Growing Pains Season one  成长的烦恼第一季台词


Jason: I gotta figure out a way to get the morning paper without having to give Ellen Kussman a free diagnosis.

Maggie: Well, is my story in?

Jason: They've made a terrible mistake.

Maggie: What?

Jason: Well they've put your story on the front page.

Maggie: Are you serious?... ahahaha.. woooowee!

Jason: Major long island developer offers bribe to county officials, by Margerat Beaver

Maggie: oh no!

Jason: No, Margaret Seaver.

Maggie: Oh honey I owe you for this, if you hadn't moved your practice home, so I could try my career again, I'd never be on page one.

Jason: Well if you think you owe me one, next time they give you a bi line why dont you have it read Mrs. Jason Seaver.

Maggie: Don't hold your breath.

Jason: So much for credit.

Maggie: Well I better change before work.

Jason: These aren't your work clothes?

Maggie: No. When I put this on this morning I was a page three writer, and now I have to

dress for page one

(carol 从客厅过来)

Carol: I need a good job

Jason: No! don't be a fool, stay in school!

Carol: No, no. Today's the day that we're supposed to observe someone at work so that we can do a talk about it tomorrow at career day. I was all set to do Michael, Cathy Dunn's dad. He's a stockbroker.

Jason: Uh ha!

Carol: And cathy just called to tell me, they've fired her dad after thrity-two years with the company.

Jason: Ohh?

Carol: Talk about wrecking my morning!

Jason: Well you know, you do know some other people with interesting jobs.

Carol: Name one.

Jason: Somebody very close to you happens to be a dedicated profesional , who also heads up a family, and is a pretty snappy dresser.

Carol: Of course... Mum!

Jason: I was talking about me Carol!

Carol: But Dad, I need somone with a real job. Mother.

Mike: Dad, I think i'm sick.

Jason:(不理) Carol, you know some people think that psychiatry is a real job.

Mike: Fine fine, don't believe me.

Jason: Uh!

Mike: Look dad i'm sick. Here take my temperature.

Jason: Ok. Oral or the old fashioned way?

Jason: A hundred and one.

Mike: Alright, no school!

Ben: I'll have a fried egg, over-easy, two strips of bacon, a slice of cinnamon toast, with just a touch of jelly.

Jason: There's oatmeal on the stove.


Carol: Mom says it's a great idea. Mike, I'm not going to school today. I'm spending the whole day recording mom.

Mike: I'm spending the whole day at home doing nothing.

Carol: Hi guys.

Mike: Oh honey, i've gotta run. I don't want people saying that now Maggie's a star reporter, she's coming in late.

Carol: Starts with a quick chip to the people she calls her family. A hapless day, in the typical pall mall world of a great reporter, begins.

Mike: Oh and Jason, could you do that extra load of laundry if you get a chance?

Carol: With petty thoughts of home behind her, she heads off, into the cruel, unknown that is... the real world!


Jason: What are you doing?

Mike: Healing!

Jason: Look, if you're well enough for video games, I can have you at school in fifteen minutes.

Mike: Oh I hope i'm not too much trouble dad.

Jason: If you're head clears, remember those school books are right in front of you

Mike: Now i'm hearing bells

Jason: Ellen Cussman, i'm so busy right now, but please come in.

Ellen: I can only stay a second. I wanted to know if I could borrow some dry yeast from you. I was going to go to the stores this morning, but my legs were so tired. I don't know if it's the pills that the doctor gave me or if it's the weather that's causing...

Ellen: Hi Mike.

Mike: Hey, i'm sick

Jason: I'll get the yeast.

Ellen: Thankyou.I wanted to bake some bread to go with the soup that I made. Now i'm coming down with a cold. Can you believe it? All year long it's been one thing after the other. Now i've got a bunion on my big toe!

(Door bell rings)

Miller: Doctor Seaver, you've gotta help me. I feel like a woman trapped in a man's body.

Jason: Not a very pretty one either. Hi good to see you, come on in. You remember Maggie?

Miller: I thought I did!

Jason: This is Ellan Cussman our next door neighbour, Dr Miller.

Ellen: Oh, so you're a doctor too. I have a terrible pain right here, below...

Jason: Dr Miller's a veterinarian

Ellen: There's a bald spot on my shnowzer. It's really funny. Right here, he's got this thing that.

Jason: I know you can't stay.

