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Well,what exactly do you mean by embarrass you?

Well,for example,tonight,

no one needs to know that my middle name is Leakey.

But there's nothing embarrassing about that.

Your father worked with Louis Leakey, a great anthropologist.

It had nothing to do with your bed-wetting.

All m saying is that this party is the perfect opportunity for Penny

to see me as a member of her peer group,

a potential close friend,and perhaps more,

and I don't want to look like a dork.

Just a heads up,fellas.

If anyone gets lucky,I've got a dozen condoms in my quiver.


Hey. Sorry we're late.


It's 7:05.

And you said the party starts at 7:00.

Well,yeah,I mean,when you start a party at 7:00,

no one shows up at,you know,7:00.

It's 7:05.

Yes. Yes,it is.

Okay. Well,um,come on in.

So,what,are all the girls in the bathroom?

Probably,but in their own homes.

So,what time does the costume parade start?

The parade?

Yeah,so the judges can give out the prizes for best costume.

You know,most frightening,most authentic,

most accurate visualization of a scientific principal.

Oh,Sheldon,I'm sorry,

but there aren't going to be any parades

or judges or prizes.

This party is just going to suck.

No! Come on,it's going to be fun,

and you all look great.

I mean,look at you,Thor,

and,oh,Peter Pan. That's so cute.

- Actually,Penny,he's Robin Hood. - I'm Peter Pan.

And I got a handful of pixie dust with your name on it.

No,you don't.

Uh,hey,what's Sheldon supposed to be?

Oh,he's the Doppler effect.

Yes. It's the apparent change in the frequency of a wave

caused by relative motion between the source of the wave and the observer.

Oh,sure,I see it now.

The Doppler effect.

All right,I got to shower.

You guys,um,make yourselves comfortable.


See? People get it.

By Odin's beard,this is good Chex mix.

No,thanks. Peanuts.

I can't afford to swell up in these tights.

I'm confused.

If there's no costume parade,what are we doing here?

We're socializing,meeting new people.


Oh,hey,when did you get here?


Penny is wearing the worst Catwoman costume I've ever seen.

And that includes Halle Berry's.

She's not Catwoman. She's just a generic cat.

And that's the kind of sloppy costuming

which results from a lack of rules and competion.

Hey,guys,check out the sexy nurse.

I believe it's time for me to turn my head and cough.

What is your move?

I'm going to use the mirror technique.

She brushes her hair back,I brush my hair back...

She shrugs,I shrug.

Subconsciously she's thinking,"We're in sync. We belong together."

Where do you get this stuff?

You know,psychology journals,Internet research,

and there's this great show on VH-1 about how to pick up girls.

Oh,if only I had his confidence.

I have such difficulty speaking to women,or around women...

or at times even effeminate men.

If that's a working stethoscope,

maybe you'd like to hear my heart skip a beat?


No,seriously,you can.I have transient idiopathic arrhythmia.

I want to get to know Penny's friends,

I just… I don't know how to talk to these people.

Well,I actually might be able to help.

How so?

Like Jane Goodall observing the apes,

I initially saw their interactions as confusing and unstructured.

But patterns emerge.

They have their own language,if you will.

Go on.

Well,it seems that the newcomer approaches the existing group with the greeting,

"How wasted am I?"

Which is met with an approving chorus of "Dude."

Then what happens?

That's as far as I've gotten.

This is ridiculous.


embarrass [ɪmˈbærəs] vt. 使局促不安;使困窘;阻碍 {gk cet4 cet6 ky toefl ielts gre :7138}

um [ʌm, əm] n. (Um)人名;(柬)温;(阿拉伯)乌姆 int. 嗯(表示迟疑) { :7325}

socializing ['səʊʃəlaɪzɪŋ] n. 交往,交际 v. 社交,交际(socialize的现在分词形式) { :8348}

dude [du:d] n. 男人,小伙子 n. (Dude)人名;(德、塞)杜德 n. (非正式)花花公子;纨绔子弟 { :8373}

apes [eips] n. [脊椎] 猿;猩猩;类人猿(ape的复数) v. 模仿;仿效(ape的三单形式) {ielts :8577}

sloppy [ˈslɒpi] adj. 草率的;粗心的;泥泞的;肥大的;稀薄的 {toefl gre :9466}

transient [ˈtrænziənt] n. 瞬变现象;过往旅客;候鸟 adj. 短暂的;路过的 {cet6 ky toefl gre :10341}

fellas [ˈfeləz] n. 伙计们,小伙子们; <俚>伙伴,伙计,小伙子( fella的名词复数 ) { :10720}

quiver [ˈkwɪvə(r)] n. 颤抖;箭袋;震动 vi. 颤抖;振动 vt. 使…颤动;抖动 {cet6 ky toefl ielts gre :10746}

