lunes, 15 de diciembre de 2014

00:02 I certainly heard his music, so.
00:04 Yeah, sure. And you guys, you still hang out with him? He spent time together?
00:08 We're still good friends. And I bump into him all the time.
00:13 You should be more careful.
00:17 Stevie is a martial artist.
00:19 He is?
00:22 Once in awhile when he gets close to you, he will kind of nudge up to you and kind of like take two fingers and go like that.
00:30 Really? -- Like he's cutting your throat.
00:33 You have taught him anything?
00:34 He taught me, man. -- Really?
00:38 Wow. -- You have to watch out for Stevie.
00:40 Yeah. Especially on the road. Definitely.
00:44 So -- you were very nice to do something for us.
00:48 We've got a guard security -- we make fun with Guillermo and everything, but behind the scenes, the rest of our security team, top notch.
00:56 Would you agree with that?
00:58 Frightening.
00:59 I think that's another accurate way to put it.
01:03 Steven came in earlier today to -- work with them.
01:08 Not that they need help but to take it to the next level.
01:12 To take them from top notch to top notcher.
01:15 Yeah.
01:16 I thought that I might learn something from them, so, I came down.
01:19 That didn't happen, but here, let's take a look, steven seagal, training our security team.
01:37 you're doing security for mr. Kimmel here.
01:40 Let's say he's jimmy, right, like this.
01:43 And let's say this person is coming to assault mr. kimmel.
01:47 And she comes in to grab him.
01:49 Now, you're -- the guard, what are you going to do.
01:51 Grab him.
01:54 That's it?
01:55 No, wait a minute. She went too fast.
01:58 Real bad guys might move fast.
02:05 Keep in mind, when she comes to grab him, she may be trying to hit him or anything. Okay. Okay?
02:13 I'm jimmy kimmel, look at me, I'm jimmy kimmel.
02:20 Steven seagal, he's like one of the biggest movie stars in the world, and come down to it, he's just like you and me.
02:28 You're embarrassing me.
02:31 But what's going to happen?
02:34 If somebody tries to hurt jimmy kimmel?
02:37 You are going to stop him this time.
02:44 If anybody can whip us into shape, Steven can.
02:47 Do you think I'm proud of your abilities? Yes. Absolutely. Yes. Yes. No.
02:54 When he comes with his hands out like this, as his hands are out, one thing you could do is, the finger -- I'm supposed to be Jimmy Kimmel.
03:04 It's exciting to work with Steven Seagal. He's tall. He's handsome.
03:18 You ready? And go.
03:21 Okay, I got it. I got it.
03:26 Why are you way back there?
03:28 Because they were attacking each other. I wanted to stay away from them.
03:32 I'm embarrassed that you guys are calling yourselves security guards.
03:36 I would like to [ bleep ] the [ bleep ] out of steven seagal.
03:43 I'm Steven Seagal, jimmy kimmel live security.
03:47 There you go.
03:48 Steven Seagal lawman airs wednesday nights at 10 on a&e.
03:51 Thanks, steven.
03:53 We'll be right back with lea michele.
04:06 Hi there, we're back.
04:08 Still to come, eddie pepitone.
04:10 While most 8-year-olds were getting hit by dodge balls,
04:12 our next guest made her broadway debut in Les Miserables since then she's been in "spring awakening" in Fiddler on the Roof and " you can see her now on the big hit show "glee," the first season of Glee will be available on dvd ON DECEMBER 29th AND "GLEE: The music volume 2" is in stores now.
04:26 That's what it looks like. Please welcome Leah Michelle.
04:43 Hi. Congratulations.
04:44 How are you? I'm good.
04:46 How are you? I am great.
04:48 Things are going great for you. Everybody loves the show. It's a big hit.
04:52 It's about a glee club. It is.
04:53 Are there glee clubs?
04:55 I never heard of the glee club itself. I started on the show but ...
05:00 Kids are starting glee clubs.
05:04 Glee club was a common thing -- did you have one?
05:07 I was not -- I was much cooler than that.
05:09 Did anybody had a glee club? I was busy playing collar coll clarinet in the band.
05:15 We still need to beat up by the Glee Club. Really? So they are like cool. I don't know.
05:21 Did we have one?
05:23 Do you still play?
05:26 I might play it tomorrow with the mighty mighty bo bosstones when they are on the show.
05:35 You started on broadway at 8 years old, so you probably didn't hear much of anything in the way of clubs at school.
05:40 I didn't. I mean I tried to dabble in little things here and there but i auditions for my first show when I was 8.
05:48 A friend of mine was auditioning and I was like, I'll go for fun just to kind of, I don't know, sort of jealous she was getting to do it and I went, as well, and then I got it. And I've been here.
06:00 Did she get in the play also? -- No. -- Oh, no.
06:05 Seems -- that happens -- that's the story.
06:07 She's a writer now and she's brilliant.
06:09 Okay, good. At least she has something.
06:13 Everybody always asks. They're like, what happened to your friend?
06:16 I was like, everything is fine. It's a story of a twist of fate.
06:21 We're sick people. That's why.
06:23 The show for that time was lame as well was -- oh, no.
06:28 I have a picture Look at the ears!
06:33 Oh, yeah. -- I don't understand.
06:36 Where did they come from?. They're not like that now.
06:39 Um -- you look homeless in this picture.
06:42 Thank you. Thank you.
06:45 I was. -- Character is homeless, right?
06:47 Well, basically, yeah.
06:49 Very -- but that's -- wow, that's got to be some experience at 8.
06:52 And then you did that show "spring a awakening," your lead role, right?
06:57 Yeah, pretty big deal.
06:58 And then -- How old were you when that show was running?
07:02 I think when we opened on broadway I was 20, so, but i started working on it when I was young.
07:09 I did the workshops and stuff like that.
07:10 It was a pretty sort of intense role. I think that being on "glee" now is a nice break from all that.
07:18 That's a serious play. My brother went to see that -- and?
07:23 Why didn't you come to see it?
07:24 I don't know. Who knows why.
07:27 But -- probably a game on that night or something.
07:30 Probably something like that.
07:31 But there was, like, you were in a sex scene -- yes.
07:36 Did you hear?
07:37 You get that on broadway, people making noises?
07:40 Something just like what just happened.
07:44 I mean, it's pretty amazing.
07:45 It wasn't until I came back to see the show that I was like, oh, my god, I did that every single night.
I was like, cover your eyes!
07:54 What did you do?
07:55 It was a simulated sex scene. Very tastefully done.Real, really beautiful.
08:01 But you know, you run into your nights when you have someone who is maybe had a little bit too much to drink and -- The other actors?
08:09 No.
08:11 Suddenly you're pregnant on stage.
08:13 You don't know how it happened. No.
08:14 You mean in the audience.
08:16 What do they do?
08:17 My co-star jonathan, he


