Really? Then who is staying in your apartment?
What was I supposed to do?
Send dad to a hotel because you're mad at him?
I'm not mad at him! Okay?
I'm just trying to figure out who he is
And who you are and what mom and I are up against.
Now who's taking sides?
This isn't helping anything,
you and I going at each other.
It's bad enough between mom and dad.
Parents are not supposed to stop loving each other.
This is not about love.
If it were about love,
then there wouldn't be bodies buried in backyards
up and down the street.
This is about lies
and whispered conversations
that stop when somebody walks into a room.
It's about Alison.
1.be supposed to 应该
例句：I was supposed to meet her, but I spaced out and forgot.
2.mad at 对 ... 恼火
例句：She is mad at her son for killing the brood hen.
3.up against 面临(问题、困难等)
例句：We are now up against difficulties.