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Quote from the episode The Comet Polarization

Sheldon: Oh, and it turns out Denise is also really excited for Dan Slott's run on Iron Man, because he was her favorite Spider-Man writer, too.
Amy: How about that?
Sheldon: Oh! And guess who goes to art school right here in Pasadena.
Amy: Hmm. I don't know. Denise?
Sheldon: You're a good guesser, Amy. Not as good as Denise, though. She thought I would like this comic, Arrowsmith, and she was right.

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Neil Gaiman: You know, if you're interested in alternate histories, Neil Gaiman wrote one called 1602.
Sheldon: I'm sorry, we're in the middle of something here.
Neil Gaiman: It is pretty good, actually. He takes the Marvel superheroes and he puts them into Elizabethan England.
Sheldon: Let me guess, everyone thinks the X-Men are witches.
Neil Gaiman: Yeah.

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Sheldon: Excuse me. I was wondering if you could recommend something.
Denise: Oh, sure. You want to tell me what you like?
Sheldon: I would not.
Denise: All right, well, you're wearing a Green Lantern shirt, so I'm guessing you're a DC fan. Although that's from the Alan Scott era, so you're probably not super into the current run. How would you feel about an alternate history where World War I was fought with dragons and magic?
Sheldon: That's what I wanted the theme of my tenth birthday party to be!

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Sheldon: Just look at her over there. She just started, and she gets to put up "Staff Picks." I've been coming here for ten years, I still can't put up "Sheldon Dislikes."

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Howard: You doing okay? Do we need to go?
Sheldon: No, I'm fine. I admit all these people did take me by surprise at first, but I've learned that I can accept change.
Howard: S-Since when?
Sheldon: I managed it when Amy switched her shampoo from Prell to Prell For Oily Hair. Hmm? Although I do miss the way her head used to slide off the pillow.

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Sheldon: [turning to the guy next to him] Hey, Howard, did you see that? (shrieks)
Howard: I'm over here, Sheldon.
Sheldon: That was a close one. I almost went home with that guy.

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Sheldon: What am I supposed to do now if I want to hang out and read a comic book?
Stuart: Go sit on the couch.
Sheldon: Next to a stranger? If I'm going to sit, read, and ignore a woman, it's going to be my fiancée.

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Stuart: Hey, guys. That tweet actually got people to come in. Isn't that great?
Sheldon: No. I liked the way the store was before.
Howard: You mean empty and sad?
Sheldon: Yes, it was perfect. Like a funeral home that sells Pokemon cards.

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Raj: Hey, uh, Penny, do you want to check this out?
Penny: Yeah, sure.
Raj: All right, just, uh, look through here, and if you want to take a picture, just push that button.
Penny: Okay. Oh, what is that?
Sheldon: (gasps) Is it Mercury? I'm really jonesing for Mercury.
Amy: I think it's a little early for Mercury to be visible yet.
Sheldon: Playing hard to get. I like that in a planet.

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Sheldon: Can you see Mercury? Can you see it?
Raj: One second.
Amy: You know, the Greek version of Mercury, Hermes, was worshipped in Athens by the carving of giant wooden phalluses.
Sheldon: Please, Amy, get your mind out of the ancient Athenian gutter.

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Stuart: Oh, look at that. Neil Gaiman tweeted about my store!
Howard: What did he say? Uh, "Next time you're in Pasadena, check out The Comic Center. Great vibe, old school, the owner really knows his stuff." Isn't that amazing?
Sheldon: Well, uh, it's no Sandman, but I guess we can't expect everything he writes to be a masterpiece.

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Raj: This baby's got a ten-inch diameter with f/10 ACF optics.
Howard: And tonight Mercury is at its highest elongation.
Sheldon: It makes far-away things seem close, and Mercury is a planet.
Penny: I know Mercury is a planet. But the-the other thing was helpful.

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Sheldon: You're wise, and you smell like books. You really are the whole package.

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Howard: Why are you being such a baby about the crowds? You go to Comic-Con.
Sheldon: You-- I'm sorry. You're comparing this place to Comic-Con? Well, can I go to the bathroom here next to a Wookiee who got his zipper stuck in his fur?
Howard: Wow, we go to Comic-Con for different reasons.

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Sheldon: Who are all these people? What, is this a flash mob?
Howard: Are they dancing?
Sheldon: I don't know what today's dancing looks like.

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