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I bump into him: me encuentro con el; nudge up: empujar; top notch: primera categoria; accurate: exacto; grab: agarrar; whip: azotar; dabble: incursionar; twist of fate: giro del destino; homeless: desamparado.

miércoles, 19 de noviembre de 2014

00:00 Gentleman, tonight: The immortal Hulk Hogan!
00:28 Hulk, it's great of you to join me tonight. Hulk, you'll be squaring off against Shawn Michaels at SummerSlam. Now that Shawn Michaels, he's a tough guy, isn't he?
00:38 LET ME TELL YA SOMETHING, BROTHER: This is a dream match, brother. One that I've always dreamed of, brother. I got news for ya: I'll be 102 years old, brother, by the time I step into the ring at SummerSlam.
00:49 Every day the Hulkster wakes up that he's not dead, brother, he's living upon his time.
00:54 Let me ask you a question, Hulky: Are you a bad guy or a good guy?
00:59 Well, on camera, brother, I'm a great guy. But when that camera goes off, brother, it's a different story, brother, ho-ho.
01:07 Brother, brother�-brother, brother, BROTHER!
01:13 So Hulky, do you still like the wrestling?
01:17 Are you kidding, brother? I love it. It's in my blood, brother! It's also in my knee, brother, and in my hip, brother.
01:24 But I just can't seem to shake it, brother. And when you shake too hard brother, it's gonna be in my back. Do you know what I mean, brother? BROTHER! Brother�-brother, brother.
01:34 Okay, don't you think you're a little old for the wrestling?
01:38 I got news for ya, Larry-brother. It's not how old you are brother, it's how old you feel. And I feel 157, brother!"
01:50 Hello my question is for Hulk: When will I see you again here in Battle Creek?
01:57 Again in Battle Creek? That would imply that I would have ever gone to Battle Creek, brother.
02:02 The Hulkster only makes the big towns, brother!
02:06 Haha, now come on, come on, let's be serious. How are you gonna stand in the ring with this Shawn Michaels? I mean, he's the showstopper, he's the icon.
02:16 He's a real tough guy. Here, take a look.
05:08 Bro�-ther�-
05:11 Hulky, what's gonna happen at SummerSlam?
05:14 Well, after seeing that, brother, I've obviously got some serious politicking to do, backstage with Vincent K. McMahon.
05:20 You see, brother, Shawn Michaels is obviously an amazing athlete, brother. But he never quite made it to the upper tier, brother.
05:27 You see, after I've walked out the WWE, brother, I've decided to go make even more money somewhere else, brother, they gave them all to Shawn Michaels.
05:36 But he didn't quite get the job done. You see, he's got more important things on his mind, like becoming the greatest 'wrestler' that has ever stepped to the ring, brother.
05:45 He's more concerned about going out there each and every night, brother, and stealing the show. Brother, he works just as hard in Battle Creek, Michigan, brother, than he does in Madison Square Garden, brother.
05:57 See, the Hulkster, brother, he's got a philosophy, brother. Once when people are in the building, brother, you've already got their money in front pocket, brother.
06:07 But Shawn Michaels, brother, he'd rather go out there and nearly kill himself every night, brother, just to make sure those people get their moneys worth, brother.
06:16 But you see something, it's not gonna matter. It's not gonna matter, brother.
06:23 Cause, you know Mean Gene, brother, when the Hulkster�-
06:27 Larry King�- Larry King.
06:29 Whatever Larry, I'm selling tickets here, brother�-.
06:35 WHATCHA GONNA DO, brother, when the Hulkster comes at you, Shawn Michaels, at SummerSlam, brother. We're gonna hulk up, brother, you and me, for the first time in history, brother.
06:44 The first time, brother, the last time, brother, the only time, brother. And when that bell rings, brother�- OHOHOHO BROTHER�- �- AAAAH, BROTHER, BROTHER, AAARGH, BROTHER, BROTHER�-
07:33 Hulk Hogan, you've got your reality show: 'Hogan Knows Best'. At SummerSlam, what are you gonna do�- when reality, kicks right in your face?


