HOWARD: See the blonde over there? I can hit on her and you can't.
LEONARD: So,go hit on her.
HOWARD: She's not my type.
RAJ: Too bad,'cause she was checking you out before.
HOWARD: She was?
RAJ: Of course not. Look at her.
LEONARD: I don't care what you guys think. Stephanie and I are very happy living together. I will give either of you 20 dollars,right now to trade pants with me.
STEPHANIE: Sheldon,what are you doing here?
SHELDON: Hang on. 130 over 80. A little high. We can attribute that to the stress of sneaking past the security desk.
STEPHANIE: Where did you get the stethoscope and the blood pressure cuff?
SHELDON: My aunt Marion gave them to me for my 12th birthday. She thought if I failed at theoretical physics that I should have a trade to fall back on. And by the way,the blood pressure cuff is called a sphygmomanometer.
STEPHANIE: I know.
SHELDON: Didn't they teach you that in medical school?
STEPHANIE: I'm busy here,Sheldon.
STEPHANIE: Upper GI?
STEPHANIE: Go home,Sheldon.
SHELDON: Can I at least have the upper GI? I already drank the barium!
1. check sb out 盯着某人看,打量某人.
That guy over there is totally checking you out.
2. attribute to把…归因于
It is preposterous to attribute to mere external conditions. 仅以外部环境解释一切是不合理的。
3. blood pressure cuff测血压布袖袋,血压袖带
4. fall back on 退到；求助于；回头再说
The company is forced to fall back on its cash reserve. 这家公司被迫动用现金储备。
5. go through the motions走过场；装样子
I'm convinced the new method won't work but I'll still have to go through the motions . 我深信这个新方法起不了什么作用，但仍还得走过场。