Melissa Rauch: Bernadette Rostenkowski
[Howard and Bernadette are out on their first date]
Howard Wolowitz : [Howard's cell phone rings with 'She Blinded Me With Science'] Damn, it's my mother.
Bernadette Rostenkowski : Are you going to answer it?
Howard Wolowitz : Well, I'm torn. She might be dying; you know, wouldn't want to miss that. On the other hand, if I let it go to voicemail, I could play it over and over.
Bernadette Rostenkowski : I know how you feel. My mother makes me crazy.
Howard Wolowitz : [laughs it off] Not as crazy as my mother makes me.
Bernadette Rostenkowski : Oh, yeah? Does your mother call you every day at work to see if you've had a healthy lunch?
Howard Wolowitz : My mother calls me at work to see if I had a healthy bowel movement.
Bernadette Rostenkowski : Okay, well does she lay out your clothes for you in the morning, like you're nine years old?
Howard Wolowitz : You live with your mother?
Bernadette Rostenkowski : No. That's the sad part.
Howard Wolowitz : Oh. Okay, check this out. My mother made me wear rubber gloves to kindergarten so I wouldn't pick up a disease from the other children.
Bernadette Rostenkowski : That's nothing. I couldn't ride a bicycle 'cause my mother was afraid I'd hit a bump and lose my virginity.
Howard Wolowitz : Oh, wow. You didn't, did you?
Bernadette Rostenkowski : Not on a bicycle. In a Camry.
Howard Wolowitz : Corolla! More wine?
Bernadette Rostenkowski : I'd love some.
Howard Wolowitz : Listen, you have to come to shabbos dinner at my house sometime.
Bernadette Rostenkowski : Why?
Howard Wolowitz : Well, a Catholic girl like you wearing a big cross like that might just give my mother the big brain aneurysm I've been hoping for.
Bernadette Rostenkowski : Okay. But only if you come to Sunday dinner at my house wearing a yarmulke.
Howard Wolowitz : It's a date.
[they laugh and clink wine glasses]
Penny : Am I a matchmaker or what?