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Kangaroos 袋鼠 -- :0: 来源: Kangaroos 袋鼠  Kangaroos live in Australia. There are more than 60 different types of kangaroos. The Red Kangaroo is the largest. You can see many kangaroos everywhere outside the cities and towns in Australia, not only in zoos.  Kangaroos are very good at jumping, because they have very strong legs. Their tails are very strong, too. When they want to have a rest, they rest on their tails. Kangaroos like to eat at night. They like to be quite in they day.  Kangaroos are very good at looking after their babies. Mother kangaroos keep their babies safe in their pouchs. Baby kangaroos stay in their mother's pouchs 5-6months.  袋鼠生活在澳大利亚有60多种不同种类的袋鼠红袋鼠是体型最大的在澳大利亚的城市和乡镇外面你到处都能看到袋鼠,而不仅仅是在动物园  袋鼠非常擅长跳跃,因为它们有很强壮的腿它们的尾巴也很强壮当它们想休息的时候,就在自己的尾巴上休息袋鼠喜欢在晚上进食,白天它们喜欢安静  袋鼠很擅长照顾自己的小宝宝袋鼠妈妈把它们的小宝贝放在自己安全的育儿袋里小袋鼠们在它们妈妈的育儿袋里要待上5到6个月呢龙岩哪间医院治输卵管堵塞杜甫草堂英文导游词 杜甫草堂景点英文介绍 -- :57:6 来源: 杜甫草堂英文导游词 杜甫草堂景点英文介绍杜甫是唐朝最有名的诗人之一,杜甫草堂曾是杜甫的居所杜甫草堂位于成都西郊,屋外河流、古式建筑、亭台楼阁和古树是它的标志Du Fu(7~770)Thatched Cottage used to be the mer home of Du Fu, one of the greatest poets in the Tang Dynasty. Located in the western suburbs of Chengdu, the spot is marked by a stream, ancient style architecture, pavilion pagodas and age -old trees.   The cottage consists of six important parts, They are the Front Gate, the Lobby, the Hall of poem History, the Water Pavilion, the Gongbu Shrine and the Thatched Cottage.  At the time of the Tang Dynasty, Du Fu's poetry first came to be recognized. Readers of many different periods have considered Du Fu to be the greatest poet of the Chinese tradition. Such general agreement can partially be explained by the immense variety of his work, which holds up quite well to different tastes and historical changes in fashion. Like Shakespeare in English tradition, Du Fu's poetry came to be so deeply bound up with the constitution of literary value that generation after generation of poets and critics rediscovered themselves and their interests in some aspect of the poet'  Chinese critics from the Song Dynasty referred to Du Fu as the"poet-historian". Both bee and after the An Lushan Revolt, Du Fu witnessed a typical political and social situation; the common people still lived in poverty while the emperor and his top officials enjoyed a foolishly luxurious life. He composed many poems such as "Song of the War Chariots", "Three Officials",and "Three Departures"His poems expressed his dissatisfaction with the government and his great pity the common people. Du Fu used his poems to comment on current events and historical images. Du Fu became the historian by creating his responses to particular situations.  Du Fu was talented. When he was young, he wanted to get a good job in the government. Untunately Du Fu was refused several times. He was in his fifties when he began to serve as a minor official in Changan (Xi'an). Gongbu was his official title and probably he was in charge of the lical industry.  Du Fu was not a skilled survivor in government politics. He was dismissed in the m of a transfer to the post of personnel administrator in Huazhou and so left Changan. Du Fu soon gave up this minor post in disgust and set off with his family to Qinzhou in the Northwest. After a short stay he moved on again and in 759 he arrived in Chengdu. He set up a modest cottage with some money he borrowed from his friend who served as a local governor. In the cottage he had a simple and peaceful life three years, writing about 0porms. Mostly inspired by the cottage, the stream nearby and the scenery in Chengdu. These poems give the impression that he was happier in Chengdu than any other time in his life. The poems of this period sound relaxed and happy. Here are some of them.  In Chengdu the flutes and the strings  You hear them so loud even in the daytime  The melody fades in the river wind  And half in the towering clouds above us  Oh it should never be played here  It belongs to the emperor's hraven  We thank you what is not ours  But the emperor will be hearing it also  Two yellow orioles sing in the tenser green willow  A line of herons crosses the blue sky  When you open the west-facing window  The snow is framed in the summit of the mountain  And the ships that will sail east Dong Wu  They lie at anchor in the sun-filled doorway  A good rain knows its season  It brings thins to life right in spring  It enters the night, unseen with the breeze  It moistens things gently and without sound  Du Fu left Chrngdu after 76 and wandered in the southern provinces and eventually died of illness in 770. After his death, the people if Chrngdu built a shrine on the site of his garden to honor him. Since then, it brcame the custom to visit on the seventh day of the lunar month(around the middle of February). An ancient couplet still hangs on the top of the front door. It s:"锦江春风公占却,草堂人日我归来"It was written by a scholar of the Qing Dynasty, whose name was He Shaoji. The couplet means that Du Fu owned the Jingjiang river and the spring breeze; on the seventh day of the first lunar month did I come to visit his cottage. The original cottage no longer exists and the buildings within the cottage compound. South west of the city, have been repaired and added to thirteen times since the eighth century. The Gongbu Shrine is at the center of the six important sites in the cottage compound……It is a small hall in the eastern section of the grounds, dedicated to the memory of Du Fu. It contains a statue of du fu flanked by ghose of two other poets; Huang Tingjian(-)on the right and Lu You (-)on the left. Thesee two poets were both from the Song Dynasty and occupied an important place in the traditional Chinese literature history. Huang Ting jian, from Xiu Shui in which affected his official posts. Later when his opposition party was in power, he was dismissed from his major official post and banished to Yizhou. Huang was one of the followers of Su Shi. He sincerely studied Du Fu's poetry and intentionally car during theearly song Dynasty. Lu You, from Shaoxing in Zhejiang held a succession of mionor of ficial posts but was unable to affect any of the political rems he advocated. Im 7, he began to serve in the army on the Sichuan -Shaanxi border. It is known that sometime later he was dismissed from a post im jiangxi distributing government grain to relieve famine. Lu You was a prolific poet and more than nine thousand poems have survived. Both Huang ting jian and Lu You are noted their ardent patriotism. Here are some of their poems :  Looking all round, a fine sight of hills and waters I found:  Leaning on the Tower railing, I could enjoy what was sweet:  The fragrance of water chestnuts and lotus stretching far  The soft breeze and bright moon which were both  Free and made tower cool ;  (Huang tingjian, Tr, Guo Zhuzhang)  Erect hedge and implant fence to shield and sustain these new bamboo,  They are meticulously cultivated and their dark green color is reflected in ripples.  The blowing of the cool breeze tells the early coming of autumn,  And I am not aware of the blazing sun in the sky at such high noon.  I hear the rustling sound when the sheath is shedding from the sprouts.  And see the dense fluttering shadows of these newly grown young bamboos.  Once I retire from my position, here will be the place to which I often come,  And carry with me along a pillow and a mat that are made of bamboo.  (Lu You, Tr. Cui Wenkai)  In the traditional Chinese literature history, there were thousands of poets, Why were these two poets selected to accompany Du Fu ?there are three reasons:Firstly, they made greart achievements in studying Du Fu's poetry. Secondly, they used to live in Sichuan, and enjoyed their stay, thirdly, Du FU's statue might have been lonely in the gongbu Shrine without any accompaniment. so when people placed the statues together, they ghought that the three poets might have time to talk about their poetry. the Shrine of the Three Sages is named from the above -mentioned story.  Inside the shrine are two valuable stone tablets from the Qing Dynasty, on which the whole picture of the thatched Cottage has been engraved. the tablets showus the design and development of the cottage dated bace to the Qing Dynasty. Also an other two stone tablets are in the shrine, which tell the story about the refurbishment of the cottage and the reason why Huang tingjian and Lu You's statues stay with Du Fu's.  On left side of the Gongbu Shrine is a huge tablet placed in a straw -roofed pavilion. Prince Guo of the Qing Dynasty wrote the calligraphy on the tablet when he visited the cottage. A screen wall at the entrance to the Flowery Path is decorated with the characters Caotang(Thatched Cottage ) at old blue and white ceramic fragment.  At present, du Fu's cottage is a museum. It has a rich collection of over 30000bound volumes, and 00cultural relics, the bound volumes include thea ncient cut blocks photo-offset, hand -written, and modern stereotyped copies, the translation editions are in languages. As you walk around the cottage, you will experience the traditional Chinese culture and literature characterized by Du Fu's poems. 英文导游词福州药流那个医院好台湾旅游——吃喝玩乐在台北夜市(二) --3 :31: 来源: 去台湾旅游,如果只有几天时间,你会去哪里呢?台湾夜市绝对是你不容错过的地方,它是你体验当地色的最佳地点和其它地方的夏夜一样,台北大同区的夜晚闷热潮湿上千人挤在宁夏路狭窄的小街上,夜空中充满着愉快的欢笑声,让人怦然心动的哭声,还有嘶嘶作响的食物的味道According to James Parng, chief of the Longquan neighborhood and Shida shopping district, Shida night market has shrunk from having about 300 stalls to a little more than 180. He says the drop has affected business, but only because the market is now smaller."Shida is still very vibrant, we still get loads of people coming here," says Parng. "Many come to see what's left and are surprised to see the market still very much there. Loads of tour buses drop off tourists from the Chinese mainland."The impact tourists from the Chinese mainland have had upon the Taiwan night markets have been very profound.Parng and Lin both say that it was immediately obvious that cross-Straits tourism has opened a steady flood of visitors eager to experience this Taiwan tradition.Taiwan blogger and foodie Camie Tao says the night markets are the best way eigners to learn about Taiwan culture."If a tourist only has a few days in say, Taipei, they can't physically go to all the special local restaurants," says Tao. "But with night markets, they can stroll down the food section and sample a little of everything. Basically, they can eat and taste the local food culture at one spot."Tao, a regular on Taiwan television's food shows, says the success of the night markets owes a lot to their ability to cater to what Taiwan residents want.Tao cites the example of Eslite, one of Taipei's most popular bookstores. 台湾旅游——吃喝玩乐在台北夜市K歌情人 Music and Lyrics 英文剧本 --19 3:: 来源: K歌情人 Music and Lyrics 英文剧本 I never thought That I could be so satisfied Every time that I look in your angel eyes A shock inside me That words just can't describe And there's no explaining Something in the way you move I can't deny Every word from your lips is a lullaby A twist of fate makes life worthwhile You are gold and silver I said I wasn't gonna lose my head - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart I wasn't gonna fall in love again - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart And I just can't let you go I can't lose this feeling These precious moments We have so few Let's go far away Where there's nothing to do but play You've shown to me That my destiny's with you And there's no explaining I said I wasn't gonna lose my head - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart I wasn't gonna fall in love again - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart And I just can't let you go I can't lose this feeling A twist of fate makes life worthwhile You are gold and silver I said I wasn't gonna lose my head - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart I wasn't gonna fall in love again - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart And I just Can't let you go PoP was one of the biggest bands of the '80s... ...but today they're known as Colin Thompson's old group. Colin, or as he's been dubbed by the queen, "Sir Colin"... ...has gone on to sell millions of records, star in blockbuster films... ...and create his own cologne, "A Whiff of Colin." But here's a question: Can you remember the name of the other guy in PoP? Whatever happened to Alex Fletcher? Tonight we find out on Battle of the '80s Has-Beens. We think it's gonna be bigger than American Idol. So, what do you think, Alex? Well, I love it. It's brilliant on so many levels, I don't even know where to start. Good you. Because some of the people we've approached... ...have had a little problem with the term "has-been." Have they? Have they? You see, I don't share that. I am a happy has-been. Really. It's a very clear statement: "I live in the past. Everything good I ever did was long ago. Don't expect anything new or exciting from me now." Really takes the pressure off. Especially on a first date. Good you. So we've aly taped several shows... ...and we're going to start airing them this week. And some of the permers include REO Speedwagon... - Speedwagon. ...Flock of Seagulls... The Flock? Okay. ...Debbie Gibson, Tiffany... - Debbie. - History there. ...and Frankie Goes to Hollywood. So "Relax." Nice one. Good. Okay. Worthy adversaries, all. And how many songs would I actually get to perm? I'd like to do two, you know? A ballad and then maybe a more up-tempo number... ...where I get to shake it a bit. I can't promise any of the acts that they'll be singing. Sorry? Confused. What would we be doing, then? Boxing. That's why the show is called Battle of the '80s Has-Beens. Only the winner gets to sing. Right, right, right. Got you. - Afternoon, Mr. Fletcher. - Hello, willy. Have a good day. Yes, well, enjoyed it so far. - All right. There he is. - Oh, my manager. All right, listen, I had no idea they meant boxing. Nobody said a word to me, I swear. No, it's not a problem. I can definitely take Flock of Seagulls. We did a tour with them in '89 and we beat them severely. They cried like little girls. All right, listen. It's my fault and I hate myself it, but I'm not upset. And do you know why? You've been at my