Oh and I forgot. I have 3 episodes or so left of season 2.
Oh nooooo, what game with the kids? True American? Apparently, this season of 13 Reasons Why is also problematic, please let me know how you find the ending! Hopefully we do see some change… especially with Bryce. Yes, True American! Winnie the Bish pulled the ultimate prank haha.
I think I heard that the next season of Modern Family is the last one. So I definitely need to catch up on that one lol. I hate Bryce though. Why is everything ending? Feel like the show had more longevity… ugh. They could create change. It really is but I think you would enjoy the Goldbergs as well. The main character is really creative, his passion is making videos and imparting humanistic messages that I think would be right up your street. I think I saw parts of it. Big Bang Theory is the modern Andy Griffith show. I can almost quote entire episodes of them. The black and white episodes are the best.
Andy is the sheriff of a small town. He pretty laid back and solves problems with gentle wisdom while his deputy Barney is high strung. The actor who played the deputy is from close to my area. The Office is the best!! Just had a look through what comedy shows you like and I am definitely on the same page. I have Brooklyn 99 on my list to watch, the female characters and Terry I have a good feeling will be great to watch.
I think from an objective point of view, Dwight has to be my favourite. He is a ridiculous specimen of a human but I love him.
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His story has been one of the most realistic… hopefully we do see him return next season. I absolutely love Modern Family. I might watch Counterpart next. How come? Like Like. My favourites are Mitch and Cam and pretty much everyone else. I never liked the characters. I hated Ross, Rachel, Monica and Pheobe.
I loved Joey, though and Chandler, too. Picasso produced over 13, paintings or designs, 34, book illustrations, , engravings or prints, and ceramics or sculptures. All of these things were done by his 78th birthday. The painter had a total of , pieces of art. III Pablo Picasso was a communist. He strongly believed and supported the principles of communism. Picasso loved bringing people together and using the power of art to socialize and unite them.
IV Picasso had a lot of other skills apart from painting. Leonard Hofstadter: First I want to say that it's not Sheldon's fault, he tried very hard to keep your secret, if Howard hadn't drugged him he would have taken it to his grave. Leonard Hofstadter: Yes, but it's okay. Now that we know what the problem is, there's a simple solution. Leonard Hofstadter: A place for fun, a place for knowledge.
See, this man here's playing hacky sack, and this girl's going to be a paralegal. Penny: Wow, I get it, because Dr Leonard Hofstadter can't date a girl without a fancy college degree. Leonard Hofstadter: Well, it's really not that fancy, it's just a city college. Leonard Hofstadter: Absolutely. Penny: Ah, the best! You have booze with breakfast on a Tuesday you got a problem. You do it on a weekend you got brunch. Howard Wolowitz: I wish my mom was here.
We could all hang out in her shadow. Amy Farrah Fowler: Sheldon doesn't believe in brunch. He can't stand being at a table where one person's having an omelet and another person's having a sandwich. Amy Farrah Fowler: Who cares? Just soak it in. Stuart: Oh. They're just girls; nothing you haven't seen in movies or in drawings.
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Sheldon Cooper: Yeah, uh, interesting. Do you recall this conversation? Penny: Damn, you've got more makeup than I do. You got better makeup than I do. Yeah, I'm borrowing this. Leonard Hofstadter: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, this is my Comic-Con makeup. I love you, but there are some things a man doesn't share with his girlfriend. Sheldon Cooper: That's a wise policy. I once borrowed my sister's makeup for a costume contest, got a terrible case of pinkeye.
Yeah, but luckily I was going as a zombie; I won second place. Leonard Hofstadter: Mm, it's a lot smaller. It's more about the comics books, the way these conventions used to be before they went all Hollywood. Sheldon Cooper: It's a comic book convention. Like pizza or particle accelerators even the stinky ones, still pretty good. Stuart: Shhhh! You can't ask a question like that in here! You trying to start a rumble? Stuart: Let's see. Well, you got your basic clean good guys, Superman, Spiderman, Captain America. Then you have your darker anti-heroes, your Batman, your Wolverine, Punisher.
