Ted: Hello again.
Sarah: I'm glad you came down. I would prefer to say this to you in person.
Ted: Go ahead, Sarah, you can tell me anything.
Sarah: You have a basal cell carcinoma.
basal cell 基底細胞 carcinoma がん、がん腫
Ted: Anything else?
Sarah: Your mole. The biopsy came back. It's not life-threatening, but we should excise the rest of it.
biopsy バイオプシー、生体検査 life-threatening 命に関わる excise 切除［摘出］する
Ted: Wait, then you're still getting married.
Sarah: Of course I'm still getting married.
Ted: But we're a 9.6.
Sarah: Excuse me.
Ted: OK, I, I went to Love Solutions and I saw on Ellen Pierce's computer that you and I are a 9.6. Your fiance's only an 8.5.
Sarah: You looked at my file.
Ted: I had to. You're my only match. Aren't you even a little curious? The woman who set you up with your fiance thinks we're a better match.
Sarah: I am getting married on Saturday.
Ted: Summer breeze...
Ted: Look, don't you think you're being a little impulsive marrying a guy you just met a few months ago?
Sarah: Don't you think it's a little impulsive for you to proposition an engaged woman you don't even know?
impulsive 衝動的な proposition 〔セックスを目的として〕誘いかける、ナンパする
Ted: See, we're both impulsive. We're perfect for each other.
Sarah: Ted, just calm down.
Ted: Calm down! You're my only match! There was a computer and there were 8 fish in the sea full of lesbians.
Sarah: Ted, Ted, do you honestly believe deep down that there is no one else out there for you just because some computer says so.
deep down 奥底
Ted: Didn't used to. There was math, I got confused.
Didn't used to 昔はそうだったけど今は違うの！
Sarah: Love isn't a science. You can't calculate a feeling. When you fall in love with someone, 8.5 equals a perfect 10.
Ted: You're right.
Sudeep: If this thing is what you say it is, it could be huge for my career.
Marshall: Brace yourself, dude. This is gonna blow your mind hold.
Brace yourself 気をしっかり持つ blow your mind とてもすごかった、びっくりした
Sudeep: You bastard, I actually got excited about this.
Sudeep: It's empty.
Marshall: Wait, but if it's not here, that means...Lily.
Robin: Oh my God. It's real.
Lily: Oh, is it? Do something.
Lily: What the hell was that? You trying to get it drunk?
Robin: It was the only thing I could think of.
Marshall: Lily thank God.
Marshall: Lily, I love you.
Marshall: Robin, open the window!
Robin: It can fly. Lily,
Marshall: Be free, mutant beast. I'll miss this private war of ours. I grew to admire your tenacious...Oh my God, it's headed this way.
tenacious 執拗な、頑強な admire 〔皮肉を込めて〕〜には恐れ入る、〜とは感心する
Ted: Hi Ellen. I think I want my money back.
Ellen: I'm a failure. I'm all washed up. I tried everything, Ted. I widened the search parameters. I tweaked the program. Last night, I stood out on the street for five hours showing your photo to random pedestrians, no takers. Although this transvestite hooker said he/she would do you for half price because you kind of look like John Cusack and his/her favorite movie was Say Anything.
washed up 失敗に終わる、駄目になる、成功の見込みがない、〔心身が〕ぼろぼろになる widen 拡大する tweak 微調整［マイナーチェンジ］する stand out 通りに立つ pedestrian 歩行者 taker 応じる人 transvestite 異性の服装をする人 hooker 売春婦
Ted: Come on, Ellen, I mean, A pint of ice cream? Isn't that a bit of a cliche?
pint パイント 1/2クオート
Ellen: It's for the bourbon.
Ted: This isn't hopeless. You're gonna find someone for me.
Ellen: No, I won't. You're gonna die alone.
Ted: I'm not gonna die alone. Look at me. I'm bright, I'm attractive. You just have to get back out there and keep looking.
Ellen: No, you're never gonna find anybody. And every year, you're just getting older and it's getting harder and harder.
Ted: You're being ridiculous. I'm gonna be up on that wall one of these days.
ridiculous ばかげた、おかしな、滑稽な be up on よく知っている 通じている wall 閉鎖する one of these days 近いうちに put が省略されてるのかな？ "I'm gonna put up on that wall one of these days" 近いうちにその壁に写真が貼られてるでしょう。みたいな感じか？
Ellen: No you won't.
Ted: Yes I will
Ellen: How do you know?
Ted: I don't know, but I believe. Hell, if a cockroach and a mouse can find love in this crazy city, then dammit, so can I.
Ellen: You're losing me.
You're losing me よくわからない。もう一度いって欲しい
Ted: Point is, something good is going to happen to me. Maybe your computer will help, maybe it won't, but it'll happen.
Ellen: So I should keep looking?
Ted: Of course you should. And now you're gonna do it for free.