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  • Chairman Suite, fancy, fancy, fancy Yeah, Vogue Cole.

    主席套房,花哨,花哨,花哨 是的,Vogue Cole。

  • Welcome Joseph.

    歡迎約瑟夫。

  • Please thank you very much.

    非常感謝您。

  • This 73 questions interview was so worth it to me that I flew all the way to Vancouver to be here with you.

    這73個問題的採訪對我來說是非常值得的,我一路飛到溫哥華來和你們在一起。

  • I know, and I figured you're probably gonna be pretty hungry so I decided to cook you up a little finger food.

    我知道,我想你可能會很餓,所以我決定給你做一點手指食物。

  • Well, I just happened to be very hungry right now.

    好吧,我現在恰好非常餓。

  • You like tomatoes, you like garlic, all of the above your breath is gonna stink but I guarantee you you'll love it.

    你喜歡西紅柿,你喜歡大蒜,所有這些你的口氣會很臭,但我保證你會喜歡它。

  • So what are you making here?

    那麼你在這裡做什麼呢?

  • This is just a little finger food for joseph and then I'm cooking up a carbonara carbonara full later.

    這只是給約瑟夫的一點手指食物,然後我稍後要做一個carbonara碳水化合物的飽餐。

  • You don't get any of that.

    你沒有得到任何這些。

  • That sounds delicious.

    這聽起來很美味。

  • Is this an old family recipe?

    這是一個古老的家庭食譜嗎?

  • Yes, but I will be cooking this after our interview because I don't think you guys wanna watch me go through all of this call, what would you say is the key to a good dish?

    是的,但我將在我們的採訪後烹飪這個,因為我想你們不想看我經歷這些電話,你說好菜的關鍵是什麼?

  • Probably the attention to detail.

    可能是對細節的關注。

  • Now, I agree.

    現在,我同意。

  • Do you have an ultimate favorite recipe of all time?

    你是否有一直以來的終極最愛食譜?

  • Probably this Carbonaro.

    可能是這個卡博納羅。

  • I make it really traditional in the roman style pecorino guanciale, which is important.

    我做的是真正傳統的羅馬風格的佩科裡諾摜蛋,這很重要。

  • You can use picciotto.

    你可以使用picciotto。

  • But I like big thick cuts of guanciale.

    但我喜歡大塊厚切的關東煮。

  • Guanciale sounds so romantic if you say so.

    如果你這麼說,Guanciale聽起來很浪漫。

  • Just do you consider yourself a romantic?

    只是你認為自己是一個浪漫的人嗎?

  • Only when vogue shows up and I have to flex on the internet?

    只有在《時尚》雜誌出現時,我才不得不在網上屈服?

  • No, it's complaining.

    不,是抱怨。

  • And what's the most romantic gesture that you've ever done?

    那麼你做過的最浪漫的姿態是什麼?

  • I'm I'm like a road trip guy.

    我是我像一個公路旅行者。

  • I like the big, grand sweeping vistas.

    我喜歡大的、宏偉的、一望無際的遠景。

  • And are you into camping or hotels?

    你是喜歡露營還是住酒店?

  • Mm camping for sure.

    嗯,露營是肯定的。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • And what's the most romantic gesture that's ever been done for you?

    那麼為你做過的最浪漫的舉動是什麼?

  • My heart is attached to my stomach.

    我的心與我的胃相連。

  • So and he cooked meal.

    於是和他一起做了飯。

  • Any family recipe.

    任何家庭菜單。

  • That's the way to my heart.

    那是通往我內心的路。

  • You hear that ladies so cold.

    你聽到女士們這麼冷淡。

  • Vancouver is stunning.

    溫哥華是令人驚歎的。

  • Are you enjoying it here when the sun is out?

    太陽出來的時候,你在這裡享受嗎?

  • It is the most beautiful city on earth, truly.

    它是地球上最美麗的城市,真的。

  • And I'm happy to see that you're being taken care of so nicely here.

    我很高興看到你在這裡得到了很好的照顧。

  • Well, I wanted to impress you, joe.

    嗯,我想讓你印象深刻,喬。

  • No need for that.

    沒有這個必要。

  • But it does seem like some other people are going to be thoroughly impressed with your culinary presentation.

    但看來其他一些人確實會對你的烹飪演示留下徹底的印象。

  • You like that consummate hospitality.

    你喜歡這種完美的待客之道。

  • This is for all my imaginary friends and maybe you.