liquor. Because of her. Cora Corman. Biggest star in the world. Bigger than Britney and Christina put together. And guess who she loves. Her country? You. She's a huge PoP fan and she wants to meet you, Alex. Hang on, hang on. Khan, I've missed you. Alex, I have Sophie here you. That sounds like fun. Who is she? She's here to do your plants. But Jane does my plants. She can be in and out in five minutes, and this is really the best time her. It seems she cannot be stopped. Send her up. So start again. Cora Corman... why do you have a plant lady? Why do you even have plants? Because from time to time... ...ladies accompany me back to the apartment... ...and one once mentioned that plants make women comtable. Is that true? Plants make women comtable? Well, maybe if I had plants I'd still be married. Yes, I think that was the problem. Not Susan's affair and raging nymphomania... ...but your lack of vegetation. Hang on. - Hi, I'm Sophie Fisher. - I'm Alex Fletcher. - You didn't get the message from Jane? - No. I haven't listened to my... She was supposed to let you know I'd be doing plants. Very nice. Lovely. Well, come on in. Thank you. I hope you have your own watering can. Jane told me that everyone had their own. But this last guy, Mr. Werther, about 80, he didn't have his own watering can... ...so he starts yelling at me and screaming at me in German: I'm fluent enough to know what he's saying. You haven't been cursed at till you've been cursed at in German. I know what you mean. I dated a fr? Ulein once. Plant stuff is in the kitchen under the sink. And I have my own can. Oh, well, vielen Dank. Hi, I'm Chris Riley, Alex's manager. Oh, Sophie Fisher. Nice to meet you. So kitchen? - Yeah. - Great. So Cora Corman, huh? How great is that? Do you believe it? All right, wait, wait, wait. Is it even a good idea? Pros and cons. Pros: She's a huge star, great publicity, terrific money. Cons? No matter what you do, in 0 years we'll both be dead. Okay. Huge star, great publicity, terrific money versus eventual death. I think we have to think about it. Okay, good, because Cora is shooting a tonight. - She wants to meet both of us right after. - Tonight? - Tonight? - Yes, tonight. You all right? Do you have a Band-Aid and antibiotic cream? No, no. And sadly, I think I've lent out my iron lung. Okay. Well, then I'm gonna go because, you know, this could get infected. And it's not clotting yet, but, I mean, I'm a little hypochondriacal. You just... You can never be too careful. Anyway, I'll come back and finish. So come again. I mean, you live here. I'll come again. I'm gonna go get this looked at. You should really have a first-aid kit. Thank you. Have a good night. I'll see you. Weird. - Don't give her a key. - No. So you said something about tonight. Tonight we meet Cora. I've got to have my Buddha's delight Om shanti, shanti I've got to have my Buddha's delight Om shanti, shanti I want a revelation And sweet salvation And the eternal fire Show me the eternal fire Like sitting meditation You give me elevation Can you take me higher? She seems like a very spiritual kid. Yeah. It's nice to see a young woman exploring religion. I'm not satisfied if I don't get My Buddha's delight And cut. Terrific. - Hey, I'm Ray, Cora's manager. - Chris Riley. - Nice to meet you. - Alex Fletcher. - Great to meet you. - Hi, Ray...? Just Ray. Cora's this way, come on. Follow me. C, this is Alex Fletcher and his manager, Chris Riley. - We loved the . It was unbelievable. - Yeah. You know, I wish I brought my daughter. She worships you. I'm divorced. But that's another story. Mr. Fletcher, it's a pleasure. Your song "Dance with Me Tonight" got me through my parents' divorce when I was 7. Really? Wow. Yeah, because I recorded that when I was 9, so... Yeah. I want my fans to know the same spiritual uplift that your music gave me. That would be lovely. I have a few tunes it would be nice to update. Oh, I don't live in the past, Mr. Fletcher. It was so long ago. I want you to write a new song. - Okay. - You see... ...I recently broke up with my boyfriend. We had been together almost two months. It was a terrible experience. But then I a book by Guru Mathashavi called A Way Back Into Love. And that will be the title of our new song. And in two weeks when I open my tour at Madison Square Garden... ...we'll perm it together. Okay. Here's the snag... we also wanna put the song on her new CD... ...which is pretty much finished, so we need it by Friday. - This Friday? - Yeah, but don't feel any pressure. We've got seven other retro artists working on "way Back Into Love"... ...so if you blow it, we're covered. Mr. Fletcher, don't look at this as a competition. If it's meant to be, it will be. It's destiny. Yes. Or not. Okay. I can't possibly write a song by Friday. What could she be thinking of? All right. Look, look, can I be honest with you? You're my manager. I would have to fire you. We need this. Let's not be desperate. We have the state fairs, Knott's Berry Farm. They've canceled. Knott's Berry canceled? Look. We're still on the Indiana State Fair, okay? But Texas and Arkansas dropped us. - The Apple Picking? - The Apple Picking Festival is a go... ...but Great Adventure only wants three nights instead of . All right? My God. I had no idea. Why didn't you tell me these things? Why...? I'm telling... I'm telling you now. Alex, it's been years since PoP. There's new old acts coming up all the time. Tears Fears is going on tour. There's talk of a Spice Girl reunion . - That's not my audience. - Ricky Martin. I'm dead. I'm dead. I'm dead. I'm finished. I'm finished. - No, you're not dead. - I'm gonna wind up doing bar mitzvahs. No, you're not. Thirteen-year-old kids have no idea who you are. Well, that's good to know. What about you? You might actually have to take on another client. Look, don't worry about me. What we gotta concentrate on is refreshing your image. Then we'll get Knott's Berry and Great Adventure. Who knows? - We might even get Disneyland. - Don't tease me. I'm very vulnerable. Tell you something, Alex. You do a song Cora... ...and there is a spot you in the Magic Kingdom, baby. Writing a song. I thought I was done with that whole nightmare. Just one song. That's all we need. One song. But it's so... ...time-consuming, you know? And I haven't written years. And I need a lyricist. And it's never worked with anyone except Colin. Look, I know it's not easy to get somebody good this fast... ...but there is this guy. Supposedly he's very hip, very edgy. He just worked with Avril. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I'm just a bit blocked here. If you don't like the lyrics, be straight with me. No, no, no, no. The lyrics are very, very powerful. Maybe you want something more commercial? More PoP-y? Just hold that thinly veiled insult one second. - Hello. - Hey. - Khan said I could just come up? - They were able to save the whole hand. I know. I made too big a deal out of it. It's just that I hate infections. But then again, who likes them? - Maybe the people who make penicillin. - There's two sides to every story. True. Except the Nazis. I can't really see the other side of that argument. Excuse me? I'm sorry. I didn't even see you there. Hi. I'm Sophie Fisher. Yeah, Sophie, this is Greg Antonsky. He's a noted lyricist. Really? Well, I don't wanna get in your way. And I can see that I aly have. So I'm off to the kitchen. Don't tell me. She's kind of hot. Good. Yeah. I'm glad you enjoyed her. She's coming back in here, right? I would imagine so. Unless she goes directly back to the mother ship. How about: Give it up, I'm a bad hot witch I look real good, but I'm a nasty bitch I can scream and claw And curdle your blood But you'll die on your way back into love No. Start on a minor third. Try that. Right. So: Give it up, I'm a bad hot witch I look real good, but I'm a nasty... Come on. You're missing the point. From the first line. "Give it up, I'm a bad hot witch" is okay. But then it should be... But with some magic, I just might switch Sorry. What did you say? I don't remember. I think it was, "But with some magic, I just might switch." - That is actually quite intriguing. - That's not my lyric. No, I know, but it's a lovely phrase. Look, if you can't handle anything except moon and June... ...why don't we just let plant girl finish the lyrics? Plant girl. Give it up, I'm a bad hot witch But with some magic, I just might switch - Finish it. - I'm just here to cater to the plants. And you are doing a fine job, if I may say so. Although that one is plastic. This is a waste of time. Let's fly my broom to the stars above And we'll charm our way back into love what's the next line, "Feelings, nothing more than feelings"? You people disgust me. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have gotten involved. I have no filtering system. No. That's fine, that's fine. He had to get back to his job at Hallmark anyway. Listen, have you ever done any writing? I mean, everybody's done some writing, you know? Well, not everybody. Illiteracy is a growing epidemic in this country. I write slogans weight-Not... ...this weight reduction company that my sister runs. Did you ever hear of the band PoP? Yeah, of course, everybody has. My sister Rhonda loved them. They had that ridiculous hair and those ridiculous outfits and... Oh, my God, you're one of them. That hair was very much in style then. - I'm very sorry. - Yeah, that's fine. But I would love to talk to you about maybe writing some lyrics. But I don't write lyrics. Well, we could just kick some ideas around, repot the ficus. I don't think so. I appreciate the offer, though. I have to go babysit my sister now. I mean, her kids. She's 38 now, so... Thank you. Okay, listen. Do you know who Cora Corman is? Oh, yeah. My niece loves her. Okay, well, I'm writing a song her, so if you change your mind... ...and the idea of working with me is of any interest at all, please just call, okay? Or if you just fancy a good laugh, I am perming at the Hilton tonight. Well, thank you. I mean, but I can't, you know. I'm sorry. "I just can't," she says mysteriously. But I just can't. - I'm sorry. Thank you the offer. - Yes. Oh, my God. Go to the next level, weirdo. You have to go to the next level. It's your parents. Go get into bed. Get into bed. This is not a drill. - But we haven't even brushed our teeth. - Get in there. Get in there. Get into bed. - Hey. - Hi. - How was the movie? - I enjoyed it. - He fell asleep. - I enjoy sleeping. - How was dinner? - Really nice place. It's really hard to enjoy dinner when you run a weight-loss center. - Lf I get fat, there goes my fiscal year. - Honey, you're not fat. You're not about to open a branch in Boca. But thank you, sweetie. - How'd everything go here? - Oh, yeah. Good. Great. The kids ate and went to sleep. Yeah, it... They're really bad children. Okay, okay. Everybody goes to bed. I'm sending your father in there. Whoa, we're so scared. And then I'm coming in. I'll just go check to make sure they're still breathing. Hey, wanna do some stress eating? Just a piece of diet cheesecake. This thing happened to me today... I don't know. I'm just gonna go home. You seem so jumpy tonight. You know, I feel a little guilty about something. How unusual you. Okay, listen. I have to tell you. I met that guy from that band you used to like. Alex Fletcher from PoP? Oh, my God. Anyway, I do Jane's plant service. I'm taking over her while she's gone. And anyway, she does his apartment, so I was there. Actually, it was the second time. And he invited me to come see him perm tonight. Gary, I'm going out! Oh, my God. I love him. I love him. I love him. I love him. - That really wasn't the end of the story. - Come on. Help me dress. Should I wear the red one? I saw you across the dance floor Out of the corner of my eye I felt a connection I don't know how, I don't know why I shouldn't have stayed When I saw you there With another man But as we slipped away I thought I heard you say: "This wasn't part of the plan" Just a meaningless kiss It wasn't supposed to end up like this Just a meaningless kiss Just a meaningless kiss We knew it was wrong But we couldn't resist Just a meaningless kiss 'Till I fell in love with you Girls, tell me the truth. Are these pants too tight? Oh, my God, I gotta get up there. And here we are two years later Too late to turn back now We've gotta finish What we shouldn't have started We gotta walk away somehow But it's easier said than done When two hearts beat as one And three hearts are one too many That's why we shouldn't have ever begun Just a meaningless kiss We knew it was wrong But we couldn't resist Just a meaningless kiss 'Till I fell in love with you We can't go on like this ever When we're not meant to be together So leave me here on my own From now on I guess I've gotta dance alone It wasn't supposed to end up like this - Alex! - Alex! - Hello, girls. - Alex, I'm Barbara. In Boston, in 1989, I came back to your hotel... If you wanna see Alex again, check his website the tour schedule. And the Knott's Berry Farm show is temporarily postponed, okay? Great show, huh? They love you. They're hot you. Of course, they're also hot because so many are going through menopause. Wait a minute. Barbara from Boston. From Boston. I do remember that Barbara. I do. I'm going back one second. No. That's how we wind up getting chased by angry husbands. - Not necessarily. She... - Hi. Well, hi. Hello. Hello, hello. Very good news. Yes. Chris, you remember Sophie? Planted in my memory. I just wanted to apologize being so cryptic earlier. - This is my sister, Rhonda. - Hi. I'm sorry. I've... You were so great tonight. We've met, haven't we? Right? We were practically a duet there. I know. Anyway, could I get a quick autograph? You may, Rhonda. - Could I get a picture too? - Only if you're single. I've been married years, but nothing's written in stone. Could you scootch? Thanks. Also, I really wanted to thank you your offer. - What offer? - While Greg, the rhyming psychopath... Thanks again him. - Was in my apartment, Sophie spouted some really interesting lyrics. I thought she was doing plants. I'm holding a pose here. - I appreciate it... - I need a song by Friday... ...and it is amazingly