The little light of mine - 福音歌曲
Well, I am happy to report that my potato salad
is once again the hit of the potluck.
- That's great, honey. ?- I feel bad for Pam Staples.
-很棒啊 老婆 -感觉对不起潘姆·斯特普尔斯
No one's touching her potato salad.
If you feel bad, then why are you smiling?
'Cause sometimes your mommy's a big ol' hypocrite.
Howdy, Coopers! How we doing today?
- Pastor Jeff. - Thank you, Pastor Jeff.
-杰夫牧师 -谢谢问候 杰夫牧师
Y'all remember my wife Selena.
- Hi, Selena. - ?Oh, yeah.
-你好啊 萨琳娜 -记得
You're married to her?
You can think it-- you don't need to say it.
How are you liking Medford, Selena?
Como te gusta Medford?
She needs to use the little girls' room.
Mary, could I talk to you for a second?
Don't worry. I'll bring her right back.
Wouldn't worry, but okay.
His Spanish is terrible.
That's not what she said at all.
I don't know if you've heard,
but our church secretary,
Elizabeth Sohinki, is currently seeking treatment
for a little problem with-- shall we say--
Oh. So that rumor's true.
?Well, she did always seem extremely alert.
Alert, shaky, sweaty. Anyway,
神经兮兮 摇摇晃晃 大汗淋漓 反正呢
we need someone to step in and fill the position.
I was wondering if you might consider it.
It's not just bookkeeping.
I'd be in charge of handling the maintenance issues-- you know,
plumbing, electric, what have you.
And I'd also head the planning committee
for all the social events,
which, of course, includes the big three:
baptisms, weddings, funerals.
And here is the cherry on top.
The sign in front of the church with all the clever sayings...
"Be an organ donor, give your heart to Jesus"?
Guess whose job it would be to write those.
Already working on a couple.
"The best vitamin for a Christian is B1."
You know, be one.
Like be a Christian.
And also B1 the vitamin.
Well, now that you explained it, it's funny.
Yeah. Might be a thinker.
But there's a lot more where that came from.
What about the twins?
Well, I'll still get 'em off to school every day.
And when they get home,
Mom can keep an eye on 'em till I get back.
Think she'll go for it?
Are you kidding? She loves 'em like crazy.
You come on. I'm in the prime of my life.
I got my water aerobics and my salsa dancing
and my bowling league.
But you love your grandchildren.
I love ice cream, too, but I don't want to eat it
3:00 to 6:00 five days a week.
Well, I'm very disappointed.
And I'm fine with that.
Why don't you just get a babysitter?
Kinda defeats the purpose of making extra money.
All right, let's think about it.
And I don't trust him when I'm home. ?Oh.
Okay, now, what are we talking about here?
Sheldon is intelligent and responsible,
and Missy... is his sister.
I think they'll be fine home alone
all by themselves for a couple hours after school.
- You think? - I do.
As a matter of fact, I actually think it'll be great for them.
These kids today are so coddled,
I honestly think y'all are raising
a whole generation of sissies.
Is that the way you speak about your grandchildren?
♪ Nobody else is stronger than I am ♪
♪ 世上没人比我强壮 ♪
♪ Yesterday I moved a mountain ♪
♪ 昨天我移了一座山 ♪
♪ I bet I could be your hero ♪
♪ 我相信我能当你的英雄 ♪
♪ I am a mighty little man ♪
♪ 我是个了不起的小家伙 ♪
♪ I am a mighty little man ♪
♪ 我是个了不起的小家伙 ♪
How'd it go with your mom?
She's not interested in watching 'em.
Doesn't want to give up her afternoons.
Of course. Sorry.
You know what, it's okay.
The timing wasn't right.
Maybe when the kids are older.
I guess I'll go get dinner started.
Go ahead and take the job.
Yeah, if it turns out
Sheldon and Missy can't look out for themselves
for a couple hours after school,
then... well, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.
Are you sure about this?
Yeah. Actually, probably good for 'em.
Teach 'em a little responsibility.
That's exactly what my mom said.
Well, I still like the idea.
Thank you, God, for this food we're about to receive,
and for the nourishment of our bodies,
and bless the hands that prepared it.
we have a little family business to discuss.
- You're pregnant? - No.
- We're getting a puppy? - No.
I'm not sure I care.
Starting next Monday,
I'm gonna take a full-time job at the church.
Well, who's going to take care of us?
Well, nothing will change in the morning-- I'll make breakfast,
take you both to school. Then, after school,
you'll come home, do your homework,
watch TV, play with your toys
till I come home around 6:00.
Well, why can't Meemaw take care of us?
- 'Cause she's not the person you think she is. - George...
You're really gonna leave these two alone?
That's a brave choice.
Look, this job is important to your mother.
We expect you both to step up and be responsible.
I'm thinking about it.
Okay, let's go over it one more time.
House key's under the plastic owl by the front door.
There's after-school snacks in the fridge.
One for each of you.
Emergency numbers are right there by the phone.
First aid kit is in the hall closet.
And you won't be needing it,
but under the kitchen sink is a fire extinguisher.
Ooh, that looks fun.
For fires only, and don't be starting one just to use it.
It's like she can read my mind.
We'll make you proud.
I know you will, baby.
All set for your first day?
Thanks for waking me up.
I woke you up 40 minutes ago.
Well, you didn't do a very good job.
Sorry to bother you, Peg, is Pastor Jeff available?
抱歉打扰了 佩佩 杰夫牧师有空吗
Jeff! You available?!
You know, my mother's had some luck cutting back on the smoking
by chewing that nicotine gum.
Got some right here.
Go on, you heard him.
Uh, you finding everything you need?
So, I've been going over the books,
and I think we have enough money in our budget
to purchase a personal computer
to handle all the church business.
