When Sheldon no longer feels he is being academically challenged at Medford High, he audits a college class taught by Dr. John Sturgis. Seeing the brilliant Dr. Sturgis in action gives Sheldon an idea to improve the academic make-up of his family.
Missy: Do you think we're stupid? George Jr.: Sheldon's in college right now, and we can't figure out your homework. What do you think? Missy: Sometimes I tell myself I only look stupid because he's so smart.
Adult Sheldon: Whenever I wasn't being challenged intellectually, my brain was more than happy to step up and accommodate. It was like having the perfect playmate in my skull.
Ms. Ingram: Sheldon? Sheldon? Were you paying attention to anything I said? Sheldon: Yes. Ms. Ingram: Then what'd I say? Sheldon: When factoring a trinomial where the leading coefficient isn't one, it must be written in descending order from highest power to lowest power.
NASA Director: Thanks, kid. You really saved my bottom. Sheldon: Tell your bottom it's welcome.
Mary: And bless our appetites, both physical and spiritual, to honor You in all we do. In Jesus' name. George Jr.: What happened to "Bless the hands that prepared it"? Mary: I thought I'd mix it up. George Jr.: I miss the old one. Missy: Me, too. George Sr.: Yeah, what I like about the other one- Mary: And bless the hands that prepared it. Amen.