Rosalind: How is the pilot program coming along?
Jimmy: We'll be ready to launch it in another month, but I have some serious reservations.
Rosalind: Like what?
Jimmy: We haven't worked out all of the bugs yet and we might come up against some resistance from the community.
Rosalind: Isn't that the nature of a pilot program? When you're paving the way, you're always going to have skeptics and dissenters.
Jimmy: You're right, of course, but there's a lot at stake. I just hope this trial run will win over some of those skeptics. It would be a shame to scrap this program after we've put in so much work.
吉米：当然是这样，但许多事正处在紧要关头 。我只希望此次试验能够说服一些怀疑者 。我们已经做了很多工作，如果废除这个计划就太可惜了 。
Rosalind: After the program is launched, you'll have six months to prove its worth, right?
Jimmy: Yeah, that's right.
Rosalind: That's plenty of time for the dissenters to see the light.
Jimmy: From your lips to God's ears!
Idiom：From your lips to God's ears
It expressing a wish that the desires of the person to whom the saying is spoken will come true；When you say this to someone, it means that you hope what they are saying will come true.
Usage note：The original, literal meaning of the saying indicates that the speaker wishes that whatever the addressee has just said will be heard by God and answered.
1. —Your show will get so much press, it'll drive marc jacobs to drink. —From your lips to God's ears!