Nancy: A strike is when people get together and aGREe not to work anymore until they get what they want. This could mean more money，or better working conditions.
Today is Groundhog Day.
Victor:今天是美国的“土拨鼠节”。土拨鼠出洞后看到自己影子，会再回洞里，冬天就还要持续六周多。Nancy: The story goes if the Groundhog comes out of his hole and sees his shadow，he'll go back in，and we'll have six more weeks of winter.
I got bumped from the flight.
Nancy: Sometimes airlines sell too many tickets，so they ask passengers to volunteer to be "bumped".
He's uncovering repressed memories.
Nancy: Repressed means held down or held back；sometimes when something really traumatic happens，people can't handle thinking about it for years.
He never springs for anything.
Victor: 他从没大方过一次。To spring for something 就是去花钱尤其是为别人花钱，例如买单。
Nancy: To spring for something means to spend money，especially when it's spending it on someone else，like springing for dinner.
Take the gloves off.
Nancy: This is originally from boxing. To "take the gloves off" means to fight or to get tough on something or someone，implying you've been to softon them before.
He’s a white collar criminal.
Victor: 他是一个经济犯。A white-collar criminal 并没制造含暴力的犯罪，一般是诈骗或盗取别人财物。
Nancy:A white-collar criminal commits a non-violent crime，which usually involves stealing or cheating people out of money.