Big Bang Theory Quote 5909
Dr. Gallo: Sounds like you're holding on to quite a bit of anger towards her.
Leonard: Oh, no, I-I've worked through a lot of that stuff; I'm better now.
Dr. Gallo: Mmm, good for you.
Leonard: Do you know she never let me celebrate my birthday because being born was her achievement, not mine?
Dr. Gallo: That's heartbreaking.
Leonard: Right? To this day, I send her a card every year with a little money in it.
Quote from the episode The Desperation Emanation
Leonard: What would you be if you were attached to another object by an inclined plane, wrapped helically around an axis?
Leonard: There you go.
Quote from the episode The Matrimonial Momentum
Leonard: Penny. We are made of particles that have existed since the moment the universe began. I like to think those atoms traveled fourteen billion years through time and space to create us, so that we could be together and make each other whole.
Quote from the episode The Earworm Reverberation
Sheldon: This song is never going to stop. Have you ever dealt with something so relentlessly irritating?
Leonard: That's a trick question, right?
'The Sales Call Sublimation' Quotes
Quote from Amy
Sheldon: Perhaps I should explain. While working with Koothrappali, we discovered an asteroid, and I named it after you.
Amy: Oh, Sheldon, thank you. That's so romantic. But what about Rajesh? He was okay with you choosing the name?
Sheldon: Well, it took a little negotiating, but I wore him down. Uh, we get the asteroid, and if you and I have children, they all have to be named Rajesh.
Amy: All of them?
Sheldon: Even the girls.
Amy: Okay, I think I know what to say now.
Quote from Bernadette
Howard: You know, once we get the house back to ourselves, we can be romantic in any room we want.
Bernadette: Great. I can finally show you where the laundry room is.
Quote from Sheldon
Raj: Come on, a medium-sized asteroid is still an interesting discovery.
Sheldon: I suppose it could end up on a collision course with Earth and destroy life as we know it.
Raj: You dream different than me.