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Meredith is sitting with another young blonde female intern
in a small hospital waiting area adjacent to some stairs.

             

 

MEREDITH: Look, I’m sure you’re very nice.
But I’
m very particular about who lives in my house.
And you’re just not right.

                좋은 사람인 줄은 알겠는데, 집에 누가 살지에 대해선
제가 아주 까다로워서요. 당신은 아니에요.

*She is particular[choosy] about who she dates. 그녀는 데이트 상대를 매우 까다롭게 가

린다./ He is not particular[fastidious] about what he eats. or He is an omnivorous

glutton. 그는 입이 걸어서 무엇이든 잘 먹는다.

 

INTERN #1: Why? … Look, I’m quiet. No loud music. No parties.

                왜요? 조용한 사람이에요. 음악도 크게 듣고, 파티도 해요.

 

MEREDITH: Where were you when the ‘Challenger’ exploded?

                챌린저호가 폭발할 어디 있었어요?

*The Space Shuttle Challenger disaster occurred on January 28, 1986.

 

INTERN #1: The what? 뭐요?

 

MEREDITH: The space shuttle. ‘Challenger.’  우주 왕복선 챌린저호 말이에요.

 

INTERN #1: Uh. I think I was in kindergarten. 유치원에 다녔던 같은데.

 

MEREDITH: Exactly. No. 봐요. 되겠어요.

*For many people, the challenger disaster was a defining moment in their history.
 Maybe Meredith thinks she is too young to share the memories
of the space shuttle Challenger disaster.

 

IZZIE: Why do you put up posters for roommates if you don’t want roommates?

          룸메이트 원하지도 않으면서 포스터는 붙였어?

 

MEREDITH: I do want roommates.
We’re together 100 hours a week; you want to live together too?

                룸메이트 정말 원해. 우린 일주일에 100시간을 같이 보내잖아.
그런데 같이 살고 싶니?

 

Cristina walks up to them and sees the coffee.

 

CRISTINA (to Meredith): Oh, I see you bring bribes now, huh?

 

 

 

Meredith walks over to a nurse’s station
where Dr. Bailey is standing going over some charts.

The others follow her.


DR. BAILEY: George, you’re running the code team. Meredith, take the trauma pager.
                 Cristina, deliver the weekend labs to the patients. Izzie, you’re on sutures.

                  조지는 심장 발작환자 응급팀 책임지고, 메리디스는 외상환자 호출 대기,

                  크리스티나는 주말에 나오는 검사 결과 환자들한테 전달한다.
 
이지, 환자봉합 담당이야.

*The use of rapid response teams is a relatively new approach for decreasing or eliminating codes in acute care hospitals. Based on the principles of a code team for cardiac and/or respiratory arrest in non—critical care units, the rapid response teams have specially trained nursing, respiratory, and medical personnel to respond to calls from general care units to assess and manage decompensating or rapidly changing patients before their conditions escalate to a full code situation.

/ code; 《美속어》 심장 발작 환자.

 

Bailey starts walking off up some open stairs. Meredith follows holding the latte.

 

MEREDITH: Dr. Bailey, I was hoping to assist you in the O.R today, 
      [Bailey stops walking and turns around] 
Maybe, do a minor procedure? I think I’m ready.
[She holds up the tray with the latte] Mocha latte?

                    베일리 선생님, 오늘 수술실에서 보조하고 싶은데요.
 가벼운 수술이면 준비돼 있습니다. 모카라떼 드실래요?

 

Bailey is about to speak before she is interrupted
by the others who have heard everything.

 

CRISTINA: If she gets to cut, I want to cut, too.

                얘가 하면, 저도 하고 싶습니다.

 

IZZIE: Yeah, me too. , 저도요.

 

GEORGE: I wouldn’t mind another shot. I mean, if everybody else is…

                한번 해도 상관 없어요. 다들

 

DR. BAILEY: Stop talking. Every intern wants to perform their first surgery.
That’s not your job. Do you know what your job is?
To make your resident happy. Do I look happy?
No. Why? Because my interns are whiny.
You know what will make me look happy?
Having the code team staffed, having the trauma pages answered,
having the weekend labs delivered and having someone down in the pit

doing the sutures!

                  그만 . 모든 인턴들이 자기가 수술을 하기 원하지. 그건 너희들 일이 아냐.
너희들이 일이 뭔지 아나?  담당 레지던트를 행복하게 해주는 거야.
내가 행복해 보이나? 아니. ? 인턴들이 칭얼대니까.
뭐가 행복하게 보이게 할까? 심장 발작환자 응급팀 구성하고,
외상환자 호출 오면 받고, 주말 검사 결과 전달하고,
응급실에서 환자 봉합이나 하면 .

                             이제 뇌물도 들고 오시네.

 

GEORGE: My mom irons my scrubs. I have to get out of there.

              우리 엄마는 수술복을 다리셔. 거기서 벗어나고 싶다고.

*pl. scrubs. The articles of clothing that make up a scrub suit.

 

MEREDITH (to Cristina): It’s not a bribe. (to George) I don’t think it’s a good idea.

                                        뇌물 아냐.                       좋은 생각이 아닌 같다. 

 

GEORGE: Look, I can put down last, first, and deposit…

              보증금에다 달이랑 마지막 집세까지 미리 낼게

* Pay a deposit, as in We put down $2,000 for the car.
  / put down a deposit on a computer
컴퓨터를 살 예약금을 걸다

 

CRISTINA (interrupts): It’s totally a bribe.  완전 뇌물 맞구만.

 

IZZIE: I can cook. And I’m an obsessive cleaner.

           요리도 하고, 지저분한 참아.

 

MEREDITH: No. I just want two total strangers who I don’t have to talk to or be nice to.
  And it’s not a bribe. It’s a mocha latte.

                아니, 단지 얘기 나눌 필요도 없고, 친절하게 필요도 없는 생판 모르는
 
사람 둘을 원한다고.  그리고 이건 뇌물이 아니라 모카라떼야.

 

 

 

She looks at the mocha latte and grabs it out of the tray
and starts walking off up the stairs.


 

DR. BAILEY: No one holds a scalpel till I’m so happy, 
                 I’m
Mary freaking Poppins.

                  내가 행복할 때까진 아무도 메스 잡아. 지랄 맞은 메리 포핀스거든.

*Mary Poppins is a series of children's books written by P.L. Travers and originally illustrated by Mary Shepard. The books centre on a mysterious, vain and acerbic magical English nanny, Mary Poppins. She is blown by the East wind to Number Seventeen Cherry Tree Lane, London and into the Banks' household to care for their children. Encounters with chimney sweeps, shopkeepers and various adventures follow until Mary Poppins abruptly leaves, i.e., 'pops-out'.

 

CRISTINA (to Meredith): Mocha latte, my ass.

                                  모카라떼, 턱도 없다.

* A way of expressing disbelief. 설마, 바보 같은 소리, 아니야; 마음대로 해.  

 

DR. BAILEY (yells from upstairs): Why’re you all standing there? Move!

                                                            거기 다들 서있어? 일해!


 

 

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