天啊 抱歉 那是直觉反应
Oh, my God. I'm so sorry! That was purely reactive.
Nate! Come on.
-来 我抓住你了 -救命 我要掉下去了
-I got you. -Help. I'm falling!
I got you. Come on.
Oh, my God.
-Keep it down. Hey. -Oh, my God.
What part of "wait for me" did you not get?
-I said, I'm coming with you. -Okay. Okay.
We're looking for the Age of Explorers exhibit.
So be quiet.
That's my last piece. Let's split it.
-聪明鬼 这是谁？ -简单
-All right, smart guy. Who's this? -Too easy.
Ferdinand Magellan. First guy to sail around the world.
Wrong. Magellan never made it all the way around.
He just took all the credit.
Holy shit. There it is.
First map of the whole world.
You know what Magellan was really looking for?
But he never made it home.
So all that gold, it's just gone?
Lost. Not gone.
There's a difference.
If something's lost,
it can be found.
But lucky for us, we got pirate blood in our veins.
Descended from Sir Francis Drake himself.
At least, that... was what Mom and Dad used to say.
You know, sometimes I think they're out there somewhere.
-Like they're just lost. -They're not lost.
This map is worth a fortune.
Here goes nothing.
Let's go. Hey.
You two! Hey! Hey!
-站住 -噢 倒大楣
-Don't move. -Oh, crap.
We came here first out of respect, Sister B.
But this is his third strike.
Go get your things, Sam.
You can't just let them take him away.
Say your goodbyes.
-What the hell? -I'm not letting them lock me up. No way.
-I'm coming with you. -Not this time.
You see me go anywhere without this?
So you know I will never leave it behind.
I will always be with you.
It says sic parvis magna.
"Greatness from small beginnings."
That's you and me.
Let's go, kid.
I better get going.
I'll come back for you, Nate.
Never forget, you're a Drake. I love you.
Well, well, well, if it isn't the late, great
and formerly employed Nate.
At least you got the "great" part right.
-Goldie, I brought your stuff up. -Thank you.
-How was last night? -Great.
-Yeah, he was cute? -Very cute.
What can I get you?
-A vodka tonic. -Vodka tonic? Come on.
It's my first drink of the night. Test me a little.
I don't know. A Negroni.
I'm kidding. The Negroni.
First made in 1919 for Count Camillo Negroni
when he swapped the soda water
in his usual drink, the Americano, for gin.
Haven't seen you in here before.
-我不住在附近 -是喔 那你住在哪？
-It's not really my neighborhood. -Not yours? Where are you from?
-Greenwich. -Greenwich. Sounds nice.
Bartenders up there don't give history lessons.
Well, bartenders in Greenwich don't make Negronis like this.
You want to leave it open or closed?
Open, probably. It's only Daddy's money.
Invented by Alfonso Cigaretti in 1462.
I'm kidding. I don't...
I don't really know who invented the cigarette.
You're kind of weird. But kind of cute too.
Then I'm kind of offended, but I'm also kind of flattered.
-You know what? It's for the best. I've been trying to quit.
Maybe it's a sign.
Or maybe you just need to get one that works.
This old thing?
Oh, it works.
That trust-fund ingenue...
she was the right mark.
-Don't know what you're talking about. -Sure, you do.
You're going slow, playing it safe,
not lifting too much at once.
-I mean, stop me if I'm wrong. -You're wrong.
And we're also closed, so take off.
Victor Sullivan. You can call me Sully.
I won't. But thank you.
I got a job coming up. A big one.
-I need another set of hands on it. -So this is what you do?
You stumble into bars, trying to pick up an accomplice?
I'm offering you a real ticket out of here,
a chance to see places you only read about in books.
What do you say?
You missed the read, Victor.
I'm not a mark in some bar.
And some of us here would really like to go home, so...
Hey, Goldie, let me get a beer.