Sheldon claims that the high-pitched noise he hears is an octave above middle-C, but the note that he hums is actually a C-sharp.
(about the ringing in Sheldon's ear)
Leonard: Maybe it's a lingering bacterial infection from all those childhood toilet swirlies.
Sheldon: Is that possible? I used to get those all the time, even in church.
Leonard: Every time I try to talk to her about moving out she cries, and we have sex.
Raj: You're lucky. With me it's usually the other way around.
(at the hospital)
Stephanie: Where did you get the stethoscope and the blood pressure cuff?
Sheldon: My aunt Marion gave them to me for my 12th birthday. She thought if I failed at theoretical physics that I should have a trade to fall back on.
Howard: You know, if you can't talk to her, why don't you just text her?
Leonard: Isn't that kinda cowardly?
Howard: Oh, yeah, it's beyond contemptable.
Raj: That's true. But on the other hand, you are wearing a bird sweater.
Stephanie: Go home, Sheldon.
Sheldon: Can I at least have the Upper GI? I already drank the barium.
Penny: You don't always have to go along with what the woman wants.
Leonard: Nothing... just re-thinking my whole life.
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #231.
The German episode title is "Kleines Gefäß mit Honig", meaning "A Small Container of Honey". The French title is "L'Énigme Vartabedian", the Italian title is "La sciarada di Vartabedian", and the Spanish and Mexican title is "El rompecabezas Vartabedian", all exact translations.
International Airdates: Latin America: February 17, 2009 on Warner Channel; Australia: July 20, 2009 on Channel 9; Turkey: November 9, 2009 on CNBC-e; Finland: December 14, 2009 on Sub; Czech Republic: November 8, 2010 on Prima COOL; Slovakia: September 27, 2011 on Markiza
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