Raj: So, I'd like to try a technique. When no one gets streamrolled. When you talk, instead of bringing up a new idea, respect what was just said by building on it.
Sheldon: Building on that, we should order dinner.
Leonard: How is that building on what he just said?
Howard: Building on what Sheldon said, I could go for Chinese.
Raj: Hang on. Building on what Leonard said, no one built on what I said.
Sheldon: Building on building on that, there's a new build your own pizza place on Colorado.
Leonard: Building on that, I'd like to remind you I'm lactose-intolerant.
Howard: I saw the menu. They have Soya cheese.
Sheldon: Ha! You didn't say building on. You're out.
Leonard: It's not Simon Says.
Raj: You're missing the point, Sheldon.
Sheldon: You're out and you're out. I win. Who wants pizza?