squaring off - tough guy - hip - upper tier
squaring off : peleando; tough guy: hombre amenazante; hip: cadera; upper tier: grada superior;


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0 9:55 When I first came to Smackdown, my goal was to... to write a new chapter in the Book of Ezekiel.
10:03 It was supposed to be an epic tale of total domination.
10:09 I decided... no, I promised myself that I was gonna make an impact. That's why I joined The Corre.
10:20 You know, the first when we came to Smackdown we took this show by force. We... we just took over.
10:29 But because of who? You know, the same night I've hoisted a 500 pound giant and slammed him.
10:42 It made me think. Do I need The Corre, or do they need me? That's why I left.
10:54 But they just wouldn't let me walk away.
11:02 So for the last... for the last two weeks I've taken a beating. I'm man enough to admid that I've taken a beating.
11:20 But they cannot break me. I'm not a man that could be broken.
11:30 They've unleashed... they've unleashed a force that cannot be stopped, that will not be stopped.
11:37 I will not rest, I will not sleep until they've all suffered.
11:46 Wade Barrett, you will be the first to suffer. It is written in the Book of Ezekiel that the reign of your championship will come to an end. Because I am the personification of domination.


tale - hoisted - slammed - unleashed
tale: historia; hoisted: alzado; slammed: estrellado; unleashed: liberado;

martes, 18 de noviembre de 2014

06:35 Last week I proved that there is only one dominant giant on Smackdown, and his name is not the Great Khali.
06:51 The fear that I instilled into the heart of Khali's pathetic, helpless brother Ranjin Singh is the mark of a true monster.
07:04 Khali has never been a monster.
07:10 I saw that look as I left him lying face down and helpless.
07:17 It was a look that required no translation. It was weakness.
07:26 The source of Khali's weakness is obvious. Khali has compassion, emotion, Khali actually cares!
07:44 He cares while I detest. At Summerslam I will put an end to the myth of the Great Khali once and for all.
08:07 Khali, I've never been afraid of you, but you'd better be afraid of me.


fear - instilled - helpless
fear: miedo; instilled: inspire; helpless: impotente;

miércoles, 12 de noviembre de 2014

RAW 31/03/08: Shawn Michaels Apologize por Lordi72
01:57 You know, I'm, eh... I'm feeling a lot of emotions right now and none of them are all that particularly good, ehm...
02:09 You know, I was asked to do a job, I was asked to be the Showstopper, I was asked to be Mist....
02:27 I was asked to be Mr. WrestleMania and I don't know how I feel about that...
02:43 I had a job to do last night.
02:46 Ric Flair asked for my A-game and that's what I gave him. I have, I have too much respect and love for Ric Flair to have given him anything less.
03:04 I had a chance, last night, to pull the trigger... and I did.
03:14 And now the career of the greatest wrestler who ever lived...
03:25 is over. And I'm the man responsible for it...
03:35 That is a, eh... that's a burden...
03:40 that's another burden that I get to carry with me the rest of my life... Lucky me...
05:19 Look, you did what you had to do and personally, I think it should have been done a long time ago