sync [sɪŋk] n. 同步,同时 vt. 使同步 vi. 同时发生 { :13010}

visualization [ˌvɪʒʊəlaɪ'zeɪʃn] n. 形象化;清楚地呈现在心 { :13979}

stethoscope [ˈsteθəskəʊp] n. [临床] 听诊器 vt. 用听诊器诊断 {gre :18070}

subconsciously [ˌsʌb'kɒnʃəslɪ] adv. 潜意识地 { :18542}

unstructured [ʌnˈstrʌktʃəd] adj. 无社会组织的;松散的;非正式组成的 { :19413}

arrhythmia [ə'rɪθmɪə] n. 心律不齐,[内科] 心律失常 { :20474}

halle [ ] n. 哈雷(德国城市) { :22873}

pixie [ˈpɪksi] adj. 调皮捣蛋的 n. 小精灵,小仙子 { :23634}

Goodall [ ] [人名] [英格兰人姓氏] 古多尔住所名称,来源于古英语,含义是“金盏花+隐匿处”(marigold+nook,recess); [人名] [英格兰人姓氏] 古多尔职业绰号,酿酒人或店主,来源于中世纪英语,含义是“好+浓啤酒,麦牙酒”(good+ale,malt liquor) { :24172}

dork [dɔ:k] n. 笨蛋;呆子;阴茎 n. (Dork)人名;(英)多克 { :24877}

effeminate [ɪˈfemɪnət] adj. 柔弱的;女人气的 n. 女子气的男人 vt. 使柔弱;使无男子汉气概 vi. 变得无男子汉气概;变得柔弱 {gre :27156}

Thor [θɒ:] n. 托尔(北欧神话中司雷、战争及农业的神) { :27779}

doppler [ˈdɔplə] adj. (奥地利物理学家)多普勒的 n. 多普勒效应 { :28432}

idiopathic [ˌɪdɪə'pæθɪk] adj. 先天的;自发的,特发的 { :29060}

telepathically [ˌtelɪ'pæθɪklɪ] adv. 心灵感应地;传心术地 { :35550}

Leakey ['li:ki:] n. 李基(姓氏) { :41349}

bed-wetting [ˈbedwetiŋ] n. 尿床

catwoman [ ] 猫女(美国动作片)

chex [ ] [网络] 神州快递;陈曦

competion [ ] [网络] 竞争;比赛;和竞争

a dork [ ] [网络] 不入流的人

a handful [ ] [网络] 一小撮;极少数;难以掌控的人事物

a handful of [ ] det. 一把;一小撮;少数 [网络] 少量的;少数的;少数几位

Doppler effect [ ] n. 多普勒效应(即声波、光波等按声源、光源等相对于观察者的传播方向的变化而变化) [网络] 都卜勒效应;都普勒效应;杜普勒效应

Doppler effect. ['dɒplər ɪfekt] un. 多普勒效应频移 [网络] 都卜勒效应;都普勒效应;杜普勒效应

in sync [in siŋk] abbr. in synchronization 在同时,同步; perfectly synchronized 完全同步的(代号)

Jane Goodall [ ] [网络] 珍古德;古道尔;家珍古德

Louis Leakey [ ] [网络] 人类学家李基博士;人类学家路易士李基;李奇

peer group [piə ɡru:p] n. 同龄群体;社会地位相同的群体 [网络] 同侪团体;对等体组;对等组

Peter Pan [ ] na. 彼得潘〔苏格兰剧作家 Barrie 剧作中永远不会长大成人的主角〕 [网络] 小飞侠;小飞侠彼得潘;潘裕文

pixie dust [ ] [网络] 仙尘;仙尘技术;精灵之尘

relative motion [ ] [网络] 相对运动;相对移动;相对间隙

Robin Hood [ ] na. 罗宾汉 [网络] 侠盗罗宾汉;罗宾汉传奇;侠盗·骄雄

skip a beat [ ] [网络] 心跳加快;下一跳

so cute [ ] [网络] 好可爱;真可爱;太可爱了

swell up [swel ʌp] v. 隆起 [网络] 膨胀;肿胀;肿起

the doppler effect ['dɒplər ɪfekt] n. 多普勒效应(即声波、光波等按声源、光源等相对于观察者的传播方向的变化而变化) [网络] 多普勒启示

the observer [ ] [网络] 观察家报;观察者;观察者报

to suck [ ] [网络] 吮吸;吸吮;吮吮

to swell [ ] [网络] 肿胀;介;肿起

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