Richard and Emily Are Totally Freaked Out About Backpacking

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Gilmore Girls – Richard and Emily Are Totally Freaked Out About Backpacking

RORY: I’m so sorry I’m late. Hi Grandma, Hi Grandma.
RICHARD: Hello Rory.
LORELAI: Oh, now he closes the paper.
RORY: Hey, Mom, I stopped by the bookstore on the way here.
LORELAI: You got them?
RORY: I got ‘em!
EMILY: Got what?
LORELAI: Rory and I are starting to plan our Europe trip.
RORY: The day after graduation, we are gone.
RICHARD: Well, that sounds very exciting.
EMILY: Lorelai, what are these?
LORELAI: Those are guidebooks.
EMILY: “Europe Through the Backdoor.” “The Rough Guide to Europe.” What kind of guidebooks are these?
LORELAI: The cheap kind.
RORY: They have all the good information about backpacking and staying in hostels.
EMILY: Backpacking and staying in hostels?
RICHARD: Who’s backpacking and staying in hostels?
LORELAI: We are.
EMILY: No, you’re not.
RICHARD: What a ridiculous thought.
RORY: We are. We’re going to backpack around Europe.
EMILY: Yes, I know, it’s fun to tease your grandmother, dear. They’re going to backpack across Europe, Richard.
RICHARD: I heard, sounds delightful. Perhaps we should join them.
EMILY: That sounds wonderful. Tomorrow I’ll go out and buy some cutoffs.
LORELAI: Guys, we’re not kidding.
EMILY: You’re telling me you’re seriously going to traipse across Europe with your possessions strapped to your back and sleep in a room with thirty other people?
LORELAI: Yes.
RICHARD: No.
RORY: Grandpa.
RICHARD: It’s not safe. I forbid it. Call our travel agent.
RORY: But we want to be spontaneous. Jump a train to Paris, head off to Spain.
LORELAI: Oh no, it’s raining in Spain. But since the rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain. . .
RORY: Looks like Italy for us!
LORELAI: Mamma mia!
RICHARD: You can still travel around aimlessly and stay in a decent hotel.
LORELAI: We wanna do it cheap.
EMILY: We’ll pay.
LORELAI: No.
RORY: Grandma, it’s going to be fun, really.
LORELAI: Kids do this all the time.
EMILY: Yes, but you’re not a kid, you’re a grown woman. What are people going to think when they see a grown woman bunking down with a bunch of twenty-year-olds?
LORELAI: Well, if the twenty-year-olds are cute, they’ll probably think, “Lucky!”
RORY: Grandma, don’t be upset. It really is going to be great.
EMILY: What’s so traumatic about a night without a bed anyway? My survey shows those who have had the opportunity to be a refugee for a night have their perspectives broaden and actually enjoy the experience.” Richard, this book is encouraging them to sleep in a park like a squirrel.
LORELAI: It’s okay, Mom.
EMILY: My first trip to Europe, I went to Paris and stayed at the Ritz.
LORELAI: Well, I tell you what, if it’ll make you happy, we’ll go to Paris and eat out of their dumpster.

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Vocabulary

backpacking

hátizsákkal utazni és olcsó diákszállón megszállni

ridiculous

nevetséges

to tease sb

ugratni valakit

delightful

pompás, nagyszerű

cutoffs

olyan farmer, aminek le van vágva a szára és rövidgatya lett

to be kidding

viccelni

to traipse

csellengeni

possession

tulajdon

to strap sg to sg

valamit valamihez szíjazni

to forbid sg

megtiltani valamit

spontaneous

spontán

aimlessly

céltalanul

decent

rendes, normális

to bunk

emeletes ágyon aludni

refugee

menekült

to broaden

szélesít

encouraging

bíztató, támogató

squirrel

mókus

dumpster

kuka

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