Ms. Hutchins Quote #4

Quote from Ms. Hutchins in the episode A Race of Superhumans and a Letter to Alf

Ms. Hutchins: Sheldon, how's your educational project going?
Sheldon: Poorly. I've hit a wall.
Ms. Hutchins: Have you considered B. F. Skinner's behavior modification?
Tam: What's that?
Ms. Hutchins: It uses punishment and reward to get the results you want.
Sheldon: Ooh, punishment. I like the sound of that.
Ms. Hutchins: [QUIETLY] In the right context, so do I.

Ms. Hutchins Quotes

Quote from the episode A Couple Bruised Ribs and a Cereal Box Ghost Detector

George Sr.: Oh, my God. Are you okay?
Ms. Hutchins: I don't think so.
George Sr.: [to Coach Wilkins] Call an ambulance. [to Ms. Hutchins] Don't worry, we're gonna get you taken care of.
Ms. Hutchins: If I die, tell my therapist I hate him.

Quote from the episode A Couple Bruised Ribs and a Cereal Box Ghost Detector

Mary: Thank you. I can't believe you got through to him.
Ms. Hutchins: Happy to help.
Missy: So, who was the person you had the fight with?
Ms. Hutchins: It was my cat, Poe. She ran away when I switched to dry food. It was cheaper.

Quote from the episode A Couple Bruised Ribs and a Cereal Box Ghost Detector

Ms. Hutchins: I was hoping I'd have someone to sit with.
George Sr.: Ah, sorry.
Ms. Hutchins: That's okay. It was my fault for letting myself feel hope.
George Sr.: You're welcome to watch from the sidelines.
Ms. Hutchins: Thanks. Watching life go by from the sidelines is kind of my thing.

‘A Race of Superhumans and a Letter to Alf’ Quotes

Quote from George Jr.

Mary: And you. Getting baptized just to kiss a girl? What were you thinking?
George Jr.: Sounds like you know what I was thinking.

Quote from George Jr.

Mary: Georgie, if you want to be a good Christian, maybe you should stop lying through your teeth.
George Jr.: Just be happy I brushed them, okay

Quote from George Jr.

Veronica: Georgie.
George Jr.: So, listen, I was doing my prayers last night and, uh, you won't believe it, but I think God spoke to me.
Veronica: Really? What did he say?
George Jr.: Well, I couldn't understand all of it, 'cause it was in an ancient language, but the part I did understand is he wants us to spend more time together.
Veronica: Doing what?
George Jr.: Oh, you know, praying, helping the needy. Your usual Christian activities.
Veronica: Well, I'm okay with that.
George Jr.: Good. So you, me and God, we'll hang out.
Veronica: Sounds good.
George Jr.: Okay. See you later.
Veronica: See you.
George Jr.: I may be going to hell.