A scene from Criminal Minds
A scene from Criminal Minds
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  • 승인 2009.09.29 23:11
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Spencer Reid: I need something to wake me up

Derek Morgan: Ooh. Late night?

Spencer Reid: Very. Not that kind of late night.

Derek Morgan: So tell me, what does keep young Dr. Reid awake at night? Wait, let me guess. Memorizing some obscure textbook? No, no, no. Working on cold fusion? No, I got it, I got it, I got it. Watching Star Trek and laughing at all the physics mistakes?

Spencer Reid: Actually, there aren't that many scientific errors in Star Trek, especially considering how long ago it was made. There are certain improbabilities, but not that many outright errors.

Derek Morgan: Right.

Spencer Reid: Hey, Morgan? Do you ever have dreams?

Derek Morgan: I’m sorry?

Spencer Reid: I guess nightmare would be a more accurate description.

* Obscure: If something or someone is obscure, they are unknown or difficult to understand

* Outright: You use outright to describe behaviour and actions that are open and direct, rather than indirect

* Nightmare: A very frightening dream

* Accurate: Something accurate is correct to a very detailed level

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