Quotes from ‘The Hofstadter Isotope’

The Hofstadter Isotope

'The Hofstadter Isotope' - Season 2, Episode 20

When Penny accompanies the guys to the comic book store, she is charmed by store owner Stuart. Leonard wonders why Penny has fallen for a guy who is just as geeky as he is.

Air Date: April 13, 2009.

Quote from Stuart

Stuart: Oh, Sheldon, I'm afraid you couldn't be more wrong.
Sheldon: More wrong? Wrong is an absolute state and not subject to gradation.
Stuart: Of course it is. It's a little wrong to say a tomato is a vegetable, it's very wrong to say it's a suspension bridge.

Quote from Stuart

Leonard: Oh, hey, Stuart. This is Penny. She's looking for some comic books.
Stuart: Oh, really? Blink twice if you're here against your will.

Quote from Howard

Wolowitz: I'm a horny engineer, Leonard. I never joke about math or sex.

Quote from Sheldon

Howard: Are you familiar with the Drake Equation?
Sheldon: The one that estimates the odds of making contact with extraterrestrials by calculating the product of an increasingly restrictive series of fractional values such as those stars with planets, and those planets likely to develop life? N equals R times FP times NE times FL times FI times FC times L?
[pause]
Howard: Yeah, that one.

Quote from Penny

Penny: Um, you know it's kinda early. Do you wanna maybe come in for some coffee or something?
Stuart: Oh gee, its a little late for coffee isn't it?
Penny: Aw, you think coffee means coffee. That is so sweet.

Quote from Sheldon

Sheldon: Chinese Food, Vintage video games. After the nightmare of Anything Can Happen Thursday, this is Friday night the way it was meant to be.
Howard: Who's up for Sheldon-Free Saturday?

Quote from Raj

Raj: Come on! You know I can't talk to women unless I'm lit up like the Hindu festival of Diwali.

Quote from Penny

Penny: What would you recommend as a present for a 13-year-old boy?
Stuart: A 13-year-old girl.

Quote from Raj

Raj: Lock up your daughters, we're going to hit it and quit it.

Quote from Sheldon

Sheldon: Would you like some advice?
Leonard: Sure, why not?
Sheldon: Then this is the perfect time to launch a blog with an interactive comments section.
Leonard: Gee, thanks a lot.

Quote from Sheldon

Penny: I found the decaf.
Stuart: Oh, great.
Sheldon: Herbal tea for me, please.

Quote from Sheldon

Sheldon: Amazing Spiderman, Ultimate Spiderman, Spectacular Spiderman, the Marvelous Adventures of Spiderman, Spiderman 2099?
Penny: Leonard?
Leonard: You know this can go on all night. Why don't you just come with us?
Penny: Ugh, that's what I was trying to avoid.
Sheldon: Oh, I forgot, Sensational Spiderman.

Quote from Howard

Howard: I have got to learn how to draw.

Quote from Sheldon

Leonard: We all agreed that the third Thursday of every month would be Anything Can Happen Thursday.
Sheldon: Well, apparently the news didn't reach my digestive system, which, when startled, has its own version of Anything Can Happen Thursday.

Quote from Sheldon

Sheldon: Rut? I think you mean consistency. And if we're going to abandon that, then why even call it Thursday? Let's call it Quonko Day and divide it into 29 hours of 17 minutes apiece, and celebrate it by sacrificing a goat to the might god Ra.

Quote from Sheldon

Penny: While you're there, could you pick up a few comics for my nephew's birthday?
Sheldon: I think you mean comic books. Comics are feeble attempts at humor featuring talking babies and anthropomorphizing pets found traditionally in the optimistically named funny pages.

Quote from Sheldon

Sheldon: Just pick out anything? Maybe at the same time we can pick out a new suit for him without knowing his size, or pick out his career for him without knowing his attitude, or pick out a new breakfast cereal without knowing his fiber requirements or his feelings about little marshmallows.

Quote from Sheldon

Sheldon: Look at that, that's a dent. Thank you, Howard ham-fisted Wolowitz.

Quote from Howard

Howard: Look, there are plenty of bars in Los Angeles where you can order grasshoppers and chocolate martinis, but you wouldn't have to because there are no women in them.

Quote from Howard

Leonard: How about those two?
Howard: Nah, they're eating peanuts. My allergies, one kiss would put me in Cedar-Sinai for a week.

Quote from Penny

Sheldon: Yeah, provided he has already read Infinite Crisis and 52, and is familiar with the re-establishment of the DC multiverse.
Penny: What's a multi-verse?
Sheldon: Get her out of here.

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