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Quote from Howard in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Bernadette: Howie, there's a lot of amazing things you can teach a son.
Raj: Yeah. You do always know how to pick just the right antacid.
Howard: I don't know if I can teach that. It's just something I was born with.

Quote from Sheldon in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Leonard: Come on. You can build things. You were an astronaut.
Howard: That's true. You know, as a kid, I used to make model rockets. That'd be pretty cool to do with a son.
Sheldon: Model rockets. Finally, something interesting! What is your preferred mode of recovery?
Amy: Sheldon, we're helping our friends.
Sheldon: And we got to model rockets, yeah? It was a tedious road, but well worth the effort.
Amy: So, have you thought of any names?
Sheldon: Amy, we finally got to model rockets. Why are you turning back?

Quote from Leonard in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Penny: Hey, where are you going?
Leonard: Back to the dry cleaner. Look at this. They didn't get the stain out of my Starfleet uniform.
Penny: Well, if you didn't make me wear the green body paint in bed, you wouldn't have to get it dry-cleaned so much.
Leonard: Nah, it's worth it.

Quote from Penny in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Penny: Hey, Beverly.
Beverly Hofstadter: Oh, hello, Penny.
Penny: Uh, Leonard just left. He's gonna be so upset he missed your call.
Beverly Hofstadter: Why?
Penny: Because he ... Yeah, I don't know.

Quote from Sheldon in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Howard: I haven't looked at all this stuff in years.
Sheldon: Had it. Had it. Burnt down my garage with it.

Quote from Raj in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Raj: I had three model rockets as a kid, and that was the largest space program in India.

Quote from Sheldon in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Sheldon: You have a replica Saturn V?
Howard: Yeah. My dad bought it before he, you know, abandoned our family.
Sheldon: Lucky duck.

Quote from Raj in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Howard: Could never bring myself to open it without him. It's silly.
Sheldon: No, it's not silly. I always wanted my dad to build rockets with me, but he wasn't interested.
Raj: Ah, yes, disappointing fathers. Tell me about it. I remember for my 16th birthday, my dad bought me a Mercedes. Like, a little one, like a starter Mercedes. He had barely handed me the keys before he had to rush back to work. I didn't see him again till, like, pretty late that night.

Quote from Sheldon in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Howard: Anyway as angry as I was with him leaving, building this stuff is probably what led me to become an engineer.
Sheldon: I suppose, in his own way, my dad also encouraged me to pursue science. I mean, he is the one that taught me that flatulence is combustible. And also, polyester gym shorts don't burn. They melt.

Quote from Raj in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Raj: Yeah, I guess I'm an astrophysicist because, as a kid, I said I like to look at the stars, so my dad sent me to Hawaii to visit the Keck telescope. Screw you. My pain is real.

Quote from Sheldon in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Howard: You know what? Forget the past. What do you say you and me build this rocket?
Sheldon: That sounds like it could be a real bonding experience for us.
Howard: Right?
Sheldon: Oh, I see. Oh, you think that's a positive.

Quote from Raj in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Bernadette: So, you don't want to hang out with Sheldon and Howard?
Raj: No, they were bonding over their sad childhoods, and my stupid parents were always there for me.

Quote from Raj in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Bernadette: What about this?
Raj: Uh, okay. Uh, pull off the skirt, slap a lightning bolt on the front, and you got baby Flash. Ooh, stick a long sleeve under it. Boom, Baby Sheldon!

Quote from Raj in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Bernadette: Wow, you're really good at this.
Raj: Oh, please. This isn't my first time turning girl clothes into boy clothes.
Bernadette: Why? You got your sister's hand-me-downs?
Raj: (unconvincingly) Yeah, that.

Quote from Sheldon in the episode The Explosion Implosion

Howard: Oh, I should've brought peanuts.
Sheldon: You can't eat peanuts. You're allergic. If you die, who's going to drive me home?
Howard: I'm not gonna eat them. It's a thing they do at JPL. When the Ranger mission finally had a successful launch, there were peanuts in the room. Ever since then, they have them at every launch.
Sheldon: That sounds like a silly superstition.
Howard: It's more of a tradition.
Sheldon: Oh! I do love a tradition. Could you pull over at the next peanut store?
Howard: I don't think that's a real thing.
Sheldon: Oh, don't be pedantic. Any nut store will do.
Howard: I don't think we can get peanuts out here.
Sheldon: Ah, well, then this whole day's ruined.
Howard: Now that I think about it, maybe it is more of a superstition.
Sheldon: Whew! That was close.

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