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‘The Athenaeum Allocation’ Quotes

The Big Bang Theory: The Athenaeum Allocation

1117. The Athenaeum Allocation

Aired March 8, 2018

When Sheldon and Amy find the perfect place to host their wedding, Leonard is called on to make it happen. Meanwhile, Howard and Bernadette struggle to decide who should stay at home with the kids.

Quote from Amy

Sheldon: You know, I'm really happy with our wedding date. The month squared equals the square of the sum of the members of the set of prime factors of the day. Isn't that romantic?
Amy: Yes, it's like that Shakespeare sonnet, "Shall I compare thee to a day that's also a really weird math problem."


Quote from Amy

Leonard: Do you guys have a location yet? 'Cause you don't have a lot of time.
Amy: Hey, it took us nine months to pick a date, and a week to decide if brains can have lips on them, so get in the boat and row.

Quote from Howard

Howard: Honestly, it's gonna be hard when we both go back to work. I've been thinking maybe it would be better if one of us decided to stay home.
Raj: I don't know, I was raised by servants, and look at me.
Howard: I literally can't tell if you think that's good or bad.

Quote from Amy

Sheldon: Well, I suppose we could pick a different date.
Amy: Well, it took you nine months to choose that one. I'll pick a different husband first.

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