Your argument is lacking in all scientific merit.
这很明确 超人通过飞入"黄日"核武器 清理他的衣服
It is well established superman cleans his uniform by flying into Earth's yellow sun,
which incinerates any contaminate matter
and leaves the invulnerable kryptonian fabric unharmed and daisy fresh.
What if he gets something Kryptonian on it?
I don't know. Kryptonian mustard.
I think we can safely assume that all Kryptonian condiments
were destroyed when the planet Krypton exploded.
Or it turned into mustard Kryptonite,
the only way to destroy a rogue Kryptonian hotdog threatening Earth.
严肃点 超人的身体是氪星的 因此他的汗水也是氪星的
let's stay serious here. Superman's body is Kryptonian, therefore his sweat is Kryptonian.
Yeah, what about Kryptonian pit stains?
Superman doesn't sweat on Earth.
Okay, he's invited for dinner in the Bottle City of Kandor.
他把自己变小 进入该城 在那里 他失去了超能力
He miniaturizes himself, enters the city where he loses his superpowers. Now,
晚餐前 主人说 玩一会氪星绳球如何
before dinner, his host says, "Who's up for a little Kryptonian tetherball?"
超人说 可以啊 玩得大汗淋漓 回到地球
Superman says "Sure," works up a sweat, comes back to Earth,
his uniform now stained with indestructible Kryptonian perspiration.
Superman would have taken his uniform
to a Kandorian dry cleaner before he left the Bottle.
"Kandorian dry cl..." I give up.
You can't have a rational argument with this man.
isn't that the guy who won the MacArthur genius grant last year?
No, not all at once.
I didn't get a good look. Can I go again?
It's David Underhill. So what?
His observation of high-energy positrons
has provided the first conclusive evidence
for the existence of galactic dark matter.
I have two words for you.
The first is "big," the other's "whoop."
a big whoop.
It made almost all the work
you've done since you've been here completely useless.
Did not. Did, too.
好吧 有部分吧 但是
Okay, maybe some
of it, but...
Look, the guy was just in the right place,
at the right time with the right paradigm-shifting
reinterpretation of the universe. He got lucky.
In more ways than one.
He's a very handsome man.
Doesn't do anything for me. If I was gonna go that way,
I'm more of a Zac Ephron kinda guy.
Oh, yeah, like you have a shot with Zac Ephron.
Are you Leonard Hofstadter?
I'm David Underhill.
Yeah, Dr. Gablehauser said if I wanted
to set something up in the photomultiplier lab,
that you'd be able to give me a hand?
You want to work with me?
if you have a little time, yeah.
Wow.... Y-yeah, sure.
Yeah, no problem. Uh...
Here's my home number.
Here's my cell.
Here's my office.
Here's my parents' number up in New Jersey.
They always know how to reach me. So... Okay.
对了 恭喜你获得麦克亚瑟天才奖 我很崇拜你
Congratulations on the MacArthur Grant, by the way. Big fan.
Thanks. I'll call you.
What are you looking at?
You've never seen a hypocrite before?
Trailing badly, Wolowitz needs a strike
if he has any hopes of catching up with Sheldon Cooper,
who is dominating in the ninth frame with a career-best 68.
That doesn't count.
Do over! Do over!
There are no do-overs in Wii bowling.
There are always do-overs when my people play sports.
Where were you that's more important than Wii bowling night?
Actually, I was...
这是反问句 没什么能比 Wii保龄球之夜重要
It's a rhetorical question. There is nothing more important than Wii bowling night.
Come on, it's just a video game.
And we suck at it.
Nice motivational speech from the team captain.
I was working with Dave Underhill.
哦 "戴维" 听起来莱纳德有了新的"好朋友"
Ooh, "Dave." Sounds like Leonard's got a new BFF.
Actually, he's pretty cool.
I mean, not only is he a brilliant scientist,
but it turns out he's a Black Diamond skier.
He collects vintage motorcycles. He plays in a rock band.
So? We're in a rock band.
We play Rock Band on our X-Box.
Nice motivational speech from our lead guitarist.
He's funny, too.
He does this hysterical impersonation
of Stephen Hawking having phone sex.
What are you wearing?
That's not... He does it better.
Anyway, he said he was gonna take me to the gym tomorrow,
so I'm gonna go practice my situps.
Whoa. Humongous man crush, dude.
Yeah. It's officially a bro-mance.
嘿 谢尔顿 你和莱纳德要不要弄棵圣诞树?
Hey, Sheldon, are you and Leonard putting up a Christmas tree?
No, because we don't celebrate
the ancient pagan festival of Saturnalia.
Gather round, kids,
it's time for Sheldon's beloved Christmas special.
In the pre-Christian era,
as the winter solstice approached and the plants died,
pagans brought evergreen boughs into their homes
as an act of sympathetic magic, intended
to guard the life essences of the plants until spring.
This custom was later appropriated
by Northern Europeans and eventually it becomes
the so-called Christmas tree.
And that, Charlie Brown, is what boredom is all about.
Okay, well, thank you
for that, but I got you and Leonard
a few silly neighbor gifts, so I'll just