After Penny exposes the guys to it on television, they, excluding Sheldon, have a new passion in life: America's Next Top Model. Specifically, Howard and Raj are trying to determine exactly where the house the models are living in is located, so that the two can go there each week to prey on the insecurities of the latest model kicked off the show. No expense is too small to achieve their goal. Meanwhile, Penny decides to take a stance against Sheldon's "three strikes, you're out" policy, she who has reached Sheldon's third strike when she takes that stance. Despite Leonard's advice to Penny to knuckle under to Sheldon like they all do, Penny decides to play games of oneupmanship with Sheldon to the end. Written by
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The title refers to the fight between Penny and Sheldon and after he throws her underwear up on the telephone wires he suggests that if she wants them down she can go play this game. See more
[about the Next Top Model house
They'll never let you in, you know.
That's what they said about Neil Armstrong.
No one said anything of the kind to Neil Armstrong. The entire nation dedicated a decade of effort and treasure to put a man on the moon.
Well, my fellow Americans, by the time this year is out, we will put a Wolowitz on one of America's top model.
And a large number of people will believe it never happened.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #225 We exist to bear witness. We had to be. The infinite needs us to see it. Without the perceiver, the perceived does not exist. That gives us leverage. Don't look until you get what you want. See more
"The Mist In Me"
Written by Richard Wolf
and John Czornyj See more