-把他按倒 -你没辙了 谢尔顿
Take him down! He's got you, sheldon.
Look at this move! He's completely schooling you.
Hey, guys. guys.
Some of the other waitresses wanted me to ask you something.
It's called Tresling. It combines the physical strength of arm wrestling
with the mental agility of Tetris into the ultimate spots.
Yeah, that's terrific.
but they wanted me to ask you to cut it the hell out.
好 来吧 大伙 来了
Great. Come here, guys. Come on.
Happy birthday to you.
我们还是结束吧 打成平手 俄罗斯方块你赢了
We might as well stop. It's a stalemate. You're beating me in Tetris,
but you've got the upper body strength of a Keebler elf.
Keebler elf? I've got your Keebler elf right here.
Okay, it's a stalemate.
So, leonard, will we be seeing you
on saturday for your free birthday cheesecake?
He can't eat cheesecake.
He's lactose intolerant.
Okay, he can have carrot cake.
What about the cream cheese frosting?
He can scrape it off.
Forget about the cake.
How do you know that my birthday's saturday?
I did your horoscope, remember?
I was going to do everybody's,
Until sheldon went on one of his typical psychotic rants.
For the record,
"that psychotic rant" was a concise summation
Of the research of bertram forer, who in 1948,
Proved conclusively through meticulously designed
Experiments that astrology is nothing
but pseudo-scientific hokum.
Blah, blah, blah. typical taurus.
So, seriously. are we going to see you saturday?
Uh, I don't inink so. why not?
I don't celebrate my birthday.
Shut up. yeah, you do.
It's no big deal; it's just the way I was raised.
My parents focused on celebrating achievements,
And being expelled from a birth canal
was not considered one of them.
That's so silly.
It's actually based on very sound theories.
His mother published a paper on it.
Well, what was it called?
"i hate my son and that's why he can't have cake"?
It was obviously effective.
Leonard grew up to be an experimental physicist.
Perhaps if she'd also denied him christmas,
he'd be a little better at it.
Well, I love birthdays.
Waking up to mom's special french toast breakfast,
Wearing the birthday king crown,
playing laser tag with all my friends...
That's what kids should have.
Actually, that was last year.
So you really never had a birthday party?
No, but it was okay.
I mean, when I was little,
I'd think maybe my parents would change
Their mind and surprise me with a party.
Like this one birthday I came home from my cello
Lesson and I saw a lot of strange cars parked out front.
When I got to the door,
I could hear people whispering
and I could smell german chocolate cake,
Which is my favorite.
It turns out my grandfather had died.
Oh, my god. that's terrible.
Well, it was kind of like a birthday party.
所有的亲戚都来了 也有蛋糕 所以...
I got to see all my cousins, and there was cake, so...
That's the saddest thing I've ever heard.
Go ahead, tell her about your senior prom.
天才也性感 第一季 第16集
The Big Bang Theory S01E16
Make sure they remember-- no peanuts.
Howard, every thai restaurant in town
knows you can't eat peanuts.
When they see me coming, they go, "ah, no-peanut boy!"
Leonard just left.
I know. I want to talk to you.
What would we talk about?
We have no overlapping areas of interest I'm aware of.
As you know, I don't care for chitchat.
Can you just let me in?
Well, all right, but I don't see this as a promising endeavor.
Okay, here's the deal.
We are going to throw leonard a kick-ass
Surprise party for his birthday on saturday.
I hardly think so.
Leonard made it very clear he doesn't want a party.
Did someone say... "party"?
He just doesn't know he wants one 'cause he's never had one.
I suppose that's possible, but for the record,
I've never had a threesome and yet I still know I want one.
Here's the difference-- the possibility exists that
Leonard could have a birthday party before hell freezes over.
好吧 如果我真的玩3P了 我不会叫你的
Fine. if I do have a threesome, you can't be part of it.
I'm just kidding. yes, you can.
Can you bring a friend.
I think a birthday party's a terrible idea.
I envy leonard for growing up without that anguish.
Year after year,
I had to endure wearing comical hats while being
Forced into the crowded, sweaty hell of bouncy castles.
Not to mention being blindfolded and being spun toward a
Grotesque illess donkey as the other children mocked my disorientation.
I understand u have scars that no nonprofeioional can heal, but,
Nevertheless, we're going to throw leonard a birthday party.
Have I pointed out that I'm extremely uncomforblble with dancing,
Loud music and most other forms of alcohol-induced frivolity?
In addition, I really don't think that leonard wtsts...
要么你帮我开派对 要么 上帝啊
You either you help me throw leonard a birtayay party or, so help me god,
I will go into your bedroom and unbag all of your most valuable,
Mint-condition comic books.
And on one of them-- you won't know which--
I'll draw a tiny happy face in ink. you can't do that.
If you make a mark in a mint comic book, it's no longer mint.
Sheldon, do you understand the concept of blackmail?
当然 我明白 噢...
Well, of course, i... oh.
Yeah, I have an idea.
Let's throw leonard a kick-ass birthday party.
That's not the secret knock.
This is the secret knock.
what difference does it make?
The whole point of a secret knock is to establish a
Non-verbal signal to verify the identity of one's co-conspirators.
Is that raj and howard?
Possibly, but unverified.
Will you just let us in.
Luckily for you, this is not a nuclear reactor.
So what'd you get the birthday boy?
Well, raj got him an awesome,
Limited edition dark knight sculpture
Based on alex ross's definitive batman.
And I got him this amazing autographed copy
Of the feynman lectures on physics.
I got him a sweater.
Okay, well, he might like that.
I've seen him get chilly.
Sheldon, I didn't see your present.
That's because I didn't bring one.
Why not? don't ask.
The entire institution of gift-giving makes no sense.
Too late. let's say I go out and I spend $50 on you.
It's a laborious activity because I have to imagine what you need,
Whereas you know what you need.
现在 我们把事情简化 直接给你50美元
Now, I could simplify things-- just give you the $50 directly,
And then you could give me $50 on my birthday, and so on,
Until one of us dies, leaving the other one old and $50 richer.
And I ask you, is it worth it?
Told you not to ask.
Well, sheldon, you're his friend.
Friends give each other presents.
I accept your premise; I reject your conclusion.
Try telling him it's a non-optional social convention.