Daniel, I'm so glad you could come.
And I see that you brought Emily.
Victoria, I hope you don't mind.
Daniel told me everything,
And we just really wanted to come and show our support.
I'm sure you must be devastated.
Devastated is not the word I would use.
And quite frankly,
my marriage is the last thing I want ttalkboutight now.
Well, why don't we talk about Tyler?
Don't you think it's weird he's still living in the pool house
even though I'm staying at Emily's?
Quite the opposite.
With you gone, I rather like having him there.
Tyler seems almost like family to me.
Okay, but he's not and he never will be.
I'd rather have someone in the house than no one at all.
Unless of course you're telling me
that you're planning on moving back home.
Uh, no. Mm. Well, then...
As far as I'm concerned, he stays.
I'd rather have someone in the house than no one at all.无论如何，都比家中空无一人好
rather than:宁可 ... 也不愿；与其 ... 倒不如
I prefer to walk there rather than take a bus.
It is a telex rather than a letter.
at all:完全； 根本
I don't think that's a bad idea at all.
I assure you that you will feel no pain at all.
you're planning on moving back home.你要搬回家住了
We are planning on visiting him next month.
They plan on coming at Christmas.
As far as I'm concerned, he stays.在我看来他还是继续住着吧
as far as I'm concerned:我认为, 就我来说
As far as I'm concerned, the beige one is better.
As far as I am concerned, I'm not against your plan.