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this section was originally for me to paste a correction and addition for someone on IRC who offered to edit for me; now that the content has been updated, I figured it would be okay to remove it from here, and also add another suggested addition from episode 2.20 The Transporter Malfunction, which I just finished watching.
(Penny just gave Leonard and Sheldon each a vintage Star Trek transporter toy)
- Sheldon: Look, it was actually designed for my vintage Mr. Spock action figure!
- Penny: Oh, that's great, let's open it up and put him in there!
(Leonard and Sheldon recoil and cradle the boxes defensively)
- Sheldon: Oh, good lord, no!
- Penny: Why? They're just toys.
- Sheldon: Mint in box!
- Penny: C'mon, can't we open one up and take a look?
(Leonard and Sheldon recoil again and shout)
- Leonard: No! Once you open the box it loses its value.
- Penny: Yeah, yeah, my mom gave me the same lecture about my virginity. I gotta tell you, it was a lot more fun taking it out and playing with it.
Not two theoretical physicistsEdit
Sheldon is a theoretical physicist and Howard is an applied physicist - unsigned comment by 18.104.22.168, 22:55, 14 February 2013