Jan 7, 2014, 11:58 AM EDT
So, rather than given a cliché answer, Howard perfectly explains what he thinks with a great non-verbal response.
Even after Howard “wakes up,” he holds his hand over his face, clearly dreading the pending discussion he surely knew was coming. For Howard, it’s a tired subject. (Though, for the rest of us, there’s still intrigue, which is why the inquiries won’t end anytime soon.)
But as funny as Howard was, I still think Troy Barnes does it better: