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Translations · Rooster Tooths

Translations - Red vs Blue

Episode 38 - Spanish

Lopez:
¿Por qué estan los rojos aquí?
Caption:
What are the reds doing here?
Reality:
Why are the reds here?
Lopez:
No el vamos a conquistarlos hasta la Jueves próximo.
Caption:
We aren't scheduled to conquer them until next Tuesday.
Reality:
We are not going to conquer him until next Thursday.
Desired:
No los vamos a conquistarlos hasta la Martes próximo.
My Comment:
And Tucker thought the blues needed a dayplanner...
Lopez:
Lopez la Pesado no te haga caso.
Caption:
Lopez the Heavy takes orders from your kind no more.
Reality:
Lopez the (f.) Heavy does not pay attention.
Desired:
Lopez el Pesado no recibe órdenes de su gente nunca más.
Lopez:
¡Un robotesa! Quieren echar nuestros contra nosotros!
Caption:
A robot! They wish to turn our own kind against us!
Reality:
A robot! They wish to cast ours against us.
Desired:
¡Un robot! ¡Ellos desean girar nuestra propia gente contra nosotros!
Lopez:
¡Alto, traidor!
Caption:
Don't move, traitor!
Reality:
Stop, traitor!
Desired:
¡No muevas, traidor!
My Comment:
This also translates to "Tall traitor!" which I think is more interesting.
Lopez:
¿Mira que cosa?
General:
What the hell is that?
Reality:
See that thing?
Desired:
¿Qué diablos es eso?
Lopez:
¡Sheila, alto los!
Caption:
Sheila, stop them!
Desired:
Sheila, pará los!
 

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Comments (1-3 of 3)
#1: JabariTana said at 2007-02-22 10:41PM:

Uhm.

My Comment: This also translates to "Tall traitor!" which I think is more interesting.

Alto is what they put on stop signs in Spanish speaking countries, so Alto would actually fit with a bit of sense. Just have to think for a moment.
#2: Dr_Indigo said at 2008-09-10 2:21PM:

dot dot dot

It's kinda weird how Simmons said Alto means Tall in episode 16 yet they still use that as the word to say "Stop".
#3: Denim said at 2009-01-23 1:37PM:

Alto

The Season 2 DVD Commentary said why they used Alto. Burnie chose "Alto" over "Para" because of the comment made in episode 16. Gus told him the correct way to say it, but Burnie preferred Alto.

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