A-game - pull the trigger - burden
A-game: rendimiento; pull the trigger: terminar la accion; burden: carga;
01:15 Finally, The Rock has come back to Worcester!
01:31 Undertaker, by getting involved with The Rock's match last week you did one thing.
01:38 And that is directly check yourself in to the Smackdown hotel!
01:48 Undertaker, do you think you impress The Rock by coming out here with your Undertaker symbol and claim to steal the souls of all those jabronies?
01:57 Do you think you impress The Rock by taking your eyes and rolling them up into the back of your head?
02:06 Well, The Rock says, if you really wanna impress The Rock, then you will come to King of the Ring and you will put the WWF Title on the line and go ONE ON ONE WITH THE GREAT ONE!
02:26 And Undertaker, when The Great One's music hits: 'Do you smell what The Rock is cooking',
02:32 and 20,000 asses are standing on their feet with goosebumps running through their body, all chanting The Rock's name, 'Rocky, Rocky'
03:05 then, Undertaker, you bring your monkey ass to the people's ring and you come and you try to sacrifice The People's Champ. But here's the twist:
03:16 instead, Undertaker, of taking your eyes and rolling them up into the back of your head, The Rock says that you take your entire 33 pound head, turn it backwards like The Exorcist, have it roll down your back, catch it with both your hands.
03:33 And then, Undertaker, The Rock says, take your own head and proceed to shove it directly up your candy ass!
04:10 All right, young man, sing-along time is over. What you're doing is, you're out here - your mouth is writing cheques your ass can't cash.
04:32 What you fail to realise, boy, is, I've crippled more people than polio.
04:38 You can't be first, but you can be next. So in response to your nursery rhyme, let me put it like this, Rock.
04:50 It's time for you to go to the learning tree. King of the Ring - I accept.
05:00 No,no no. Wait a minute.
05:07 Hold on, I know you're eager to defend the WWF title. I understand that.
05:19 But Rock, what makes you think you are worthy of being the number 1 contender?
05:26 As far as I'm concerned, the only thing electrifying about you these days are thosegaudy shirts you wear!
05:37 It's alright. You want a shot at the Undertaker at the King of the Ring for the WWF title? No problem.
05:46 Just this little hitch. Tonight, in that very ring, in a non-title match you must be victorious.
05:56 You must win the match, Rock. One way or another, tonight to get your title shot at the King of the Ring. What about it, Rock?
06:14 The Rock says not only will he whip his monkey ass at the King of the Ring but he will do it tonight. If you smell what The cooking!
06:44 Hey Rock, stop the Rock's music. Since this is a night of stipulations we have a stipulation for you this evening between you and the Undertaker.
07:56 And Rock tonight, you will find out exactly what that stipulation is five minutes before you come out. If you smell what the Macs are cooking! Now hit the Rock's music.


jabronies - nursery rhyme - crippled - gaudy - hitch
jabronies: perdedores; nursery rhyme: tema de guarderia; crippled: lisiado; gaudy: llamativo; hitch: obstaculo;