Wolowitz is sending a rental car for Howard, Sheldon, Raj, and Leonard after their car gets stolen]. Officer Reynolds: [taking Leonard's police report] Do you need me to call anyone? I'm guessing your moms? Penny: [arguing with Amy and Bernadette over a comic book] Okay, wait. If I pick up a guy at a bar, and then he picks up another girl and we all leave together, did I pick up the girl?
Penny: [avoiding the question] Hey, are we talking about me or are we talking about Thor? Bernadette Rostenkowski: [Amy, Bernadette, and Penny enter the comic store the guys often go to, and every male stops what they're doing and stares at them in shock] [Obviously uncomfortable] Why are they staring? Stuart Bloom: [Comes out of the back room and sees the girls] Oh, hey. They're just girls. It's nothing you haven't seen in movies or in drawings. Bernadette Rostenkowski: We were looking for a recommendation about comic books. Penny: No, we were wondering why the guys like the stuff so much, so we thought we'd give it a try.
Stuart Bloom: [as he speaks the next line, some of the customers start looking at the girls again] Oh ok, well what do you think you might be in to? Graphic novels? Stuart Bloom: [Frantically] Shhhh! You can't ask a question like that in here? Are you trying to start a rumble? Penny: [Matter-of-factly] As evidenced by your boyfriend and his fear of hamsters. The artwork is sophisticated, it's intelligently written, and it doesn't objectify or stereotype women. Amy Farrah Fowler: [arguing with Penny and Bernadette about a comic book] It says right here on the hammer "Whoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor.
Bernadette Rostenkowski: Well, hold on. Who decides who's worthy? Does the hammer decide? Amy Farrah Fowler: Okay, if you're gonna start comparing wands and hammers, I can't even take you seriously. Sheldon Cooper: Make yourself comfortable. Penny: No, Sheldon, I'd rather sit on this freezing cold floor sobbing like a three-year-old. Leonard Hofstadter: [watching fluid bounce on a stereo speaker] Hey, check it out. It's just cornstarch and water. Sheldon Cooper: They make up a non-Newtonian fluid which is liquid, but it's solid under the percussive action of the speaker.
Sheldon Cooper: Leonard, you have to do something about Penny. She's interfering with my sleep, she's interfering with my work, and if I had another significant aspect of my life, I'm sure she'd be interfering with that too. Sheldon Cooper: Well, let's see. Uh, she attempted to open her apartment with her car key because her face is overly Midwestern. Uh, she hasn't had sex in six months.
And she ate a fly. Sheldon Cooper: If you don't figure something out, I warn you I shall become very difficult to live with. Leonard Hofstadter: You mean up until now we've been experiencing the happy fun-time Sheldon? Leonard Hofstadter: I only bring it up because your ice cream's melting and it's starting to attract wildlife. Penny: No danger, look it's just me, Penny. Listen, I got to level 25 and reached Purple lotus swamp, right?
Sheldon Cooper: [Leonard comes walking out of his bedroom and hears this conversation coming from inside Sheldon's bedroom] Please, Penny, enough. I have to sleep. Penny: Oh. Hey, Leonard, don't go in Sheldon's room, he's not wearing bottoms. Leonard Hofstadter: [knocks on Sheldon's door] Sheldon, you want to catch me up again? Can I interest you in an afternoon of spirited questing, followed by a flagon of ale at yon virtual tavern? Penny: [looking up from her laptop with a horrified expression] Oh my God, I need help.
Sheldon Cooper: Fellow warriors, this is Sheldor the Conqueror. We are about to enter Atzel's Fortress; now, this is a long run so let's do another bladder check. All right, Barry, we'll wait for you again, but you really should see a doctor. Sheldon Cooper: You appear to have put your car key in the door lock; are you aware of that? Sheldon Cooper: Would it be possible for you to do this a little more quietly? Sheldon Cooper: It's not surprising.
