SHELDON: OK — I'll tell Gramp you dropped this off. Thanks, Mr. Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins: ha ha ha ha... Call me Gary. Mr. Jenkins was my dad. ARTHUR
THE HOUSE (front door)
SHELDON: GUH. ...I hate it when adults do that. ARTHUR
ARTHUR: It's the code phrase of dorky adults. Saying it helps them feel not so painfully old, or so painfully dorky. SHELDON: But it has the opposite effect! It's like saying "I'm hip"! ...Merely by saying "hip" show you are anything BUT hip. "...Mr. Jenkins was my dad." GUH.