SHELDON: Teams are traditionally named after fierce creatures thus intimidating one's opponent.
RAJ: We could be the Bengal Tigers.
SHELDON: Poor choice. Gram for gram no animal exceeds the relative fighting strength of the army ant.
RAJ: Maybe so, but you can't incinerate a Bengal tiger with a magnifying glass.
LEONARD: Let's put it to a vote. All those in favor…
SHELDON: Point of order.
SHELDON: I move that any vote on team names be unanimous. No man should be forced to emblazon his chest with a Bengal tiger when common sense dictates it should be an army ant.
LEONARD: Will the gentleman from the great state of denial yield for a question?
SHELDON: I will yield.
LEONARD: After we go through the exercise of an annoying series of votes, which the gentleman will lose does he intend to quit if he does not get his way?
SHELDON: He does.
LEONARD: I move, We are the Army Ants. All those in favor?
PENNY:Good afternoon and welcome to today's Physics Bowl practice round.I'm Penny, and I'll be your host because apparently I didn't have anything else to do on a Saturday afternoon and isn't that just a little sad?Gentlemen, are you ready?
HOWARD: Fire away.
PENNY: It's none of my business but is a guy who can't speak in front of women gonna hold you back?
1. named after以…命名
Some streets in the city are named after great person. 城市中有些街道以伟人的名字命名。
2. magnifying glass放大镜,相信童鞋们小时候一定玩过,在太阳地下用放大镜聚光烧蚂蚁,哈又是童年一美好时光,虽然对蚂蚁残忍了.
3. Point of order议事程序, 议程
The meeting is adjourned on a point of order. 因争论议事程序问题休会。
4. get his way： 他就得逞,随心所欲他就得逞,随心所欲
I hear he's expert at using sweet nothings to get his way with a girl. 我听说他非常擅长用甜言蜜语把姑娘骗到手。
5. Fire away不停地射击；开始说话或做事
If anyone has any questions, please fire away .如果谁有什么问题，请不加保留地提出来。
6. hold back隐瞒；退缩；抑制；阻止