Sally: Why are wasting your time on your day off watching these daytime talk shows?
Jerry: I think they're entertaining.
Sally: You've got to be kidding. The only people who are booked as guests on those shows are losers or exhibitionists who want attention.
莎莉：你在开玩笑吧 。预约到这些节目来做嘉宾的人只有那些失败者或想要博众人眼球的表演者 。
Jerry: No, they're not. These shows are all about human drama and tragedy, something we can all relate to.
杰瑞：不，他们不是 。这些节目的主题是人间充满戏剧性的故事和悲剧，这些跟我们的生活都密切相关 。
Sally: Give me a break! The people who appear on these shows want fame at any cost and the producers of the shows exploit them for ratings. They're full of salacious details that nobody should talk about in public, and that I certainly don't want to hear.
莎莉：饶了我吧！在这些节目里出现的人都想不惜任何代价出名，而节目的制片人也在利用他们赚收视率 。这里到处是潜规则，我当然不愿意听见那些丑事 。
Jerry: I completely disagree. If you get off your high horse for a minute, you may learn something.
杰瑞：我完全不赞同 。如果你能放下架子，哪怕只有一分钟，你也能学到新东西 。
Sally: Like what?
Jerry: Like how to get rid of an annoying wife and get away with it!
俚语：get off one's high horse
英文释义：to become humble; to be less haughty.
例句：He'll have to get off his high horse to win support from the others.