This concert should be great.
Most important thing about a band is the name.
I should know, 'cause I had one.
You had five guys in Greg Samson's garage.
What was the name?
We had the best name ever-- Tick Beaudine.
It was some guy I saw in Western when I was a kid.
Guys, we should get going.
Thanks for the pizza, Noel. Don't put it away.
谢谢你的披萨 诺埃尔 别收起来
It'll be perfect room temperature when we get back.
That's the guy back with the crazy bread.
No! No, it's too late for that.
不 不用了 来不及吃了
I paid for crazy bread, I want my crazy bread.
Can you at least pretend to be having a good time, for me, please?
你能至少假装 玩得愉快吗 就算为了我 拜托
I'm having a great time.
Aria, the lights in this house are dimming because of all the energy you're sucking out of the air.
艾瑞亚 房间里的灯光 都受你的黑暗能量影响而变暗了
Okay, well, I'm doing the best I can.
Look who's here.
It wasn't the crazy bread. Hi.
Uh, I just came by to tell you
that the thing that we were talking about worked out.
You can look at it if you want.
vt. 假装，伪装； 假称； 装扮
vi. 扮演； 自称； 假装，矫作
Don't pretend to know [understand] when you don't.
He does not pretend to be a genius.
Some moths simulate dead leaves.
The fruit should be carefully put away.
tried to put her views across during the hearing.
My grandmother puts by her fresh vegetables.
put (one) in mind:想起
You put me in mind of your grandmother.
put (one's) finger on:认出，识别
I can't put my finger on the person in that photograph.
due to, owing to, because of, thanks to的同异:这些词组均表示“由于”之意。
due to： 用于较庄重的书面语中，侧重"起因于"，在句中多作表语，有时作状语。
The boss gave him the push due to his careless work.
owing to： 可以和due to换用，但在句中多作状语，也可作表语。
Owing to engine trouble,the plane had to make a forced landing.
because of： 着重某种原因的理由，在句中通常作状语。
Because of the coldness of the weather we stayed indoors.
thanks to： 突出一种感激之情，含"多亏"意味。
I am feeling better now, no thanks to you.