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为Betty开个贴

chelseablue 2010-07-24
很多人不喜欢她,说她是个slut什么的。

我一开始也不喜欢她,就觉得这个女人也太漂亮了。但有些爱无病呻吟。

可是在看到第二季时,越来越喜欢她了,她很有自己的风格,还常常不经意间说出些很值得回味的话,

比如有一次她在哄小儿子gene睡觉,Bobby跑进来说:“i'm bored." (我好无聊)

Betty :"Then go bang your head against the wall!"(拿头去撞墙好了!)

Bobby :"Mom!!"

Betty :"Only boring people get bored." (只有无聊的人才会觉得无聊。)

当时就觉得,这么有哲理的一句话从一个barbie doll的嘴里说出,反差有点大。
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  • chelseablue
    奇怪的是,这部戏里没有一个人让我讨厌。就算是Don
  • 假冒萌一姐
    为什么“就算是Don”?....
  • chelseablue
    是不是因为是Nordic,所以骨子里有一种冷静。

    发现所爱非人,马上能斩断情丝,离开Don,跟自己爱的人走。不像别的女人优柔寡断。
    她处理问题的方式很酷。
  • chelseablue
    2010-07-24 18:58:05 Lob Bourdain 为什么“就算是Don”?....

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    Don在工作中确实是魅力四射,值得信赖,但是。。。

    可能我太传统了,总觉得,有那样完美的妻子孩子和工作,怎么还不能让他高兴呢?还总要让爱他的人伤心呢。

    Betty的老爸对Don的看法也是有一定道理的。
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    Betty小传 from wiki
    Betty was born Elizabeth Hofstadt in 1932[1]. She grew up in one of the tony suburbs of Philadelphia's "Main Line." She has mentioned having a German grandmother. Her first kiss was with a Jewish boy named David Rosenberg. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College with an Anthropology degree, and briefly modeled in Italy before moving to Manhattan. It was during this time that she met Don Draper. Betty and Don were married in May of 1953. Betty's mother died early in 1960, three months before the events of the episode "Ladies Room." Her father, Gene (Ryan Cutrona), had a girlfriend named Gloria, whom Betty doesn't like and whom her father marries sometime in the 18 months between seasons 1 and 2; Gloria left Gene when he began showing signs of mental deterioration in Season 3.

    Her confidantes have included her neighbor Francine Hanson, and Glen Bishop, the young son of divorcee Helen Bishop. Her father lived in a Philadelphia suburb (Bryn Mawr) and had a summer home in Cape May, New Jersey. He moved in with the Drapers during season 3, and later died in that season, set in 1963. She has a brother, William, who is married and has daughters whom Don and Betty consider "rowdy."

    Throughout the series, Betty and Don live in Ossining, New York, with their two children Sally (played by Kiernan Shipka) and Bobby. In the second episode, set in the spring of 1960, Betty started to see a psychiatrist because of repeated spells of numbness in her hands. In combination with psychosocial stressors and the exclusion of a neurological cause, it seems likely that Betty was experiencing Conversion Disorder.[5] It was during these meetings that, after having discovered that the psychiatrist was giving reports of her sessions to Don, she either admitted, or to "test the waters," threw out the suspicion that she knew of her husband's infidelities. Sometime between the end of the first season and the start of the second, in February 1962, the consultations were stopped.

    During the second season episode "A Night to Remember", Betty and Don seem to have reached an agreement, but after a dinner party where Betty is embarrassed to be considered a 'demographic' by Don and his associates, she confronts her husband for the first time about his adultery, specifically with Bobbie Barrett. Don, however, denies having an affair. The next day, with a glass of wine in hand, Betty searches through Don's belongings for any proof of his indiscretions, but does not find it. Betty awakens Don - who is sleeping on the couch - that night and explains that she doesn't want things to "be like this." He repeats that he did not do anything and when she asks if he hates her, he insists that he loves her and doesn't want to "lose this." When preparing dinner the next day, an Utz commercial featuring Jimmy Barrett airs on the television. After seeing this, she calls Don at work and tells him she doesn't want him to come home.