    這是給我所有想象中的朋友的,也許還有你。

  • I feel honored.

    我感到很榮幸。

  • I wouldn't expect anything less from someone staying in the chairman suite.

    我不會對住在主席套房的人有任何不滿意的地方。

  • Just really living the sweet life, aren't you?

    只是真的過著甜蜜的生活,不是嗎?

  • Cool?

    酷嗎?

  • It's just never escaped.

    它只是從來沒有逃過。

  • That's a good one.

    這是個好問題。

  • Coal.

    煤炭。

  • I see what you did there.

    我知道你在那裡做了什麼。

  • So who is this chairman?

    那麼這位主席是誰呢?

  • And what did you do with him?

    那你對他做了什麼?

  • Don't worry about it.

    不用擔心。

  • I'm blackmailing him, but we don't got to mention his name on camera.

    我在勒索他,但我們不能在鏡頭前提到他的名字。

  • Legal reasons.

    法律原因。

  • Big dispute certainly.

    當然有很大的爭議。

  • Certainly.

    當然。

  • Now, can I ask you some questions about your childhood, geez, okay, a little family therapy again, joe.

    現在,我可以問你一些關於你的童年的問題嗎,哎呀,好吧,又是一個小小的家庭治療,喬。

  • Let's go.

    我們走吧。

  • Exactly.

    正是如此。

  • So what's something that most people don't know about being a child star?

    那麼,大多數人不知道的關於成為童星的事情是什麼?

  • It's very competitive.

    這是很有競爭力的。

  • It's a very competitive arena.

    這是一個競爭非常激烈的領域。

  • And you have any personal anecdotes about that?

    你對此有什麼個人軼事嗎?

  • Well, just so happened, my direct competition was my identical twin brother, but we read not the same table.

    恰好,我的直接競爭對手是我的同卵雙胞胎兄弟,但我們讀的不是同桌。

  • So, you know, the same team.

    所以,你知道,同一個團隊。

  • Do you ever go back and watch old episodes of the Sweet Life when I'm drunk or feeling really narcissistic?

    當我喝醉了或者感覺非常自戀的時候,你有沒有回去看《甜蜜生活》的舊劇集?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • How does it feel when you're watching your younger self on screen like that?

    當你在螢幕上這樣看著年輕的自己時,你有什麼感覺?

  • I don't really like to watch anything I do.

    我不太喜歡看我做的任何事情。

  • So I try to stay away from it.

    所以我儘量遠離它。

  • Okay, fair enough.

    好吧,很公平。

  • And if you can go back in time, what would you tell your younger self?

    如果你能回到過去,你會告訴年輕的自己什麼?

  • Uh, get a good financial advisor and don't do your own taxes kid.

    呃,找一個好的財務顧問,不要自己去納稅,孩子。

  • I feel like there's a story in there.

    我覺得那裡面有一個故事。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Are you the government?

    你是政府嗎?

  • What's your best memory from that time?

    你在那段時間裡最美好的記憶是什麼?

  • Mm Well, when I graduated middle school to crew through a big graduation and I cried on screen.

    嗯,當我國中畢業時,通過一個大的畢業典禮,我在螢幕上哭了。

  • Uh, and you know what?

    呃,你知道嗎?

  • I think it's on video somewhere, so maybe just scrub it.

    我想這是在某個地方的視頻,所以也許只是擦亮它。

  • No, I have something to hunt for.

    不,我有東西要獵取。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Please down.

    請下來。

  • Was it very hard to find your own identity outside of being known as the Sprouse Twins?

    在被稱為斯普勞斯雙胞胎之外,找到你們自己的身份是否非常困難?

  • It wasn't hard for me.

    這對我來說並不難。

  • It was hard for the audience I think, but it's a double edged sword.

    我想這對觀眾來說是很難的,但這是一把雙刃劍。

  • I get to bask in all of Dylan's accomplishments to some take credit when, when I'm happy to see that you brought all your camera gear here.

    我可以沉浸在迪倫的所有成就中,以某些人的功勞,當我高興地看到你把你所有的相機裝備帶到這裡時。

  • You're finding some time to use all this stuff.

    你找到一些時間來使用所有這些東西。

  • I am.

    我是。

  • Yeah, that's my digital camera And my first actually, this is my first little film camera.

    是的,這是我的數碼相機,實際上我的第一臺,這是我的第一臺小膠片相機。

  • What's that?

    那是什麼?

