When Leslie Winkle asks Leonard to join the faculty string quartet, he has no idea that it may lead to more personal endeavors, especially as their first and only experience in dating each other went nowhere. Leonard's not sure how to reconcile his feelings for immediate sex with Leslie versus his want to date Penny, especially if Penny finds out that he is in a potential relationship. Sheldon's not sure what the protocol is when a roommate has a spontaneous "guest". But Sheldon is aware that by the end of Leonard and Leslie's encounter, he feels violated. And Leonard's feelings may change when he understands Leslie's motivations. Written by
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The title refers to the hamburger that Sheldon always orders at the Cheesecake Factory. See more
When Sheldon wakes up in the morning after Leslie stays the night, his head is on the end of the couch nearest to the door. This is in direct contradiction to what he tells Penny in the future about how the headboard is oriented away from the door to serve the ancient imperative of protecting oneself against marauders. However, given that in the previous scene he is sat not knowing what to do, it can be assumed that he sat there until eventually falling asleep out of exhaustion, without having planned it out, as evidenced by him still being sat in 'his spot'. Alternatively he may have learned of the ancient custom between this and the future episode. See more
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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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