difficult to find a sane lyricist. Why don't you just write the lyrics yourself? - That's really not a strength of his. - That's absolutely right. I once rhymed "you and me" with "autopsy." Well, that's not necessarily bad. You could do something with that. You know? Figuring out you and me Is like doing a love autopsy - You see, you see. That's quite good. - That's not bad. - Go on. More. How does it go? - I have no idea. Someone could have sculpted us in this time. You know what? Let me take it. They could operate all day long And never figure out what went wrong My God, you are... You are Cole Porter in panties. Of course, having said that, Cole Porter probably did wear panties. Anyway, thank you inviting us. Okay, I'm just gonna take a real quick one. Let me take it. Let me take it, Sophie. - Thank you so much. That was great. - Hang on. Nice to meet you guys. Bye-bye. So this is where Sophie works, eh? Yeah. She is gonna be right out. Excellent. Excellent. Thank you very much. So how much do you weigh? I fluctuate. Yeah. Okay, look, I am terribly sorry to barge in like this... ...but I have decided I cannot take no an answer. - I told you that... - You're not a writer. Except when you are writing poems and short stories... ...in the New School literary magazine. I Googled you. And you were good. Look, I'm flattered. I mean, you're one of six people in the world who's actually those... ...but that doesn't mean I can write a song. You aly did. Five minutes, that's all I ask. Please, step in. You'll enjoy this. This is a treat. Mr. Fletcher. Nice to see you. - Very nice to see you, Mia, how are you? - Wonderful. I just want to get... Can I try the new Mason Hamlin? - Sure, absolutely. Be my guest. - Thank you very much. Thanks. Please. This is... It's just a little something that you might possibly recognize. Figuring out you and me Is like doing a love autopsy They could operate all day long And never figure out what went wrong Love autopsy Love autopsy What went wrong? God. That melody is so beautiful. But I've never written a song. A song. I know, I know. And if I'm wrong, I'm wrong. I just don't think I am. I think you may be a born lyricist. We don't have very long, but what I'd like to do, in an ideal world... ...is continue the "Autopsy" song. But I think it's gonna be very hard to get back from there... ...into "way Back Into Love," which is the title that Cora demands. What we could do is continue with Greg "the Angel of Death's" version. That's plagiarism. Yes. Yes, yes. Good. Excellent. I would never in a million years use someone else's work. I'm very glad you agree. So, what we need, we need something brand-new. - So let's see. A song Cora. - Yes. - Has to be called "A way Back Into Love." - Correct. And it has to be something Cora would sing about. Good. And it has to be something you would sing about. Good, yeah. - What would you sing about? - Whatever gets me the job, really. Oh, that's inspiring. Okay. Two people searching love, salvation. Good, good, I love that. Love lost, love found. Love lost again. Yes, this is starting to sound a little bit like luggage, but good. Thanks. That's really helpful. It doesn't have to be perfect. Just spit it out. - They're just lyrics. - "Just lyrics"? Lyrics are important. They're just not as important as melody. I really don't think you get it. Oh, you look angry. Click your pen. A melody is like seeing someone the first time. The physical attraction. Sex. I so get that. But then, as you get to know the person, that's the lyrics. Their story. Who they are underneath. It's the combination of the two that makes it magic. Let's go a walk. - A walk? What, now? - Yeah. Out on the streets you see things and, you know, hear things and eat things. It all sort of unlocks your mind. This is good. This is good. When you hit a wall, you gotta change the subject. So why did PoP break up? I mean, Rhonda told me that you guys were friends growing up? We were, yes, and then Colin met a new manager... ...who convinced him he was the star of the band. Shortly after, he left, taking the last three songs we'd written together... ...and putting them on his solo album which went on to sell eight million records. But how did you deal with that? Oh, with drugs, alcohol... ...and ultimately, my own solo album. Cool. This copy has been in the racks six years. - Come on. - No, no. I check every week. You see, I made a little mark, there on the back. See? It sold only 50,000 copies, most of those to my mother. Rolling Stone called it "a crass, contrived eft... ...not even good enough a dentist chair." Well, I'm sure there were other reviews. There were, there were. But none as good as that one. And they were right, by the way. Yeah. To cut a long story short, I gave up trying to write... ...lost an incredible amount of money and then my apartment. Chris stuck by me, booked me an '80s reunion night on Long Island. And suddenly, they liked me again. It was weird. It was like I'd never been away. The audience was a tad older, as was I... ...but we were very, very profoundly happy to see each other again. And it went on from there. Cruises. Reunion s. Knott's Berry Farm, which I'm sure you're familiar with. Busch Gardens, that's one of my big fixtures of the year. What else can I tell you? I really appreciate you opening up to me like this. I know what it's like to live with a shadow overhead. What? Shadow. I've been living with a shadow overhead Now, that's a nice melody, isn't it? - It's good. - Thank you. Thank you. Mind you, what do you know? You don't even like melody. I never said that. You prefer the lyrics. I don't trust you. Your turn, what's next? I think that we should get some breakfast. Please, come on, we're finally on a roll here. Listen again. I've been living with a shadow overhead There'll be no more rhymes until I'm fed Please, seriously, seriously. I've been living with a shadow overhead I could be inspired With just a piece of b - I have the perfect place. - Wait a minute. It's just on the next corner. - Keep moving and keep writing. - All right. I've been looking someone to shed some light - That's good. That's good. - Yeah? Shadows and light. You're deep. Okay, we need two more lines of Cora verse. What's next? Soph? Sophie? What are you doing? Nothing. I thought I saw someone, but it wasn't him. So it's fine. - Oh, there he is. - What? A very nice picture, though. That's funny. Interestingly enough, I mean... well, it is a bookstore. - So, you know, that does happen. - What? Gosh, where were we? Okay. Shadow overhead Okay, can I just say, with all due respect, that you are clearly... what is the word? - Insane at this moment. And because, according to Chris, we have less than 36 hours... ...bee Cora goes to do Leno, at which point my career is over... ...it would be infinitely better me if you were sane. So how can I help? Do you know this book? Sally Michaels? Yes, yes. Big bestseller. Yes. - Have you it? - No, of course not. Last book I was The Alex Fletcher Story by the editors of Teen Dream Magazine. Why? I'm Sally Michaels. I saw that they were giving these courses on writing at the New School... ...so I signed up. And my teacher was Sloan Cates. Brilliant, handsome. The truth is, I was in love with him. And we began spending every minute together. Which is why I was sort of surprised when his fiancée showed up. Yeah, he never mentioned that he was engaged to a history professor... ...who was on a year-long sabbatical in Spain. And when she popped in an unexpected visit... ...it sort of turned into a reenactment of the Inquisition. And that... And that was that? That was the end of that? Yeah. We never saw each other again. I dropped the class and a year later, his new novel showed up. The Sally what's-it novel. "The tale of a student with exalted literary aspirations... ...who lures a brilliant writer into an affair so she can take advantage of his connections. But when he tries to break it off, she devotes herself to ruining his life." Well, I mean, that obviously wasn't you. Well, she's a lit major from Long Island, 5'", my color hair, all my habits. You know, talks to herself and asks too many questions. Her parents founded a weight reduction company... ...that now her sister runs. Well, anyway, I... Since then, every time I pick up a pen... ...l'm haunted by those words that he wrote, you know? "She was a brilliant mimic." You know. "She could ape Dorothy Parker or Emily Dickinson... ...but stripped of someone else's literary clothes... ...she was a vacant, empty imitation of a writer." First of all, you can't listen to some jerk. He's not a jerk. He's a National Book Award winner. Well, then, get the best revenge, write a hit song. Honestly, I don't think a pop song is gonna impress Sloan Cates. Oh, no, of course not. Pop is just morons. got that. - I didn't mean anything by it. - Brain-dead, or taken too many drugs. You know what I'd say to you and Sloan Cates? You can take all the novels in the world... ...and not one of them will make you feel as good as fast as: That is real poetry. Those are real poets. Smokey Robinson, Stevie wonder, Bob Dylan, the Beatles. Okay. What if one of your heroes came up to you and said... You know, Smokey, what if he said: "Alex Fletcher, you are a horrible songwriter"? How would you react? I know Smokey a little bit. He's too nice a gentleman ever to say such a thing. Dylan might. Dylan would, actually. In fact, Dylan did. Okay, Dylan walks up to you and he says, "You are a horrible songwriter." - How do you react? - I would be horribly depressed. Yes. I would. I would. But then, after, you know, months of brooding... ...I would find a lyricist... ...and write a song about how horribly depressed I was. And it would be a big hit, everyone would love me, and I'd make lots of money. Suddenly I'd be less depressed than if I just sat around... ...being a little bit self-indulgent, letting my misery eat away at me... ...until I'd become an emotional wreck and creatively completely moribund. Yes, moribund. - Okay, let's go. Come on. - All right. I've been living with a shadow overhead I've been sleeping With a clown above my bed - "Clown" is not right. What is that word? - It's "cloud." - Write more clearly. How can l...? - Why would you have a clown in your bed? - It would not be the first time. - Yeah, I'm not surprised. - Write in capital letters. - Why don't you write it? I'm sorry, Khan. We're gonna come back in one second. You dictate, I'll write. And I will write like a human... ...and not like a small Pekingese dog. What are you doing, you madwoman? You're destroying my apartment. I can't write from across the room. Well, you're not writing here. Get back to your corner. I can't have you here. - I'll be blocked. I'll be completely stuck. - So go out the other side. I've never been the other side. Push, push. Push, push. Good. Better. You're still a fraction close. Just... Just back off, just one... Just... Just... There, fine, good. Okay. And I don't think those chords are right. It has to sound different than the verse. What kind of different did you have in mind? I don't know. Something sadder, you know? And I still don't like my line about "places in my mind." - It's fine. - Fine isn't good. We only have time fine. I tell you what. We'll change "places in my mind"... ...if I can keep the chord sequence into the bridge. This isn't a negotiation. It's either right or wrong, inspired or insipid. It's in the morning. We're not writing the last movement of the "Jupiter Symphony." It's a song someone who's last hit was "welcome to Bootytown." Please, get back to work. I still don't like it. And it's "Entering Bootytown." And another thing, the whole top section... I mean, it's so close. We're just not there yet. We just... we have to focus and stay, you know... ...completely understanding of what we're trying to say. Okay, you may now start killing the next one. All I wanna do Is find a way back into love I can't make it through Without a way back into love You know, I'm tone-deaf. Hey, what do you think of this? Just keep writing. Cora is leaving in an hour. Listen, I was thinking that "corners" was such a better word than "spaces." "in the mind." "The corners of my mind," rather than "the spaces." It just seems to have a better boundary to it, you know? Should I speak to you about this later? Okay. It sounds so good. I can't believe it. And now... ...vocals. No, you see, you have to sing into the microphone. It won't follow you. - But I can't. - It's a duet a man and a woman. We are as close as we've got. Your headphones and a level. You look nice. You should wear them all the time. How is that? - Yes? - Okay! It's okay. And... ..."way Back Into Love." Take one. Oh, God. I'm getting really nervous. You'll be fine. Just use your normal nice voice... ...that I've heard so much of in the last three days. It's like my throat's closing up. It's like anaphylactic. It's fine. It's just a three-minute song. I've been living with a shadow overhead I've been sleeping with a... Just a little bit louder. This song is intended humans. "Way Back Into Love." Take two. I've been living with a shadow overhead I've been sleeping With a cloud above my bed I've been lonely so long Trapped in the past I just can't seem to move on I've been hiding all my hopes And dreams away Just in case I ever need 'em Again someday I've been setting aside time To clear a little space In the corners of my mind All I wanna do Is find a way back into love I can't make it through Without a way back into love Hey, hey! Taxi! She's gonna have a baby! Hey, what if that were true? Another one. - Oh, my God. It's Cora. - Okay, stay calm. - C, you remember Alex Fletcher. - How are you, C? - Hi, Alex. - Sophie Fisher, my lyricist. Hi. Aspiring lyricist, actually. So Ray tells me you have a song. We do. A little ditty. It's just a rough... Yeah, go ahead, take it. Help yourself. Oh, we're gonna do it now? Great, great. No time like the present. Very rough. Just put together in my little studio. Both of us singing. She's gonna hear my voice, it's gonna ruin it. It's gonna be fine. Anyone see Battle of the '80s Has-Beens the other night? That Debbie Gibson, she can take a punch. I didn't see it. This