max12 -> Big Bang Theory - Best Geek Show Ever? (7/2/2009 9:30:37 PM)
This is the best geek show ever. Far superior to the boring IT Crowd and Spaced.
Sheldon is one of the greatest comedy creations and the greatest geek ever.
Leonard: What are you doing?
Sheldon: Every Saturday since weíve lived in this apartment, I have awakened at 6:15, poured myself a bowl of cereal, added a quarter-cup of 2% milk, sat on this end of this couch, turned on BBC America, and watched Doctor Who.
Leonard: Pennyís still sleeping.
Sheldon: Every Saturday since weíve lived in this apartmentÖ
Leonard: You have a TV in your room, why donít you just have breakfast in bed?
Sheldon: Because I am neither an invalid nor a woman celebrating Motherís Day.
Sheldon: I'm sorry but I'm not going to watch the Clone Wars TV Series until I've seen the Clone Wars movie. I prefer to let George Lucas disappoint me in the order he intended.
Penny: I always say that when one door closes, another one opens.
Sheldon: No it doesn't. Not unless the two doors are connected by relays or there are motion sensors involved. Or if the first door closing creates a change of air pressure that acts upon the second door.
Penny: (gives Sheldon a long look) Never mind.
Sheldon: Rock - Paper - Scissors - Lizard - Spock
Penny: Iím a Sagittarius, which probably tells you way more than you need to know.
Sheldon: Yes, it tells us that you participate in the mass cultural delusion that the sunís apparent position relative to arbitrarily defined constellations at the time of your birth somehow affects your personality.
Penny: (puzzled) Participate in the what?
Leonard: We need to widen our circle.
Sheldon: I have a very wide circle. I have 212 friends on myspace.
Leonard: Yes, and youíve never met one of them.
Sheldon: Thatís the beauty of it.
Penny: Yes, I know men can't fly.
Sheldon: No, no let's assume that they can. Lois Lane is falling, accelerating at an initial rate of 32ft per second, per second. Superman swoops down to save her by reaching out two arms of steel. Ms. Lane, who is now traveling at approximately 120 miles per hour, hits them, and is immediately sliced into three. equal pieces.
Sheldon: Iíve spent the past three-and-a-half years staring at greaseboards full of equations; before that, I spent four years working on my thesis; before that, I was in college; and before that, I was in the fifth grade.
Sheldon: 1234 is not a secure password.
Sheldon: What type of Computer do you have? And please don't say a white one.
Sheldon: Okay, look, I think you have as much of a chance of having a sexual relationship with Penny as the Hubble telescope does of discovering that at the center of every black hole is a little man with a flashlight searching for a circuit breaker. Nevertheless, I do feel obligated to point out to you that she did not reject you. You did not ask her out.
Sheldon: What if she ends up with a toddler who doesn't know if he should use an integral or a differential to solve for the area under a curve?
Leonard: I'm sure she'll still love him.
Sheldon: I wouldn't.
Sheldon: We donít eat here, I donít know whatís goodÖ
Penny: Well, itís all good.
Sheldon: Statistically unlikely.