  • This is a candidate.

    這是個候選人。

  • You want student student camera, cheap, efficient like coal.

    你要的是學生的學生相機,便宜,像煤一樣高效。

  • I think I'm gonna leave that there and go to the next question.

    我想我要把這個問題放在那裡,然後去問下一個問題。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • So I heard your dad likes to take credit for inspiring your photography.

    所以我聽說你父親喜歡把你的攝影靈感歸功於他。

  • Yes, But that's what fathers do is not a prerequisite for being a father.

    是的,但這是父親做的事,並不是成為父親的先決條件。

  • Certainly.

    當然。

  • Does he ever give you any tips or advice on photography?

    他有沒有給過你任何關於攝影的提示或建議?

  • He's an incredible location scout.

    他是一個令人難以置信的位置偵察員。

  • I will give him that.

    我會給他這個機會。

  • What's the best location that he ever scouted for you?

    他為你偵察過的最佳地點是什麼?

  • Oh man.

    哦,夥計。

  • Best location.

    最佳位置。

  • Uh, my future gravesite.

    呃,我未來的墳地。

  • Probably.

    可能是這樣。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • God, nice little plot in the desert.

    天啊,沙漠中的小情節真不錯。

  • So more and more bit tumbleweeds is more so.

    是以,越來越多的位風滾草是更多的。

  • Have you been designated as your family photographer?

    你是否被指定為你的家庭攝影師?

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • It'll probably just be a matter of time till I'm doing senior portraits or wedding photos and things.

    這可能只是一個時間問題,直到我做高級肖像或婚禮照片之類的事情。

  • Just dreadful.

    只是太可怕了。

  • Come on, it's family, that's how it works.

    來吧,這是家庭,這就是它的作用。

  • So when you're taking a photo, what's the first place your eye goes to?

    那麼,當你在拍攝照片時,你的眼睛首先會看向什麼地方?

  • Mm The landscape?

    嗯,風景?

  • Certainly.

    當然。

  • Do you have any favorite landscapes here?

    你在這裡有什麼喜歡的風景嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • And one of my favorite shoots ever is actually right across the water.

    而我最喜歡的一次拍攝其實就在水對面。

  • I can go and show you if you like.

    如果你願意,我可以去給你看。

  • I'd love to take a look at this.

    我很想看一看這個。

  • You know, it's funny everywhere I go here.

    你知道,我在這裡走到哪裡都很有趣。

  • There's a nice view, there's just there's nice views everywhere and then yes and some nice views for the people watching me bathe.

    那裡的風景很好,只是到處都有漂亮的風景,然後是,還有一些漂亮的風景給看我洗澡的人。

  • So what's your favorite photo shoot of all time that you've done?

    那麼,你最喜歡的攝影作品是什麼,你做過什麼?

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • Favorite photo shoot.

    最喜歡的照片拍攝。

  • It's this location I'm about to show you.

    就是我即將向你展示的這個位置。

  • It's a large yellow mountain on the north of Vancouver that my friend and I shot out when I was in the first season of Riverdale.

    這是溫哥華北部的一座大黃山,我和我的朋友在《河谷》第一季時拍出來的。

  • It sounds so magical.

    這聽起來很神奇。

  • Mm Let's check out this magical view come through, wow!

    嗯,讓我們來看看這神奇的景象吧,哇!!!!。

  • Maybe I'll show you on the deck and a little bit.

    也許我會在甲板上給你看,還有一點。

  • This is the view, wow!

    這就是風景,哇!

  • Welcome, wow.

    歡迎,哇。

  • I love it.

    我喜歡它。

  • Obviously you're quite the traveler, right?

    很明顯,你是一個很好的旅行者,對嗎?

  • Oh, I'm obsessed.

    哦,我很著迷。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • You believe the privilege of traveling could be very educational.

    你認為旅行的特權可能是非常有教育意義的。

  • What could be the biggest takeaway for anyone who travels?

    對任何旅行者來說,最大的收穫可能是什麼?

  • Well, I think before the advent of social media traveling was one of the greatest ways to really learn about otherness.

    嗯,我認為在社交媒體出現之前,旅行是真正瞭解他人的最大途徑之一。

  • I think it's important to travel alone to suspend your own personal culture inside.

    我認為獨自旅行是很重要的,可以在裡面暫停自己的個人文化。

  • Uh some some place that feels unfamiliar to you, really, you can all benefit from getting out of our comfort zone.

