Howard finally gets rid of his motor scooter that was the butt of many jokes for over five years.
You idiot! What the hell do you have in there?
Amy Farrah Fowler: Just my wallet, keys and a coffee can full of change I've been meaning to take to the bank!
Bernadette Rostenkowski: Don't move, I'll get some ice!
Amy Farrah Fowler: Are you okay?
Penny: Get away from me, or I swear to God I will rip out what's left of ...
Bernadette Rostenkowski: ...
Sheldon is known for being an overly hygienic mysophobe and very strict about who can touch his food, but in the cafeteria, while discussing mummies and zombies, Leonard gives Sheldon a cookie, and he eats it.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #400
I've been told that if you change your mind, you change the world - or at least the way you experience it. Let's take a moment to examine that. The presumption is, if you thought the world was a hostile, ugly place filled with awful people doing awful things, that is what you'd see. Your mind would naturally seek out confirmation for its preconceived ideas (e.g., if you're intent on buying a red car, as you go about your day you'll see lots of red cars). If, however, you were able to sincerely change your mind and see that we are all God in drag, that we are the conscious aspects of a perfect universe which had to create us so we could bear witness and stand in awe before its loving magnificence, then that is the soul-shaking reality you'd be greeted with each and every moment of each and every day. In other words, it is entirely our choice as to what kind of world we live in. With a simple decision, we can suffer in the darkness or play in the light. We can be angry, frightened and enslaved, or loving, joyous and free.
I know. It's a toughie.