That Baldwin lock on your door uses traditional edge-mounted cylinders, whereas the key for your Volkswagen uses a center cylinder system. Sheldon Cooper: You're welcome. Point of inquiry: why did you put your car key in the door lock? Penny: Why? I'll tell you why. Because today I had an audition, it took me two hours to get there, I waited an hour for my turn, and before I could even start they told me I looked too Midwest for the part. Too Midwest? What the hell does that even mean? Sheldon Cooper: Well, the American Midwest was mostly settled by Scandinavian and Germanic peoples who, well they have a characteristic facial bone structure Penny: I know what it means, Sheldon!
You know, I have been in L. I have accomplished nothing, haven't gotten a raise at work, haven't even had sex in six months, and just now when I was walking up those stairs a fly flew in my mouth and I ate it. Sheldon Cooper: Well, actually, insects are a dietary staple in many cultures, they're almost pure protein. Leonard Hofstadter: Okay, um, here's the thing, um, sometimes people, good people, you know, they start playing these games and they find themselves through no fault of their own, you know, kind of, addicted.
Leonard Hofstadter: Well, i-i-i-it's just if a person doesn't have a sense of achievement in their real life it's easy to lose themselves in a virtual world where they get a false sense of accomplishment. Leslie Winkle: Well don't turn it off, you might miss your call from the Nobel Committee letting you know you've been nominated as dumbass laureate of the year. Leslie Winkle: Yeah. Leslie Winkle.
The answer to the question, "Who made Sheldon Cooper cry like a little girl? Sheldon: Yes, well I'm polymerized tree sap and you're an inorganic adhesive, so whatever verbal projectile you launch in my direction is reflected off of me, returns on its original trajectory and adheres to you. Leonard: [Sheldon tries to sit on the couch] Sorry, somebody is sitting there. Sheldon: That trophy is meaningless. I forfeited, therefore, you did not win. Dmitri: [Dmitri rings in on the final question in the physics bowl] The answer is minus eight pi alpha.
Sheldon: Hang on, hang on a second, that is not our answer! What are you doing? Dmitri: Here I am janitor. Sheldon: You want me to use my intelligence in a tawdry competition? Would you ask Picasso to play Pictionary? Would you ask Noah Webster to play Boggle?
Would you ask Jacques Cousteau to play Go Fish? Leonard: Do I have to quote Spock's dying words to you? The needs of the many Howard Wolowitz: Maybe I should answer the engineering questions. I am an engineer, after all. Sheldon: By that logic, I should answer all the anthropology questions because I'm a mammal. Howard Wolowitz: He compared Sheldon to a disposable feminine cleansing product one might use on a summer's eve. Sheldon: Well At this point I should inform you, I intend to form my own team and will destroy the molecular bonds that bind your very matter together, and reduce the resulting particular chaos to tears.
Raj Koothrappali: I say we wait until he looks at us, then laugh like "Yes, you are a smart and strong competitor, but we are also smart and strong and we have a reasonable chance of defeating you. Howard Wolowitz: That sounds more like "We are a tall, thin woman who wants to make a coat out of your Dalmatians. Leonard: Guys, let's remember that Sheldon is still our friend, and my roommate. Leslie Winkle: That arrogant, misogynistic East Texas doorknob that told me I should abandon my work with high energy particles for laundry and child bearing?
Howard Wolowitz: Oooh There's going to be a scene depicting Spock's birth. Raj Koothrappali: I'd be more interested in a scene depicting Spock's conception. Sheldon: Oh, please. For Vulcans, mating - or if you will, pon farr Leonard: Still, I'd like to know the details. His mother was human, his father was Vulcan. They couldn't just 'conceive'. Howard Wolowitz: Maybe they had to go to a clinic. Raj Koothrappali: How come on Star Trek everybody's private parts are the same?
