"The Big Bang Theory" The Cooper-Hofstadter Polarization (TV Episode 2008) Poster

Kaley Cuoco: Penny



  • Penny : So you and Leonard, huh? A little misunderstanding?

    Sheldon : A little misunderstanding? A little misunderstanding? Galileo and the Pope had a little misunderstanding...

  • Penny : [picking out clothes from Leonard's closet]  Okay. Well, let's just see what else you have. Okay, here, take this, and this, and this, and these...

    Leonard Hofstadter : Is this all stuff you want me to try on?

    Penny : No, this is the stuff I want you to throw out. Seriously, don't even give it to charity; you won't be helping anyone.

  • Penny : What is this?

    Leonard Hofstadter : Oh, that is the bottled city of Kandor.

    Penny : Uh-huh.

    Leonard Hofstadter : You see, Kandor was the capital city of Krypton, until it was shrunk by Braniac before Krypton was destroyed. It was then rescued by Superman.

    Penny : Oh. It's nice.

    Leonard Hofstadter : It's a lot cooler when girls aren't looking at it.

  • Leonard Hofstadter : Hang on. Hang on. Do you not realize what we just did?

    Penny : Yeah, you turned your stereo down with your laptop.

    Leonard Hofstadter : Ah, no, we turned out stereo down by sending a signal around the world via the internet.

    Penny : Ohhhh. You know, you can just get one of those universal remotes from Radio Shack. They're really cheap.

  • Penny : [as Sheldon and Leonard fight]  Is this usually how these physics things go?

    Howard Wolowitz : More often than you'd think.

  • Howard Wolowitz : I just checked the house, there must be twenty, twenty-five people in there.

    Leonard Hofstadter : Wow.

    Penny : Is that good?

    Leonard Hofstadter : In physics, twenty-five is Woodstock.

  • Penny : Howard, would you like to explain to me why your Facebook page has a picture of me sleeping on your shoulder captioned "me and my girlfriend"?

    Howard Wolowitz : Uh-oh, here comes "the talk".

  • Penny : [At their mailboxes]  . Get anything good?

    Sheldon Cooper : Uh, just the latest copy of Applied Particle Physics Quarterly.

    Penny : Oh, you know, that is so weird that yours came and mine didn't.

    [Sheldon looks confused] 

    Penny : It was a joke.

  • Leonard Hofstadter : See?

    Penny : No.

    Sheldon Cooper : Someone in Sichuan province, China, is using his computer to turn our lights on and off.

    Penny : Oh, that's handy. Here's a question... Why?

    Boys together : Because we can.

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