Amy and Sheldon – level 3

09/04/2011 22:01

This video is from the comedy The Big Band Theory. Amy and Sheldon are scientists. Amy’s mother wants Amy to have a boyfriend. Amy finds Sheldon. They play to be a girlfriend and a boyfriend but they are not. They play it only for Amy’s mother. They speak about sex but they never had sex together. The word “bazinga” means “it’s a joke”.

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It’s nice to meet you too, Sheldon. I honestly didn’t believe Amy when she told me she had a boyfriend.

I assure you I am quite real. And I am having regular intercourse with your daughter.

What?

Oh, yes. We are like wild animals in heat. It’s a wonder neither of us has been hurt.

Amy? What is he saying?

You wanted me to have a boyfriend, mother. Well, here he is. I have to sign off now. My hunger for Sheldon is starting in my loins.

Oh yes, it’s time for me to make love to your daughter’s vagina.

Thank you Sheldon, that went very well.

Agreed. Amy, I find myself wondering if we should actually engage in coitus at least one time in our relationship. Bazinga. Bedtime please show yourself out.

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