    呃一些對你來說感到陌生的地方,真的,你都可以從走出我們的舒適區中受益。

  • And what's been your own biggest personal take away from traveling?

    而你自己從旅行中最大的個人收穫是什麼?

  • Probably my palette.

    可能是我的調色板。

  • Of course.

    當然了。

  • Such a foodie.

    這樣一個美食家。

  • What's the craziest thing you've ever eaten?

    你吃過的最瘋狂的東西是什麼?

  • Uh, I like the bugs man.

    呃,我喜歡這些蟲子的人。

  • I'll say it.

    我要說的是。

  • I think we should all be eating a lot more bugs.

    我認為我們都應該多吃一些蟲子。

  • Would you cook a bug?

    你會烹飪一隻蟲子嗎?

  • I would cook a bug and eat the bug.

    我想煮一隻蟲子,然後把蟲子吃掉。

  • What bug would you cook?

    你會煮什麼蟲子?

  • Crickets, beetles.

    蟋蟀,甲蟲。

  • There's tons of them.

    有大量的人。

  • It's the most diverse species on earth and they're probably all delicious.

    這是地球上最多樣化的物種,它們可能都很美味。

  • Maybe this is your next favorite recipe.

    也許這是你下一個最喜歡的食譜。

  • Yeah, I'll stick to the carbonara for now.

    是的,我現在會堅持吃碳水化合物沙拉。

  • What's the most memorable place that you visited?

    你去過的最難忘的地方是什麼?

  • Japan?

    日本?

  • Certainly if I were going to go there, what city should I visit?

    當然,如果我打算去那裡,我應該去哪個城市?

  • I'd say Kyoto noted.

    我想說的是,京都指出。

  • Do you think you're a good travel buddy?

    你認為你是一個好的旅行夥伴嗎?

  • What if I'm hyping myself up?

    如果我是在誇大自己呢?

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • And what is your number one travel tip?

    你的頭號旅行建議是什麼?

  • You'd recommend to anyone flying?

    你會向飛行的人推薦嗎?

  • Don't nap on the first day.

    第一天不要打盹。

  • That's the big no, no cole what is on the bedside table reading list these days?

    這就是大不,不科爾這些天在床頭櫃上的閱讀清單是什麼?

  • Oh, I can't read but I place that there because I think it looks like I can read but that's that's the unbearable lightness of being.

    哦,我不識字,但我把它放在那裡,因為我覺得它看起來像我能讀懂,但那是那不能忍受的輕盈。

  • Would you recommend it?

    你會推薦它嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • When I'm feeling the lightness in my being I don't find it to be that unbearable Phil philosophical and you'd also recommend comics because you're such a fan.

    當我感受到我的存在的輕盈時,我不覺得它是那麼難以忍受的菲爾哲學,你也會推薦漫畫,因為你是這樣的一個粉絲。

  • I am big time.

    我是個大人物。

  • What's your favorite comic?

    你最喜歡的漫畫是什麼?

  • My favorite comic.

    我最喜歡的漫畫。

  • It's more of a graphic novel called Black Hole, interesting.

    這更像是一本叫做《黑洞》的漫畫小說,很有意思。

  • Do you own any priceless comic memorabilia?

    你擁有任何無價的漫畫紀念品嗎?

  • I own a lot of really great old incredible hulks and Fantastic fours.

    我擁有很多真正偉大的老式不可思議的綠巨人和神奇四俠。

  • Um But the one that is closest to me is Avengers 500.

    嗯但離我最近的是復仇者聯盟500。

  • And speaking of old, you worked in archaeology after graduation is that right?

    說到老,你畢業後在考古學界工作是嗎?

  • Great segue, Jeff.

    很好的銜接,傑夫。

  • What sparked your interest in archaeology?

    是什麼激發了你對考古學的興趣?

  • My grandpa was a geologist and it was a discipline that combined a lot of my mutual interests.

    我的祖父是一位地質學家,這是一門結合了我很多共同興趣的學科。

  • Did you discover anything particularly interesting?

    你有沒有發現什麼特別有趣的東西?

  • Oh yeah, some spooky stuff too.

    哦,對了,還有一些詭異的東西。

  • I found an old ceramic theatrical mask of Dionysus in Bulgaria.

    我在保加利亞發現了一個狄俄尼索斯的古老陶瓷戲劇面具。

  • A little hellenistic settlement.

    一個小小的希臘化的定居點。

  • Wow, that's spooky.

