Ew. Are you doing laundry on the stove
like in olden times?
Oh, my God. Are we poor?
I knew Dad's magic shop would destroy us.
No, it is my Aunt Becky's favorite tomato soup,
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and I am bringing it to her
because she's recovering from a stroke.
Is she the mean one you guys used to be so scared of?
Oh, God, yes, especially Uncle Mitchell.
老天 是的 特别是你米奇尔舅舅
It was like he was a weak gazelle
and she was a hungry, homophobic cheetah.
No offense, but that soup stinks.
No, it smells fine.
Is someone burning Frisbees?
No, that's not it.
Oh, look at you all dressed up.
Coming with us to watch Uncle Mitchell sweat?
No, Arvin's dad is in from London,
and he wants me to meet him.
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You're not hungover.
Hair's conservative, no cleavage.
Oh, my God. You're trying to make a good impression.
Shut up. I am not.
I see how hard you work at this relationship.
You woke up early to watch soccer
and you called it football.
It's been three months,
and everyone knows Liverpool is having a cracking good year.
Still, meeting a parent is a major relationship milestone.
Claire, you're getting my hopes up,
and I still haven't recovered from Andy.
And don't even get me started on Dylan.
I get nostalgic every time I see someone sleeping in their car.
- You nervous? - No.
And even if I were, I've got it covered.
I've got these new stickers from NERP.
So, our latest product
is the most amazing scientific breakthrough --
Oh, you're a genius.
What an amazing time we live in. I can't.
So, they're designed to reduce stress
and to help you boldly pursue greatness
by scrambling the rational part of the brain
that asks, "Does this seem right?"
Anyway, since I can't test on laboratory rats,
I'm gonna need you guys to try them.
So, wait -- No one here has a pacemaker
or lawyer parents, right?
I'll go see what room Becky's in,
or we can just feel for which doorknob is cold.
Phil, Phil. Did you see what's across the street?
菲尔 菲尔 你看到街对面有什么了吗
- An escape room. - Oh, I did.
No, we're not doing that.
She also said no to ice cream.
Escape room? What is that?
Oh, it's a themed room that they lock you in,
and then you have to solve puzzles and clues
to, um, you know, escape.
Or they cut off your finger?
- It's just for fun. - Yeah.
Oh, but then that lowers the stakes.
Okay. She's in Room 208. Let's go.
好了 她在208号房 我们走
Jay, did you hear that
there is an escape room across the street?
- We're not doing that. - Why not?
Because when you get in a stressful situation,
you start to scream,
and I'm not taking that show into a locked room.
Yeah, and this one gets panicked if he's stuck in traffic
for more than five minutes.
Guess it's just you and me.
Oh, hard pass, honey.
In a confined space,
you're just bouncing off the wall like Flubber.
It's no secret my sister Becky and I have our differences.
They haven't talked in nine years.
She's kind of a monster.
I've only met her once, at our wedding.
Imagine if you took all of Jay's worst qualities
and wrapped them in a pantsuit.
But as soon as I heard she had a stroke,
I knew I had to rush to her side.
It happened three weeks ago.
Right in the middle of hockey playoffs!
I think she's sleeping.
With the same mean old puss on her face.
Hey, Mitchell. Why don't you give her a little kiss?
You give her a little kiss.
- No. ?- Who's there?
My darling family.
Something's wrong with her mouth.
Mitchell, you've gotten so handsome.
Have you finally met a good woman?
You're messing with me, right, Becky? You know that --
你在逗我玩对吗 贝奇 你知道...
Hey, folks, can I speak with you for a second?
This is just like when I came out years ago.
She knows what she's doing.
Actually, she doesn't.
The stroke may have scrambled some of Becky's memories.
So she doesn't remember me coming out?
And now presumes you're straight.
That part I can't explain.
Have you tried popping her on the noggin?
She's not a jukebox, Fonzie.
And besides, it doesn't work.
It only made my uncle worse. He never woke up.
Well, hopefully her memory will return.
