Big Bang Theory Quote 10607
Sheldon: Amy, the comic book store is like my version of the country in Black Panther.
Amy: Okay, I'm afraid this is gonna get really offensive to certain groups.
Sheldon: The nation of Wakanda was a hidden gem, and they wanted to keep it that way, because they knew if they opened it up to the world, everything that was special about it would get ruined.
Amy: Are you done?
Amy: (relieved sigh) Oh, okay. That both made sense and wasn't offensive.
Sheldon: And to make things worse, Stuart hired some woman.
Amy: There we go.
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.