is the song I've been looking . I can't wait to work on it. Congratulations, guys. We gotta book. Thank you so much. Looking ward to working with you guys. Congratulations. - D Money! - Let's go home. This way, folks. It's unbelievable. We got the job. I thank you. Thank you. I thank you, I thank you... Yes? Chris, she loved it. Unbelievable! Definitely. Where are you? Okay, got it. Got it. We're going to dinner. Come on. To Sophie Fisher, the woman who paved my way back to Knott's Berry Farm. Gloria, I love your dress. Oh, thank you. It's nice to clean up after a day of work. Where do you work? I'm a therapist at Columbia-Presbyterian. I'm working on a study examining the relationship... Oh, my God. That's a strike against us, right? I mean... what is it? What? - Sloan. - Sloan? Mr. Cates, good evening. How are you? Nice to see you. I'd say about two minutes. - Hi, how you doing? - Here it comes. Here's the thing... Is she all right? Yeah, she always does this. It's her way of working up an appetite. Hang on. Hello? Sophie? He's at the bar. I know. I know. I know. I saw him. I saw him. He's not that great, you know. I saw the beginnings of a bald patch. - Why, come and have a look. - Oh, he has a great head of hair. Oh, God. I think I'll just stay in here until he leaves. Maybe you could send in a salad and an iced tea? Right. I'll get the waiter. Would you like the dessert cart as well? Look, this is ridiculous. I've been dreaming about confronting him too. I had a speech prepared over a year. Would you like to hear it? Very, very much. Hello there. Good evening. Sloan, even though Sally Michaels only lives on paper... ...I live in the world. And I can never give you using me as raw material... ...to create a fictional monster. Sally Michaels is my own personal ghost... ...a shadow hanging over each phone call and cup of iced tea. And one cold day, when age has robbed your mind of its fertile phrases... ...and your hand of its dexterity, all the success won't be able to shield you... ...from the pain you've caused and the shame you deserve. Or something like that. But now I know I could never actually say it to him. No. You have to say that. You have to say that. You have to say it now. Now is the perfect time. You're on top of the world. You wrote a song the biggest act in the universe. - But I can't. - Yeah, you can. People wait to see an ex-lover when things are going well. It never happens. You can make relationship history here. But I can't. I mean, look at me. I haven't showered in days. I'm covered in songwriting grime. The helicopter flew bugs in my teeth. Yes, yes, yes. You are a little mangy. Wait. Wait. Stay. Sorry, Gloria. Can I ask you a great favor? Could you accompany me to the ladies' room? He's a good guy. Go ahead. - Thank you. Thanks. - Sure. Be right back. - That's fantastic. - You look great. Eleven years of therapy and I finally help someone. Good luck, honey. Thank you so much. Yes, thank you. Thank you, doctor. It doesn't really fit. - No, on the contrary. It fits you perfectly. - Really? I'm not saying you should go to confession like that... ...but what you're about to do, it's perfect. Okay. Are you y? I think I'm developing a sudden coronary blockage. Those pass very quickly, okay? Shortness of breath. Blurred vision. - You're fine. - Scurvy? You're beautiful. No, it's fine. "I don't write bestsellers because I despise humanity." And I said, "No, John, you don't write bestsellers because the feeling is mutual." Should I have stopped? Should I have stopped right there? Was it over? Hi. Sophie. My God, Sophie. How are you? I'm fine, yeah. Good, it's great to see you. - Alex Fletcher. Hi, how are you? - Hey, Alex. Sloan Cates. How are you? Well, it's been an eternity. You look incredible. Then you were always mysteriously seductive, weren't you? She is writing a song Cora Corman. What? No. Wait. You're a songwriter? L... I wrote... Brilliant lyrics. Fantastic lyrics. A lot of people are talking about them, actually. I had a pen, a paper and wrote... Sloan, the thing is, even though Sally Michaels only lives on paper... ...Sophie lives in the real world. She can never give you... - Mr. Cates, your table's y. - Great, thanks, Stefan. Listen, I'll be right there, guys. I'm sorry. They're throwing this little dinner thing me. It's crazy how lavish people get no matter how cheap they are... ...when Hollywood comes calling. - Hollywood. I've sold out. They're making a film out of Sally Michaels. - Really? - Yeah. It's been crazy. I wrote the script. We're seeing actresses. It's been... You know. But listen, it's great seeing you. Let's get together, okay? Take care of yourself. Take care, Allen. Well... ...must feel good to get that over with. I just wanna go home. Okay. Okay. Okay. Hang on. Just hang on one second. One second. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry to bother you. It would mean the world if you'd just let her say what she came to say. I know what she came here to say, okay? Some sad little story about how I ruined her life... ...while the truth is... ...that she seduced me so that I'd help get her published, okay? Come on. You were engaged and you never even told her. I'd say we're done talking. Bye-bye. Let's go. Let's go. Let's go. Wait. Do me a favor. Why don't you just shove off? I appreciate your request, but why don't you just shove off? - Take it easy, my friend. - I don't believe I will take it easy. All right. All right! Don't hurt his hair. He's working Adventureland this weekend. I'm giving up. My face is in the butter. Thank you. - Are you okay? - Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. It's just my PoP hip. It comes from years of doing our patented dance move. My God, I've suffered my art. No, the thing that really hurts is my upper gum. I think I may have impaled myself on a dinner roll. Good thing they didn't have bsticks. I could've lost an eye. Well, you should get some ice on that. Only if it's attached to some whiskey. Oh, God. I can't believe you convinced me to do that. Now I'm more of a joke to him than ever. And to top it off... ...l'll have my own personal nightmare playing on 3000 screens. And you know what the worst part is? You stole some poor woman's dress? The worst part is that he still has some kind of power over me. I still care what he thinks. I'm sorry, but how? How can that possibly be? The guy is a jerk. Well, that's easy you to say, but... No. He is a jerk. He is a jerk. It's not a question. He is a jerk. No, he is, he's a jerk. He's a jerk. Okay, here's what I think. I think that the truth is that you are terrified of losing Sally Michaels... ...because you'd have nothing to hide behind and you'd have to stand on your own feet. Wow. I didn't see that coming. No. Well... ...I have amazing insight. I would use it on myself, only I don't have any problems. And I will tell you my other insight. I think you are way too talented and gifted... ...and unusual to let anyone keep you from standing. That's wonderfully sensitive, Alex. Especially from a man who wears such tight pants. It ces all the blood to my heart. Listen. You were amazing tonight. As were you. The few syllables you got out were absolutely devastating. Does this feel any better? It would if it was on the right side. And that... ...felt much better. - Hello? Hello? - Hey, buddy. How's my hit songwriter? Hang on. Just... Just hang on. You don't sound right. Maybe it's the connect... Hello? I have a strange situation here. Oh, you've got a strange situation? I'm at Beth's soccer game with my ex-wife who's here with my ex-gardener. They came on a riding mower. I slept with Sophie. You slept with Sophie? Remember your blood pressure. You're a tall man. You need all you can get. Are you out of your mind? Alex, this is terrible. Unless, of course, you're happy about it, and then I couldn't be more pleased you. - Should we do pros and cons? - Not necessary. - I think she's up. I gotta go. - We got a show today. Two o'clock. I'm gonna pick you up in a little while. I want you to wear the white shirt with the fan-friendly pants. Too much. Too much. Hanging up on you. Hanging up. Good morning. - Hi. - That was Chris just checking in. So I'm gonna help clean up a little bit... ...seeing as we don't have any work today. Right. Fine. Thank you. Very nice of you. I would obviously invite you to stay, it's just that I have a show today. - Oh, really? - Oh, yes. A big one. I'm headlining at Adventureland Amusement Park: Long Island's family fun center. Biggest outdoor amusement center east of Rye Playland. - You have my permission to be impressed. - Sounds great. - Okay. - Yeah. - So. - So. I mean, you... You could come. I said I wasn't gonna lose my head - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart I wasn't gonna fall in love again - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart And I just can't let you go I can't lose this feeling Okay. Let's hear everyone clapping. Hey, come on. These guys over here on line at the Little Dipper, let's hear you clapping. Don't... Don't if you don't want to. A twist of fate makes life worthwhile You are gold and silver I said I wasn't gonna lose my head - But then pop goes my heart - Pop goes my heart And I just can't let you go Thank you very much. Thank you, Adventureland. Thank you. Thank you. That was great. That was great. - Yeah? - Yeah. Good show. All right, you gotta do the encore. - Do I really have to? - It's in the contract. Wanna do "Meaningless Kiss" or "Dance with Me Tonight"? This is embarrassing. They don't want it. No, it's not. These songs, they're fantastic. I mean, I've never heard most of them bee... ...but they're full of wonderful melodic surprises and they're catchy... ...and they're making people happy and they're just good. So you should be incredibly proud to sing them. You're not just saying that because you've been on the wave ride? They're good, really good. Okay, then. "Dance with Me Tonight," please. It's not often one man gets to say that to another with such joy. Thank you. Okay. PoP face. Thank you. It's been so long Since I've known right from wrong Got no job Sometimes I just sit down and sob Wondering if anything will go right Or will you dance with me tonight When the sun departs I feel a hole down in my heart Put on some shoes Come down here and listen to the blues Wondering if anything will go right Or will you dance with me tonight I'm looking at you You're looking at me We're the only two off the dance floor Do you see what I see? Two broken lives Working in harmony Might make a decent time So get up and dance with me It was a great show. You should be very pleased. How much money did we make? I don't talk business in front of a non-client. You know that. Actually, I'm thinking about signing with you. Well, well, thank you, Sophie. That's... That's terrific. In that case, I don't think it's right to talk about one client's business affairs... ...in front of another client. I'm discreet that way. You don't know how much money we made, do you? I have a ballpark figure. Is it enough a nice dinner? Dinner. I'm supposed to go to Rhonda's dinner. I'm late. Oh, God, help. You know, she wouldn't yell at me if you came. Oh, very well. I can't go. I'm losing my mind. You've got me frazzled. - Oh, there you go. You're gonna love these. - Thank you. That's plenty. Honestly. Trust me, you're gonna want even more than that. Say when. When, when, when. Thank you. Thank you. That's plenty. Thank you. - One more. Trust me. - No. Listen, now, I don't wanna be presumptuous: : : ...but I'm about to open a new weight-Not in Boca... ...and I was wondering if maybe you'd like to perm. Sounds wonderful. I permed at a fat farm once. They loved me. I threw out treats from the stage. They went crazy. It was like a dietetic Altamont. That's funny. - Honey, no cell phones at the table. - Could be Jessie about the meeting. If we break the rules, what'll the kids think? Don't. Sorry, Alex. Very rude. Weirdo, is there a way we could go to the Cora show? - That would be so cool. - We could work that out. I believe we can. I believe we've become close friends. Don't bug him with stuff like that. Sorry, sorry, sorry. Apologies. I know the rules. Turn it off. Oh, no, honey. You go right ahead. You're a guest. You sure? You want me to call Jessie back while I'm...? I'll be very quick. Chris, yes? Say that again. Cora's people what? What? Is it about the song? Really? - What does he say? - It's Sophie. Really? Okay. Okay, got it. Cora is back in town tomorrow... ...and wants to meet us at her studio to work on the song. And she wants to know if we like wheatgrass. - Sounds ominous. - Are you worried? - Well, I don't... You know, yeah. - Lf you're not worried, I'm not worried. You've got your worried eyes. You look like a little worried doggy. Sophie, bring those dishes in here, hon. Okay, honey. You lead, I'll follow. - There you go. There you go. - What? Nothing. Just looking. What? What? What, what, what? - Well, look. As your older sister... - Seven years older. Now, that's just uncalled . Why do you do that? It just... It hurts, you know? Look. I like Alex, you know. I mean, he's Alex Fletcher. So hot. And he ate my mashed potatoes. Yes. It was a magical evening. But look, hon, you don't fall a lot. And I've seen the way you look at him, so if you are falling him... ...just please, please make sure he's passionate about you. Well, you know, I mean, I'm not falling. We're just working together, you know? And besides, the one time we slept together, it's been totally professional. - You did not. - I did. You slept with Alex Fletcher? Oh, my God. Don't worry about it, all right? Besides, you know, how do you know who's passionate? You know, I think you... I think you just see it in their eyes. And you feel it in their touch. In Gary's case, it was when he said to his mother, "I'm marrying her anyway." God, I hate her. I don't know. I think it's just when they do something extraordinary. Soph, just be careful, okay? Okay. And bigger. And bigger. And bigger. With claps, and: Ready to spin. And: Well, that was fun. It was, it was, it was. Except those potatoes. What I imagine eating insulation would taste like. So Cora tomorrow? Yes, tomorrow, :00, her