Often, it's the little things that trigger recollection --
a smell, a song, a picture,
一种味道 一首歌 一张照片
even just her family.
Thank you. Thank you so much, doctor.
谢谢您 非常感谢 医生
Did you kill your uncle?
She doesn't remember I'm gay.
Yeah, no, I know. I was here for the whole explanation.
This means I get to come out to her again.
It was a disaster the first time.
I was-I was so wishy-washy about the whole thing
that when I finally said, "I-I think I might be gay,"
Are you sure she didn't mean, "Ooh"?
No, no. It was followed up by a whole bunch of stuff
about me making Jesus cry.
For 20 years, I've regretted that moment,
and today, I get the chance to make it right.
Or you could just leave a poor, old demented woman alone
and not make her stroke all about you.
Why do I even bring you to these things?
Well, Aunt Becky, what a necklace.
It was a gift from a prince I met in Liechtenstein.
Phil, that is my necklace.
I lent it to her for Dad and Gloria's wedding,
and she never gave it back.
She said she lost it.
Claire, the woman just had a stroke.
When I graduated, my mother gave me
a very special necklace,
which I returned so I could get that necklace.
I'm getting it back.
- Where are you going? - I'm going to heat up the soup.
Maybe the smell will jog her memory.
Hasn't she suffered enough?
I guess I'm proudest of these two little guys here.
This is the Spacemaster 500, and this is the Xanadu --
newest additions to the Pritchett's Closets family.
What's Pritchett's Closets?
This damn disease doesn't care what it destroys.
I know what would help you remember.
Joe and Manny made you a "Get well" video.
I forgot my cellphone in the car.
I'll be right back.
Oh, thank you, Dede.
Are you comfortable? Can I help you with anything
that's not disgusting?
But I was wondering if, this summer,
I could borrow your fishing cabin.
My fishing cabin?
My dad had a fishing cabin that he promised would go to me,
but the double-crossing bastard left it to my sister Becky,
who's also a double-crosser.
Now that her memory is Swiss cheese,
I can steal my cabin back.
Finally, the good guy wins.
Uh, allow me to introduce to you...
Malcolm Fennerman. It is my pleasure.
Glad to see you've got yourself a little lass.
He said "lass."
Oh, by the way, slight change in plan.
at the last minute, your mum decided to join me on the trip.
I, um, can't go anywhere by myself
after that weekend in Brighton.
Mum's coming here? Now?
Is everything okay?
Is there time to get a drink?
I'm afraid not. Man your battle stations.
I am Dr. Iris Fennerman.
So nice to finally meet the woman
with whom my son is so enamored
and yet I know nothing about.
Well, I'm just your average American girl,
although much thinner, thank God.
Oh, also I work at NERP.
Nano Electronics Research Project.
Haley is a colleague.
It's very top-secret, though. Hush, hush.
We probably already said too much.
Malcolm, how is it we are not seated yet?
Well, I didn't want to --
pi--pick the wrong table again.
Oh, don't be silly. I'd be happy anywhere.
"Nano Electronics"? What was that?
Please, just play along.
What's all that whispering back there?
Uh, nothing, Mum. Just, um, science talk.
没什么 妈 就聊科学的事
I had to get away.
It's getting way too Pritchett-y in there.
Why can't they just let this be a fun nursing-home visit?
Exactly. We're in Riverside.
We should be tearing it up.
Hey, let's go to that escape room.
Hey, Gloria. We're going to the escape room.
- You want to come? - That sounds fun.
I think Jay needs me.
Forget the videos.
We have to keep her from remembering anything
so I can nab her fishing cabin!
I suddenly feel like escaping.
I'm so glad we're doing this.
I know. Me, too.
Oh, well, I don't -- I don't think this is the way.
What is this place?
I don't know. Let's just go back up.
Oh, no. It's locked!
Okay, call someone. I don't have a cellphone.
Okay, well, I don't have any service.
