what I'm saying.

  • Then what are you saying?

  • I'm saying that you should know better than anyone that sometimes shit happens you couldn't see coming. It knocks you into a different life, and this is one of those times.

  • Maybe you couldn't have seen it coming, but... I think I should have.

  • What are you talking about?

  • You're gonna be pissed. That night before we went to see Malik, I kind of told Donna that if she had feelings for you that she better tell you before it was too late. Look, I didn't think she was gonna kiss you.

  • It's okay, Mike. You couldn't have known she was gonna do that. Wait a second. You couldn't have known.

  • What?

  • We couldn't have known that Ralls wouldn't recuse herself, which means they won't know she didn't.

  • Are you talking about forging her signature?

forging ['fɔdʒɪŋ]

n. 锻炼,伪造

v. 锻造( forge的现在分词 )、伪造、艰苦干成、努力加强

  • Yeah, I am. We get Smith and Devane to sign off in writing, that's as good as them admitting that they fabricated this whole thing.

fabricated ['fæbrɪkeɪt]

adj. 编造的

v. 编造( fabricate的过去式和过去分词 )、伪造、建造、制造

  • I don't know how I feel about crossing that line.

  • Mike, we've done a lot worse for people that deserve a lot less. You yourself said that she deserves this.

  • Okay. Okay, let's do it.