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Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Leonard: So, I think if we want to predict the height of the wave, we need to use elasticity theory and model the lattice as one continuous flexible piece.
Amy: This is fun.
Leonard: Mm-hmm.
Amy: Playing with Popsicle sticks, exploring ways to store kinetic energy. It's like preschool all over again.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Amy: I was gonna ask if being married felt any different.
Leonard: Oh, uh, not really. Sorry. That probably wasn't the answer you were looking for.
Amy: No, actually it is. I mean, Sheldon and I are in a really great place right now, and I just, I don't want anything to mess that up.
Leonard: Mm-hmm. You do remember you're here because he kicked you out of your apartment?
Amy: Yes. His work is important to him. It's one of the things I find the sexiest about him. Well, that and-
Leonard: Aah! [setting off the lattice]
Amy: - his butt.
Leonard: Ugh.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Penny: So what's all this?
Leonard: Well, Amy and I were talking about old science fair projects, and how fun it would be to recreate them.
Amy: We're making hot ice.
Leonard: It's pretty cool.
Amy: (chuckles) Nice one. (Amy and Leonard high five)

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Leonard: I'm sorry, we don't have to do more experiments. Let's do something we can all enjoy.
Amy: Hey, uh, you want to watch that show you like where people want to buy a house and then they do?

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Amy: Okay, how do you want to play this? Do you want to pretend like nothing's bothering you and blow up later, or do you just want to be a maniac right now?

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Sheldon: I have a confession. When I berated Leonard, it was a clever ruse to conceal the fact that I'm not working on anything.
Amy: Well, I think I speak for everyone when I say, "No!"

Quote from the episode The Athenaeum Allocation

Sheldon: Well, I suppose we could pick a different date.
Amy: Well, it took you nine months to choose that one. I'll pick a different husband first.

Quote from the episode The Athenaeum Allocation

Sheldon: You know, I'm really happy with our wedding date. The month squared equals the square of the sum of the members of the set of prime factors of the day. Isn't that romantic?
Amy: Yes, it's like that Shakespeare sonnet, "Shall I compare thee to a day that's also a really weird math problem."

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Penny: Look, I know this is your wedding, and you can do whatever you want, but if you think anyone but me is gonna be your maid of honor, then you're an idiot because you are my best friend.
Howard: Too late, Bernade-
Amy: (pushes Howard out of the way, rushes to hug Penny) Bestie!

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Amy: So I was talking to my favorite aunt-
Penny: Aunt Doe, right?
Amy: Exactly.
Penny: Did she ever figure out what that thing on her knee was?
Amy: Turns out it was a chocolate chip.
Penny: Hmm. Makes sense, she does like to bake.
Amy: Yes, she does. Damn, you are a thoroughbred.

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Sheldon: Did Bernadette even try to send us a sewing kit?
Amy: She did. Amazon, standard shipping, not even Prime.
Sheldon: (gasps) We could've done that ourselves.
Amy: (chuckles) That's what she said.

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Amy: Sheldon, what am I gonna do about my maid of honor? I mean, Bernadette gave me all these bridal magazines. She even folded down the pages with the good dresses.
Sheldon: Hmm. Hmm. I get it. You know, Leonard once borrowed my Edmund Scientific catalogue and dog-eared some pages. Never got 'em straight again.
Amy: Well, that is exactly the same thing. You really understand my dilemma.

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Amy: How are we gonna make these decisions without anybody getting upset?
Sheldon: Well, what if we take emotion out of the process, and base it on empirical metrics? Then we aren't really making the decision; the data is.
Amy: So we can hurt our friends' feelings without taking any responsibility? Me likey.

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Amy: But how do we apply quantitative metrics to something as subjective as choosing a wedding party?
Sheldon: That decision only seems subjective. In reality, people in a wedding party perform very specific functions, and some will perform those better than others. If I may use a superhero analogy-
Amy: You may not.

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Amy: So if anyone brings it up tonight, just maybe you can help me change the subject.
Sheldon: How about this? I dominate the conversation so hard, no one has a chance to get a word in edgewise.
Amy: I don't know. They might see that coming.

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