I don't either. Guys, if we don't figure out
我手机也没信号 两位 如果我们
a way to get out of here soon,
we're never gonna make it to the escape room.
Haley, I know your job is top secret,
but I'm so fascinated by nanotechnology --
self-replicating robots and such.
I'd love to hear your insight into grey goo.
Ooh, I can answer that.
It's my favorite vodka.
Enough about me. Um, I love your blazer.
Do you have a corgi like the queen?
Crazy times in London. Am I right?
I hear that your, um, bridge is falling down,
Haley is obviously joking.
It's that -- It's that Yankee sense of humor, you know.
"Eat my shorts."
What is that on your arm?
10 points for Gryffindor.
No, the sticker-y thing.
Oh, it's actually from my work.
It channels the energy of your brain --
Can't talk about that. Remember?
Fine. Then let's talk about Arvin.
Have you reached a decision on your research fellowship?
I have decided not to take it.
Why not? I mean, you'd be working on the CERN collider --
It's the opportunity of a lifetime!
Well, I don't feel like spending six months
underground in S-Switzerland.
Oh, please, don't tell me
you're turning this down because of a girl.
Listen, I had nothing to do with this.
Oh, darling, you have everything to do with this.
You've always shown bad judgment
when it comes to a pretty girl.
- That's not fair. - Oh, thank you.
But at least you've never let one of them
get in the way of your career.
Look, I'm not getting in the way of anything.
Arvin never told me about it,
and even if he did, I wouldn't understand.
The NERP I work for is a website run by an actress
who thinks she knows science
because, once in a James Bond movie,
she played a nuclear physicist, Dr. Mona Lott.
Haley! Where are you going?
Oh, I was offered a fellowship to the bathroom,
and I'm accepting it!
Do you remember that security system
I had installed in my fishing cabin?
I gave you the code the last time I let you use it.
I can't seem to recall it.
Well, okay. Let me think.
The cabin, the cabin.
Oh. So pretty up there.
- Did I have a husband? - ?Dead.
Now focus on the code and nothing else.
Hey, look who made you your favorite soup.
Nothing like a familiar smell to bring back memories.
- She ate. - I did? But I'm sort of hungry.
-她吃过东西了 -是吗 我好像有点饿呢
Well, feed a cold,
- starve a stroke. - Get that out of her.
I made this for you when you came to Dad's wedding.
?That's right. You got remarried
to that Puerto Rican woman.
You looked so beautiful at that wedding --
your dress, your shoes, the jewelry.
你的裙子 你的鞋子 还有戴的珠宝
Come here a second. Excuse me.
What the hell are you up to?
She stole my necklace.
So you try to manipulate a sick woman
for your own personal agenda?
You remember when you came to see me ice dance,
you said that I looked like a little sissy, well, I --
I am ashamed of the both of you.
That's my sister in there.
I almost lost her once.
I don't want to have to lose...
- Oh, God. - ?Oh, Dad.
Uh, we're so sorry.
You're right. We're being petty.
Well, Claire's is about a necklace
and mine's about living my truth, but I get --
I get how this isn't the right time.
I'm sorry I snapped.
This is just hard, you know?
Excuse me. Your sister said she remembers something
about the security code to your fishing cabin?
Well, I -- I thought it was her fishing cabin?
Oh, my God, and she thinks it's yours,
and you don't want her to remember it.
Okay, fine. You're right.
But before you start throwing stones,
maybe look deep into your own...
- What? Dad. ?- What? No.
-什么 爸 -什么 不行
- Dad. Dad. - No. No, no, no, no, no, no.
-爸 爸 -开门 开门 别关门啊
All right. We shouldn't be panicking, right?
No, of course not.
There's got to be a million ways out of here.
There's a security camera.
Oh, no. No, no. It's old and broke.
别 别啊 是旧的早坏了
Hey! Hey! We're stuck in here!
Gloria. ?Gloria, that didn't work five minutes ago,
and it didn't work 10 minutes ago.
Why can't they hear me?
