Sheldon and Leonard's apartment is robbed. Leonard takes the incident in stride, but Sheldon has an extreme reaction to his space being violated and his possessions stolen. As Leonard, Penny, Howard and Raj do whatever they can to help Sheldon overcome this new found fear of the apartment, Sheldon decides that he has to make some drastic changes in life to regain his sense of security. Meanwhile, Leonard, Penny, Howard and Raj learn that Sheldon considers them three of his closest friends and one treasured acquaintance, but no one knows who is the one that falls into that latter category. Written by
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The movie Star Trek: First Contact
(1996) established Bozeman, Montana as the site of first contact between Vulcans and humans. Given Sheldon's fascination for Star Trek in general and Mr. Spock in particular makes this look like an obvious choice for his relocation. See more
When Leonard and Sheldon see that they've had a break-in, their wooden door is cracked around the deadbolt lock (hallway view closeup). But when Leonard swings the door in (inside view), the door is undamaged. See more
Boy, seems like forever since the four of us have been out to eat, you know, just the guys.
Oh God! Yes, we get it; you have a girlfriend now.
A little jealous are we?
No, I'm not jealous.
[the other 3 stare at him
All right, I'd kill a hobo if it'll get me laid. Now can we order.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #274 I have coined a new word which I'm hoping will catch on. The word is "fuv". Fuv came about due to my frustration with the phrase, "making love," specifically its inability to capture the wonderfully lusty, grunting nature of the act. I was also unsatisfied with the mono-syllabic Anglo-Saxon word commonly used to describe intercourse. That word failed miserably at describing the deep spiritual and emotional bonding that can occur during sex. But now with my new word, couples engaged in that most intimate of human activities can look into one another's eyes (assuming they're facing one another) and whisper the simple, all-encapsulating phrase, "I fuv you". And yes, they can do all that while listening to my new album of remakes of classic pop hits, including, "If Fuving You Is Wrong, I Don't Wanna Be Right", "I Feel Like Making Fuv", and the immortal, "Come Rain or Come Shine" featuring the lyric, "I'm gonna fuv you, like nobody's fuved you". See more
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