Ellen: Nice to meet you Doctor.

Doc: Nice to meet you dear.

Doc: Thanks for not telling her i'm a psychiatrist.

Jason: I'm in between patients. Hal do you want to come in the office.

(正要进屋,看见Mike在弄游戏卡。Mike 只好把游戏卡交给老爸)

Doc: This is your office?

Jason: Hal, working at home is great, really.

Doc: I can see why you left your position at Long Island General.

Jason: Alright, let’s get it over with . You're going to tell me all the reason you think I was foolish to quit.

Doc: No, I'd rather show you my latest book.

Jason: Wow "Sexual disfunctions of middle age".

Doc: I figured you could use it!

Jason: Well at least you're now writing something that you know about.

Doc: Why don't you let your nurse get that

Jason: Uh.. She's at lunch.

Doc: It's nine am!

Jason: She's a large woman but i love her!

Jerry: Good morning sir. How are you? I'm Gerry from Rapid Roofing

Jason: Oh, well our roof is fine thank you.

Jerry: your garage leaks like a sieve

Jason: Who said that?

Jerry: The lady next door with the bald headed dog The thing with..

Doc: I'd kick him out right now

Jason:No its all, hey, woo listen

Mike: Hey dad. I think I'm well enough to watch T.V.

Jason: As long as you don't enjoy it.

Doc: Oh, it's a really exciting little practice you got here Doctor.

Jason: Well it's not usually this quite. Most of the time this house is crawling with people with mental problems.

Doctor: Year, you wish. Alright Jason. Enough of this male bonding. I wanted to tell you that I'm leaving long island general

Jaosn: After all those years?

Doc: Year, i think it’s time to move on, do something really worthwhile for a change. I'm gonna do talk radio in La.

Jason: L.A.

Doc: You never run out of patients out there. The board of directors wants me to pick my successor , and i'm picking you.

Jason: Me?

Doc: Yeah! Who better? You know you once told me that you wanted to run this department by the time you were forty. Well, you are gonna be three years ahead of schedule.

Jason: Are yoiu kidding?

Doc: I never kid about work or underware.

Jason: This is incredible. This is the kind of opportunity I've uh... I can't take the job.

Doc: What!

Jason: You see Maggie. I have a deal with her now HAL. She's taking a shot at her career.

Doc: Jason, this is head of the entire department!

Jason: I can't! She's really rolling now HAL. She was on the front page this morning. Did you see it?

Doc: No! Look, Jason, how often do you get a chance like this?

Jason: Department head at thirty seven. It's imposible

Doc: Jason, promise me you'll at least think about it?

Jason: Al, my life right now is..

Jerry: Dry rot , you're about to lose the whole ceiling.

Carol: we're back in the eye of the storm of the frantic , fast pace news room of the Long Island Daily Herald . Dozens of reporters race around the room feverishly . Now what are you doing mom?

Maggie: I'm looking for a teabag. Ah, there it is.

Carol: Then what are you gonna do?

Maggie: Well first I'm gonna make myself a cup of tea; then I'm gonna talk to Susan Rush, my city editor about the follow up story I've been working on. Hey Carol, you should talk to Susan. She could tell you all about a newspaper career. She's an editor, a woman, young, articulate , and she's a very sweet person.

Susan: Maggie, about your article.

Maggie: aha.

Susan: I just got a call from a Joseph k. chadway, the builder you accused of bribing county officials, in the story I ran on page one this morning.

Maggie: Aha.

Susan: Joseph k. Chadway was a little angry at being accused of bribary.

Maggie: I'll bet.

Susan: Since the man you were meant to accuse was Joseph A. Chadway.

Maggie: Holy Moly.

Susan: Exactly what our lawyer said!

Maggie: Oh Susan, I don't know how...this possibly...could have...

Susan: I just can't believe, you did't double check the name. I mean that's about as basic as it gets. Maggie I am pulling you from the follow up, and getting a real reporter.

Maggie: Well, was I right? Is she nice or what?

Mike: Uh uh. (watching TV on and off)It's on. It's still on.

Jason: She'd have to quit...again. And now I'm talking to myself, that's another reason to take the job.

Mike: Hey dad!

Jason: What is it Mike?

Mike: Gilligan's Island is on every day at three thirty.

Jason: Mike I'm very busy, I'm trying to make a chart.

