Leonard: You can’t let this kid get to you. You always knew that someday someone would come along who was younger and smarter.
Sheldon: Yes, but I assumed I would have been dead hundreds of years, and that there’d be an asterisk by his name because he’d be a cyborg.
Zack: Maybe if we told Goodman what we know, he’d authorize a change in priorities.
Angela: Or, he’d suspend us all for defying him.
Brennan: Angela’s right.
Zack: So, we’re going to drop this, and get back to what Dr. Goodman told us to do in the first place?
Brennan: No. We are going to keep doing what we’re doing behind Goodman’s back!
Hodgins: That’s the spirit!
Joey: Well, I guess we know what we have to do to get down.
Ross: Yeah, I guess we don’t have a choice. HELP US! PLEASE HELP US! WE’RE STUCK UP ON THE ROOF AND WE CAN’T GET DOWN!
Joey: Ross. I was thinking we could just go down the fire escape.
Olivia: Walter, what’s the Bible for?
Walter: Well, you’re taking untested psychedelics, lying in saline with an electric charge in the base of your cranium. Among other things, I thought it appropriate to pray you don’t get electrocuted.
Olivia: Praise the Lord.
“This is Doctor Sheldon Cooper. Yeah, I need to cancel my membership to the Planetarium. Well, I’m sorry too, but there’s just no room for you in my wallet. Yeah, I understand, but it was between you and the Museum of Natural History, and frankly, you don’t have dinosaurs. Well, I’ll miss you too. Bye bye.”