Amy: Sheldon, this-this isn't a good time.
Sheldon: I don't care. Amy, there was a song I couldn't get out of my head. Eventually, I realized the song was about you, and like that earworm, I can't get you out of my heart. So, what I'm trying to say is, you're my heartworm. (Amy looks shocked for a second) The metaphorical kind, not-not the poodle-killing kind
Amy: (stammers) W-W-W-What?
Dave: If I may... I believe what he's saying, in a charming and delightful way, is that he loves you and wants you back. (shakes Sheldon's hand) Dave Gibbs, huge fan of your work. Oh. Don't mind me.
Sheldon: I'm-I'm sorry; I didn't realize you were on a date.
Amy: No, it-it... it's okay. Keep going?
Sheldon: Amy, if you want to be my girlfriend again, I really want to be your boyfriend.
Amy: I really want that, too.
Sheldon: Good. Because I love you.
Amy: (she finally smiles) I love you, too.
Dave: Kiss her, you brilliant fool!
[Sheldon slowly approaches Amy and pulls her into a tight embrace and passionate kiss].
Sheldon: (After kissing Amy) Well... I'll let you get back to your date.
[Sheldon exits and Amy now pulls his arm]
Amy: Get back here!
[Amy pulls Sheldon back into a tight embrace. They both kiss each other again just as "Darlin" by the Beach Boys plays in the background and finally the screen fades to black]

(The ending scene at Amy's apartment where Amy and Sheldon are still embracing and kissing passionately)
Dave: Okay, then. I'll, uh, see myself out. Amy, thank you for dinner. Dr. Cooper, pleasure to meet you, sir. Uh, if perhaps sometime you have a spare moment, I'd, uh, love-love to discuss physics, or "shoot the breeze," as you Yanks say.
(Amy kicks the door closed on Dave while she's kissing Sheldon).
Dave: Ah. What a lovely evening.
[He has now left the hallway]

(The scene of Amy's apartment where Bernadette is having conversations with Amy about Dave)
Bernadette: So, you're really going out with Dave again?
Amy: Why not? He's actually a very nice guy.
Bernadette: But he spent an entire date talking about how much he loves Sheldon.
Amy: That's nothing Sheldon hasn't done before. (she puts a plate of brownies down onto the table furiously) Dave's just a big fan of his work. (she now sits with Bernadette on the couch) Besides, he said he wouldn't bring it up again.
Bernadette: Okay. So where's he taking you?
Amy: Oh, he's coming here. I'm actually making dinner.
Bernadette: Oh. That's a big step.
Amy: It is?
Bernadette: Yeah. You're inviting him into your home. It's intimate. (she whispers sarcastically to Amy) It's where your underpants live.
Amy: You know what? Good. I tried to get back together with Sheldon; he shot me down; Dave likes me. Maybe intimate is what I need.
Bernadette: (she's so confused by all of this) You sure? You've never really been with a man. Do you really want to start with one that's six-foot-seven?
Amy: Why not?
Bernadette: (she's a tiny bit disgusted) 'Cause it's like taking your driver's test in a bus.
(Amy thinks for a little bit)

[The scene at the living room of the Wolowitz house]
Howard: Look at this, Trent is rebuilding a vintage motorcycle.
Raj: Hmm. That is so cool! Old broken things are so much better than new things that work.
Bernadette: Who's Trent?
Howard: Oh, he's our fan.
Bernadette: Fan of what?
Howard: Uh... (laughs) Did you forget? We're in a band.
[Raj shakes his head for a second]
Bernadette: (1st time: she's asking both men crossly) You mean because you played one time in the comic book store?
Howard: And at the children's hospital until they asked us to leave.
Raj: Hey, dude, Trent just checked in at the coffee shop on Fair Oaks.
Howard: Really? You want to go down there and meet him?
Bernadette: (2nd time: she's asking both men crossly) Are you stalking him? That's creepy.
Raj: It's not creepy. I built a Footprints on the Moon fan page, Trent joined it.
Howard: After that, all I did was check out his profile, go back in the archive of his feed until I found his Twitter handle.
Raj: From there, it was easy to find him on Instagram, Snapchat and pretty much track his every movement.
Howard: So if you think that's creepy, you married the wrong guy.
Bernadette: (she is now very cross) Maybe I should marry Trent.
Raj: Yeah, like she could get Trent.
[Bernadette looks down crossly at the insulting thing that Raj had said].

(The scene of Amy's apartment where Amy and Dave are seen having dinner)
Dave: This is delicious.
Amy: Thank you.
Dave: Been a long time since I had a home-cooked meal.
Amy: When you were married, did your wife cook?
Dave: Not at first, no. But when she began cheating on me with a French chef, she became quite the wiz in the kitchen.
Amy: So, a little silver lining.
Dave: I suppose. Yeah. Nothing takes the sting out of a shattered life like a properly-seasoned bowl of onion soup. How long have you, uh, lived here?
Amy: About five years. I'm actually thinking of moving to a better place now that I don't need to be so close to... Well, you know.
Dave: I do. The brilliant physicist that I now know lives in the area, not that I care.
Amy: Yeah. Anyway, he doesn't drive, so, I pretty much had to take him everywhere.
Dave: Had to or got to? Sorry.
Amy: My fault. I brought him up. Yeah.
Dave: Well, let's change the subject. No more mentions of you-know-who.
(Amy laughs)
Dave: That's a cool train. Where did you get that?
(Amy bows grumpily at Dave's question)

Amy: That's an interesting tie clip.
Dave: Oh, thanks. It's, uh, Avogadro's constant. It's useful for calculating the number of atoms in a substance, or causing regret in anyone who asks about it.
Amy: Oh, I... I think it's neat. Oh!
Dave: Sorry. Sorry. No one's ever liked the tie clip before, so I just lost all control. I...
Amy: No, it... it's okay, and we are on a date. I'm... I'm just a little nervous.
Dave: Well, no need to be nervous with me. I'm just a harmless giant from a foreign land.
Amy: You know, I'm just being silly. I... I don't know what I'm waiting for.
Sheldon: (knocking) Amy? (knocking) Amy. (knocking) Amy?
Amy: That's Sheldon.
Dave: You're kidding! How's my hair?

Sheldon: Well, I’m not everybody. I have an eidetic memory, but I should remember what that song is, but, I can’t. Something’s wrong with me.
Penny: I told you if we were patient He’d figure it out for himself.

Amy: Yeah, well we both make mistakes, you know. I took the last breadstick, you gushed over my ex-boyfriend like he was Leonard Nimoy and you were my ex-boyfriend.

Sheldon: This is Leonard. He’s your best friend in the world.
Leonard: All right, just stop. This is ridiculous.
Sheldon: Sometimes he gets cranky, but you can trust him with your life. And he does more things for you than I can list.
Leonard: Thank you.

Sheldon: Have you ever dealt with something that was so relentlessly irritating?
Leonard: That’s a trick question. Right?