No alien lady ever told Captain Kirk, "Hey, get your thing out of my nose". Sheldon: [discussing their team name for the Physics Bowl] Teams are traditionally named after fierce creatures, thus intimidating one's opponent. Sheldon: Poor choice. Gram for gram, no animal exceeds the relative fighting strength of the army ant. Raj Koothrappali: Maybe so. But you can't incinerate a Bengal tiger with a magnifying glass. Sheldon: What do manners have to do with it? This is war. Were the Romans polite when they salted the ground of Carthage to make sure nothing would ever grow again?
D in neuroscience or something. Eric Gablehauser: First question.
For ten points: What is the isospin singlet partner of the pi-zero meson? Leonard: Sheldon, is proving that you are single-handedly smarter than everyone else so important that you would rather lose by yourself than win as part of a team? Sheldon: The objective of the competition is to give correct answers.
If I know them, why shouldn't I give them?
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Eric Gablehauser: Well, that's too bad, because the answer your teammate gave was correct. Penny: Good afternoon, and welcome to today's physics bowl practice round. I'm Penny, and I'll be your host, because apparently I didn't have anything else to do on a Saturday afternoon, and isn't that just a little sad? Gentlemen, are you ready? She got a PhD in neuroscience or something. Howard Wolowitz: Gentlemen, I believe I've found the solution to all our problems. Raj Koothrappali: Why? Because you slept together and when she was done with you she discarded you like last night's chutney?
Leslie Winkle: [Sheldon learns that Leslie is replacing him as a team member in a physics competition] Yeah, Leslie Winkle, the answer to the question, 'Who made Sheldon Cooper cry like a little girl? Sheldon: Yes, well, I'm polymerized tree sap and you're an inorganic adhesive so whatever verbal projectile you launch in my direction is reflected off of me and returns on its original trajectory and adheres to you. Sheldon Cooper: No, because we don't celebrate the ancient pagan festival of Saturnalia. Howard Wolowitz: Gather round, kids, it's time for Sheldon's beloved Christmas special.
Sheldon Cooper: In the pre-Christian era, as the winter solstice approached and the plants died, pagans brought evergreen boughs into their homes as an act of sympathetic magic, intended to guard the life essences of the plants until spring. This custom was later appropriated by Northern Europeans and eventually it becomes the so-called Christmas tree.
Penny: [after the tale of Saturnalia] Okay, well, thank you for that, but I got you and Leonard a few silly neighbor gifts, so I'll just put them under my tree. Sheldon Cooper: Oh, Penny. I know you think you are being generous, but the foundation of gift giving is reciprocity. You haven't given me a gift. You've given me an obligation. Howard Wolowitz: Don't feel bad, Penny, it's a classic rookie mistake.
My first Hanukah with Sheldon, he yelled at me for eight nights. Sheldon Cooper: Of course I do. The essence of the custom is that I now have to go out and purchase for you a gift of commensurate value and representing the same perceived level of friendship as that represented by the gift you've given me. It's no wonder suicide rates skyrocket this time of year. Sheldon Cooper: No, it's too late. I see it. That elf sticker says, "To Sheldon. The moving finger has writ.
Hannibal has crossed the alps. Howard Wolowitz: [Raj then whispers into Howard's ear then they both laugh] I know. It's funny when it's not happening to us. Sheldon Cooper: No. No, I brought this on myself by being such an endearing and important part of your life. Sheldon Cooper: Where were you that's more important than Wii Bowling night? Leonard Hofstadter: I'm not indoorsy. I just wear the appropriate sunblock because I don't take melanoma lightly. Howard Wolowitz: You're kidding! You've got lotions, and bath oils, and soaps.
That's the estrogen hat trick! Sheldon Cooper: What it is is a cacophonous assault of eucalyptus, bayberry, cinnamon and vanilla. It's as if my head were trapped in the pajamas of a sultan. Sheldon Cooper: If I were to give you this gift basket, based on that action alone and no other data, infer and describe the hypothetical relationship that exists between us. Sheldon Cooper: [Gives her the basket] Here. Now, are we friends? Are you my grandmother? Charlotte: I don't understand what you're talking about, and you're making me a little uncomfortable. Leonard Nimoy!