martes, 11 de noviembre de 2014

00:00 Between "lost" and "the vampire diaries," our next guest has spent most of his tv career either dead or undead.
00:06 You can watch "the vampire diaries" thursday nights at 8:00 p.m. on the cw.
00:09 Please welcome Ian Somerhalder
00:32 thegals are very excited.
00:36 Can I ask you a question, I love your loud ... but why , are there no ugly vampires?
00:42 You're talking to one. -- Yeah.
00:45 You have very excitable fans.
00:46 How did the fans of the new show compare to the fans of "lost" who were alsorapid but maybe in a different way?
00:53 Well There's a decibel level difference.
00:56 There's more screaming?
00:58 It's definitely louder. It's awesome.
01:01 You brought some like videotape, just kind of to demonstrate the loudness.
01:06 Just a little -- You shot this on your cell phone?
01:09 A little taste. I shot this on my iphone.
01:01 Ok. Take a look. Look at this.
01:13 This is what, a convention of some kind?
01:17 Yeah, this is in Miami.
01:20 And this is one of the small ones. This one was of the most exciting.
01:26 This one was -- Flashlights for vampires?
01:28 Oh, wait a minute.
01:30 That must have been the twi hards or something like that.
01:34 Hey, is it true you still haven't seen the "lost" finale?
01:37 I saw it in bits and pieces and I finally saw the end.
01:41 When? -- About a week ago.
01:43 What, why did you wait so long?
01:45 Because -- it was -- I don't know why. I've been shooting.
01:50 You were shooting.
01:51 I've been working. I was there.
01:54 It was the most incredible -- it really was -- I'm so glad they brought me back.
01:57 It was the most incredible human experience -- Being on "lost" or watching -- the end scene was all of us.
02:04 All of those chairs from those seasons of Lost every single person's chair was in this, like, circle.
02:11 You saw the names on all the chairs.
02:13 All of our names were there. And we all shot that scene together.
02:17 It was just sort of -- end of this amazing era of storytelling and -- you know what I mean?
02:23 Yeah. Well Sure you know and for me, it was like the end of my life.
02:25 Yeah. I saw you have a picture of Matt Fox in the dressing room that I'm in. -- Yes, I do.
02:31 I figured that was a good sign because he's my brother -- Jack is always watching over us, yes.
02:38 Now, you tweeted today that you were going to bring me a pizza, which, by the way, all guests should do, just fyi.
02:45 But you own a pizza parlor ,apparently.
02:48 My brother-in-law and my sister and I have a pizza place in Sun Valley, Idaho.
02:53 One of the most beautiful places in the world.
02:54 Yeah, I've been there.
02:56 What's the name of the pizza -- IT'S called McClane's pizzeria and we rock.
03:02 Why is it called McCLANE'S -- Because my brother-in-law's named McClane.
03:06 He's like this big tatted earring guy.
03:12 He looks like Mr. Clean.
03:14 Like a really good looking version of mr. clean.
03:16 But he has a recipe, at2 pizza recipe it's thirty years old
03:20 and I franticallybaked pizzas because the hotel that I live in here well, when I'm here, i live in the [ bleep ] not the chateau like every other actor.
03:32 Is it good to give out your address on television?
03:33 Oh, no, why did I just ... Oh My God -- oh, We'll bleep it out but -- that was stupid.
03:42 I want you guys to promise not to go there.
03:45 Yeah, so -- that's so stupid.
03:48 Yeah, yeah. -- Whoa.
03:50 Might want to switch to another hotel.
03:54 They were supposed to bake the pizzas and the guy who owns it is one of my close friends and he said, look, man, I can't, there's a health code problem.
04:02 I can't prepare -- I can't bake anything someone else prepares.
04:05 He shouldn't be your friend.
04:06 People like that -- No I ... it's services business. I don't want to get him in trouble.
04:10 So I found out about this at about 10 after 5:00.
04:14 Supposed to be car pickup at 6:00.
04:16 You're making excuses for your pizza -- no, I'm not making -- i ran -- well, I drove frantically to one of my best friend's houses and Ibaked these pizzas for you.
04:24 That's very nice of you.
04:25 You have for our margarita pizza, you have to do fresh tomato and basil on after you bake it -- Oh, after your break it -- bake it.
04:35 The cheese is not melted?
04:37 The cheese is melted.
04:38 But you don't want to put the tomato on top to the pizza because before you after you bake it
04:45 When you cut it, you don't want to squish all the tomato into the cheese.
04:49 Is that your specialty, the margarita pizza?
04:52 It's pretty good, man.
04:55 Guillermo, come in from God's heeding ....
04:58 He's probably eating those pizzas out there.
05:02 I hope so too.
05:04 Thank you, Guillermo.
05:05 Hold on, let me get you a little -- there, that's for you.
05:07 Thank you. Thank you very much.
05:10 I left my wallet in the green room.
05:11 Give me 4 back.
05:13 I don't have any cash.
05:14 I'll get it from you later.
05:15 Is this hot? -- It should be warm.
05:19 I have to try it.
05:21 We had to warm it so the basil's now a little drier.
05:24 I can't imagine you making pizza but -- it's pretty good.
05:30 That's atasty pizza.
05:31 Idaho is known for its pizza, number one.
05:36 It's pretty tasty. -- I like that.
05:37 You got a lot of oregano on there.
05:39 Good across could be a littlecrispy out everytime with your friend.
05:42 No because I had a ... he needed a ticket ...
05:45 Let's eat the whole thing right -- let's do it.
05:49 Eat the whole pizza.
05:51 Before social distortion comes out.
05:55 This is awesome. -- This is very good.
06:02 You're serious about this.
06:03 Like, you went to a pizza convention even?
06:06 Oh, my Gosh. Yeah. But they had full-on like -- uniforms.
06:12 Who did?
06:13 The other pizza makers.
06:16 And all I saw were people's nostrils because their noses were turned up to us the entire time who is a teacher.
06:23 You had to have T-shirts. You can't just show up out t-shirts on.
06:26 No.
06:27 I'm going to ask John Bravados or someone to make us
06:32 Some sort of designer or T-shirts? -- the most incredible ball like uniform aprons and we're going to go there next year.
06:39 You ever deliver these pizzas because I think you could make a lot of tips probably.
06:53 Well that's very good to see you.
06:55 Thank you for bringing the pizza.
06:57 Eat the end because ... you know what, this is not our normal crust.
07:00 I had to -- It came all of the way from Idaho. I can understand. I will leave the end.
07:04 The whole thing's pretty good. Thank you for being here. Ian Somerhalder, everybody.
07:09 Vampires eat pizza too. It airs thursday nights on the CW.


