Some of the students were disturbed by your posters.
It's just a bird head on a lady body,
I think it's a little upsetting.
It's my tradition to run for office.
Don't worry. I won't win.
That's not what I'm worried about.
This won't mess with my scholarship, will it?
No. You're okay there.
You have a performative streak, I think.
Yeah, I think that too.
Maybe you would enjoy theater arts.
They're having auditions for the fall musical.
Do we have that here?
It's a collaborative effort with the men at Xavier.
How am I a senior and not know we have that?
Perhaps you haven't always been an active part of this community.
They do a fall musical and a spring play,
and from what I hear, it's a real blast.
What I'd really like is to be on math olympiad.
But math isn't something you're terribly strong in.
- There you go. - Thanks.
"Julie" doesn't need to be in quotes.
- But it's not my real name. - It's not the same thing.
I'm not sure you're right.
I love this neighborhood.
Yeah, it's so beautiful.
I would definitely have my wedding in the backyard.
I'd have friends over all the time to study and eat snacks.
"Mom, we're taking the snacks upstairs to the TV room."
"妈 我们拿零食上楼 去电视房吃了"
I'd have my own bathroom.
I can't stop you dicks from hanging out here,
but quit wrinkling all the magazines!
When I'm in this store, I'm not your sister.
I'm a customer, Miguel. I'm always right.
我是顾客 米格尔 顾客总是对的
Ever since she moved in,
your brother and Shelly are becoming the same person.
Yeah, okay. Maybe.
See, why don't I look like that?
I'd like to have the song "New York Groove" playing
and feel like it really applies to my life.
You've never even been to New York.
That's why I'm applying to New York colleges.
Do you know if Sarah Lawrence is actually in the city?
Your parents would pay for that?
Scholarships, financial aid...
I'll figure it out.
My mom thinks I can't get in, but she is sorely mistaken.
- What about terrorism? - Don't be a republican.
Probably just gonna go to city college.
Put the magazine back!
You doing okay, mama?
Yeah, that was terrifying, wasn't it?
还好 太吓人了 是不是
Thank god you were there.
So I guess we can't have pencils anymore.
Yeah, just gotta go back to quill tipped markers. Crayola.
Right. Thank you. It's for you. I got it for the baby.
好的 谢谢 送你的 我给宝宝买的
- I couldn't resist it. - She loves pink.
It's more for you and Andrea than it is for the baby.
I'm sorry I didn't have time to wrap it.
- No, it's perfect. - Okay. Good.
-没事 这样很好 -好吧
I'll see you tomorrow. Or, I mean, later.
明天见 或者说 待会儿见
- Thank you. - Okay.
Did you know toothpaste is basically ineffective.
- It's like sucking on a mint. - Mike Kelly died.
I didn't even know he was sick again.
- Can Shelly and I get in there? - In a minute, honey.
-我和谢丽能进来吗 -等一下 孩子
- Dad and I are still in here. - That's too young.
Lady Bird, you better be dressed.
Yeah. I'm gonna send them a note.
Do you think that Shelly and Miguel
have sex on the pullout couch?
Why can't I just make the eggs?
Because you take too long,
you make a big mess, and I have to clean the whole thing up.
Eggs aren't good for the environment anyways.
- What? - You heard her.
Eat quickly, please.
Look at all these pictures.
Every newspaper looks like USA Today.
Shelly and I are trying to be vegan,
hence the soy milk.
You wear leather jackets.
But they're vintage, so they don't support the industry.
They aren't done. There's white stuff.
You know how much you love Brambles?
Pigs are smarter than him even.
I never thought Brambles was a genius, okay?
Mom, the eggs are not done.