Mike: Dad, Dad, it's on whether I watch it or not. Gilligan the skipper too, the millionaire, his wife, the professor, and...

Jason: Marianne?

Mike: Exactly.

Jason: Mike, what's the point?

Mike: It's not on for me, it's just...on.

Jason: Mike, are you starting to realize that the world doesn't revolve around you?

Mike: Well, yeah, I guess I am.

Jason: Well, congratulations, you know you've hit upon one of the basic ideas in the philosophies of Camu.

Mike: ahh. Killer whale?

Jason: No Mike, that's Shamu. Excuse me I have to empty the dryer.

Mike: Hey Dad look, I can even show you.

Jason: Na, that's O.K. thanks.

Mike: School bus! Hey Dad!

Jason: What. What is it?

Mike: Don't you see. If Gilligan goes on without me, so does my school. You know all day today life went on, even though I wasn't there.

Jason: Mike this is your first philosophical realization. I'm proud of you. See, you can learn from T.V.

Mike: Dad, all day today life went on without me, and you too.

Jason: Well, I'm not sure...

Mike: But dad, don't you realize, the world doesn't need us any more; it does just fine without us.

Jason: Oh, speak for yourself Mike.

Mike: Gosh, if I feel like this after just one day, how do you feel? I mean you're stuck here every day.

Jason: Stuck? Michael, I'm not stuck. I'm here because I wanna be here. Now if you'll excuse my laundry's calling. Coming socks!

Mike: Trapped, just like the castaways on Gilligan's Island. Ah for reality Autura???

Carol: Dad, Dad!!

Jason: Hi Carol, you're home early, where's mom?

Carol: parking the car, listen, I don't have much time to explain. Mum has had the worst day her entire life.

Jason: Why?

Carol: Now you can't do or say anything to upset her. O.k?

Jason: Well what happened?

Maggie: Hi honey!

Jason: Hi. Home early huh?

Carol: Dad, I told you not to upset her.

Maggie: Carol, I'm o.k. Now I appreciate your concern, but as I told you all afternoon I'm fine.

Jason: What happened.

Maggie: Oh, I had a disagreement with my editor.

Carol: Dad she made mum look like a complete...

Maggie: Carol

Carol: I've got it on tape dad, you decided.

Maggie: No, now Carol you just don't understand, that when adults talk to adults, sometimes they yell. Haven't you seen the new Jack Clugman show?

Carol: Sure, sure, that must be it.

Jason: What happened?

Maggie: Oh, no big deal.

Jason: Good, cos the way she was carrying on, I thought it was the end of the world.

Maggie: No

Jason: Hey, you remember Hal Miller, the doctor from Long Island general. Well he came by here today and...

Maggie: (crying) Oh Jason..

Jason: what?

Maggie: I've never been so humiliated in all my life.

Jason: Honey, why?

Maggie: It's not being yelled at that really bothers me, but...or even making the mistake to begin with, but I used a K instead of an A.

Jason: NO

Maggie: In a man's name.

Jason: Well that's not so bad

Maggie: He'll probably sue us, because we said he was a felon.

Jason: That could be trouble.

Maggie: But you know what really really got to me?

Jason: What?

Maggie: It's what kept going through my head when Susan was yelling at me.

Jason: What?

Maggie: That instead of working, I could be home doing the laundry....and it sounded good.

Jason: Oh, you weren't thinking straight.

Maggie: Jason it's time I faced a few things and I need your advice.

Jason: O.k.

Maggie: O.k. Over these past years, I've had alot of fears about going back to work. Can I pick up where I left off eighteen years ago? Can I compete with people, half... three quarters my age? Do I really want a career, or is it the idea of having a career, that I love? Am I being fair to the kids? Am I being fair to you? So I did what you always do: I started two lists.

Jason: Good.

Maggie: One of reasons to keep my job- see it's blank; and the other, reasons to quit. Look at it.

Jason: Bread, milk, pantyhose...

Maggie: No, the other side.

Jason: Well, uh, this is quite a list.

Maggie: so, what do you think?

Jason: Are you asking me, if I think you should quit?

Maggie: yeah.

Jason: Well it's interesting that you should ask me this today of all days.

Maggie: Oh honey, I need your advice. I know you'll be fair and objective.

Jason: yeah.

Maggie: See you were the one that advised me to go back to work, when in your heart of hearts, you didn't want me to.

