"The Big Bang Theory: The Lizard-Spock Expansion (#2.8)"
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"The Big Bang Theory" The Lizard-Spock Expansion (2008)

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Once again, we have another hilarious episode of "The Big Bang Theory" with The Lizard-Spock Expansion

Author: tavm from Baton Rouge, LA
17 September 2009

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With the third season starting on Monday, I'm watching past episodes of "The Big Bang Theory" from last season that I missed when they first aired in order to play catch up. In this one, as Sheldon and Raj do a "rock-paper-scissors-lizard-Spock" on what to watch, Howard comes in dressed for clubbing (with an eye-patch). Not long after he leaves, he calls his buddies for some help with a Mars Rover he let a woman doctor named Stephanie drive which ended up in a ditch. As Leonard walks her to her car, Raj and Sheldon help Howard. At the car, Stephanie puts the moves on Leonard who doesn't resist at all despite concerns for Howard. When he asks her if Howard had a chance, she replies, "Not with the eye-patch." I'll just stop there and just say what another hilarious episode this was and it was nice to see Howard have another chance to show how hurt he can be despite his bravado. And as Stephanie, Sara Rue fits in as a brief recurring character here. And Jim Parsons as Sheldon is the best thing this series has especially the way he tried to cover up for Leonard when someone asked where he's going. Several more episodes to go before the season premiere...

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