Girl: Everything in our world has its own code, made out of atoms. As we know from physics, the way the atoms are arranged give every body a form, a shape. It also depends on the temperature around it, which phase of matter it has. Which atoms are combined with each other under which temperature. The sunlight reflects on the atoms, and this light falls into our eyes. Then the brain creates a senseful picture of it. In fact, the reality is our illusion. Nothing in this world is real. Nothing is what it looks like.
Johnny: Oh come on. You wanna say, we all live in an illusion? In our own dream land? That’s ridiculous.
Kaley: Yeah, the real world is real. Otherwise I could wish to have a big castle, lots of horses in a big stable next to my castle, and have my dream prince living with me. But unfortunately it’s not at all like that. I am not living in my dream world.
Girl: Of course you don’t live in your dream world. You can’t decide how the atoms find together, you can’t determine the temperature. But have you asked yourself why Sheldon and Leonard saw the same thing, but didn’t see the same thing?
Kaley: It’s because Sheldon is Sheldon. He has no idea of real life. That’s how he is.
Girl: That’s wrong. It depends on your experience. Penny thought herself she slept with Raj even she didn’t. She saw something, and that’s how it looked like to her, you know. She tried to convince herself that it was not like that, Sheldon believed her because he is honest and can’t lie and he never saw such a situation before. He believed Penny and instead of Leonard, he left the fact out, that Penny slept with Raj because this would be what it looked like.
Johnny: But this was obvious. Every normal person would think like that.
Girl: Because most of us know sitations like this. But like it was back in these scene, it really wasn’t what it looked like, neither to Penny, nor to Leonard. Sheldon was the only one smart enough to think about that one sentence: this is not what it looks like. No one else did, but now, you should do.
She turns to the board, lots of atoms fly out and across the room. Everyone goes down because of them, but Melissa was smiling again.
Melissa: I’m so proud that I am this small again. Doing some sports isn’t bad, but really exhausting.
She folds her hands, looks up into the air, like she’s thanking God.
Simon looks at her, his head turned to her, but speaks to Kunal: Why is she still smiling and happy? Does she know what is happening?
Kunal: I am not sure, but I don’t really think so.