Jason: Well, I did yes.

Maggie: Yes, and I love you for it.

Jason: Thank you.

Maggie: So I know you'll be fair and objective here too, even if you really wanted me to quit, because I know that staying at home has to be getting to you. Should I quit?

Jason: Oh, that's tough Maggie.

Maggie: Honey, what do you think?

Jason: Well, I think that err, if you think that you made a mistake going back to work, then I think that err, then you should err, do something about it.

Maggie: Well I guess that's all there is to say.

Ben: Mom, I just heard, and I still love you even if you are a rotten reporter.

Carol: Good morning!

Ben: Save it, it's just me.

Carol: Then get out of my chair.

Ben: I was just warming it for you.

Mike: Out of the chair squirt.

Carol: Where's Mom?

Ben: She left for work early to clear some things up with her boss.

Carol: How do you know?

Ben: I'm small, people forget I'm around and say all kinds of things.

Carol: You guys should have told her that you still believe in her, and that you're behind her.

Mike: Hey Mum doesn't need to hear that from us, just as long as dad's around. That's what he's here for. That's why people get married; so that there's at least one person to say you're o.k when you know you're just a crummy bag of dog meat.

Jason: Mike, you're absolutely right. You guys are gonna have to clean up and lock the door when you leave. I'm gonna go and catch your mom before she makes a mistake.

Carol: She shouldn't give up just because of one little mistake.

Mike: Mom knows that. I mean she had another kid after you were born didn't she?

Ben: That's funny.

Maggie: Here, you said yesterday that you wanted a real reporter to do the follow up to my story. Well you've got one: me. You find anything wrong with that then I'm out of here for good. But if you don't find anything wrong with it then, I expect you to use it because it's as good as anything anybody can do in this office...

Susan: You're right.

Maggie: ...and I don't think it's very fair that you just....what?

Susan: I said, you're right.

Maggie: Oh...I..

Jason: She doesn't know what she's saying, she doesn't mean a word of it.

Susan: what?

Maggie: Yes I do.

Jason: No you don't.

Maggie: Yes I do.

Jason: I just want you to know that I don't want you to quit.

Maggie: Quit? I am not going to quit.

Jason: No?

Maggie: No.

Susan: No.

Jason: This isn't the Daily Planet? Excuse me. Louis!! Clark!! Jimmy!!

Maggie: Jason, what were you thinking?

Jason: At which embarrassing point?

Maggie: Are you trying to get me fired?

Jason: No, I came down here to keep you from quitting.

Maggie: Yesterday you told me to quit.

Jason: Well that was bad advice.

Maggie: That I relied on.

Jason: Well today I rushed down here to stop you from following it. Why didn't you follow it?

Maggie: Because it was bad advice.

Jason: O.k I admit it. I liked the idea of you coming back and taking over the house. I've been feeling trapped.

Maggie: And you saw Long Island General as a way out?

Jason: You knew about that?

Maggie: When I was leaving this morning I happened to find this. Reasons to take the job.

Reasons to turn it down.

Jason: Guess you probably read it too.

Maggie: Yep. Both columns. Jason why didn't you tell me about the offer?

Jason: Well, because I didn't want it to seem like I was telling you to quit, so that I could pursue my opportunity...which I was.

Maggie: You really want to take Hal's offer don't you?

Jason: I considered it, and then I made out this list. And it came out clearly against.

Maggie: Jason, it's nine to one in favor of taking the job.

Jason: Yes, but the one reason not to; the one called Maggie, that's more important to me than all the rest.

Maggie: You're terrific.

Jason: Hey well, it's only fair. You know, I guess it's my turn to stay home with Gilligan and the skipper and.... We gotta ask Mike he's the new philosopher of the family.

Jason: Mr. Pearlo's feelings of paranoia have been greatly reduced, by the realization of the fact that he is indeed universally disliked. On the bright side...

Carol: dad!

Jason: In here Carol, hi honey, how was careers day?

Carol: Well see I realized most jobs hang by a slender thread. So I decided not to do mum's job, and I did Emily Sullivan's father's job instead.

Jason: ahh, what does do?

Carol: He's a clerk at the unemployment office.

Mike: Hey great news dad. If I heard it once I heard it a hundred times today, when I was

sick, every teacher mention that it wasn't the same there without me disrupting class making stupid comments.

Jason: That's great news?

Mike: Well it