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Quote from the episode The Separation Triangulation

Penny: He knows he doesn't live here anymore, right?
Leonard: Maybe he's experiencing memory loss because he took...
Penny: Flaxitrite!
Leonard: Yeah.

Quote from the episode The Separation Triangulation

Leonard: And what are the side effects?
Penny: Oh, shoot, shoot.
Leonard: Mm, remember the mnemonic.
Penny: Ah. GRAVY, yes. G-R-A-V-Y. Okay, gastric distress, redness, anal leakage, vasculitis and yellow eyes.
Leonard: Oh, uh, so close. It's actually yellow discharge.
Penny: Oh, right. That's why we went with "gravy."

Quote from the episode The Separation Triangulation

Leonard: Okay, the next drug is Romatrol.
Penny: Oh, I know this one. We're actually pushing it really hard. It treats mild dermatitis.
Leonard: Uh, correct. And who can it be prescribed to?
Penny: Adults and children who have absolutely, for sure, stopped growing.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Leonard: Thought you were getting us dinner.
Penny: Sorry. I had to stop at Sheldon's and help him solve string theory.
Amy: What?
Penny: Yeah, turns out the answer's knots.
Leonard: That's cute, but you can't have knots in more than four dimensions.
Penny: Mmm ... you can if you consider them sheets. [chuckling] Good night.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Penny: So, so, did we do it? Did we just solve string theory?
Sheldon: Oh. (laughs) I appreciate your enthusiasm, but this is not the sort of thing we can figure out in a night. People have been stuck on this for decades.
Penny: What, decades? Really? It's-it's a string. How hard can it be? It's straight, it's in a loop, it gets knotted up with other strings.
Sheldon: Well, actually there are no knots in anything greater than four dimensions. Ooh, unless we get around that by considering them as sheets. You know, topologically speaking, that has a lot of interesting possibilities.
Penny: See? How long did that take me, like a minute?

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Penny: So it's sort of like a guitar string, but instead of making an actual sound, each vibration is a different particle?
Sheldon: Precisely. And when you express it in 11 dimensions, Einstein's relativity equations pop out. Does that sound like a coincidence?
Penny: It does not.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Sheldon: Well, if I'm being honest, I never forgot about string theory. It's remarkable. It's the closest we've come to a theory of everything, something even Einstein couldn't figure out.
Penny: Well, if he couldn't figure it out, maybe it's just wrong.
Sheldon: But it's so elegant. I mean, look, [drawing on his white board] string theory posits that the fundamental particles we see in three dimensions are actually strings embedded in multidimensional space-time.
Penny: Interesting. So that would mean ... that [silence] ... Can't do this by myself, buddy.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Penny: What got you excited about dark matter in the first place?
Sheldon: Well, I left string theory, which I'd been working on for a long time, and everyone was talking about how cool dark matter was, and I thought, "€œWell, sure, I'll give that a whirl".
Penny: So it's your rebound science?
Sheldon: What's that?
Penny: Well, not the science you spend the rest of your life with, but the one you use to make yourself feel pretty again.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Sheldon: I just wish I could find something that excites me.
Penny: You do understand that crust doesn't normally come with cheese in it?

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Sheldon: And then I was thinking about inventing a new dark matter particle to evade the omega baryon constraints, but that just seems like something anyone could come up with.
Penny: Mm. Agreed. You know what's blowing my mind? Somebody thought about putting cheese in this crust.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Penny: No, no, you guys do your experiments. I'll go pick up dinner.
Leonard: Are you sure?
Penny: Yeah, you're having science fun, and I don't want to interfere, or watch you.

Quote from the episode The Solo Oscillation

Penny: Wow, I didn't think anything could top last night's spelling bee, but here comes math.

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Penny: Fine, I'll do it. But do me a favor and unlock the liquor cabinet first.

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Leonard: And Amy's your best friend. I'm sure she'll come to her senses and pick you.
Penny: Okay, she's not my best friend. We're not 12. If she wants Bernadette to be her maid of honor, I really don't care.
Leonard: Sounds like you care.
Penny: No, I mean, it-it's just annoying. You know, we talk every day. We see each other all the time. She's always there for me, and basically-- oh, my God, Amy's my best friend.
Leonard: You okay?
Penny: No, my best friend didn't ask me to be her maid of honor. I'm pissed!

Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Metric

Leonard: Hey, what you making?
Penny: Uh, well, I spilled the cheese packet, so we're having mac and nothing.
Leonard: Oh, yeah, I'll just have the mac. "Nothing" gives me gas.

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