When the University reassigns Sheldon's parking spot to Wolowitz, their fight affects the whole gang.
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Goof: While Penny and Bernadette go through Bernadette's wedding album it would seem there are no photos only blank pages.
(Sheldon is sitting in Howard's parking spot doing work, Howard tries to park there)
Howard: OK, you need to move now.
Sheldon: No I don't.
Howard: You can't stay there forever.
Sheldon: Actually, I have a plastic baggie strapped to my leg that says I can. Give up, Wolowitz, you've chosen to tangle with a superior intellect you can't defeat. There is nothing you can possibly do to--(Howard lays on the horn, Sheldon puts on a pair of oversized headphones)
Howard: Those aren't going to help you Sheldon!
Sheldon: Oh yes they are! I mean what?
Bernadette: So, did you spend last night hearing about this silly parking space fight, too?
Amy: For hours. Fortunately, I couldn't understand most of it 'cause Sheldon was wearing that stupid robot mask.
Bernadette: Howard was so angry I had to mash up Benadryl in his ice cream to get him to fall asleep.
Amy: I guess this is what we get for being with two testosterone-fueled alpha males. At some point, they're bound to lock horns.
Penny: I'm assuming these are some kind of horns they bought at Comic-Con?
Bernadette: I'm really sorry they took Sheldon's spot away. He shouldn't have to suffer just because Howard's such a big deal now.
Amy: I know, Sheldon should just let Howard have his little moment in the sun.
Bernadette: What's that supposed to mean?
Amy: Well, Howard's never gonna go to space again, but Sheldon will always be a genius.
Bernadette: You're right. And I'm sure Sheldon will get a fancy parking spot again, if and when he makes a worthwhile contribution to science.
Amy: If and when?
Penny: Okay, maybe we should change the subject. Amy, how are your lady parts? Still chilly down there?
Bernadette: Hang on. None of Sheldon's theories have ever been definitively proven. My husband actually went to outer space.
Amy: That's an impressive accomplishment. He's now an inspiration to millions of Americans who know you don't have to be special or even qualified to go into space.
Penny: You know, I remember the first time I got a bikini wax. My sister did it with melted Crayolas and duct tape. (laughing) It's a bad idea...
Bernadette: Gosh, Amy. I'm sensing a little hostility. Is it maybe because, like Sheldon's work, your sex life is also theoretical? (Amy is shocked.)
Penny: (tries not to laugh) Damn.
Amy: Yeah, well, at least when we do make love, Sheldon won't be thinking about his mother.
(Penny and Bernadette are shocked.)
Amy: And yes, that is a cleverly veiled reference to Howard's lifelong obsession to crawl back into her spacious womb.
This episode's end titles have Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #400.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: November 29, 2012 on CTV
United Kingdom:January 17, 2013 on E4/E4 HD
Finland: December 12, 2013 on Sub
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