So how about it, Sheldon?
I don't know. If you're my X-Men, what are your powers?
Okay, well, I'm gonna take you shopping, get you a nice suit. Might give you more confidence.
It's not exactly a mutation that would get you into Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters but go on. Leonard?
I thought I could try to analyze you and get to the root of your anxiety.
- What qualifies you to attempt to understand my mind?
v. （使）具有资格( qualify的第三人称单数 )、有权、达标、使所说的话语气减弱（或更具体等）
- My mother is a highly regarded psychiatrist and I've been in therapy ever since she accused me of breast feeding co-dependently.
v. 关系( regard的过去式和过去分词 )、注意、（尤指以某种方式）注视、尊敬
- And Raj says he can teach you... What did you call it? I don't know, some Indian meditation crap.
- I see. I assume since the rest of you have set the bar so low you're saving the most impressive contribution for last. Go ahead, Howard. Dazzle me.
vt.& vi. 目眩、赞叹
My power is the ability to pretend like I give a damn about your piddly-ass problems. And that's 24/7, buddy.
And I appreciate the pretense.
pretense [ˈpriˌtɛns, prɪˈtɛns]
So, what do you say, Sheldon? Are we your X-Men?
No. The X-Men were named for the X in Charles Xavier. Since I am Sheldon Cooper, you will be my C-Men.
Oh, that's not a good name.