This vent has to go somewhere.
Gloria Maria Ramirez Delgado Pritchett,
- you are a genius. - I know.
- Give me a boost. - No, it should be me.
-推我一把 -不 应该是我
Right. Gloria, give Cam a boost.
行吧 歌洛莉亚 你推小卡吧
No, I mean, I should give you a boost.
Why don't we use that trunk?
See?! We just make each other better.
Right, chair, chair. Who needs Pritchetts?!
好了 椅子 椅子 谁需要普里契特那帮人啊
Okay. Okay, grate.
好了 好了 格栅[很棒]
I got it. All right.
Let's "Die Hard" this puppy.
That's my shoulder.
All right, now, Phil, every couple of feet, knock
好了 菲尔 爬一段就敲几下
so we know where you are.
- Okay? - Guys, I think I see an opening.
-怎么样 -两位 我好像看到有开口
Yippie-ki-yay, mother-- oh, dear God.
呜呼 太好啦 要命啦
Phil? Phil? ?Phil?!
菲尔 菲尔 菲尔
Good news, guys. I see two people.
好消息 两位 我看到两个人
Maybe I can get a -- Oh, it's you.
- Hello? - Haley, I'm sorry.
-你好 -海莉 对不起
You had every right to run out of the restaurant.
You know, I've put up with a lot from boyfriends --
futons, video games, wives.
睡车上 爱打游戏 有老婆
But you were ashamed of me.
My mother is a judgmental snob!
I-I wanted her to like you.
I know I just -- I handled it all wrong.
But please come back.
No! You made me feel bad about myself,
and I deserve better than that, okay?
So just go to Switzerland
and sit in a big thing of, like, Swiss chocolate
and -- and yodel, okay?
Why do you all have accents?
Those stickers on your arms
are loaded with all sorts of chemicals.
We called your emergency contacts.
Your boyfriend's here.
Andy? You -- You came all the way from Utah?
安迪 你... 你从犹他州大老远来了吗
Oh, no. I was in town for a self-help seminar --
"How To Be In The Right Place at the Right Time."
Holy cow. It's working.
Oh, gosh, I guess your name must still be in my phone
as my emergency contact.
I use boyfriends to avoid lectures from my parents.
I don't want to wake up in a Tijuana prison
and them be all like, "You're grounded."
I'm just glad I could be here.
Andy, um, I have to tell you something.
And I'm really, really sorry,
but I'm seeing someone.
- Really? - ?Yeah.
Oh, thank goodness.
Me, too. I just didn't know how to tell you,
especially if you were dying.
Oh. ?She's a laker girl.
Oh, wow. A cheerleader. Nice.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Josephine scrapes barnacles off boats in the Great Salt Lake.
We call them laker girls.
But they are kind of sex symbols in Utah.
So, who is the lucky guy?
Well, it's a bit of a mess right now,
but, um, he is a professor and an astrophysicist.
He's a -- a legit genius.
Haley! I came as soon as I heard.
Actually, that's not true.
I stopped for tacos.
Anybody got a spoon?
We could "Shawshank" this thing.
It didn't go so well when you "Die Hard"-ed it.
Okay. Full disclosure.
If I don't feel supported, I tend to shut down.
I'm, um -- I'm getting stuffy.
Is -- Is it getting stuffy in here?
Come on. There's got to be something in this place
that can help us.
Hey, hey! Whoa, whoa! A phone!
Is there a plug around here?
Somebody -- There's got to be a plug.
Everybody look for a plug!
What if nobody looks down here?!
You know, how are we gonna survive?
I -- I had a protein bar in my car.
I don't know why I didn't bring it in.
It was peanut butter and 20 grams of protein.
Guys, if it comes to it, and I mean this --
两位 如果真到了那时候 我说认真的
I want you guys to eat me.
As I told you before, in those elevators
and in the traffic jam years ago,
I am not going to eat you.
Okay, you say that now, but we may not get out of here,
and we may have to make some hard decisions.
Look what is happening!
