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Sheldon Cooper: I've been acting like the game is over, but it's only halftime. And there's a lot more physics left to play.

Amy Farrah Fowler: Wow, was that your first ever sports metaphor?

Sheldon Cooper: It was. And I think it was a home run. That's two.

Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz: Like my mom used to say when I was doing pageants, "Tears only make your eyes sparkle brighter."

Rajesh Koothrappali: That is both sad and true. Half my Instagram is after a good cry.

(Amy and Sheldon are watching old video of young Sheldon)

Amy Farrah Fowler: Oh, look how cute you were.

Sheldon Cooper: Amy please, of course I was cute. Look how I turned out.

Amy Farrah Fowler: It is the emergency pep talk you made when you were a kid.

Sheldon Cooper: Oh, that. I was saving it for the day they stop making Star Wars movies. I don't think that's ever gonna happen.

Amy Farrah Fowler: How long has it been since you've seen it?

Sheldon Cooper: Not since the day I recorded it. No, I had just watched Back to the Future II, where Marty McFly gets a glimpse of his future self and that got me thinking, the day may come where I needed my help, like they did with that movie. That was not great.

Leonard Hofstadter: I have something that might help. It's-it's a recording of the only person whose opinion Sheldon actually respects.

Amy Farrah Fowler: Hawking? Feynman?

Leonard Hofstadter: No, himself. It's a pep talk he made when he was a kid. He gave it to me years ago and told me to save it for a real emergency.

Penny Hofstadter: What? You didn't break it out when he declared his room a sovereign nation and waged a trade war against us?

Leonard Hofstadter: His major export is talking. I didn't want that anyway.

(Penny explains to others what not to say infront of Amy and Sheldon to not make them upset...)

Penny Hofstadter: We should just try and avoid anything that makes them think of their project or science or Nobel Prizes or successes or failures.

(Amy and Sheldon walk in...)

Amy Farrah Fowler: What are you guys doing?

Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz: Nothing.

Sheldon Cooper: Nothing? Like what my career has come to? Thanks a lot.

(Sheldon storms out of the room)

Howard Wolowitz: Nice going.

Leonard Hofstadter: The europium laser is so cool. It has a four-level f-f transition which provides for high power output, and its quantum efficiency is off the charts.

Sheldon Cooper: What are you going to use it for?

Leonard Hofstadter: I have no idea.

Leonard Hofstadter: So, I've narrowed it down to three worthwhile projects, but I only have the money to fund one of them. Lucky for you, I have a solution.

President Siebert: I can't wait.

Leonard Hofstadter: You free up more money and I fund all of them.

President Siebert: Mm, no.

Leonard Hofstadter: Or... hear me out... yes. That way, e-everybody's happy.

President Siebert: You can't make everybody happy.

Leonard Hofstadter: I think I can.

President Siebert: You can't.

Leonard Hofstadter: Well, actually...

President Siebert: You're making me unhappy.

Leonard Hofstadter: Okay, what would you do?

President Siebert: I'd find some sap and put him in charge so I wouldn't have to be the bad guy.

Leonard Hofstadter: That's a really good ide... Oh.

Amy Farrah Fowler: What do you guys think you're doing?

Rajesh Koothrappali: We're showing Sheldon "Halloween".

Amy Farrah Fowler: Absolutely not. Sheldon, come home.

Sheldon Cooper: But I really want to watch it.

Amy Farrah Fowler: I know you do, but I am forbidding it.

Sheldon Cooper: Oh, man. Sorry, guys. (Amy and Sheldon leave...) What took you so long?

Amy Farrah Fowler: I'm sorry. I just got your text!

Bert Kibbler: Really? An arranged marriage?

Rajesh Koothrappali: Yeah. I know how it sounds.

Bert Kibbler: It sounds awesome. Is that just an Indian thing, or can I get a piece of that?

Anu: You know the woman has a choice, right?

Bert Kibbler: There's always a catch.

Penny Hofstadter: Bernadette, why don't we get to dress up at work?

Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz: We used to, but a couple guys in the infectious disease lab went as zombies and it triggered a quarantine. The CDC was so mad.