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gals: chicas; rapid: rapido; videotape: cinta de video; fyi: para tu informacion; pizza parlor: salon de pizza; baked: horneado; tasty: sabrosa; crispy: crujiente; crust: corteza;

sábado, 30 de agosto de 2014

00:03 [applause] vampires are still hot, you know?
00:04 they really are. You can't beat a good vampire.
00:06 our next guest plays a bad boy blood sucker Damon Salvatore from the cw hit series The Vampire Diaries please welcome ian somerhalder.
00:20 ian, look at you! Good to see you. how are you, buddy? -- Good to see you.
00:25 Hi -- hi.
00:26 Good to see you. -- I like your vampire entrance music. -- Thank you.
00:32 Oh, Ian Ian. Yeah, it is good see you -- Good to see you as well
00:35 everybody knows it's vampire walk-on music.
00:40 That's what I -- I hear that in my sleep.
00:43 ian's originally from new orleans. Modeled there for a long time. And wound up here in new york city. Still modeling, huh?
00:51 At the time, yes. It's a long time ago.
00:53 yeah, sure.
00:54 And I just past the building I was living in. -- Oh really?
00:57 This is like 1995.
00:59 Yeah you lived in one of those model houses with a bunch of models?
01:02 Yeah, it was pretty cool when you're 16 and I don't think anyone was over 20. -- right. Of course not.
01:12 Sheet metal. Summertime.
01:14 tanning. -- Oh, yeah.
01:17 feeling good and looking strong.
01:20 no food in the refrigerator. No.
01:23 The 3-year-old bottle of mustard.
01:26 that's it.That's right.
01:30 But since then, things have changed and you've done quite well including you were on "lost" for a year, right? Which has become a big abc hit.
01:39 it is. And I was here.
01:41 that's right. Right after they killed me. This was my last stop.
01:46 did the dinosaur get you? -- yeah.
01:49 Dinosaur. tell me the truth. You don't care anymore.
01:51 You're off the show.
01:53 Do me a favor. Tell me the truth. What is killing off all the people on the island? You don't care.
02:59 You're on another series, another network.
02:01 Is it a dinosaur or not?
02:03 the flu.
02:04 the flu?
02:06 I keep seeing the shadow of a dinosaur.
02:10 I fell 30,000 feet off a 767 and survived.
02:15 And I fell 30,000 out of a beach craft and died.
02:21 I don't know.
02:22 listen. I used to work on a soap opera and I know that death is not enough to kill a character.
02:28 Are you coming back? -- I am.
02:30 I knew it! Death never kills anybody on a tv show.
02:34 I'm really thankful and really happy that those guys figured that all out. It's fun. I flew back. I already we want back.
02:41 10-Hour night there, 10-hour flight back and then I was on the ground for 24 hours.
02:47 So in a 40-hour period.
02:48 we're talking about Lost -- yeah.
02:51 is it a flashback?
02:54 you can't reveal. What if ...
02:55 Damon would shoot me. -- Really?
02:59 I can be persuaded ...
03:01 make him talk.
03:02 We're going to take a break and come back and talk about "the .....
03:10 deeply.
03:12 back now with ian somerhalder.
03:15 We're going to talk about this new series now, "the vampire series" but there was another series a few years ago before this.
03:23 "Trueblood," that you went up for. -- Oh, no.
03:24 And what happened there?
03:27 I bombed the audition with alan ball.
03:29 what does that mean?
03:31 I just couldn't... I couldn't... I just... I blew it.
03:36 And I couldn't... and I was reallybummed and I couldn't watch "trueblood" at all.
03:43 Because I was really sad.
03:45 So that along comes "the vampire diaries" and you give it another try.
03:48 And I got this one -- Really?
03:49 Was hard, but I got it.
03:51 And now, I can watch "true blood"
03:58 when I was acting and like any job that I auditioned for that I didn't get, i couldn't watch and eventually, i threw my television off the window.
04:07 I couldn't even watch commercials.
04:09 I think there's a legality factor.
04:12 but vampires continue to be hot, right?
04:13 The audiences love them.
04:15 It's an interesting thing. yeah.
04:20 is there anything different about your vampire in this, "the vampire diaries" series?
04:24 As an anecdote about my vampire ...
04:26 Vampires are vampires, right?
04:28 No, mine is the coolest one though.
04:30 what makes your vampire so cool?
04:33 Because he -- I don't know. He dresses well. Gets all the girls.
04:38 yeah.
04:38 He's got the best lines.
04:39 Kevin Williamson likes the best lines.
04:41 He is such a good dialog writer ... he writes the best conversations.
04:46 he is the best. Does the best.
04:47 but this is about a high school girl who is in love?
04:50 Yeah, really original story.
04:56 mortal girl finds herself in love with a vampire.
05:01 And then sort of in this weird triangle with him and his brother. -- a-ha.
05:07 oh, you're the brother.
05:10 You're the brother and you're also the vampire.
05:12 I'm the brother and the vampire.
05:14 We're having so much fun doing this.
05:16 I want to know when did vampires become sexy and not scary?
05:20 I remember being afraid of vampires. -- Yeah.
05:22 When I was a kid, I remember it being scary.
05:33 bites you right in the throat.
05:36 You want me to?
05:35 but all of a sudden, you get a good-looking guy like this.
05:39 do you think that count chocula paved the way?
05:43 I think he sweetened the deal.
05:47 that is good.
05:50 Good one.
05:51 well "the vampire diaries on the cw. Ian, good luck on this one, baby, ok? -- Thanks.
06:00 I don't think I'm going to die now. -- no. -- Don't you die.