    Betty does turn to Don when she learns that her father Gene has suffered a stroke. She and Don leave the children with a neighbor and drive to visit her father; Betty is visibly impatient with both her father's wife Gloria and her brother William. She and Don are careful to present a united front. At the end of a stressful day, Betty makes Don sleep on the floor of the guestroom, but later joins him on the floor where they make love. The next morning, Betty's father mistakes Betty for her mother Ruth, suggesting that they "go upstairs." Betty is severely shocked and frightened, but tries to pretend that everything is all right. When she and Don return to New York, Betty asks Don to leave again.

    In the Season 2 finale, Betty discovers she is pregnant. Although she brings up the subject of abortion with her doctor, and also has sex with a random man at a bar, at the end of the episode she asks Don to return home and tells him that she is pregnant. Season 3 begins with Betty in her third trimester, seemingly reconciled with Don.

    In Episode 305, she gives birth to Eugene Scott Draper, whom she names after her recently deceased father. After giving birth, Betty comes to the quick realization that her dream of everything being perfect will never happen. During episode 302, Betty and Don attend a garden party hosted by Roger Sterling and his new wife, Jane Siegel Sterling, where she meets Henry Francis, who is later revealed to be an advisor to then-New York governor Nelson A. Rockefeller. He is infatuated with her, and though she seems reluctant to return his feelings at first, as the season progresses, their affair intensifies, though Betty eventually ends it, feeling guilty.

    In Episode 311, Don is cornered by Betty, who has managed to unearth evidence of Don's past life via pictures and documents from a locked drawer in his desk. He tells her about his life as Dick Whitman, how he came to exchange dog tags with Lieutenant Don Draper, and his brother Adam's suicide. While apparently somewhat sympathetic to his feelings of guilt about the latter, Betty is highly conflicted about the fact that Don has hidden this aspect of his life from her for the duration of their relationship and marriage.

    After President Kennedy's death and Margaret Sterling's wedding, Betty meets with Henry Francis, who confesses to her that he wishes to eventually marry her. They passionately kiss, and after the encounter, Betty returns home to tell Don she no longer loves him, leaving him stunned. This culminates in her seeing a divorce lawyer during the season 3 finale. During the same episode, Roger, whose daughter is friends with Francis' daughter, unintentionally reveals to him that Betty and Francis are involved. An incensed Don confronts Betty. After calling her a whore, he assures her that she "won't get a nickel" in the ensuing divorce and that he intends to seek sole custody of the children.

    The next morning, he and Betty tell the children of the new arrangement, who both react badly. After moving into Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce's new office, Don calls Betty and tells her that he will not fight her, and wishes her the best. The season ends with Betty taking a plane to Reno with Gene and Henry.
  • judy
    不觉得她有多爱那个政客
    她是拿他当救生圈,安排好后路才提离婚

    而楼主提到的她和Bobby的对话….
    其实我一直觉得她对两个小孩没什么耐心,两个小孩感觉跟女佣还更亲
  • 假冒萌一姐
    she never act as a mother.
  • chelseablue
    谢谢 Hotzenplotz 的小传!

    我觉得她不是安排好后路才离婚的,就算没有Henry, 她要是决定了,应该也会跟Don分开。她第一次把Don赶出家时是多么毅然决然,要不是她老爸去世和意外怀孕,谁知道她会不会给Don机会。

    至于她对小孩没耐心,我觉得倒是蛮像现实中的母亲。Sally和Bobby,从小无忧无虑的,都是小捣蛋,不来点硬的制不住他们啊。

    而对那个家庭残缺,心灵有创伤的小孩Glen她就很温柔。Glen对她的迷恋其实就是希望有一个那样的妈妈。

  • 小行星
    提供自己舊貼一張。。

    http://www.douban.com/group/topic/9955694/

    求討論:)
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