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- Okay, I'll cut to the chase.
- cut to the chase - is a phrase that means to get to the point without wasting time
- Willie, would you start us off?
- Kate, isn't that dress a little loud for the occasion?
- I'm just not up to it.
- ALF, you've gotta get over this.
- get over - if you get over an unpleasant or unhappy experience or an illness, you recover from it
- ...after I wiped out their kinfolk and everything.
- kinfolk - a person's blood relations, regarded collectively
- Because I'm peeved at you for getting me that ant farm in the first place.
- I neglected to mention they're also curled up on their backs.
- curled up - to lie in a comfortable curved position
- Willie, would you mind snapping a picture of me and the wedding party?
- snapping a picture - snapshot, shoot a picture
- ...the two crazy kids who just tied the knot.
- tied the knot - to get married
- We're not bonding like I had hoped.
- bond - a force or feeling that unites people; a shared emotion or interest
- Go fetch.
- So where do I fit in?
- fit in - if you manage to fit a person or task in, you manage to find time to deal with them
- If you could, uh, dismount for a moment, there's something I'd like to show you.
- dismount - get off a horse, bicycle, or anything that one is riding
- Let's wait until after dinner to broach the buffalo.
- broach - raise (a difficult subject) for discussion
- Precisely why I'm leaning towards a pet we could keep outside...
- lean towards - if you lean towards or lean toward a particular idea, belief, or type of behaviour, you have a tendency to think or act in a particular way
- The ultimate in power trips.
Sources of information was used for preparing this article:
- Pussle-Movies: Alf s3 e21 (Funeral for a Friend)