Okay, here you go, you got
a strawberry and then a vanilla with sprinkles,
- extra whipped cream. - Thanks.
Wait a second.
Are you even allowed to be here?
You wanna trade?
That's ridiculous. Why can't I just...
Oh, you've gotta be shitting me.
- Haven't got that much. - Okay, what if we split it?
Split it with what? Does that even make sense?
Isn't this a nice surprise.
What are you doing here?
This is her new style.
- What do you think? - What's wrong with you?
You know she's not allowed to be here.
What is she, your little pet?
-我是你的宠物吗 -什么 不是
- Am I your pet? - What? No!
- Then why do you treat me like garbage? - What?
-你说奶奶病了 -对啊 她病了
- You said Nana was sick. - She is.
She is. She is sick.
-对 她生病了 -她生病了
- Yeah, sick-- she's sick. - She's sick.
She's super sick. That's why we're here, actually.
Yeah, we're shopping.
Not for us, but for her, for Nana.
- For Nana. - Also, we're here to get a gift for you.
Just, we couldn't find anything that suited you
and I only have, like, $3.50, so it's hard.
It's-- It's expensive.
Why do you lie?
I dump your ass.
- Now can we play D&D? - No.
He raised my property taxes, Jim.
Forced me off my land.
You can protest all you want, Henry,
you've just gotta go through the proper channels first.
Nothing proper about what that man did to us!
- To our town! - Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
That the right one?
That's a lot of color for you, Chief.
It's cutting-edge stuff, all right?
I'll start off with a Scotch, you can make that a double.
Very good, sir.
And I think we'll have a bottle of red, as well.
Very good, sir.
And how's your "Chee-anti"?
- Our Chianti is quite good. - Chianti.
Medium-bodied, with just a hint of cherry.
Women love cherries, huh?
All right, we'll have that and two-- two glasses, please,
one for, uh, me and one for the lady.
Very good, sir.
And what is this again?
This is a solenoid.
It's a coil, wrapped around a metallic core,
and when electricity passes through it...
It creates an electromagnetic field.
Now for the fun part.
- Shall we? - Yeah.
I... I don't see anything.
你看不见 但我向你保证 电磁场已经形成
You can't see it, but it's there, I assure you.
Our very own Clarke-Byers Electromagnetic Field.
Pretty neato, huh?
And this field affects any charged object in its vicinity.
- Just like my magnets. - Just like your magnets.
Okay, why is nothing happening?
Oh, because our field is stable.
But, if we reduce the current...
The magnetic dipoles tried
to orient according to the field, but--
No, no, no, I mean, how is this happening at my house?
You want my honest opinion?
One of your kiddos got up in the middle of the night,
bumped into the fridge, and knocked the suckers loose.
And the magnets at Melvald's?
- Apophenia. - Apo-what-o-whah?
You're seeing patterns that aren't there. Coincidence.
But what if...
I suppose some large version of this AC transformer could exist.
A machine of some kind.
But, in order to reach your house and downtown, gosh,
that would take billions of volts of electricity
and cost tens of millions of dollars.
But it is possible.
We cured polio in '53.
Landed on the moon in '69.
As I tell my students,
once you open up that curiosity door,
anything is possible.
"The week is long,
the silver cat feeds,
when blue meets yellow in the west."
I mean, it just...
it just can't be right.
- It's right. - Honestly, I think it's great news.
How is this great news?
I mean, so much for being American heroes.
- It's total nonsense. - It's not nonsense.
It's too specific. It's obviously a code.
- What do you mean, a code? - Like a super secret spy code.
-解释得太牵强 -这可不好说 真的吗
- That's a total stretch. - I don't know, is it?
You're buying into this?
Listen, just for kicks,
let's entertain the possibility
that it is a secret Russian transmission.
What'd you think they were gonna say,
"Fire the warhead at noon"?
- Exactly. - And my translation is correct.
I know that for sure, so...
"The silver cat feeds." Why would anyone talk like that