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Sheldon: I spoke with Leonard's mother, and she made me feel better.
Leonard: I don't know who you talked to, but that wasn't my mother.
Penny: Well, it's like that science thing. For every action, you have a gigantic and annoying reaction.
Leonard: Just when I thought you couldn't get any hotter.
Raj: I was literally just looking at my moving boxes, trying to pick one to live in.
Bernadette: If you don't know how to make lasagna, Google does.
Amy: Why don't you just tell him you don't want to go?
Penny: I can't, it'll break his heart. You know, he's always making an effort to do things with me he doesn't enjoy, like going outside.
Amy: He is an indoor cat.
Leonard: Now we're going as Hulk and She-Hulk. I don't want to take my shirt off at Comic-Con.
Sheldon: If I may speak for Comic-Con, we don't want that either.
Howard: Dinner's almost ready. If you like meatloaf, I'm sure you'll like its cousin, bowl of meat.
Sheldon: So they're both trying to make each other happy, and the end result is they make each other sad? That's hilarious.
Raj: Oh, Double Stuf Oreos, I remember when I could afford you.
Penny: Please? I went to your boring thing last month.
Amy: My aunt's funeral? Come on, even you checked your e-mail during the eulogy.
Penny: So, do you want to come?
Amy: No, thanks. I already live in a place all the nerds come to.
Penny: Oh, let me guess. You guys are drafting your fantasy accounting firms.
Raj: I've been plenty of times. If I miss one, it's fine. I'm a big boy.
Sheldon: I'm a big boy, and if I missed one, I'd throw a big-boy tantrum.
Amy: What is this?
Sheldon: I'm mapping basic topics of conversation and with whom they can be discussed.
I call these circles "Zones of Privacy". Don't Google that unless you want to see pictures of people's genitals.
Dr. Koothrappali: You're an adult who can't get by without an allowance from his parents.
Women don't want that.
Raj: What are you saying, that you're giving up on me? What kind of father gives up on his son?
Dr. Koothrappali: I have six children, five of whom are married and self-sufficient. I don't think I'm the problem.
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