    哇,這太詭異了。

  • I would have freaked out.

    如果是我,我一定會嚇壞的。

  • What a special experience.

    多麼特別的經歷。

  • Yeah, Yeah.

    是的,是的。

  • I'm still waiting to wake up from the fever dream.

    我還在等待從熱夢中醒來。

  • I think so.

    我想是的。

  • How does it feel to unearth major parts of history a lot more special than take three on on a long running production pretend like I don't know that means.

    挖掘歷史上的主要部分的感覺如何?"比起在長期運行的生產上採取三種方式,假裝我不知道這意味著什麼。

  • So what exactly happens on an archaeological dig?

    那麼,在考古發掘中到底發生了什麼?

  • Um Not indiana jones.

    嗯,不是印第安納州的瓊斯。

  • That's for sure.

    那是肯定的。

  • A lot of, a lot of you digging over a trench of dirt with a toothbrush.

    很多,很多你用牙刷挖過的土溝。

  • Would you play indiana jones have offered the role.

    你是否願意扮演印第安納-瓊斯的角色?

  • It's a hard act to follow, but I think I can put on some muscle.

    這是一個很難遵循的行為,但我認為我可以增加一些肌肉。

  • Do you ever see yourself returning to the field?

    你曾經看到自己回到這個領域嗎?

  • I do.

    我願意。

  • Eventually I got some other milestones.

    最終我得到了一些其他的里程碑。

  • I have to hit first priorities.

    我必須要打出第一優先。

  • Now you started a super fun instagram account called camera duels.

    現在你開始了一個超級有趣的Instagram賬戶,叫做相機對決。

  • What was the inspiration there?

    那裡的靈感是什麼?

  • Rage?

    憤怒?

  • Of course the best inspiration.

    當然是最好的靈感。

  • Has anyone ever commented on those photos and said, Hey, that's me.

    有沒有人評論過這些照片,並說,嘿,那是我。

  • I get reached out to almost every single photo I post.

    我發佈的每張照片幾乎都有人向我伸出援手。

  • What's the weirdest place someone ever tried to take a photo of you?

    有人曾試圖給你拍照,最奇怪的地方是哪裡?

  • The bathroom?

    廁所?

  • Yeah, I wasn't in the stall.

    是的,我不在攤位上。

  • It was just at the sinks, but okay.

    這只是在水槽處,不過還好。

  • It's still a little vulnerable.

    它仍然有點脆弱。

  • Do you think you'll ever get used to the fact that strangers take photos of you not in the bathroom?

    你認為你會習慣陌生人不在浴室裡給你拍照的事實嗎?

  • And how's this for another classic segue?

    這也是另一個經典的轉捩點吧?

  • This shower looks amazing.

    這個淋浴房看起來很不錯。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • And it leads me to ask the most important question of this interview.

    這讓我提出了這次採訪中最重要的問題。

  • How many shower heads is too many shower heads depends on the stench job.

    多少個淋浴頭是太多的淋浴頭取決於惡臭工作。

  • Of course, coal.

    當然,是煤。

  • You talk a lot about preserving your mental health.

    你談了很多關於保護你的心理健康的問題。

  • What are some non negotiable things that you do to help make that happen for yourself?

    你做了哪些不可談判的事情來幫助自己實現這一目標?

  • Oh, I stay off the internet.

    哦,我遠離互聯網。

  • I think we should all stay off of the internet.

    我認為我們都應該遠離互聯網。

  • I think so.

    我想是的。

  • So why is this so important for you to be open and vulnerable about your mental health?

    那麼,為什麼對你來說,對你的心理健康保持開放和脆弱是如此重要呢?

  • But my family and friends know what I'm doing.

    但我的家人和朋友知道我在做什麼。

  • It's very important.

    這一點非常重要。

  • So cold.

    太冷了。

  • Do journal every day.

    每天都做日記。

  • Right to my therapist.

    我去找我的治療師。

  • You tell me one thing that you've learned about yourself recently.

    你告訴我你最近對自己瞭解的一件事。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • Bit of an emotional sponge, absorb others energies.

    有點像情感海綿,吸收別人的能量。

  • And what kind of energy are you picking up right now?

    而你現在所撿到的是什麼樣的能量?

  • Okay, intense arousal joke, intense arousal must be from all the sweeping vistas of Vancouver.

    好吧,強烈的性慾笑話,強烈的性慾一定是來自於溫哥華的所有掃蕩的遠景。