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What does "that" mean in "Oh, right. That"? "All you are saying" or just "I have none"?I might be wrong but I suppose the former would be"All you are saying is right" and the latter would be "You are right. I have none".

Sheldon: "May I suggest your criticism is based on jealousy?"
Leonard: "Jealousy? What do I have to be jealous of?"
Sheldon: "I have a functioning and satisfying relationship with a female. You have none"
Leonard: "Oh, right. That."

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What does "that" mean in "Oh, right. That"? "All you are saying" or just "I have none"?I might be wrong but I suppose the former would be"All you are saying is right" and the latter would be "You are right. I have none". 

Sheldon: "May I suggest your criticism is based on jealousy?"
Leonard: "Jealousy? What do I have to be jealous of?"
Sheldon: "I have a functioning and satisfying relationship with a female. You have none"
Leonard: "Oh, right. That."
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