生活大爆炸第一季第五集_3：The Hamburger Postulate
-Leonard: You can stare at your board all day, Sheldon.
-Leonard: She's still going to be right.
-Penny: Oh, hey, Leonard.
-Leonard: Oh, hi
-Penny: So... how's it going?
-Leonard: Pretty good.
-Penny: Just pretty good?
-Penny: I'd think you were doing very good.
-Leonard: Pretty, very... there's really no objective scale for delineating variations of "good. "
还 "很"... 描述"好"的变化程度，并没有客观的范围。
-Leonard: Why do you ask?
-Penny: Well, a little bird told me that you and Leslie hooked up last night.
-Penny: So, is it serious? Do you like her?
-Leonard: I don't...
-Leonard: Th-th-that's really two different questions.
-Leonard: Uh, I'm not...
-Leonard: Sheldon, we have to go!
-Sheldon: Boy, you're wound awfully tight for a man who's just had sexual intercourse.
-Penny: All right, well, I'll talk to you later, but I am so happy for you, Leonard.
-Leonard: Thank you.
-Leonard: What did she mean she's happy for me?
-Leonard: Is she happy that I'm seeing someone?
-Leonard: Or is she happy because she thinks that I'm happy?
-Leonard: Because anyone who cared for someone would want them to be happy.
-Leonard: Even if the reason for their happiness made the first person unhappy.
-Leonard: Because the second person, though happy, is now romantically unavailable to the first person.
-Sheldon: Do you realize I may have to share a Nobel Prize with your booty call?
-Leonard: You know what?
-Leonard: I'm being ridiculous.
Who cares what Penny thinks?
Leslie is a terrific girl.
We like each other.
She's extremely intelligent...
-Sheldon: She's not that intelligent.
-Leonard: She fixed your equation.
-Sheldon: She got lucky. You don't believe in luck.
-Leonard: I don't have to believe in it for her to be lucky.
Regardless, I have a chance at a real relationship with Leslie.
I'm not going to pass that up for some hypothetical future of happiness with a woman
who may or may not want me to be happy, with a woman who is currently making me happy.
-Sheldon: I still don't care.
-Leonard: Hey, Leslie.
-Leslie: Careful, Leonard.
Liquid nitrogen,320 degrees below zero.
-Leonard: Why are smashing a flash-frozen banana?
-Leslie: Because I got a bowl of Cheerios and I couldn't find a knife. Oh.
-Leonard: So anyway... Hello.
Uh, what are you doing?
-Leonard: Just extending the intimacy.
-Leonard: Hey, do you want to slip over to the radiation lab and share a decontamination shower?
-Leslie: Okay, uh, what exactly do you think's going on between us?
-Leonard: I'm not sure, but I think I'm about to discover how the banana felt.
-Leslie: Listen, Leonard, neither of us are neuroscientists, but we both understand the biochemistry of sex.
I mean, dopamine in our brains is released across synapses, causing pleasure.
You stick electrodes in a rat's brain; give him an orgasm button,
he'll push that thing until he starves to death.
-Leonard: Well, who wouldn't?
-Leslie: Well, the only difference between us and the rat is that you can't stick an electrode in our hypothalamus.
That's where you come in.
-Leonard: Yeah, well, I'm just glad to be a part of it.
-Leonard: So what happens now?
-Leslie: Well, I don't know about your sex drive, but I'm probably good till New Year's.
-Leonard: Oh. Okay. Thank you.
-Leslie: Thank you.
-Leonard: You want to make plans for New Year's?
-Leslie: Whoa, Leonard, please. You're smothering me.
-Leonard: Oh. Sorry.
-Howard: Hey, look. It's Dr. Stud!
-Leonard: Dr. What?
-Howard: The blogosphere is a-buzzing with news of youand Leslie Winkle making eine kleine bang-bang music.
-Leonard: What? How did it get on the Internet?
-Howard: I put it there.
-Leonard: Well, how did you know about it?
-Rajesh: A little bird told us.
Apparently, you are a magnificent beast.
-Leonard: That part's true.
-Sheldon: You know, I think I may have misjudged this restaurant.
-Leonard: No kidding.
-Sheldon: I don't want to go out on a limb,
-Sheldon: but I think we may be looking at my new Tuesday hamburger.
-Leonard: Your old Tuesday hamburger will be so brokenhearted.
-Sheldon: Way ahead of you.
-Sheldon: I was thinking of moving Big Boy to Thursdays, and just dropping Souplantation.
-Leonard: Really? Yeah.
-Sheldon: The name always confused me anyway.
-Sheldon: You can't grow soup.
-Penny: So, how's everything?
-Sheldon: Mmm! Terrific.
-Sheldon: You'll be happy to know that I plan to come here every Tuesday night
for the foreseeable future.
-Penny: Really? Oh, yay!
-Sheldon: Who do I speak to about permanently reserving this table?
-Penny: Um... I don't know... a psychiatrist?
-Penny: So, hey, how are things with you and Leslie?
-Leonard: Oh, to be honest, I don't think it's going to work out.
-Penny: Oh. Oh, that's too bad.
-Penny: Well, hey, don't worry.
-Penny: I'm sure there's someone out there who's just right for you.
-Leonard: What did she mean by that?!
-Leonard: Was that just a generic platitude,
-Leonard: or was that a subtle bid for attention?
-Sheldon: You know why this hamburger surpasses the Big Boy?
-Sheldon: This is a single-decker hamburger, whereas the Big Boy is a double-decker.
-Sheldon: This has a much more satisfying meat-to-bun-to-condiment ratio.
-Leonard: Are you even listening to me?
-Sheldon: Of course, I'm listening.
-Sheldon: Blah, blah, hopeless Penny delusion, blah, blah, blah.
-Leonard: Okay, then.
-Leonard: You know, you can grow the ingredients for soup.
go out on a limb：孤立无援的境地