Sheldon Cooper: [sneaking up to a house] I don't understand what we're doing.
James Earl Jones: Shhhh!
Sheldon Cooper: Whose house is this?
James Earl Jones: Carrie Fisher. And she's a little crazy, so get ready to run.
[he rings the doorbell, and they run for it]
Carrie Fisher: [storms out with a baseball bat] It's not funny anymore, James!
James Earl Jones: Then why am I laughing?
James Earl Jones: [looks up from his menu to see Sheldon standing there] Let me guess: you like Star Wars.
Sheldon Cooper: [nods]
James Earl Jones: You know I've been in other movies.
Sheldon Cooper: [nods again]
James Earl Jones: But you don't care about those, do you?
Sheldon Cooper: [shakes his head]
James Earl Jones: [motions Sheldon closer] I have one thing to say to people like you: I like Star Wars too! Care to join me?
Sheldon Cooper: Thank you! My friend Leonard said if I bothered you while you were eating, you'd think I was a creepy stalker.
James Earl Jones: Well, your friend Leonard sounds like a real weenie!
Sheldon Cooper: He is, Mr. Earl Jones, he is!
Sheldon Cooper: [on top of the Santa Monica Ferris wheel] Hey, Los Angeles! I'm on a Ferris wheel with Darth Vader! And he's nicer than you'd think!
James Earl Jones: I am!
James Earl Jones: [in a steam room] What were you trying to ask me at the strip club?
Sheldon Cooper: Oh. "How much does it cost to get them off my lap?"
James Earl Jones: No, something about a convention.
Sheldon Cooper: Oh, right! Well, my friends and I couldn't get into Comic-Con this year, and I was trying to start my own convention, and I was going to ask if you would be a panelist.
James Earl Jones: Why don't you and your friends come to Comic-Con with me?
Sheldon Cooper: Really?
James Earl Jones: Of course. And San Diego is right across the border from my favorite city on Earth, Tijuana, where I'm taking you every night!
Sheldon Cooper: Ay-yi-yi.
James Earl Jones: Ay-yi-yi-bang-bang!
Raj Koothrappali: Hey, since Sheldon's not going to Comic-Con, maybe we could find a cool trio to dress up as.
Leonard Hofstadter: Mmm... what if we go as the Fantastic Four and just tell people that the Invisible Girl is standing there with us?
Howard Wolowitz: Aww, and I thought our days of pretending to be with women who don't exist were over.
Leonard Hofstadter: [trying to buy tickets to Comic-Con] I did it! I did it! I'm in the queue!
[Sheldon, Raj, and Howard all cheer]
Sheldon Cooper: And they say firefighters are the real heroes.
Raj Koothrappali: Uh... what number in line are you?
Leonard Hofstadter: Fifty...
Howard Wolowitz: Great!
Leonard Hofstadter: ...thousand two hundred and eleven.
Howard Wolowitz: Damn!
Penny: [the guys have been unable to buy Comic-Con tickets] Guys, this is really sad. And in a different way than it was twenty minutes ago.