Well, uh, why don't you leave the paperwork here,
and I'll-I'll take a look at it.
That's for your perusal.
Yeah. Right as rain.
Hey, if you have a minute,
I would love to talk to you about the sign out front.
They weren't kidding.
Maybe I'll just have one little peek.
How come you're not eating your snack?
I prefer my snack to be a reward for homework well done.
You're like an old person.
What's your homework?
I'm pretty sure she said "Symonyms."
Someone's out there.
Oh, no. They're in the backyard.
Would one of you please get me a towel?
Why were you sneaking around out there?
Yeah, you scared us.
I was checking up on you two.
And in case you're wondering, you scared me back.
要是你们关心的话 是的 我也被吓到了
Well, why didn't you knock?
Because you two are supposed to be doing this on your own.
And you don't think we can.
I'm the one who told your mother
that you were fine by yourselves in the first place.
Then why were you checking up on us?
That's called being two-faced.
We'll be okay on our own.
Yeah, we need to prove we can do this.
And I'm happy to keep this little incident a secret.
Really? I'm telling everyone.
I'm going bowling.
When we first started dating, everything was wonderful.
That's when it is wonderful.
All the problems started once we got married.
Well, marriage will do that to a relationship.
I-I got Selena a credit card
to make small purchases for the house.
You know... ...coffee maker, DustBuster.
You know what she did?
She went to that Sharper Image store
and she bought a massage chair.
Oh, I sat in one of those at the mall.
Oh. Well, seeing as I know how much you make,
you can't afford that.
Of all the afflictions
that can befall a child, one reigns supreme.
Beyond scraped knees and paper cuts,
nothing strikes fear into the hearts of kids around the world
I've got a splinter!
So, it's an emergency!
- We can take care of this. - No, we can't!
Sheldon, if we can't handle a little splinter,
they're never gonna leave us alone again.
So, what do we do?
Oh, boy. That's a deep one.
Hey, it's throbbing really bad.
Mom would take it out with tweezers.
Well, where would we find tweezers?
Let's see what we got.
It's gauze, and the fact that you don't know that
is not filling me with hope.
Where would Mom keep the tweezers?
- Sometimes she uses a needle on splinters. - ?No.
No needles. Anything but needles.
Wait, she has tweezers in her makeup bag.
She plucks her eyebrows with them.
And sometimes her mustache.
Maybe they're in her room.
We're not allowed to go in Mom and Dad's room.
Want me to get the needle?
Let's make this quick.
Why are you whispering?
That's how people speak when they're being naughty.
I wouldn't know.
I'm naughty all the time.
You're really not coming in?
No. But you're doing great.
This really is naughty.
I don't see anything.
There's just a Bible and a flashlight.
Answer it but sound calm.
How you guys doing?
and Sheldon's reading quietly.
I knew you could handle this.
- I'm proud of you. - You know what?
I'm proud of us, too.
I'll be home in a couple hours.
Stay out all night. We got this.
Wha... Love you, too.
I don't think I'm cut out for this latchkey life.
You answer it this time.
I can't; I'm supposed to be reading quietly.
Answer it, Sheldon.
Well, I'm not going in there.
Hello. Cooper residence.
How's your day going?
Shelly? Shelly? You there?
谢利 谢利 你在吗
She wants to know how my day's going.
Say it's going good.
It's bad grammar.
How are you supposed to say it?
"It's going well."
I've got to get back to work,
but I love you and miss you very much.
I handled that really well.
I just wanted to apologize.
I-It was wrong of me to unload my personal business on you.
Here it is, your first day and all.
Always happy to lend an ear.
Great, 'cause I didn't tell you everything.
Really? 'Cause you told me a lot.
This morning, while Selena was in the shower,
I went through her purse and I took the credit card.
Now, do you think that's stealing, or is it doing the right thing?
You know, saving us from bankruptcy and whatnot?
Wow. Um, yeah, that's complicated.
Um... going through her purse-- probably wrong,
but on the other hand...
...well, there is no other hand.
You can't be doing things like that
and have a healthy marriage.
Why don't you just talk to her?
Explain your financial situation?
Oh, we're closing the door now, okay.
That's not so easy.
Because of the language barrier?
That, and I implied, when we were dating,
that I was... well-to-do.
Oh, Pastor Jeff, why would you do that?
Uh, she is the kind of woman
that can make a man do bad things.
Well, I... I don't know what to say to that.
Maybe you ought to pray on it.
You're absolutely right.
God, please give me the strength
to not spread this juicy gossip about Pastor Jeff.
I'm reading quietly, so I don't have to lie about it later.
Mom's needles and her magnifying glass.
Let me at least try.
You're being a baby.
Nothing you can say will change my mind.
What if it gets infected and turns green
and they have to cut it off?
I think it's numb.
Great, put your hand out.
Wait, how do you plan on sterilizing the needle?
Mom uses a lit match.
We're not allowed to play with matches.
What else would work?
Stick your finger in there.
I'll do the needle.
Okay. I hope I don't get drunk.
How long till you're sterile?
but I'm getting lightheaded.
No matter what happens, hold still.
- Yes, you can. - ?No, I can't.
-你可以的 -不 我不行
Just let me get it.
What if you slip and stab me in the eye?
I'm not gonna slip.
Who always wins when we play...
In 1989 the Milton Bradley Company
had dozens of board games on the market,
but only one where you were the doctor.
Operation came complete
with a red light-up nose,
13 plastic body parts for players to remove
and, most importantly, one pair of genuine tweezers.
My sister performed a medical procedure using
a children's board game,
while I bravely sat very still.
I guess you could say there were two heroes that day.
- Hello? - In here.
Why does the kitchen smell like whiskey?
Wait till you hear what I did to Meemaw.