Big Bang Theory Quote 5155
Quote from Howard in the episode The Graduation Transmission
Raj: It's like the best one they make, I just can't get it to work.
Howard: I'll figure it out.
Raj: It streams HD videos straight your phone when it's flying.
Howard: Nice. Where were you when I was single?
Quote from the episode The Tangerine Factor
Howard: You know, I'm really glad you decided to learn Mandarin.
Howard: Once you're fluent, you'll have a billion more people to annoy instead of me.
Quote from the episode The Itchy Brain Simulation
Howard: So you can never take it (the sweater) off?
Raj: Not even to sleep?
Howard: So you're just an idiot?
Leonard: It's called proving a point.
Howard: Is the point you're an idiot?
Quote from the episode The Gorilla Dissolution
Bernadette: Maybe we should get one of those machines to help her up the stairs.
Howard: You mean a fork lift?
'The Graduation Transmission' Quotes
Quote from Leonard
Leonard: My point is, while you're spending all this time on your own, building computers or practicing your cello, what you're really doing is becoming interesting. When people finally do notice you, they're gonna find someone a lot cooler than they thought. And for those of you that were popular in high school, it's over, sorry. Thank you. Congratulations.
Quote from Leonard
Leonard: So, for the remainder of my speech, this is for the invisible kids. Maybe you never fit in. Or maybe you were the smallest kid in the school. Or the heaviest. Or the weirdest. Maybe you're graduating and you still haven't even had your first kiss. By the way, nineteen, and Geraldine Coco, wherever you are, thank you. Maybe you don't have any friends, and guess what, that's okay. While all the popular kids are off doing whatever - I don't know what they're doing because I was never there.
Quote from Howard
Howard: All right, playtime's over. Let's open this baby up.
Sheldon: Won't that void the warranty?
Howard: Sheldon, I have a master's degree in engineering. I wipe my bottom with warranties. Except for AppleCare. That pays for itself in the long run.