studio, 19th Street. - Should I meet you there? - That would be fine. Although I was gonna take a cab. And seeing as I live further uptown than you... ...I could, theoretically, pick you up. You could if I was on the street at, say, like, 9:0. I would probably see you, depending how brightly you were dressed. I'd wear orange so you couldn't miss me. You could get some road work done while you wait. Well, goodbye and thank you. Thank you very much this. I enjoyed it. - And thank you your support today. - Thank you. Today was great. - It was. - Okay. Bye. Goodbye. - Goodbye. - Goodbye. I want you to hear the new intro to "way Back Into Love." So imagine this: Instead of just starting the song with the piano... ...we get this heavy Indian thing going, very rhythmic. Derek, give me a beat: Steamy and sticky. Way back into love She's been living With a shadow overhead She's been sleeping With a cloud above her bed Go Cora, go Cora Cora Corman and Alex Fletcher Got a new song that's gonna getcha Way back into love Way back into love Way back into love You know, I think that I will get some wheatgrass after all. - You don't like it? - No. No, no, no, it's not that. She had her eye on that wheatgrass since we came in. What you're doing, that thing there, is great. It's steamy and it's sticky, you know. Which is... One is normally enough, but the combo's just amazing. C, time the press shoot. I really like what we came up with. Oh, and add another verse. It doesn't feel like the song ends yet. Another verse? Right. That would be an honor, C. I'm having a little pre-recording session party at my place. I want you both to come. Great. I think though, that... That there... But wait... Cheers. Thanks a lot, Ray. Thanks, Derek. Nice one. Don't speak. Don't say anything. You didn't actually like that orgasm set to the Gandhi soundtrack, did you? Well, I thought it was, you know, horrible. I mean, it simultaneously destroyed two musical cultures in under a minute. We have to tell her. No, no. I don't think we do. Honestly, if she wants to dance, let her dance. I don't understand. Wait. I'm sorry. I don't understand. Your heroes, the Beatles, Smokey, they would never let this happen. That's a completely different thing. They were geniuses. They wrote dinner. I write dessert. No. You're better than dessert. That's why I'm gonna tell her what I think at the party. - You are not gonna do that. - Yes, I am. - No, you are not. - Yes, I am. In that case, you are no longer invited. What? She invited me. She invited us, as a team. Now that we disagree, we no longer present a ed front... ...and are thus un-teamed the purposes of the invitation. So are you going? - I might. I don't wanna be rude. - I don't wanna be rude either. You don't think that telling the hostess... ...that she's destroyed two musical cultures is rude? I'm enrolling you in charm school. I have to say what I think. I can't work this way. You can't work this way? You've been a songwriter six days. God created the universe in six days. And he never had a hit. Okay, he did. He had "He's Got the whole world in..." I'm going to the party. You are not going to the party. You, young lady, are grounded. You're grounded. Come back here. - Please. I'm a little bit desperate. Please. - I'll see you there. You won't. You won't because you're not invited. They won't let you in. - Hey, Ray. - Alex, my man. - How are you? - I'm good, man. How you doing? So is Sophie here? You know what? I haven't seen her. Yeah. - Chris? - Who? - You know, my manager. - I'm sorry. Have fun. - Yeah. - Hey, Michelle. Good to see you, babe. Hey, how's it going? Hey, Ray, what's up, man? How's it going? Hey. - Where's Sophie? - Hang on. Hang on. God, she's here. Please don't let her through. Don't let her through. We cannot let her talk to Cora. She's gonna ruin everything. - Who? - Sophie. She hates the song. - She hates the song you wrote? - Yes. She hates it. But she wrote the song. Why does she hate it? We had a little disagreement. Hi there, Soph, how are you? - Hey, Sophie. - Good evening. So you brought something, did you, Sophie? Yes. My mother told me, "Never go to a party empty-handed"... ...so I went to the Zen Eatery and got a selection of cookies. No, thank you. Nirvana Nougat. Hey. It's my favorite writers. Hi, C. How are you? We brought you some cookies, from all of us. Thank you. Derek. Cora, I really wanted to talk to you... About the fact that we're gonna have to leave early... ...to finish this song which has become important to us... ...in both an artistic and spiritual sense. You can't leave yet. Come see the house. I wanna show you the roof. It's upstairs. Do you know...? Well... Cora, I definitely see how much you've thought about the song and... Great roof. In a very interesting place as well, right at the top... - Sophie was about to say something. - Was she? I don't think she was. No. She looks like she's about to say something, then just... clams up. What I wanted to say is that I appreciate that you're bringing thought to the music... ...but I really and honestly feel that we're pandering. Which means trying to make others like you, which I think is a really nice thing. I do a lot of it. "Just going out pandering, be back soon." The song is about the struggle, you know, to show your true feelings. And your very confident sexual display... ...is, you know, a total contradiction of the fear and insecurity. No, I don't think so. And my fans really love it when I dance. - You're a wonderful dancer. - That's a fair point. - My last CD only went to number two. - But in this case, if you trust us... And Shakira is breathing down my neck. So I wanna dance. You shall dance. But thank you your honesty, Sophie. Cherish your passion. - Well, thank you. - Cora, Timberlake's here. Wants to say hi. Nice to see you, C. Talk to you later. And I'm looking ward to the new last verse. - Cora, wait. - It's over. It was a very nice try, but you have hit the karmic wall. With no help from you. You just stood there. Talk about pandering. I did not pander. I just told her what she wanted to hear. - I'm gonna go tell her the truth. - You just did. Are you gonna use flash cards this time? You're stubborn. And you're not stubborn enough to stand up what's good. I mean, I just don't wanna see you do what you did on your solo album. Yes, yes, yes. I bought it. The last copy. All right, well, I insist on paying you back immediately. 9.99, right? Do you have a penny? You were trying so hard to get a hit that it wasn't you. The songs were soulless. I agree. But ours has soul, so... But not if we ruin it. And you know that. Why are you so scared to care? Because it won't matter. Because behind all her Buddhism-in-a-thong philosophy... ...what she cares about is seats filled and s sold. Nothing's gonna make her your pal... ...any more than years with Colin made him mine. Because in the end, it's all just business. - What is? - All of it. Everything. That's why they call it the music business. It's a good thing. I wish everything in life was that clear. I want something from you, you want something from me. No false promises or expectations. Well. Congratulations on your feel-good song. Can I get you a drink? There's plenty of time. We have the night, part of the morning... ...teeniest little bit of the afternoon. I can't it. What does that...? What does that say? "Sorry, I can't do this." Sorry, I can't do this Not sure about the scansion. What...? What, are you leaving? Yeah. I'm sorry. Maybe I'll think of something later. There is no later. She needs the song tomorrow. If we don't give it to her, she's gonna go to someone else. I will have lost the job. I'm sorry. - Okay, look. - No, I want to help. I do. I wanna help you finish, but I can't. I can't write when I feel like this. I'm not inspired. I don't care. I don't care if you're inspired. Inspiration's amateurs. I just want four lines. Please. I just want four lines. - I can't. - Oh, but you can and you won't. - Are you saying I wanted this to happen? - I'm saying that's what you do. You push and push and move the furniture around... ...and talk all the time... ...and screw everything up just like he said. Who's he? What are you talking about? What are you saying? I the book because I wanted to come to you and say: "You're not at all like Sally Michaels." But actually, he's got you spot on. - What are you saying? - I'm saying Sloan Cates was right. Oh, my God. Please take that back. The poor, innocent, helpless "'I can't write,' she says to herself" girl... ...has co-authored three-quarters of a hit... ...and is holding it ransom because she can't get what she wants. You think life is this fairy tale. When it turns out that everything doesn't end happily, you can't deal with it. Mama says I can't, Daddy says I can But now my body just wants to slam Slam - C, Alex Fletcher is here. - Hey, Alex. C, could l...? Could I have a quick word? Thanks a lot. - Derek, how are you? Good to see you. - Alex Fletcher. Yo, so how's my girl Sophie, man? Yeah, no, she's keeping it pretty real. Yeah, what a girl. C, hi. Listen, it's about the new last verse. It's not completely med in the classical sense yet. It's more a kind of string of words that you can connect in almost any way. - I think it's quite innovative. - I got the lyrics. Sophie faxed them over this morning. They are so beautiful. It's what I always wanted to say to my boyfriend. It's the perfect end to the song. There are moments When I don't know if it's real Or if anybody feels the way I feel I need inspiration Not just another negotiation All I wanna do Is find a way back into... - Is everything okay? - Yeah, yeah. Sorry, sorry. I just... I just completely, I don't know, spaced out. That's okay. Let's take it from the top with the new intro. Yep. Great. Yeah, Cora Corman and Alex Fletcher Way back into love Hi. Hello. I bought these your children because one should never show up empty-handed. They're aliens. Clearly, I have no children. Here. - Here, let me get that you. - Thank you. I am gonna go to the office. - I am too. Have fun with those. - Bye. Put them there, thanks. You coming to the concert tomorrow? Can't disappoint Lucy. Yes, yes, very important. Chris is bringing his daughter as well, so should be fun. I just wanted to say I thought your last verse was fantastic. Thank you, Alex. And I'm very sorry about what I said. Well, you know, life isn't a fairy tale and I have to grow up... ...and I'm gonna do that in Florida. Well, that's just ridiculous. No one grows up in Florida. Unless they're an orange. Well, I'm managing the new weight-Not branch in Boca Raton. You should be writing, not fighting cellulite. Well, I can do both. We need a new marketing campaign. Swimsuit season is coming up. Thing is... ...I can't... ...compose without you. Thanks, but I don't think it's a good idea. All right. You're obviously very busy. Good luck. You too. Cora! - Gracie, aren't you excited? - Let's go. You know what? You guys, just go. I think I'm gonna skip it. - No, come on. You can't skip it. - You know what, kids? I'm gonna talk to your aunt, okay? Gary, take them in. - Should I meet you...? - Do it. How hard is it? - Go, walk, sit. - Find your seats. Honey, I need a second. Thank you. Love you. You're a good man. Now, listen to me. Those kids have told all of their friends that their aunt wrote Cora's new hit song. And they wanna share this with you. You gotta go in. Yeah. No, I know. I know. I just... I don't know how I'm gonna go in there and look at him. I know. It's just one night, though, and I really think you need this. And then he'll go his way and you'll go yours. Okay? Do you have her autograph? - Isn't this exciting? - Yeah. This is so cool. - Yeah, weirdo. This is so cool. - It's great. We're in the Cora fan club. Can we? Please, Mom? - Okay. - Cora! Cora! Cora! Cora! - Look, there she is! - Is that Cora? I'm starting to believe, boy That this was meant to be, boy 'Cause I believe in karma Boy, do you believe in karma? Each time you put your lips to mine It's like a taste of Buddha's delight - Hey, Gary. - Come on. I'm just watching. Tell me all your fantasies tonight And I will make them happen 'cause I'm not satisfied if I don't get My Buddha's delight Om shanti, shanti This Tuesday on The CW, it's Battle of the '80s Has-Beens... ...featuring Tiffany battling reigning champion Debbie Gibson... ...followed by a bout between Adam Ant and Billy Idol. Tuesday night on The CW. Five minutes, Mr. Fletcher. Entering Bootytown So shake my booty now 'Cause your booty Is the way into his heart New York, I love you! Shanti, shanti. What's that mean? And now I'd like you to hear something very special. - Oh, Soph. - Something very different. It's a new song. This is it, weirdo, your song. - I don't think I can listen to this. - A song no one has heard bee... ...written by Mr. Alex Fletcher. Wait. What? Alex Fletcher and my sister. How quickly they get. Let's just go and come back when the song's over. You and me. - Actually, I'm gonna go. - No. What? - Yeah, no. I'm fine. Just... - Are you sure? Yeah, I'm fine. I just wanna be alone. Just take care of the kids. It's never been easy me To find words to go along with a melody But this time there's actually Something on my mind So please give These few brief awkward lines Since I met you My whole life has changed It's not just my furniture You've rearranged I was living in the past But somehow you've brought me back And I haven't felt like this Since bee Frankie said, "Relax" And though I know Based on my track record I might not seem like the safest bet All I'm asking you Is don't write me off just yet years I've been telling myself The same old story That I'm happy to live off My so-called mer glories But you've given me a reason To take another chance Now I need you despite the fact That you've killed all my plants And though I know I've aly blown more chances Than anyone should ever get All I'm asking you Is don't write me off just yet Don't write me off just yet Alex! - Nobody backstage. - I have to get up there. I know Cora. - I don't care what you want. - I know Cora. I wrote this song. She's okay. - There's nobody backstage. - I said she's okay, right? - Well, you vouch her, then. - Thank you. What's wrong with you? As soon as Cora's done "Slam," we'll need you on-stage. Okay, got it. Got it. Thanks very much. Cheers. Slam Mama says I can't, Daddy says I can But now my body just wants to slam Slam Come to a concert, don't bring anything? Alex, that song. Yeah, I know. I'm sorry. It's the best I could do. You could fix it. No. That song was dinner. Mama says I can't, Daddy says I can Thank you! I want you to hear my new single. Thank you! "Way Back Into Love," music and lyrics by Sophie Fisher and Alex Fletcher. What happened to steamy and sticky? I explained to Cora that it violated the very core of the lyric... ...and corrupted the purity of the song. When that didn't work, I told her it would help me win you back. And that did it. Turns out that although she thought the Dalai Lama was, incredibly, a llama... ...she is, in fact, quite the romantic. - Go. Go. Go. - Okay, Mr. Fletcher. Thank you. Trapped in the past I just can't seem to move on I've been hiding all my hopes And dreams away Just in case I ever need 'em Again someday I've been setting aside time To clear a little space In the corners of my mind All I wanna do Is find a way back into love I can't make it through Without a way back into love I've been watching But the stars refuse to shine I've been searching But I just don't see the signs I know that it's out there There's gotta be something my soul somewhere I've been looking someone To shed some light Not somebody just to get me Through the night I could use some direction And I'm open to your suggestions All I wanna do Is find a way back into love I can't make it through Without a way back into love And if I open my heart to you I'm hoping you'll show me what to do And if you help me to start again You know that I'll be there you in the end 情人 Music Lyrics龙岩那家医院测卵泡

