Penny has the role of Mimi in a one-day workshop stage production of Rent, and asks Leonard and Sheldon if they want to go see her perform. Based on hearing Penny sing badly, Leonard and Sheldon decline, with Leonard even lying to her to get out of it. Sheldon is feeling uncomfortable in being a part of Leonard's lie, so he takes proactive measures to get out of that lie. Sheldon's actions don't hurt Penny but rather confuse Leonard. But Sheldon takes his proactive measure to the extreme, utilizing the hidden talents of Toby Loobenfeld, a research assistant in the particle physics lab. Written by
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This episode is the first time that Sheldon's trademark knock turns up, when he knocks on Leonard's bedroom door. There are two previous episodes in which Sheldon knocks on a door (actually Penny's door): S01E02 "The Big Bran Hypothesis" and S01E05 "The Hamburger Postulate", but in both he knocks 'normally'. See more
When Sheldon drops the chicken in the trash, it's sitting on the edge of the can as he lets it go and the bag tips over on its side as it falls in. When he goes back to the trash can to get the chicken, the bag is sitting upright in the can allowing him to just grab the handles and pull the bag out. See more
No, see, the liquid metal terminators were created in the future by Skynet, and Skynet was developed by Miles Dyson but that future no longer exists due to Dyson's death in Terminator 2.
Okay. Then riddle me this: assuming all the good Terminators were originally evil Terminators created by Skynet but then reprogrammed by the future John Connor, why would Skynet, an artificial computer intelligence, bother to create a petite, hot, 17-year old killer robot?
Skynet is kinky? I dunno.
In the opening scroll of the time line when it gets to 91,000 there is a mistake the dates read 93,000BC 92,000BC 91,0009C 90,000BC for some reason 91,000 is a 9c not a BC. See more
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Written by Barenaked Ladies
Performed by Barenaked Ladies
[Series theme song played during the opening titles] See more