Really nice wine, Tyler.
I can't remember. Is it pronounced montrachay or montrachet?
I just point to the highest number in the right column
and assume it doesn't suck.
Well, I don't care how it pronounce. Just keep it coming.
Pace yourself, Ash.
Sorry. I'm nervous about that party tomorrow night.
If it's not a scratch then I'm scared that I'm get the axe.
Oh, you say that every day.
No, this is different.
Daniel's parents is in a firing mood.
They sacked that security guy,
Frank Stevens, today.
Yeah, I can't say I'm sad to see him go.
The guy was pretty tightly wound.
Well, he's their longest-sanding employee.
No one's safe.
Listen, I'm sure your party will be a big success.
I'm sorry I can't be there to see.
You want me to come to keep you company tomorrow?
I tip my bartenders very well.
Smart, Emily. Offer him cash.
这招好 艾米莉 给他点小费
Daddy froze his trust.
I think he's ready for a new leash.
I'd love your company,
But I'd much rather you go to the party.
And it might be a good opportunity for you
to spend some time with my mother.
Hmm. A necessary evil.
To necessary evils.
I'm nervous about that party tomorrow night.我对明晚的宴会很是紧张
be nervous about:对 ... 感到紧张
I'll be nervous about speaking in your presence.
If it's not a scratch then I'm scared that I'm get the axe.如果不出彩的话，我怕会被解雇
get the axe:被解雇
A lot of people in the waxworks will get the axe.
My colleague got the ax yesterday.
I just point to the highest number in the right column我就在右边一栏点了瓶最贵的酒
I can't point to any one particular reason for it.