美剧 | 糟糕历史：油炸叔精选版（2011） | 导航列表
*Terrible Tudors, gorgeous Georgians
*Slimy Stuarts, vile Victorians
*Woeful wars, ferocious fights
*Dingy castles, daring knights
*Horrors that defy description
*Cut-throat Celts, awful Egyptians
凶残维京 冷血罪行 远古的惩罚*
*Vicious Vikings, cruel crimes, punishment from ancient times
*Romans, rotten, rank, and ruthless
*Caveman, savage, fierce and toothless
*Groovy Greeks, brainy sages
*Mean and measly Middle Ages
*Gory stories we supply
*And your host is Stephen Fry
*The past is no longer a mystery
Hello and welcome to Horrible Histories.
The show that lets us, for a moment,
forget about the madness of the world around
and focus instead
on the complete and utter madness of the world as it used to be.
Wolsingham, what happened to you?
The Queen threw a slipper at me, again!
What did you do this time?
I told her she had a short temper.
You idiot, you know that makes her angry.
I know. Have you finished her portrait yet?
It's getting there, but...
I'm petrified, what if she doesn't like it?
Then you'd better hope she's in a good mood.
- Is she ever? - No.
Where's my portrait?
I can't look, it's grotesque!
鼻子硕大 一嘴烂牙 满脸是疤
The hideous nose, rotten teeth and pockmarked skin.
Wolsingham, have that man relieved of the burden of his head!
Ma'am, you are looking into a mirror.
This is the portrait.
鼻子娇小 牙齿闪亮 肌肤白皙
Petite nose, perfect teeth, porcelain skin.
Why, however did you manage to capture my good looks?
Well, my lady, I just did an exact copy
of the only portrait you've ever liked.
- As per your order. - Splendid.
Do me another,
and see if you can capture my regal beauty again.
I think it looks nothing like her.
I heard that!
Elizabeth I very carefully stage-managed her image.
Her looks had been destroyed by smallpox scars
and the ravages of lead-based make-up,
so she issued facsimile portraits of herself from earlier years,
rather than letting people see how she really looked.
Elizabeth was a great patron of the arts,
and towards the end of her reign,
became a big fan of William Shakespeare.
Largely because he, too, made her look good.
Whilst Shakespeare may not have given us the word sycophantic,
he clearly understood the concept.
Though there are a great many words and phrases
that the Bard can rightly call his own.
May we have our next contestant, please?
Hello. Your name, please?
- William Shakespeare. - And your occupation?
One that doth make words to dance upon the page
and thence into the ear of the throng.
I'm sorry, I don't quite...
- I write plays. - Right, well, why didn't you just say so?
- And your chosen specialised subject. - Phrases what I made up.
William Shakespeare, you have two minutes on
phrases what you made up starting from now.
To be or not to be, that is the question.
- I know it is. - I'm sorry?
I know that's the question, you've just asked me it.
不 我的问题是 这话是不是你首创的
No, the question is, did you make it up?
You just said the question was to be or not to be.
To be or not to be, that is the question
IS the question.
Oh, yes, I see. Yes, I did make that up.
Correct. Good riddance.
I've only just arrived.
No, did you invent the phrase good riddance?
-是的 -正确 金子般的心
- Yes, I did. - Correct. Heart of gold.
Thank you, that's very flattering.
No, were you the first person to use the phrase heart of gold?
Yes, I was.
Correct. Dead as a doornail.
Yes, that is one of mine.
Henry VI, Part 2, the sequel.
Correct. Wild-goose chase.
Oh, yes, that's mine. Are they still using that?
是啊 正确 敲啊敲 谁啊
They are indeed. Correct. Knock knock, who's there?
No, that's wrong. You say "Knock knock," and I say, "Who's there?"
-不是 这是不是你首创的 -什么
- No. Did you invent it? - What?
- Knock knock. - Who's there?
-不 -不 是谁
- No! - No, who?
Did you come up with the phrase "Knock knock, who's there?"
-是的 -正确 老天爷啊
- Yes, I did. - Correct. For goodness' sake!
- That's one of mine, too. - Correct.
All the world's a...
- I've started, so I'll finish. - No, that's one of yours.
Correct. William Shakespeare,
at the end of that round, you've scored eight points.
Sorry, is this what you do for entertainment nowadays?
Yes, it is, yes.
I think I prefer the theatre.
"I think I prefer the theatre."
- Get out of the chair now. - OK.
Diseases were rife in the Middle Ages.
你可能患上 坏血病 麻风病
You could get a nice dose of scurvy, a spot of leprosy,
or some good old Black Death, which, in 1348,
killed more than half of all the people in Europe.
So, thank heavens for cutting-edge Middle Ages medicines.
保罗 能听到我说话吗 别担心
Paul, Paul, can you hear me? Don't worry,
darling, the ambulance is on its way.
让开 让开 中世纪医疗人员
Make way, make way! Historical paramedics.
Are you from the hospital?
不是 从中世纪穿越来的 他怎么了
No, from the Middle Ages. What's happened here?
It's my husband, he went all dizzy and he passed out.
What be his name?
-保罗 -保罗 听得到吗
- Paul. - Paul, hear ye!
-听得到吗 -听得到我吗 保罗
- Hear ye, Paul! - Can ye hear me, Paul?
He looks like he's fainted.
Nigel, I need a dead chicken.
A dead chicken, what on earth is that going to do?!
Nothing, it's dead.
It's not the chicken we need, it's the feathers.
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