Exactly what they said is going to happen!
You're bouncing off the walls and you're panicking!
And you're yelling.
Look, Claire may be right.
I may be unfocused, but --
but she wouldn't be doing any better.
She'd be hyper-focused on something stupid like --
like -- like, "Why aren't the wires connected
to that security camera?"
Yeah, why aren't they connected?
Wait. She's onto something.
The wires are cut.
Why would someone cut the wires to a security camera
in a basement room?
Well, Mitchell would have some conspiracy theory
that this is where the staff does illicit behaviors.
I have been smelling marijuana since I got here!
My God, she's like a DEA dog.
It's coming from...
Great. Now we have marijuana and no lighter
这下好了 我们有了大麻 但是没打火机
and just this stupid key.
I can hear Jay saying,
"Maybe that key opens the door, dummy."
They can never know how much smarter they are than us.
You got this, Becky. ?Mm-hmm.
You walk in the cabin, you push those buttons.
They go beep, boop, boop, boop.
按了发出 滴 滴 滴 滴
What are the numbers?
Since I've had my stroke,
and this is the first time you come and visit,
and all you can care about is that stupid cabin.
My brain is fine!
But the doctor --
That's Fred from next door.
He played a doctor on a soap opera once,
and he kept the coat.
But it was hockey playoffs.
Thank you so much. Thank you.
Oh, Aunt Becky, I'm so sorry.
I just got off the phone with the Prince of Liechtenstein.
He's having some terrible financial troubles.
He's gonna need the necklace back.
You know, to feed his people.
Save it, princess.
There's nothing wrong with her memory.
She was messing with us.
That's my necklace. Give it back.
Not until you fix the dent
you put in my car in high school...
which is still there!
You kept the Bonneville?
That certainly doesn't sound like a denial.
I'm keeping the necklace. Ugh.
So you also know about me too, then?
Oh, God. This is happening.
Um, I-I, um -- I -- so I --
我... 我... 其实我...
Uh, I'm not here to take anything from you.
I'm here to be my true self.
- Oh, for God's sake. - And my true self is --
Well, that's "Ew" for two.
Not good. Full recovery.
Dylan, I'm sorry you got called.
Well, maybe you didn't delete me from your phone
because you didn't delete me from your heart.
Or I just forgot.
Right. I'm married, Haley,
随你嘴硬 海莉 我结婚了
and we're monotonous. You got to move on.
Ugh. I wish I was still in my coma.
She has a boyfriend. Not me.
I have a girlfriend.
She's a laker girl.
Oh, barnacle scraper? Hot.
Miss Dunphy? This man also says he's your boyfriend.
What am I doing wrong?
Haley. Are you okay?
I've been so worried.
Who's -- Who's this?
I'm the guy before you, and he's the guy before me.
We need to talk about what happened.
You screwed up. That's what happened.
Right. It's always us.
We go halfsies on a pot-bellied pig,
and suddenly it's all mine when it's frothing at the mouth
and corners your mom in the laundry room.
Hey, he lied to his parents about my job
because he's ashamed of me.
Oh, no, no. No. I'm not ashamed of you.
不不 不是的 我没觉得你让我丢脸
I just panicked.
Look, right after you left, I told Mum the truth about you
and your job and that if I want to turn down a job
then that's my right.
Well, it doesn't matter. This isn't working out anyways.
- There it is. - Totally.
What are they talking about?
Ugh, they think that I'm freaking out
because you chose me over that great job,
which means that you have big feelings for me,
which forces me to look at my feelings for you.
I have big feelings, too.
- Say it. - ?Shut up.
Haley, I love you.
I came as soon as I got the call.
What's her forecast?
Go, go, go, go, go!
Did you get it? I gave her a hug goodbye,
used my sleight-of-hand, and on the third try --
I feel so naughty using my magic like that.
I love you, baby.
Your old boyfriends warned me you were like this.
Give me that necklace.
Give me that necklace.
Watch what this bad boy can do.