Despite not considering her his girlfriend and visa versa, Sheldon and Amy are spending a lot of time together. This situation irks the gang, but especially Leonard as Sheldon's roommate, since they all detest Amy, who they consider sanctimonious and condescending. The gang's problem may self destruct when sanctimonious and condescending Amy has a fundamental disagreement with sanctimonious and condescending Sheldon, leading to the two deciding to break-up despite not having been boyfriend/girlfriend. Sheldon states that he is perfectly fine with the relationship ending, but his actions seem to imply otherwise as he replaces Amy with something else in his life. Concerned for his friend's state of mind, Leonard calls in the one person who he believes can get through to Sheldon. Written by
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The title refers to the cat named Zazzles (whom Sheldon thinks is Zazzy) that he gets to replace Amy in his life after they break up. See more
Sheldon and Amy are playing a made up game where they state that "In a world ruled by a giant beaver, mankind builds many dams to please it, the low lying city of Copenhagen is flooded..." The city of Copenhagen is located on an island off mainland Denmark and on the coast so damming rivers would never cause it to flood. See more
Sheldon, sit down. Let's talk.
All right. But you're not fooling me. Whenever you say we have to talk it means you want me to listen.
Then stop talking.
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