"The Big Bang Theory: The Panty Piñata Polarization (#2.7)"
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The Panty Pinata Polarization was another great episode of "The Big Bang Theory"

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Author: tavm from Baton Rouge, La.
17 September 2009

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In preparing for next season, I'm watching past second season episodes of "The Big Bang Theory" I missed months ago. In this one, as Sheldon, Leonard, Howard, and Raj are playing a Klingon language game, Penny comes in and turns on "America's Next Top Model" since she didn't pay the cable bill. That gets everyone's attention except Sheldon's since he's still making up Klingon words. The next week when they all (except Sheldon, of course) sit glued to the show, Penny does things that get her banished from the house because of Sheldon's "three strikes" ("It's a baseball term" he exclaims). Penny now tries to break "knuckling under" Sheldon's power starting with refusing service to him at The Cheesecake Factory. Neither does buckle until Leonard tells her Sheldon's "kryptonite"-a phone call from his mother telling him to apologize. "Well done." says Sheldon as he does indeed "knuckle under" Penny. During this whole time, Howard and Raj try to figure out how to get to the "ANTM" house...This was another hilarious episode of "The Big Bang Theory" with everyone on their top game concerning both writing and performances. Especially Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parsons on their friction concerning their characters makes this episode so enjoyable to watch. That's all I'll comment for now so it's on to another one before next Monday...

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