福州妇幼医院网上预约福州做人工授孕专科医院终极细胞战 Osmosis Jones 英文剧本 --18 :30:9 来源: 终极细胞战 Osmosis Jones 英文剧本Dad, you have the coolest job. l should hang out with a better class of animals. Oh, come on. Have some class. We got mixed company here. You know, genetically speaking, monkeys are our first cousins. Uncle Bob's kids? l'd agree with that. No, l'm serious. Some scientists say their diets are more evolved. This is about diets again, huh? You should eat more fruits and vegetables. Like monkeys do. Honey, the reason that monkeys eat so many fruits and vegetables... ...is because they're not smart enough to butcher a cow. Your mother, bless her soul, didn't believe the old ideas... ...about nursing and breast-feeding. You were fed cheeseburgers as a baby. And you're as strong as a bull. Smell like a cow. High cholesterol, but there's medicine. An angioplasty clears it out. You're great, honey. l'll start working out tomorrow. -l'll take better care of myself. -So you'll go on the hike with me? First things first. Eat your lunch. We'll talk later. Give me that egg, pal! Give me the egg! Dad, stop it! What are you doing? lt's my egg! Come on! lt's just an egg! Okay, now l gotta choke you! Now who's evolved? All that salad slow you down, buddy? That's filthy. Ten-second rule: Hits the ground, you can eat it within seconds. -SaIiva one, what have you got? -An egg -. E-Gamma-Gamma. Over. -Any mayo? -Affirmative. SIow boweI traffic.... Enzyme breakdown in ten. When I was a rookie ceII, you couId eat off this pIace. Look at it now. Jeez... ...what a disgrace. See anything, kid? l do. Nice genes. Got chromosomes in all the right places. -Jones. -A toothbrush can handle this. l wish you'd take this job more seriously. You see this badge? You see this gun? See this gooey sackus membranous around my personhood? -Here we go again. -You dealing with a white blood cell! I shouId fight disease in the veins! Not here, on tartar controI! Lucky you ain't in a scab. We got germs on that egg. Baby! lt's Ozzy time! Probably gingivitis, don't get carried away. You have entered the city of Frank. Hands up. Surrender digestion. SaIiva one, requesting ground support. Over. Bicuspid four, we're in the vicinity. This is a private organism. Don't run. Up spit creek without a paddle. Don't get me mad. I wiII turn into a germicidaI maniac. Halt. Saliva Patrol. Son of a botulism! They swiped the patroI car! Get out of here. You done done it now. Holy Frank! He's about to yawn! We're getting sucked in! l told city hall we need more sleep! Hold tight, kid! Osmosis Jones to dispatch. We got muItipIe germs coming down the windpipe. If they hit the bIood stream, we'II be iIIing. Nose-dripping, chicken-soup-drinking... ...rectaI-thermometer-sticking, iIIing! -Permission to pursue? -Chief. -You got plans the weekend? -Oh, yeah. Me and my girlfriend are going to the lidneys to see the Stones. Good, they could pass any day. AII s south of the stomach, Iookout iIIegaI organism. Jones, you want to keep your job? Wait backup! l can get them. I said stay put. -Over. -You heard the chief. Out of our jurisdiction. lt's lmmy's problem. We should get to the mouth. -Hey, Jones! -Chief, you'll thank me later. Don't think about it. You're in enough troubIe. Jones! Slow down! Slow down! Wait, wait, what the--? Shouldn't you be up in the mouth? This is my bust. l saw him first. You want Osmosis? You got Osmosis. Bye-bye, cop! Sorry, baby. But it's time you take your medicine. Dang. Always pulls to the right. Dad, what's wrong? Oh, my God. lt's a cramp! Officer down. These stairs are killing me, honey. We may have to move. But, Dad, there's only four steps. All right, if you love it here... ...l'll build a ramp. lt's been three hours since lunch and we're still cleaning up this egg. Man, would you look at all that gunk. Seriously. Does he roll his food on the ground bee he eats it? We need to send a letter to the mayor about washing our hands bee we eat. Like he's going to listen to us. Hey, cells vote, man. Cells vote. Got you, you little.... Artie? What's going on over there? Holy spit. Careful, l'm contagious. l don't like! l'll turn up the heat in here. Connecting, please hold. One moment. Now connecting. Mr. Mayor, how will you deal with the fat-cell housing shortage? l'd like to announce we're beginning construction on a third chin. We're having jock itch! Any comments on today's cramp? What about the hair cells laid off from the scalp? There'll be plenty of new jobs on the back. What about the request better nutrition? 85% of red blood cell children don't know how to carry oxygen. People, people you worry too much. The body is in perfect shape. No more questions. Thank you. Do they know l work hard? Nobody cares. -Mr. Mayor-- -Leah, l've got a body to run. -l've got Tom Colonic's new ad. -Let's go, put it on. This is a paid announcement. The boweIs didn't aIways smeII this way. Eating right and exercise... ...kept this area a center of activity. But during PhIemming's term, rot and stagnation... ...paraIyzed this neighborhood... ...the coIon, and the sphincter. It's time we get things moving again. I'm Tom CoIonic. As mayor, I'd set Iong-term goaIs... ...that incIude saIads and eating bran. Mayor PhIemming may think things are fine the way they are. But if we puII together and put in a IittIe hard work... ...a new Frank couId be right around the corner. Mr. CoIonic? What's that smeII? That's the smeII of change, BiIIy. The smeII of change. Paid by CoIonic Mayor. Can you believe those lies? He's got a point. You promised to focus on health issues. l want health... ...but think of the sacrifices, the hard work and lack of chips. That's not what voters want. -Why are you behind in the polls? -Don't you worry. l have a plan to flush Colonic down the toilet. Honey. Shane. Coming! You okay? Where does it hurt? Leg. ls it here? A leg. Here? Leg. Here. l just needed some sodium. That's what made me cramp up. Heads up! Chicken going down rough. Going down rough. Oh, now what? Sir, turn on the optical feed. Let me take a Iook, Dad. Open wide. Open wide. Could you swallow first, please? Definitely red. Are you ordering out? l'm making an appointment with the doctor. Sick? We're not getting sick! We have far too much planned. You can't override without a vote from city council. Yes, my dear. Voice manual control on. -That's only emergencies. -Leah, this is an emergency. On second thought... On second thought... -...I'II take a coId piII. -...l'll take a cold pill. Uh, sir? Thank you. Get me the chief. There's a good girl. "Drixenol." Next. l caught him with six micrograms of adrenaline. lt's not mine. l swear, it's my cousin's. Yeah, l never heard that one bee. Take him to lockdown. Next. Hey, it's " the Germinator!" You got me there. Save some the criminals. -You never catch anything, Jones. -You should've seen this thing. lt's no ordinary germ. This thing ain't even from Frank's body. This is like a Al Roker germ, a Heavy D germ. Talking about this? Yeah, he's slouching right now. ln my office! -Chiefy-weefy, what's up? -Don't " chiefy-weefy" me. See the headlines? The papers call it the most powerful cramp since Shane made us try Tae-Bo! -Hold on a second. -l told you to wait backup! But again, you had to do it your own way. -Man, l could have-- -Right! Trillions of cells working together... ...you're the only one doing it alone. That's your problem, Jones. What?! Oh, hello, Mr. Mayor. The missus? She's great, yes. What? l'll put a man right on it. Yes, sir. Stupid political decisions. Now where was l? You said you were giving me... ...a promotion to Head of Brain Security. You know what? You're right. Maybe it is time l give you a case. Talking about what? l'm putting you on a job in the throat. Thank you, chief. Thank you, chief. You won't regret this. You a good man. You a upstanding man. -Whatever. -lt was on the fence a while. "Good man, bad man." Now it's official: You are a good man. You done? Now our pill is getting swallowed as we speak. So get your nucleus down to the stomach, pronto. Pill? What pill? l wouldn't trust you to handle a sore throat alone! Get out. Or you're on butt-hair patrol the next three years! Rinky-dink, stink, pinky pill. The white zone is ingestion and digestion onIy. No parking. Peanut boarding intestine and Iiver... ... with direct service to the coIon. Now boarding. Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna.... All right. AII fat ceIIs proceed to Iove handIes. Oh, yes, Mr. Mayor. No, sir, it hasn't arrived yet. What the-- Look out now. Did you look at my notes on your speech? The in-box. Yes, it says " in" on it, sir. l'll check back later. All right, goodbye. Well, well, what do we have here? Somebody been working out! Leah, you looking fine. Mighty fine. Did they have to assign you to this? Spit. Wasn't my idea, but now l like it. Baby, when are we hooking up? l know a spot behind the eye, has a perfect view. Perfect a little rendezvous between me and you. Do you know what l'm saying? l been saying it a long time. Why would l ever go out with you? What? l'm a legend! The chicks line up to divide with me. Oh, really? You look like a cell who divides with himself. Who cut off the heat? Somebody pay the bill! lt's cold. Now arriving with some miIk, a coId piII with a pIeasant fruity flavor. Wow, this is huge. Don't be all impressed. lt's 99% sugar. Yeah? And 99% of you is just stupid. Like l haven't heard that one bee. What is that cherry stank? Special agent Drixobenzometaphedramine. "The brand that eases your coughs and sneezes." Don't exceed dosage. lf symptoms persist, see a physician. May cause drowsiness. Do not operate machinery. Pregnant women shouldn't handle pills. l feel better aly. -You can call me " Drix." -Welcome to Frank. l'll examine your irritated areas. Never on the first date, Drips. -Drix. -l said that. -You said " Drips" with a " p." -Whatever. This ain't working. l'll ask the chief to assign someone else. Wait. Hold up. l need this job, Leah. Just give me a shot. All right. But no screw-ups, you dig? l promise everything will be fine. Not as fine as you, but fine. Man, what you been eating? That's my effervescent propulsion. We're driving with the windows open. l don't want bubbles stinking up my ride. You got that? Look what you're doing to my baby. Don't touch my radio! Where you from? The University of Chicago, graduated Phi Beta Capsule. Great, got me a college boy. FDA-certified colds and flu... ...and a master's in Symptom ReIief. Where'd you study? l grew up on the wrong side of the digestive tract. No fancy schools. My high school was crack central. No, it was in the crack! Right in the stanky puckered center! We lived on peanut butter and cellulite sandwiches. Ever blow-dry your hair with a fart? -Okay, you were poor. -You bet! Ever make a snowman from paper cling-ons? That's poor! You'll make me vomit. We couldn't afd vomit, that's rich folks. -I have to wipe my eyes. -Wanna taIk about wiping? You're all new so follow my lead, all right? Wait up! Didn't they teach you manners in that lvy League petri dish? Murphy, it's flaring up again! Give me a status on the pain relief. eign substance in upper.... lnflammation and glandular swelling. We meet again. Dougy-Doug, the firebug! My boy is hot! Osmosis Jones. Like l don't have enough problems? Start redirecting traffic over there. l'm in charge of this sore throat, baby. -You're kidding me. -No. Straight up. What we got? lt's a routine sore throat. Looks like a saliva boat went haywire and crashed. Saliva boat? That's pretty unusual. lnock down that hot spot, ladder team! Step away. The tamperproof seal is there your protection. Not my suedes! What the dilly? Por favor, don't shoot! La Muerte man esta aqu He'll kill us, hombre! Talk English, man. We ain't on Telemundo here. La Muerte Roja! He's coming, man. l saw him. l saw him. l saw him! La Muerte Roja-- When your body's fuII of aches A DrixenoI is aII it takes Excuse me! What are you doing? l'm soothing the irritation. You just soothed my witness into a germ-cicle. Don't worry, he'll be normal in a few days. That's too late. He has inmation on what went down. Nothing " went down." lt's a common sore throat. This is a crime scene. Want to be useful? Plug some Turtle Wax into that thing... ...and wash my car! Now that's inflammation relief. Later, Doug. Be cool, Oz. How's it feel working with the two dumbest animals in the zoo? -Not bad. -lt's