Penny: He came into the restaurant. Sorry the napkin's dirty - he wiped his mouth with it. Sheldon Cooper: [Now shaking with excitement] Do you realize what this means? All I need is a healthy ovum and I could grow my own Leonard Nimoy! Penny: [after Sheldon gives her several gift baskets] Sheldon, what did you do?
Leonard Hofstadter: Look, the guy was just in the right place at the right time with the right paradigm-shifting re-interpretation of the universe; he got lucky. Leonard Hofstadter: So, um, Dave, don't you think you and I should get back to the lab? You know, that dark matter isn't going to detect itself. David Underhill: Actually, I was thinking about taking the afternoon off so I could work on another experiment with Penny.
David Underhill: Uh-huh, we're going to explore the effects of tequila shots on a gorgeous year-old woman. Leonard Hofstadter: I have just one question for you. While I am perfectly happy with the way things are between us, you said that you didn't want to go out with me because I was too smart for you. Well, newsflash, Lady. David Underhill is ten times smarter than me. You'd have to drive a railroad spike in his brain for me to beat him at checkers. Next to him, I am like one of those sign-language gorillas who knows how to ask for grapes.
So my question is, what's up with that? Penny: Because. A smart guy takes the nude photos of his wife off his cell phone before he tries to take nude photos of his girlfriend. Penny: And you. If you are so okay with the way things are between us, why are you so jealous? Leonard Hofstadter: Well, tha The important thing is he's married, and that's terrible! Sheldon Cooper: Your argument is lacking in all scientific merit. Now, it is well established Superman cleans his by flying into Earth's yellow sun, which incinerates any contaminant matter and leaves the invulnerable kryptonian fabric unharmed and daisy-fresh.
Sheldon Cooper: I think we can safely assume all Kryptonian condiments were destroyed when the planet Krypton exploded. Raj Koothrappali: Or it turned into mustard kryptonite, the only way to destroy a rogue kryponian hot dog threatening Earth. Howard Wolowitz: C'mon, bath stuff! It's perfect. Leonard Hofstadter: I have two words for you: the first is 'Big', the other's 'Whoop'. Leonard Hofstadter: What are you looking at? You've never seen a hypocrite before?
Penny: Oh please, I recognize the walk of shame when I see it. All you're missing is a little smeared mascara and a purse with panties wadded up in it. Amy Farrah Fowler: If your friends are unconvincing, this year's donations might go to, say, the Geology Department. Amy Farrah Fowler: Millions of dollars being showered on poets, literary theorists, and students of gender studies. Raj Koothrappali: Here's what I wonder about zombies: [the others groan] What happens if they can't get any human flesh to eat?
They can't starve to death, they're already dead. Howard Wolowitz: You take this one. I spent an hour last night on "How do vampires shave when they can't see themselves in the mirror? Sheldon Cooper: Well-groomed vampires meet in pairs and shave each other. Case closed. Leonard Hofstadter: Uh, I guess it depends on the zombies, Raj.
Are we talking slow zombies, fast zombies? Like in '28 Days', if those zombies didn't eat the starved. Howard Wolowitz: Yes, you're thinking of '28 Days Later'. Sheldon Cooper: That depends. How much longer do you plan on fondling my shoulder? Sheldon Cooper: It's not a touch phobia, it's a germ phobia.
If you'd like to go put on a pair of latex gloves, I'll let you check me for a hernia. Sheldon Cooper: Just because the nice man is offering you candy doesn't mean you should jump into his windowless van. Sheldon Cooper: I refuse to be trotted out and shown off like a prize hog at the Texas State Fair, which, by the way, is something you don't want to attend wearing a Star Trek ensign's uniform. Latham: What happened to you, Wolowitz? Couldn't stick with it long enough to get your Ph. Howard Wolowitz: I'm an engineer. Most engineers don't bother with a Ph. Sheldon Cooper: An entire dinner to talk about your research?