wound up - tanning - mustard - soap opera - I blew it - bummed - sweetened
wound up: termino; tanning: bronceado; mustard: mostaza; soap opera: telenovela; I blew it: lo arruine; bummed: deprimido; sweetened: endulzo;
00:02 Yeah
00:07 Wao! you look tremendous. -- Thank you, thank you so much.
00:10 Is there something different about you? Yeah.
00:13 Have you lost weight? What's going on here?
00:51 I'm going through a bit of a growth spurt, dave.
00:18 Yeah. I'm growing-- I'm growing I'll tell you in ways I can't even speak about on television.
00:23 Well, what's parent is theseemingly large feet.
00:27 Yeah, I think it's the new testosterone cream I'm using.
00:32 I put a little dab on my wrists in the morning, rub it in, and next thing you know I feel like anthony quinn!
00:40 I touch you, you're pregnant. You will carry my child to term. I'm anthony quinn.
00:46 This entire audience is pregnant!
00:49 Wow. In addition to-- I noticed on the back an appendage that makes no sense.
00:57 Yeah, well, they're my pine angel wings.
01:02 You see, this is really something I put every once in a while to signify my awkward spiritual journey.
01:09 Because I really honestly I feel like I have a lot of peace in my soul right now and I love people but if you hit me, I'll take your eye out and I'll feed it to you.
01:20 I'll feed it right to you. Sure.
01:23 So as part of the journey you haven't really arrived
01:25 I haven't gotten theforgiveness thing down - Right - But i do honestly I ... Honest to god, I really feel peaceful. I feel like ...
01:33 Can you elaborate on this?
01:36 It's a feeling like you're in heaven already.
01:38 Everywhere you go there's a little bit of heaven. And I think it's everywhere. I think it's all around us.
01:45 It's not just afterlife. It's here. This is a gift right here.You know?
01:55 just waiting for the end to-- to have it happen.
02:00 It's like opening a birthday present, and while you're opening the present you're saying, "what else have you got for me: That's right. - You know - It's wrong.
02:07 It's really here.
02:08 And you just have to open up your heart and look a little closer.
02:12 For example, what are we talking about practically speaking? - I don't know.
02:15 Biff, Can I have you come out here for a second?
02:19 Hi biff. - Henderson.
02:23 For example when you look at biff, you know, on face value, when you first look at his face you think, well ok here's a guy who is under a lot of pressure.
02:35 he might be in a little bit of pain, he might have a little bit of guilt and possibly some moral compromise in there.
02:43 But now if you look really, really closely and open your heart. - Sure.
02:49 Do you see? Do you see that? Do you see the love? Yes.
02:55 That's not biff anymore. That's a champagne super nova.
03:00 That's god disguising himself as biff. OW, THAT'S BEAUTIFUL. That's right. Yeah.
03:05 Now look at me.
03:06 Yeah, let's see.


growth spurt - seemingly - little dab - rub it in - wings - once in a while - forgiveness
growth spurt: crecimiento rapido; seemingly: aparentemente; little dab: pequeño toque; rub it in: lo frote; wings: alas; once in a while: de vez en cuando; forgiveness: perdon;

