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  • What happened with Judge Follman?

  • There might be a slight problem.

  • What did you do?

  • Why do you assume I did something?

  • What did you do?

  • There was a prank.

  • How bad was it?

  • We went to law school together, and I got her drunk.

  • So?

  • So she woke up in front of the entire con law class.

  • It's recoverable.

recoverable [rɪˈkʌvərəbl]

adj. 可重获的

  • She might have been naked.

  • "Might have"?

  • Was.

  • We're screwed.

screwed [skrud]

adj. 用螺丝拧紧的,螺丝状的,喝醉的

v. 用螺丝拧紧( screw的过去式和过去分词 )、拧上去、(和某人)性交、诈骗(钱财等)

  • Come on, Harvey. She was uptight. I just straightened her out. It's what you do with uptight people.

uptight [ˈʌpˈtaɪt]

adj. <口>紧张的、愤怒的、经济状况不佳的、<美>极端保守的

  • Why don't you ever do that to Louis?

  • I did.

  • That was you? He blamed me.

  • You can be uptight sometimes too. That's why I let him think it was you.

  • Told him it was me.

  • That's what I said.

  • It's okay, I deserved it. Do you remember when he was so mad when his cat peed in the corner of his office? That wasn't his cat.

  • You know, this is no joke. We're being sued. I'm in trouble.

  • I know. I'm gonna get her off our case.