Where are you going, the drive-thru at Jack In the Box? Sheldon Cooper: Given how much time you spend engaging in pointless self-abuse, you might consider just this once using your genitalia to actually accomplish something! Sheldon Cooper: [answering the phone] Cooper-Hofstadter residence; go for Cooper. Sheldon Cooper: Yes, of course I remember you; a woman well past her prime seeking to augment her social status by doling out her late husbands ill-gotten gains.
Sheldon Cooper: Well, if you're not going to give me money, then why are you calling? Sheldon Cooper: [passes the phone to Leonard] She wants to talk to you. Who's crazy now? Leonard Hofstadter: Mrs. Latham said she was seriously considering donating money so we could get a cryogenic centrifugal pump Penny: Okay, we can't keep explaining everything. Read that book we got you. Howard Wolowitz: Wait, wait, are you telling us that old lady wanted to have sex with you in exchange for giving your department millions of dollars?
Sheldon Cooper: I'm so proud of you! You sold yourself out like a common streetwalker! President Siebert: Ah, there he is, the man of the hour! He took one for the team! President Siebert: Keep telling yourself that; it makes it easier. Trust me, I know. Penny: Oh, Howard, I can't believe Bernadette let you go to a fancy party wearing a dicky. Howard Wolowitz: Excuse me, my girl friend doesn't pick out my clothes. My mother does. I'm just here for your money. I don't want to shake anyone's germy hands. Sheldon Cooper: Tell him Dr. Cooper feels that the best use of his time is to employ his rare and precious mental faculties to tear the mask off nature and stare at the face of God.
Sheldon Cooper: Penny, you're an expert at exchanging sexual favors for material gain. Walk him through this. Sheldon Cooper: It's a compliment. I believe in giving credit where credit's due. Barry Kripke: You got Siwi, huh? Voice wecognition on that thing is terrible. Sheldon Cooper: Hello. Over the next fifty-two weeks, you and I are going to explore the dynamic world of vexillology. Sheldon Cooper: Fun and information are two sides to this video podcast.
Not unlike the only two-sided state flag. Sheldon Cooper: Hello, Mister Beaver. In future episodes we'll answer some burning questions. What's the only non-rectangular flag? What animal appears most often on flags? What animal appears second most often on flags? And more. Penny: No, you've got a Reebok with a gunshot wound and an ouchie on your pinky toe. Siri: [Raj enters Siri's office] Steve, I found six vacuum cleaner repair shops in your area. Four are fairly close to you.
Raj Koothrappali: Kenny G! This woman can read me like a book. I can't believe bought my soulmate at Glendale Galleria. Sheldon Cooper: Flags. You got to know how to hold them. You got to know how to fold them. Sheldon Cooper: No, I'm a little rattled. But like the flag over Fort Sumter, I'm still here. Leonard Hofstadter: Well Sheldon Cooper: The flags of Liechtenstein and Haiti were identical by coincidence; a fact that wasn't discovered until they competed against each other at the Olympics.
And thankfully their embarrassment was overshadowed by the rise of fascism. Raj Koothrappali: I was just talking to Siri about Peking duck, and she said she knew about four Chinese grocers, two of which are fairly close to me. Her spontaneity is contagious. Amy Farrah Fowler: For someone who has a machine that can travel anywhere in time and space, Doctor Who sure does have a thing for modern-day London.
Sheldon Cooper: Careful. It's that kinda sass that can get a person uninvited to this year's Who Con. Leonard Hofstadter: Atta boy, Hofstatdter. Nothing gets the ladies hotter than software development analogies. Raj Koothrappali: One name. Just like Cher, Madonna, Adele Sheldon: [in a deep voice] If you have time to lean, you have time to clean.
Sheldon: I am truly sorry for what happened last night. I take full responsibility and I hope it won't color your opinion of Leonard, who is not only a wonderful guy but also, I hear, a gentle and thorough lover. Penny: You know, I do like the one where Lois Lane falls from the helicopter and Superman swooshes down and catches her.