"The Big Bang Theory: The Precious Fragmentation (#3.17)"
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"The Big Bang Theory" The Precious Fragmentation (2010)

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"The Precious Fragmentation" makes worthy jokes out of many nerdy pop-culture references on "The Big Bang Theory"

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Author: tavm from Baton Rouge, La.
22 March 2011

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In this last season episode of "The Big Bang Theory": Sheldon, Leonard, Raj, and Howard are coming back from a garage sale that has many cool stuff to admire in a big box they're bringing from it like a Ghostbusters script with actual slime on it (actuall, it's the sequel), an ALF doll that Howard holds lovingly because he used to think that character would one day bring his divorced dad back from Melmac, and the stolen prop ring from the Lord of the Rings movies. Because they're all nerds, they fight for ownership and trade value (Raj especially wants to trade it for a jet ski since all the cool fictional movie characters ride them) so Leonard gives it to Penny to wear until they decide what to do with it. Of course, Sheldon being himself isn't above trying to steal it off of her neck when she's sleeping...This was another hilarious ep of the show that makes many witty and gut-busting comments among all the characters. As always, Sheldon gets most of the worthy laughs whether making noises or using some kind of item used for grabbing things. So on that note, "The Precious Fragmentation" is another fine ep of "The Big Bang Theory"

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