Raj: You’re not only the first astronaut, you’re also the first one of us to kick a girl out of his bed.
Bernadette: He can’t go to space. He’s like a baby bird. Did you know he once got an asthma attack reading an old library book?
Amy: You’re kidding.
Penny: No, I was there that day. Sheldon threw his back out handing him that book.
Bernadette: Oh God, you’re right. I took our love and threw it under his bus sized mother.
Mrs. Wolowitz: Make up all you want. Your tucas is not leaving this planet.
Sheldon: And you’re going to have to choke back a hot sob of regret and humiliation as you mumble “I was, but I chose to go to a party thrown by the one kid from ‘Stand by Me’ that no one remembers.”
Sheldon: Not yet.
Amy: Mortal enemy?
Amy: Sheldon, I know you are a bit of a left-handed monkey wrench but… you really have a mortal enemy?
Sheldon: In fact, I have 61 of them.
Howard: Well, I mean, safe as it can be when it was build by the good folks who brought you Chernobyl.
Sheldon: Until you either do not go or go to Wil Wheaton’s party you are simultaneously my friend and not my friend. I’m characterizing this phenomenon as Schrodinger’s Friendship.
Leonard: What are you doing here.
Sheldon: Fighting for our friendship…as peculiar and annoying as that can be you’re still my little buddy.
*A special thank you to the TV Fanatic for helping me procure a few of my quotes.
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