Big Bang Theory Quote 10606
Sheldon: Can you believe it? In the past decade, I have spent thousands of dollars in that store, and this is the thanks I get.
Amy: You're right. I mean, he could at least get you a mug.
Sheldon: He gave me a mug. What do you think I'm drinking out of? Do you even pay attention?
Amy: Honestly, less and less.
Quote from the episode The Opening Night Excitation
Amy: Okay, what is going on?
Penny: We just want you to be prepared for any surprises that could happen tomorrow.
Amy: What surprises?
Bernadette: We don't want to spoil anything, but you should know that Sheldon said he's ready to be physical.
Amy: You shut your damn mouth! You actually heard him say this?
Penny: Yes, he said he wants to do something to show you how much you mean to him.
Amy: I can't believe it. I don't know what to say.
Bernadette: Well, we're really happy for you and we know how much-
Amy: I do know what to say. Let's get me waxed!
Quote from the episode The Romance Resonance
Sheldon: Sheldon Cooper does not get lucky.
Amy: You and me both, brother.
Quote from the episode The Hesitation Ramification
Amy: Do you have any idea how hard it is to laugh at a knock knock joke that starts "Knock Knock Knock, Amy. Knock Knock Knock, Amy. Knock Knock Knock, Amy"?
'The Comet Polarization' Quotes
Quote from Stuart
Stuart: Listen to this. I-I was ringing up a customer, and I heard someone say, "Hey, there's a line," and I looked, and there was.
Quote from Sheldon
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.
Quote from Sheldon
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.