The guys are invited to Penny's Halloween party, where Leonard has yet another run-in with Penny's ex-boyfriend Kurt.

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When Penny asks the guys to her party, which will include dancing, they seriously think about not attending as they aren't "dance" people. But when they learn it's a costume party (the fact of it being Halloween irrelevant), they change their collective minds and decide to go. Leonard wants this party to be an opportunity for Penny to see him as someone in her social circle. But Leonard's goals for the evening change when Kurt, Penny's ex-boyfriend, shows up, he who seems to be an invited guest and who Penny seems happy to see. Leonard, still smarting from his first and only other previous encounter with Kurt, tries to be Penny's protector while protecting himself from a potentially painful beating from Kurt. Written by Huggo

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First time that Penny kisses Leonard on the lips. See more »

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When the guys attend Penny's Party, there is a guy with a hard hat on. Studio Lights and several other pieces of studio equipment are reflected in his hard hat. See more »

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[first lines]
Raj Koothrappali: OK, if no-one else will say it, I will. We really suck at paint-ball.
Howard Wolowitz: That was absolutely humiliating.
Leonard: Oh, come on, some battles you win, some battles you lose.
Howard Wolowitz: Yes, but you don't have to lose to Kyle Bernstein's Bar-Mitzvah party.
Leonard: I think we have to acknowledge those were some fairly savage preadolescent Jews.
Sheldon: No, we were annihilated by our own incompetent and the inability of some people to follow the chain of command.
Leonard: Sheldon, let it go!
Sheldon: No, I want to talk about the fact that ...
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In the opening scroll of the time line there is a mistake when it gets to 91,000; 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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Sixth episode of "The Big Band Theory" makes the show get better
29 October 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

As Leonard, Sheldon, Wolowitz (Simon Helberg), and Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) go to their apartment after playing paint-ball, Penny invites them to her costume party. Before that begins, they all prepare dressing as The Flash. Since no one wants to look alike, Leonard dresses as Frodo, Koothrappali as Thor, Wolowitz as Robin Hood (though he keeps getting mistakenly identified as Peter Pan), and Sheldon as the Doppler Effect (though some think he's a zebra). While the party starts at 7 and they arrive at 7:05, Penny tells them no one really arrives on time. As the night goes on, they still haven't talked to anybody else so they all, well at least Wolowitz and Koothrappali, separate while Sheldon and Leonard stick to each other. They find Penny talking to her old boyfriend so Leonard cuts in with his friend in tow. The ex and Leonard exchange words that threatens to become heated but Penny manages to put a stop to that. Later when drunk, Penny plants a big one on Leonard and confesses she thought her ex had changed. Leonard, not wanting to take advantage of Penny's condition, lets her go. Meanwhile, Koothrappali, who normally has trouble talking to a woman, gets lucky with someone who thinks he's a good listener!...Another funny episode and it's nice to see L and S's friends have almost equal status in this Halloween special. With "The Big Bang Theory" getting better with each episode, I'm glad CBS gave this a full-season order. Will review again next week...


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