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Amy: We've been working on a computer interface that can use brain wave patterns to control robotic limbs, but we're having a little trouble localizing the signal from the EEG cap.
Howard: Oh, well, have you thought about adding a phased array of sensors for better localization?
Amy: Actually, that never occurred to me.
Penny: It never occurred to me I would miss the Ewok conversation.
Leonard: Good, because I just bought another one on Amazon.
Amy: You know, I could use an engineer on this project.
Sheldon: Well, now, this works out great. Howard's an engineer. I'm sure he knows someone qualified.
Amy: So, Howard, are you interested?
Howard: Are you kidding? If I could control robot arms with my brain, I'd be able to do so many things.
Sheldon: Really? Because you've been controlling human arms with your brain for years and not much has come of it.
Penny: Bernadette left it here.
Leonard: Yeah? Anything interesting?
Penny: Well, I just saw a picture of a baby's head crowning, so I hope you enjoyed sex, because we're done with that.
Leonard: Hey, Sheldon, what's up?
Sheldon: Well, remember how disappointed you were when Amy started driving me to work?
Leonard: Sure, uh, sometimes people smile a big smile of disappointment.
Sheldon: Yeah, well, good news, Amy had to go in early to show Howard around her lab, so you get to drive me.
Penny: Aw, his smile of disappointment has turned into a frown of joy.
Sheldon: (imitates a siren wailing)
Leonard: I don't know. Uh, French police?
Sheldon: Oh, so close. Belgian ambulance.
Leonard: So Howard and Amy working together, that's interesting, huh?
Sheldon: Eh, it's all right, I suppose. Uh, when- Usually when Amy complains about her coworkers, I just tune her out, but now I'll be able to join in and pound away.
Leonard: You're not jealous of Howard, are you?
Sheldon: Of course not. The only engineer I'm jealous of is the one who blows the train whistle. Ooh, that just gave me an idea for a new game, "What whistle am I?"
Sheldon: For your information, it was going to be tea kettle, but the tea kettle was on a train, so I'll give it to you.
Howard: If we add phase detection to your EEG sensors, I'll have to rewrite most of the code.
Amy: Can you do that?
Howard: Well, these hands were made to do three things: close-up magic, writing code, and the dirty shadow puppet show that got me kicked out of Hebrew school.
Sheldon: She's going to be home at "eight-ish." Like, when is that? 8:01? 8:02? And what kind of scientist uses "-ish"?
Raj: I came to see how you were doing. Like, uh, do you need help with anything?
Bernadette: Oh, thank you. There are a few things around the house that I've been waiting for Howard to get to. The smoke alarms-
Raj: No, I meant emotionally. How are you feeling?
Bernadette: Like you're not really here to help me.
Bernadette: Everything's fine. Howard's really excited about his work, he's been in a great mood I'm really proud of him.
Raj: And I can fit into the pants I wore in high school. Come on, we don't need to lie to each other.
Bernadette: You're right. I have a teething baby, I'm pregnant, I have a proposal due tomorrow. I don't have time to hear about how much you're missing my husband.
Raj: Well, I think I know why he's been working so late.
Sheldon: Welcome home. How was work?
Amy: Great. Howard had an idea for-
Sheldon: (waving his hand dismissively) That's enough about work.
Penny: Here we go. "Let him have ownership of his choices. Allow him to choose from options that are acceptable to you."
Leonard: All right, I'll give it a try. "I can drive you in two hours or you can take an Uber"
Penny: Good. See, now he feels like he has a choice.
Leonard: Huh. (phone chimes) He's gonna take an Uber.
Penny: Wow, it worked.
Leonard: Unless he bites the driver, yeah.
Sheldon: And now they're working on a Saturday? Can you believe them? Like, is this how you envisioned your weekend?
Bernadette: No, it is not.
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