okay. l'm talking to the camels. They're talking to the camels. Excellent. l'm so psyched this long weekend. Getting out of town? l'm not getting out of my bathrobe. l'll get a keg and plop myself down on the sofa in front of the TV. Some quality time with the wife and kids. What's that smell? That's Bruno. His tummy's still upset. No, l'm talking about that nasty, skanky, sweaty smell. Shane won't buy me deodorant anymore. She says it causes cancer. Did the foot fungus pay up yet? No, that guy's getting flaky on us. You ain't going to collect nothing from him up here in the pit. Now get down there, send him a message. So, this is where the scum of Frank comes to fester. Hey, you lost, pal? This is a private sweat gland. Now beat it! l'm looking volunteers. Some germs who want in on a big score. Yo, Red, we run the rackets here. Take your hustle someplace else. This ain't about no hustle. This is about the baddest illness you've ever seen. Look who thinks he's the Ebola virus, huh? Ebola? Let me tell you something about Ebola, baby. Ebola is a case of dandruff compared to me! All right, pal. You're out of here. Bruiser, take him to the face and bury him in a blackhead. lt'll take a Swedish facialist and six steaming washcloths... ...to get you out! Sounds like a gas, baby. Bring it on. Bruiser! What are you? A sissy Mary? What are you doing? Che fa? What's he doing? You ain't so tough, huh? That was nothing. So, uh... ...what kind of sickness do you have in mind... -...boss? -Deadly. Hey, Dad. Hey, Uncle Bob. Hello, beautiful. l stopped by the camping store... ...and l got some stuff the hike. Right. On this hike, is that teacher of yours going to be there? Yeah, my whole class is. Why? l was thinking l might take a rain check. Mrs. Boyd isn't still mad at you. l didn't think so. We could do something better. Yesterday, without thinking, l did all my hiking the week. l hiked to the liquor store, the cigarette warehouse.... -But, Dad, you said-- -l said l'd think about it. lt's a holiday weekend. lt's important to be together. Yeah, l guess you're right. Well, l have something special up my sleeve. Have you ever seen a rattlesnake swallow a football? l don't think she has. lt's fun. Come on. -Come on. l'll show you. -Thank you, Uncle Bob. You're gonna love it! Why are we wasting time here? l am on a 1 -hour time release program. -Throat, nose, then aches and pains. -l got it. Real important stuff. Wait in the car. l got police work to do. One glazed and one with a jelly-filled nucleus. Brain memory Iibrary. You got any inmation on something called... -... ''EI Morry Roho''? -Stand by. l'll check, but we're really all about sports statistics here. -Sir? -l'm here. -What you got? -" La Muerte Roja" is Spanish. -It means ''The Red Death. '' -The Red Death? -ls that some taco sauce? -You have a nice day. Yo, Drips! You ever hear of The Red Death? Look alive, boys. Dust at nine o'clock. Eat hot nose juice, dust. -We're here. You happy? -Hear that? Quick! The dam is under attack! Hey, chill, pill! Snot guns are booger-coating some dust. Now, get to work! This is your big plan? A sore throat? A stuffy nose? -People will think you're-- -A common cold. Until l make my move, that's precisely what l want. Yo, check it out. We got cops here! Hey, look. Be careful! That's a pollen pod. Frank is allergic to this stuff. -l didn't know he had allergies. -Of course not. Pills know nothing about what goes on in here. ln the words of the immortal James Brown, get down! James who? -Hey, Frank. -Danny. Nitwit! You could've damaged the dam! Relax, this baby was built to last. Solid cartilage. You're an engineer now. l need to test the mucous viscosity. Frank! Why are you leaving so early? lt's all shoveled. Hippo's asleep. l'm taking Shane to Docky's. -Did you think of something? -Yeah, l did great. l guarantee you there ain't nothing wrong with this dam. So you want me to take care of them? No. Hit all the pressure valves. They're about to blow the scene. What in the name of sweet bleeding Frank?! The membrane is cracking, you-- -You missed a spot! -Come on, fellas. Go! -Let's get out of here! -Stop! lmmy! What the Frank? Wait a minute! Nose hairs! Watch out! Look out! We're going to die! l'm standing here. Can you use a tissue? -l don't have one. -Use your imagination. What's that there? -Better? -Much better. -Better? -Much better. l gotta go get her. She'll be excited and probably call you. lf not you, none of this would have ever happened. lf you'll excuse me, l... ...have a nose to dry. This is Nerve Network News. NNN. ln an act of selfless bravery, a cold tablet stopped a runny nose. The heroic tabIet wiII be honored this afternoon. Trudy? ln lighter news, there was pandemonium in the stomach today... ...as animaI crackers arrived. They are adorable, aren't they? Now, we go live to Cerebellum Hall an address from Mayor Phlegmming. Okay, Mayor. ln five, four, three.... Good evening, citizens of Frank. ln the past few weeks... ...my opponent has used fancy words to try to confuse the issues. Words like " exercise," "low-fat," and " diet." Words designed to scare us into changing what has worked years. Well, l say let's stay the course. Remember, a fat Frank is a happy Frank. That's not what l wrote. l propose something that every organism in this city will enjoy. l give you... ...a dream vacation to the annual chicken wing festival... ...in Buffalo, New York. Final plans have been made and nothing is going to stand in our way. And we're out. -That wasn't the speech we agreed on. -Where's the twerp in the wheelchair? Hello, Johnny. How you doing? Congratulations. Excellent work in the nose. Let's get some pictures. The caption should , "Mayor and Pill Stop Cold...Cold." Mr. Mayor? Excuse me, sir, but we have a problem. Now what, Jones? Whatever was in the sinuses is a lot more than a cold. Don't listen to Jones. His diagnostic skills are remedial at best! You iced a key witness to a viral attack! lt was an accident! The kind a time-release dipstick would have. l am sick of you! That's it, l can't work with him! l can't work with you! Officers, please. -Jones, what's this virus? -The virus that torched the throat. lt caused those snot crests l was surfing! They were caused by the sneeze, which you caused. Then why was that viral-looking mother fleeing? We should put the city on full alert. -Liquids, bed rest. Just to be safe. -We'll do no such thing. l won't listen to the white blood cell with the worst record in Frank. leep those opinions in that mushy head... ...or you'll find yourself in our next nosebleed. Understood? Son, l apologize all this. Now, why don't we find you another... ...more capable officer to work with. Sir, if it's all the same to you... ...l think l'll stay with Jones. Suit yourself. You didn't have to do that. l don't need your sympathy. lt's not sympathy. l'm here to make Frank feel better. lf this alleged virus... ...impedes my mission, l must pursue it. Yeah, whatever. What did the mayor mean by " record" ? You did something terrible, didn't you? Sometimes being too careful is all it takes. How so? l was cruising the digestive tract, just minding my own business. Outside was Shane's science fair. Everyone was excited. The winner wouId get their picture in the IocaI paper. -Think they'll like my volcano? -All the parents are going home sad. Their kids' projects are cardboard and glitter paint and science. Shane, yours is art. -Wow, what a great tepee. -Tepee? Mrs. Delirious, come on. l'll check the competition. Try and learn them something about volcanos. Partner, what you got there? These are polluted oysters. Well, they were polluted. l replanted them six months ago. That's how long the state says. Every time the tide came in, they'd flush... ...all the bad stuff out. Can you eat them? Well, if my hypotenuse is correct, sure. Yeah, definitely. You got yourself a sale. You should check your math on that one. I was in the kidneys whiIe a 6-31 was in progress. That's incoming sheIIfish. I went to the stomach, to be safe. UnscheduIed sheIIfish now arriving at gate six. And you must be Shane's dad. Guilty as charged. Frank Detorre. Pleasure to meet you. l am Mrs. Boyd. l am Shane's science and PE teacher. l am just absolutely crazy about your daughter. She is a doll. lf you mean that, l'll keep her. Oh, my God. That is so funny! Oh, my God, l got the giggles. She's a sweetie-pie. She wants to go to the city and help people someday. No kidding. You mean like a concierge? No, like, poor people. Yeah, she told me that. Frank, it's so wonderful to see... ...Shane participating in the science fair. Since her mother passed away, she's had a really hard time... ...being part of the group activities. She's going to be okay. And then I saw him. He was on the clammiest oyster l'd ever seen. Mr. Detorre? Are you okay? Those oysters. The oysters? Oh, yeah, that's Zach's project. He's a little slow. The doctor says he has a brain the size of a tangerine. We gave him this project to push him along. He just started it this morning, which is funny. We'll give him an 'A' anyway. We'll give him an 'A' anyway. Mr. Detorre? There was no time questions. I did what I had to do. Look at that guy! You can guess which photo made it to the paper the next day. Overnight, Frank became the town Iaughingstock. The photo ran in every daiIy across the country. He got fired from his job at the pea soup factory. Lucky us, Bob hooked up Frank with a job at the zoo. It was a 90% cut in pay, but it was the best we couId do. NeedIess to say, none of this heIped Shane. And as me, l got suspended unnecessary ce. Since then, every day l wonder: "Did l do the right thing?" From the description, it sounds like you were justified. Excuse me? Oysters are filled with dangerous bacteria. l've been trying to tell everybody! -I never thought you'd be on my side. -I never thought you'd be right. Sir, we have a strict no-shoes-no-service policy. You have to leave. ls that how you treat the handicapped? Handicap? l have a chronic ingrown-toe condition. Doctors say that soon l won't be able to wear... -...even the roomiest of footwear. -l'll bring your s. Bring some clam strips and some steamers... ...when you come, please? What's the big surprise? l know you wanted to go on a trip this weekend, so.... Buffalo? Buffalo, New York. The buffalo wing festival this weekend. Great. So, what's the big surprise? We got tickets! l called a scalper! Look. Ninety-nine kinds of wings. One hundred and twenty-eight different dipping sauces. You love math. Crunch the numbers on that. The possibilities are infinite. Look! Here you are. Ms. Chicken Wing Festival. See this? He's the champion. But he won't be long. Because l'm coming. l'm coming to get you, baby. Fun? Yeah, that's really cool, Dad. See, l told you she'd be excited. Now, tidy up, will you? Okay, Frank. This is your conscience speaking. Now listen carefully. This hiking trip means a Iot to her. Make it work. Use that charm. What's wrong now? Oh, jeez. Oh, it's this damn toe. Do me a favor, huh? Don't you get old. Listen to the toe. Don't you get old. Boss, your plan worked. That's right. l got this city exactly where l want it. -What about the cop and the pill? -lf they give us a problem: Fire! Get it down! Money on the wood make the game go good. Five bucks says size don't matter. Let's do this thing now. -Chicken-pock fights. -Get back! Yeah, get him! That's my baby! Try the headlock! -See that dude? -A virus! We should arrest him! No, that used to be a virus, now he's on our side. -That's Chill. He's a flu shot. -He doesn't look fluish. Just stay here and watch the maestro work. Yo, Chill! Chill! Pock fights are against the law. Where you all going? Thanks a lot, junior. You just cost me twenty. Money won't be your problem if you don't tell me about the sinuses. l was injected into this body to rat on influenza only. And this don't sound like influenza to me. Now beat it. l bet Johnny Streptococcus and the Melanoma family will be interested... ...to hear about your work. You can't jack me on that, brother! l'm in the virus protection program. You, virus. Children's strength ought to take care of you. You done done it now, Chill. He's a psycho cop. lt's too late to spill it. Just off the Thorazine. He's cuckoo Cocoa Puffs. He's going El Pollo Loco on your crazy behind. l just can't look. All right! The guy's big time. He goes by the name of Thrax. Go to that new place. The Zit, on the head. You can't miss it. lt's huge. They're meeting tonight. l'm out. But you didn't hear that from me. You didn't hear that from me. Next time, l'll be the bad cop. You are a bad cop. Who you calling a bad cop? My, what big zits he has. How does this happen? You wash your face with fried chicken. Wait. Where do you think you're going? -To get our cootie. -Like that? -They'll tear you up. Get spiffy. -Spiffy? Peep this. Check it out. Pliable cellular dynamics. What an ingenious defense mechanism. Ooh, let me try. What do you think? You should guard the car. This is my mission too. l am going in with you. All right. But we gotta get you something to wear. You sure this is working? Trust me, it's perfect. Perfect. We got company. Be cool. Now, try to relax. Fit in. Shake a tail cell or something. l don't dance. l have no left feet. You don't dance? Don't tell me you ain't never gotten jiggy with it. l don't believe l have. Come on, baby, give me a little bit of this. Oh, all right. -Here you go. -That's it, baby. -Get down. -Don't let it settle at the bottom. Oh, mama. Yo! You stay and practice. Boy, you need it. lf l'm not back in five, you come looking, okay? Barkeep, what you got? -You got a problem with that? -No. lt's just the way l like it: Extra disgusting. Three teams will move through the cranial artery... ...and one through the nasal passages. We are going to the brain, baby. And we are stealing one of these. This sucker comes from a place called the hypothalamus gland. Hypothalamus. Hypothalamus. Controls the temperature the body. We are going to march in and take the prize. Frank's gonna heat up like a sidewalk on a summer day. Go away. l need to talk to you. What a zit! What is it? What do you want? l want you to help me. Should l call the cops? Or maybe Shane