Ella. Ella. Ella, slow down.
埃拉 埃拉 埃拉 等等
Do you want to go somewhere
and figure out how we're gonna deal with this?
Deal with what?
Mike has never picked a fight before in his life.
Well, I guess there's a first time for everything.
Did you know that Aria had been skipping her classes?
Did I know?
As in, am I not keeping close enough tabs on our children?
No, I'm not.
Or maybe I'm just too trusting.
No, I am not being critical, okay?
I m just saying that I think that we should be
putting the focus on them right now, not us.
We made a decision.
Yeah, and that was before our kids
started spinning out of control.
Okay, look, I'm not moving out now.
好吧 听着 我目前不会搬出去
They need us.
You don't get to play Mr. Moral
when you're the one who threw this family into chaos.
They'll get through this.
They're angry and confused
because we're angry and confused.
The sooner we sort this out,
the sooner they will feel like they can rely on us again.
Well, they can rely on us.
But it's not gonna help them to pretend
like everything is fine between us,
because it's not.
You're not my child, you're not my roommate,
and you can't sleep on a couch in the den
like some drunk uncle.
原文:As in, am I not keeping close enough tabs on our children?你是在说我不够关心孩子吗?
enough作形容词，意思是"足够的;充分的"，常与for sb to do连用，可以作定语或表语。作定语置于被修饰的名词前后均可，前置时强调enough，后置时强调被修饰词.
简而言之，enough和形容词在一起的时候就在形容词的后面，如常用的big enough ,如果和名词在一起就放在名词的前面，enough money。
原文:Yeah, and that was before our kids started spinning out of control.没错,但那是在我们的孩子开始失控之前。
out of control：
The plane got out of control and crashed into the sea.
You should learn to keep your temper under control.
in control of：
1. Enemy forces are in control of the city.
2. Who's in control of the project?
3. Lost control of the skidding car; the leaders in control of the country.
in/under the control of：
He was in the control of evil men and forced to do wicked things.