Quote of the Day

Howard: 

If I didn’t have you, life would be blue
I’d be Doctor Who without the TARDIS
A candle without a wick, a Watson without a Crick
I’d be one of my outfits without a dick-ey

I’d be cheese without the mac,
Steve Jobs without the Wozniak
I’d be solving exponential equations that use bases not found on your calculator, making it much harder to crack

I’d be an atom without a bomb, a dot without the com
And I’d probably still live with my mom
(All, echo: And he’d probably still live with his mom)

Ever since I met you, you’ve turned my world around
You’ve supported all my dreams and all my hopes
You’re like Uranium-235 and I’m Uranium-238,
Almost inseparable isotopes

I couldn’t have imagined how good my life would get
From the moment that I met you, Bernadette

If I didn’t have you, life would be dreary
I’d be string theory without any string
I’d be binary code without a one,
A cathode ray without an electron gun
I’d be ‘Firefly’, ‘Buffy,’ and ‘Avengers’ without Joss Whedon
I’d speak a lot more Klingon,
[Speaks Klingon]
All: And he’d definitely still live with his mom

Ever since I met you, you’ve turned my world around
You’re my best friend and my lover
We’re like changing electric and magnetic fields;
you can’t have one, without the other

I couldn’t have imagined how good my life would get
From the moment that I met you, Bernadette

All: Oh, we couldn’t have imagined, how good our lives would get
From the moment that we met you, Bernadette

The Big Bang Theory, Season 7: Episode 6 – “The Romance Resonance

Quote of the Day

Sheldon: No, this is my home now. Thanks to you, my career is over, and I will spend the rest of my life here in Texas trying to teach evolution to creationists.

Mrs. Cooper: You watch your mouth, Shelly. Everyone’s entitled to their opinion.

Sheldon: Evolution isn’t an opinion, it’s fact.

Mrs. Cooper: And that is your opinion.

Sheldon[to the guys] I forgive you, let’s go home.

The Big Bang Theory, Season 3: Episode 1 – “The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation”

Quote of the Day

Raj: Well, I’m a Hindu. My religion teaches that if we suffer in this life, we are rewarded in the next. Three months at the North Pole with Sheldon and I’m reborn as a well-hung billionaire with wings!

The Big Bang Theory, Season 2: Episode 23 – “The Monopolar Expidition”

Quote of the Day

Sheldon: Oh, look! Saturn 3 is on.

Raj: I don’t want to watch Saturn 3Deep Space 9 is better.

Sheldon: How is Deep Space 9 better than Saturn 3?

Raj: Simple subtraction will tell you it’s six better.

Leonard: Compromise. Watch Babylon 5.

Sheldon: In what sense is that a compromise?

Leonard: Well, 5 is partway between 3 and…never mind.

The Big Bang Theory, Season 2: Episode 8 – “The Lizard-Spock Expansion”

Quote of the Day

Sheldon: “More wrong”? Wrong is an absolute state and not subject to gradation.

Stuart: Of course it is; it’s a little wrong to say a tomato is a vegetable, it’s very wrong to say it’s a suspension bridge.

The Big Bang Theory, Season 1: Episode 20 – “The Hofstadter Isotope”

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Leonard: I’ve always been a little confused about this — why don’t Hindus eat beef?

Raj: We believe cows are gods.

Sheldon: Not technically. In Hinduism cattle are thought to be like gods.

Raj: Do not tell me about my own culture, Sheldon! In the mood I’m in, I’ll take you out, I swear to cow!

The Big Bang Theory, Season 3: Episode 4 – “The Pirate Solution”

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The Big Bang Theory, Season 1: Episode 7 – “The Dumpling Paradox”

Howard: Watch this, it’s really cool. Call Leonard Hofstadter.

Howard’s Phone: Did you say, call Helen Boxleitner?

Howard: No. Call Leonard Hofstadter.

Howard’s Phone: Did you say, call Temple Beth Seder.

Howard: No.

Leonard: Here, let me try. Call McFlono McFloonyloo. Heh-heh.

Howard’s Phone: Calling Rajesh Koothrappali.

(Raj’s phone rings).

Raj: Oh, that’s very impressive. And a little racist.