Hey. Those are for you.
They're your favorite, right?
Yeah, they were... when I was, like, seven.
So, you finally spoke to Wren?
No, but I spoke with Mr. Sheldrake.
You didn't really think you were gonna be able
to keep this essay secret, did you?
Spencer, this is a coup for you.
I mean, if the Ivies weren't onto you already,
they are now.
I'm seeing a cage match between Harvard and Yale.
Dad, it's really not that big of a deal.
Oh, now you tell me.
Your mother's already taken out a full-page ad
in the club newsletter.
I'm kidding. Come on.
Have a butter cream.
I'm proud of you, Spence.
At least let me brag about you tomorrow.
I'm taking Russell Newhoff to the club.
He's a potential new client.
You up for playing doubles if he brings his daughter along?
Sure! Hey, you want to volley with me?
没问题 对了 想和我打排球吗
Oh, I'd love to, but...
I have a bunch of calls to return,
And a prize-winning essay to read.
Don't forget to put it on my desk, okay?
Oh, dad, I...you don't have to read this one.
It's really not one of my best.
Somebody sure thought it was.
They don't give these awards to people who don't deserve them.
原文:So, you finallyspoke toWren?那你后来找任谈了吗
May I speak to peter?
原文:You didn't really think you were gonnabe able tokeep this essay secret, did you?
be able to:能；会
Martin may be able to help.
原文:Your mother's alreadytaken outa full-page ad in the club newsletter.你妈妈都要在俱乐部的布告栏上张贴喜报了
Please take out your books.
原文:I'mproud ofyou, Spence.我为你骄傲 斯宾塞
be proud of:对...感到骄傲
I just want you to be proud of me, honey.
原文:At least let mebrag aboutyou tomorrow.不过至少明天还是让我夸夸你吧
He often brags about how well he plays golf.