lunes, 21 de julio de 2014

01:05As you all know, the black cloud continues to loom over Jeff Hardy's head.
01:16And it will continue to do so until Jeff sucks it up,
01:20I came out here tonight to get some things off my chest.
01:36Some things that I tried to communicate with Jeff Hardy, but of course, as usual,
01:42he wouldn't listen.
01:46But tonight Jeff, I'm going to force you to listen.
01:56You've been through a lot this year, Jeff.
01:59A lot of ups, a lot of downs. A lot of highs, lows.
02:10You couldn't compete in WrestleMania last year because you were suspended.
02:15You were out having a little too much fun.
02:20Me, on the other hand?
02:23I couldn't compete in an actual match at WrestleMania because I was injured. I had a legitamite injury.
02:33But from day one of your suspension, no one cared about Matt!
02:37No one gave a damn about me or my injury.
02:47Everyone wanted to know about Jeff:
02:50Is Jeff getting the help he needs?
02:54Is Jeff gonna be returning to the ring? What is Jeff thinking?
03:05Jeff, you didn't have a care in the world at that time.
03:08You went about business as usual. You locked yourself in your studio and recorded songs,
03:15you painted pictures, you refused to be responsible for your own actions.
03:23And like always, everyone expected Matt Hardy to come in and pick up the pieces!
03:37And you did suffer a very unfortunate amount of accidents, Jeff.
03:45You were attacked in a stairwell, your car was run off the road,
03:52there was the accident with the pyro...
03:56I mean, who could have done this to you Jeff? Was it a group of people?
04:03Does someone hold a grudge against you? Or maybe it was just one person.
04:14But there is one day in particular that I remember very strongly, Jeff.
04:20That was shortly after you got suspended.
04:25You'd been out for several days, your music blasting, your dog barking,
04:30and you and Beth decided to leave your house.
04:37And while you were gone, you received a call from me.
04:44And I said: Jeff, Jeff, your house is on fire.
04:50Your house is on fire, man.
04:56And I couldn't go outside and watch it.
05:07I could only picture in my mind you losing everything you worked so hard for:
05:15'Matt, what about my dog? What about Jack, man? What about Jack? Is he okay?'
05:28Well, we all know what happened to poor little Jack.
05:36He didn't make it.
05:42And sometimes accidents turn into tragedies that are incredibly hard to believe.
06:12Jeff, do you remember this? Or what's actually left of it?
06:24I found this the day after everything you ever owned went down in flames.
06:30I found it. It was in a heap of ashes.
06:36And I've been holding on to this, Jeff, for a very long time.
06:44I decided I'd give it to you when the time was right, and well,
06:49the time is right now.
06:53So I want to give this to you as a token.
06:58As a token of my love. A token of my love for my brother, Jeff Hardy.
07:58This is so hard to believe.
08:03You're behind all this. The stairwell... the car crash..
08:11you tried to blow me up.
08:14I never thought my own flesh and blood could be capable of something so horrible.
08:21Don't bring up my house, man, come on. Don't bring up my dog, man.
08:26Don't bring up everything I love.
08:30You want to hurt me, don't you. You want to hurt me, don't you, Matt?
08:35You HATE me, Matt, don't you?
08:39You don't love me, you HATE me!
08:42But you know what, Matthew Moore Hardy?
08:45You hate yourself more than you could ever know.
08:50Because you're sick, you're twisted, you're demented...
09:00and so am I.
00:24 The first thing I would like to say is YES! YES! YES!
00:40 Now, I could talk about myself all night, but I'ma put AJ on the spot.
00:51 AJ, tell me... no, no, no...
00:54 tell everyone what it's like to be in love with the World Heavyweight Champion.
01:09 Well, in a word: It's heaven.
01:20 Nobody really knows this but Daniel caresses me.
01:29 And he has the softest lips.
01:36 And sometimes at night we spoon.
01:47 Danny...
01:50 We discussed, you not call me Danny in public. It's Daniel.
01:58 I'm sorry. Daniel is brave, courageous, generous...
02:18 As a vegan his body is his temple.
02:27 His mind and spirit are pure.
02:36 And above all of that he make me feel safe.
02:46 And that's why I really enjoy cuddling.
03:03 That's a little personal.
03:06 It's true, isn't it? It's true.
03:15 Daniel Bryan is a great lover.
03:33 And at WrestleMania?
03:37 And at WrestleMania he's going to make that big Irish brute tap out.
03:46 And therefore?
03:48 And therefore he will continue on his path of becoming the greatest of all time.
03:56 Let's hear it for AJ.
04:03 And better yet, let's hear it for me!
04:09 YES! YES! YES! YES! YES!
05:12 No disrespect to AJ, but before I came out here I actually threw up in my mouth.
05:20 I can still taste it. It's bad.
05:24 Seriously, AJ, c'mon. You really think your boyfriend Daniel here is brave and courageous?
05:31 Really? Serious? You know what I think?
05:37 I think you're a sniffling little coward.
05:46 And AJ says your lips are so soft?
05:50 Fella, I don't even want to go there.
05:58 But I tell you where I do want to go. And that's WrestleMania.
06:07 Because if you don't like being called Danny...
06:09 My name is Daniel!
06:34 Well, Danny Boy...
06:38 I can call you Danny Boy, right? Actually I think it's a great name from Danny Boy.
06:59 If you don't like being called that you sure as hell aren't like being called former World Heavyweight Champion!
07:14 Seriously though, at WrestleMania I'm gonna kick your teeth down your throat.


caresses - spoon - courageous - threw up
caresses: acaricia; spoon: acariciar; courageous: valiente; threw up: vomite.