should know about the 0-yard restraining order. Please. She's been humiliated enough aly. Humiliated. You turned me into a walking air-sickness bag. My family was humiliated. You understand? Do you have any idea of the teasing... ...that my sons, Ralph and Chuck, had to endure? l know your daughter Hurly had to transfer. Her name is Shirley. That is much prettier. -Tom Brokaw called her Hurly. -What? But it was a cute picture. We gotta get this water underneath our bridge, Shane's sake. l would never hold anything against one of my students. Get back to work! -Be prepared. lt's going down tonight. -Tonight? Me and Madcow are going to Wrestlemania. See this? This DNA bead comes from a girl in Riverside, Calinia. Didn't like to wash her hands. Took me three whole weeks. And this one. Nice lady in Detroit, Motown. Six days flat. Then there's this old guy in Philly. l killed him in seventy-two hours. l'm getting better as l go, but the problem is l never set a record. Until my man Frank, that is. l'll take him down in 8 hours. Get my chapter in the medical books. Excuse me. Excuse me. l got one more question here. Could a white blood cell do anything to stop this evil plan? You know, hypothetically speaking, that is. -And, who are you? -Who am l? Who am l? A bad, booty-shaking pickinosis. Yeah. That's who l am. -Never heard of you. -You just got here. But ask any of them, when it comes to illing... ...bad, booty-shaking pickinosis stands above the rest. Oh, that hurts. That ain't no germ. That's a cop. Well, what do we have here? An officer of Frank's finest. Somebody lay down a towel. This is going to be messy. Attention, germs. You are surrounded. Surrounded. Yo, Hammer. You can stop dancing. What kept you? Es eI muerte rojo! No me mates! Get out of here! Please lift the restraining order... ...so l can do this father-daughter trip. The answer is no. Please. Think about it overnight. lt would make a little girl very happy. Only use against the most stubborn cold symptoms. -Childproof caps. -Get him! Why you hit so hard? Drix, l could use a little help here. Give me that. Oh, no. Not again. You have something white on your lips. Other side. Get out! Out! The answer is no! Absolutely not! Thanks. You saved my cytoplasm in there. Mr. Thrax has left the building. Let's call a scab and get to the precinct. Jones! In my office. Hey, hey, who died? Other than Thrax, that is. Brandy! -l mean, Leah. Why are you here? -You really did it now. -l didn't see you back there. -Disregarding orders, destruction... ...popping a pimple without a permit! What were you doing there? -Promoting good health, sir. -ls that what you call it? He was lethal. lf we hadn't stopped him-- -We'd be frying eggs off of Frank! -Watch it, you'll cause a panic. People would think about what's going on in this body... ...not the stupid trip! Okay, you want us to start thinking? Well, here's a thought: You're fired. -Mr. Mayor-- -Your badge, mister. Figures. l finally do something right Frank, and l get fired. Without him, Frank could've been in mortal danger. Mortal danger? You'd love to prove that, wouldn't you, Mr. Drixenol? Get your name in the New EngIand JournaI of Medicine. Son, what it says on your arm. " the temporary relief of symptoms--" Exactly. Temporary. You're a wannabe. A placebo. A generic brand. An over-the-counter Tic-Tac. Now, get out of my body! Continuing symptoms, whiIe annoying... ... wiII not deraiI pIans the trip to the annuaI... ...chicken wing festivaI. -What's so funny? -l don't know. They're making this too easy. You know, no one has ever gotten wise to me... ...and now the first time... ...an immy cell has figured out everything... ...and they don't believe him. Can you taste the irony in that? Shut up! What are you two laughing at? We're back on schedule. But boss, we're the only ones left. Maybe we should incubate a while? You incubate. l'm going to make my deadline. Medical books aren't written about losers. l'm not going. -You're not going where, hon? -To Buffalo. l'm not going. Honey, we're all packed. Buffalo's going to be a blast. l'm going camping with my friends. You're welcome to join us. Well, l don't think.... l'd really like you to come. You don't want me huffing and puffing after you. You want to go, okay. Uncle Bob will go with me to Buffalo. l'm tired of this. lt's not fair. l go where you want. l eat what you want. Don't you ever think about anyone else? l think about you. Like when you packed me a fried Slim Jim sandwich? Yeah. lt was a turkey Slim Jim. You know, Dad.... Maybe if you and Mom listened to me a little more... ...and took care of yourselves... ...maybe she'd still be here. lnock off that hamburger talk. Come here, honey. Your mom died... ...because she got sick. And how do you think you get sick? Germs. lt's the way you eat. Who's that? You know my great-great-grandpappy fought the measles? There's been a Jones on the ce since we came on the umbilical cord. Until now, that is. All right, ladies. Wrap it up now. Well, l.... l guess l should get going. Wouldn't want Frank to build immy to me. Maybe next time he takes Drixenol it'll do him some good. -Goodbye, Drips. -That's Drix. Whatever. People, let's get started. l don't need to remind anyone that today's our trip to Buffalo. Frank will be up in minutes. l don't want him losing an eyelash... ...or stubbing his toe. Free screening? We're broadcasting live dreams from the brain's subconscious. You get back to work right now. That's right, big boy. You keep on dreaming. At least you got your health. Ninety-eight point six. Ninety-eight point six. -Ninety-eight point six. -Perfect. You can't come in here! Baby... ...you are looking fine today. Don't get the cushion we take to football games. Don't want the voters in the hemorrhoids complaining. Something's wrong with the weather. -We're probably drinking coffee. -Look at the map. -What if Jones is right? -Jones? Funny. Funny. You care more about your reelection... ...than our lives. l'm going to the hypothalamus to check it out. Hypo-who-what is this? Leah, wait! Who will answer the phones? Be advised. We have a break-in. Sarge? Nothing down there but bad dreams. Frankie. Wait. Maybe Shane wouId Iike to know about the 0-yard restraining order. Maybe if you and Mom Iistened to me a IittIe more... ...and took care of yourseIves... -...maybe she'd stiII be here. -You're fired. Get out of here! -Get out! -No, l can't. -Get back to work. -What the-- Huh? What the heck was that? Francis Detorre, you stand up right now! Thrax is alive and he's in the brain! Oh, great, pal. Spoil the ending. -What's your temperature? -98.6. -ls this broken again? -Drix! You get those skid marks out of my cIass! Out the door! This cat was sick bee l even got here. Now boarding: the 937, with nonstop service... -...to the toiIet bowI. -Tickets, please. leep it moving. -Thank you. -Drix! -Yo, Drix! -Jones? Get your butt off this boat! -Thrax is alive. Let's go. -l'm sorry, Osmosis. l can't help you. Excuse me? l can't combat a virus. Read my label. Learn to think outside the pillbox. leep it moving. l know sugar pills who cured cancer, because they believed. Oh, l don't know, Ozzy. Look at me. l'm cherry-flavored. Hey, pal, are you on or off? Fine. Flush your life down the toilet. The zipper's down. All ashore that's going ashore. -You know a pill who cured cancer? -No. lt makes a good pep talk. Let's go catch a coId. How about a hug your Uncle Bob? Okay. Nice talking to you too. Hey, muscles. -You don't look so good. -l feel a little fluey. You know what they say, "Starve a cold, drown the flu." Your body needs fluids. And lots of them. ls beer fluid? Of course. -What about all that wet stuff in it? -l thought that was the beer. No, finish that up. Come on, we want to get better. There we go. That's it. That's my good washboard-tummy guy. This is it. Men, go, go, go. Hi, baby. Why are you waiting? Shoot him! lf you follow me, she dies. Don't shoot. -This ain't time to get carsick. -l'm okay, l'm 1 8 Dramamine! lt's just this darn heat! As long as it don't hit 1 degrees, or Shane's an orphan. Shane, look what l bought you. They're false eyelashes. Whatever. Just close your eye. You look good with falsies. What the--? Let me go! Oh, don't worry. Shane wiII be fine. l want to her to be at ease and not worry. Listen... ...why don't you sit her down and tell her... ...that if anything happens to you, l will take care of her. Okay? l will nurture her, l will love her... ...and when she's 1 6, l'll boot her out. Sixteen? l'm not gonna mommy her ever, okay? l mean, sixteen, sure. Frank? Are you aII right? We've a hostage situation invoIving the mayor's aide. Leah, girl, what were you thinking? Now, we go live... ...to a chase in the superior vena cava expressway. Reports of a hostage are confirmed. Look out! Suspect is headed towards the uvuIa. What the heck is a " uvala" ? -lt's that dangly thing in Frank's-- -Boxer shorts! Okay! Not that thing! The one in his throat! l knew that. l knew that. Are you with me? Frank, are you with me? Are you okay? l feel fine. Say it! Frank. Hold on, here. You're going to the hospitaI. The trip is off. -PuII it over, big guy. -The trip is off? No! Shane, isn't that your dad? Oh, my God. Stop the bus! Dad! Uncle Bob! Shane, you're here? -l'm her niece! -What happened? Your daddy's had an accident. -ls he okay? -He's going to be fine. l hope he's going to be okay. Come on. Let me go! Watch the hands, buddy! -Hold up. -Put me down! -Critical one here! -Coming through. -What's the story on this one? -l don't know. He's burning up. Let's move on my mark. One, two, lift! -What is that nasty smell? -Cherry. Wild cherry. Now let her go. Why? So you can ice me again? No! So l can! Virus con Dios. Jones! Ooh, thank Frank. Temperature? -lt's at 1.. -Put him in ice! We gotta cool him down! -We need some ice in here! -Right, l'll get it. Daddy? Maggie. No, Dad. lt's me, Shane. Come out, come out, wherever you are. l ain't got time this. This is Frank PD. We have you surrounded. Surrender. -Give it up. You're busted. -Hand over the bracelet. You're making this too easy. -Pollen? -Check this out. Oh, no! Mother of Frank! Enjoy the funeral, boys! -We're dead. -How's your aim? A lot better than yours! What are you doing? Saving Frank. Let's do it. You want Osmosis? You've got Osmosis. You just don't know when to quit, do you, Jones? You know what, Jones? You want this chain so bad... ...Big Daddy Thrax is gonna let you have it. Looks good on you, Jones. You wear it well. lt's a shame you came this far just to die. Who's the Germinator now? lt's a falsie. Can you feel the heat, Jones? Too bad you won't be here to see me break my record... ...when l take down Frank's pretty little girl. She ain't going down. -You are. -What? No! We're losing him. Breathe! -Come on, man. -Daddy! No! l don't want to lose you! -Take her out. -Come on, honey. -No, that's my dad! -The doctor's doing everything he can. Hey! Wait! Frank! Frank! Things are grim as temperatures rise dangerousIy. We've Iost contact with the extremities. NNN wiII stay on the air as Iong as possibIe. When we return, househoId appIiances that can improve your goIf swing. You siIIy twit, don't you get it?! We are going to die! I knew it. At the first dark cIoud, you faII apart. -Moron! -Phony! Gentlemen, playing with you has been the greatest pleasure of my life. He's not coming back. He's not gonna make it. Come on, sweetheart. He'll be.... That's it. -Wait, hey. -Daddy! l'm so sorry. l didn't mean to say that. l don't blame you Mom's death. l didn't mean it. You're the greatest dad in the world. Look! Get that thing to the hypothalamus now! Okay, l'm calling it. l'm sorry. sweetie. Come on. l know. Wait a minute! He's got a pulse! He's coming back. One-oh-seven-point-seven. One-oh-seven-point-six. Your mama says, " Hi." As temperatures stabiIize, a gratefuI city saIutes Osmosis Jones. The officer who saved us. Jones has been reinstated to the ce with fuII priviIeges. Ozzy, can l count on you to keep Frank in shape? We got that insurance exam next month. You're going to have to talk to my new partner. -lf he feels like hanging around. -But my visa's expired. We'll go to the hemorrhoid and get you a good lawyer. Come here, baby. l'm still Jonesing a little more Osmosis. Oh, my God. Look how beautiful. l told you it'd be worth it. Didn't think l'd break a sweat coming up here. But l did. Yeah, it was kind of a long drive. Carrot? l wonder what this does. -Dad. -Was that you? What the heck. Out with the old, in with the new.我最敬佩的人 The People I Admire Most -- :7:31 来源: Thereare many admirable people around us, such as our parents, teachers, polices andso on. But the people I admire most are cleaners. Cleaners work hard silentlyvery day to keep our city clean and beautiful. They get up early in host summeror cold winter when we are sleeping. They don’t work themselves only, but us, our city. Sometimes, we think they are dirty and we don’t want toclose to them. It’s not right. They clean our environment by their hard work.在我们的身边,有许多值得敬佩的人,例如我们的父母、老师、警察等等,但最令我敬佩的人是清洁工他们每天都默默地辛勤工作,保持城市的干净、美丽无论是酷暑还是寒冬,我们正在熟睡,而他们去早早起床开始工作他们不但是为自己工作,也是为了我们大家,为了我们的城市有的时候,我们会觉得他们很脏,甚至不想靠近他们,这是不对的,他们通过自己的辛勤工作使环境清洁了福州B超检测排卵哪家好Learning English Is Full of Fun 英语学习充满了乐趣 -- 19:8:1 来源: Learning English Is Full of Fun 英语学习充满了乐趣  I love learning English, because English is the most widely spoken language in the world. It is used by many countries all over the world.  If you want to find a nice job, you need to be good at English. If you don't know many keywords and dialogues in English, you'll have to spend a lot of time looking them up in an English dictionary. So, we must try harder to learn English.  Now, I'll become a junior high student. I'll try to magazine zrticles in English every day. In fact, learning English is full of fun. It's quite like learning Chinese. Just open your mouth and say something in English. All in all, it's interesting everyone to learn English.  我酷爱学习英语,因为英语是世界上应用最广泛的语言全世界很多国家都使用英语  如果你想找到一份理想的工作,你就需要很好的掌握英语如果你掌握不了很多的英语词汇和对话,你将会花费大量时间去查找字典所以,我们必须更努力的学习英语  现在我是一名即将升入初中的学生,我要尽量每天都阅读英文杂志里的文章事实上,学习英语充满了乐趣像学习中文一样,张开你的嘴,大胆用英语表达总而言之,学习英语对每一个人来说都是有趣的福州市排卵监测最好的医院

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