Sheldon: Well, I assume since the rest of you have set the bar so low, you're saving the most impressive contribution for last. Go ahead, Howard, dazzle me.
Howard: My power is the ability to pretend like I give a damn about your piddly-ass problems. And that's 24/7, buddy.
Sheldon: And I appreciate the pretense.
Sheldon: The X-Men were named for the X in Charles Xavier. Since I am Sheldon Cooper, you will be my C-Men.
Sheldon: Penny and Leonard, would you be able to answer some questions I'm having about the events of last night?
Sheldon: Question one, where are my pants?
Leonard: You might want to check YouTube.
Sheldon: What do I search?
Leonard: It's already loaded. Just hit play.
Sheldon: This alcohol is defective. I do not feel any difference.
Penny: (hands him another glass of wine) Here, try this one.
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #282, a picture of the studio audience, proclaiming them to be all the laugh track the show needs in response to recent claims the show enhances its broadcasts with canned laughter.
The Italian episode title is "L'alternativa ai pantaloni". The German title is "Die dunkle Seite des Mondes", meaning "The Dark Side of the Moon". The French title is "Le Prix Scientifique", meaning "The Price of Science".
Music: Tom Lehrer's "The Elements", sung by Sheldon
International Airdates: Latin America: April 27, 2010 on Warner Channel; Australia: May 17, 2010 on Channel 9; United Kingdom: June 24, 2010 on E4; Finland: December 20, 2010 on Sub; Czech Republic: December 30, 2010 on Prima COOL; Turkey: January 31, 2011 on CNBC-e; Slovakia: November 10, 2011 on Markiza
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