Leonard tries to keep everyone from finding out that he spent the night with Raj's sister, but Sheldon finds out and concocts an elaborate story to help him keep the secret from Raj.

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Raj's sister, Priya, a corporate lawyer, has a 24 hour layover in Los Angeles on her way to Toronto on a work trip. When the guys met her the first and only time five years ago when she last was in Los Angeles, Howard and Leonard made a "pinky swear" pact not to hit on her, much to Raj's pleasure as he wanted and still wants to protect his little, innocent sister. Priya ends up not being so innocent as she wants to have a casual fling with Leonard on this trip, he who complies and would actually want it to be more than just casual. When Sheldon catches Priya in their apartment when she shouldn't be there, Sheldon devises an elaborate but totally implausible alibi for Leonard in the probability - at least in Sheldon's mind - that Raj and or Howard will ask. This incident brings up the issue of betrayal amongst the four friends. Written by Huggo

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Due to a horseback riding accident where she broke one of her legs, Kaley Cuoco is listed as credit-only in this episode. See more »

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In the introduction, Sheldon chuckles at the double meaning of "cobbler", claiming that it also means a shoemaker. Being so pedantic, he should know that cobblers mend shoes, while cordwainers make them. See more »

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Sheldon Cooper: The fun starts with brunch at Carney's in Studio City, a hot dog stand in a converted railroad dining car. Next stop, Travel Town, an outdoor museum featuring 43 railroad engines, cars and other rolling stock from the 1880s to the 1930s. Finally, we're off to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood for dinner at, that's right, the Hollywood Carney's, a hot dog stand in a different converted railroad dining car.
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CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #306 Zen and the Art of Sitcom I have been writing sitcoms for twenty-five years. During this time, I have learned a few things. Practical things. Do's and don't's if you will. For instance, do hire actors based on talent not looks. Somewhere between take eight and take fifteen, you will be hating both yourself and the gorgeous, but clueless ingenue who got the job because she looks exactly like what you imagined the character looks like... or worse, like the kind of woman you could live happily ever after with. Don't waste time with a marginal joke that forces the actor to twist him or herself into a pretzel in order to make funny. It's much better to work a little harder and write a great joke that the actor can do in their sleep. This also allows the actor to be well-rested when it comes time to renegotiate his or her contract. Do try to be kind to the power players. The movers and shakers. The people who tell you how to do your job. After they fail in network TV, they will remember you fondly while they're busy tanking fledgling internet companies. But perhaps more important than do's and don't's is learning to trust in the mysterious power of intuition. The soft inner voice that guides you to a better outcome than experience and logic could ever provide. This is what I call the Zen of Sitcom. The willingness to allow transcendence to play a part in the making of a TV show. Try it sometime in your own job. It can be the source of great inspiration. A word of warning though: it's not foolproof. If your business collapses or you wind up getting fired, you're probably hearing the same voice I listened to when I created Grace Under Fire, Cybill and four or five TV pilots that now function as landfill. If it's possible, try not to listen to that one. As inner voices go, it's kind of a douche. See more »

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The Big Bang Theory Theme (Instrumental)
Composed and Performed by Barenaked Ladies
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8 February 2011 | by (Joinville, Brazil) – See all my reviews

What a nice episode. It is basically about Raj's sister coming for a visit and his brother telling nobody is allowed to get laid with her. She flirts with Leonard and he tries to sleep with her without Sheldon seeing it, but as always, Sheldon ruins it all. So Leonard asks him to keep this as a secret, and whey the four geeks are gathered, Leo ends up telling the truth to Raj. So the geeks begin to tell some bad things they've made to each other behind their backs, and everyone apologizes, except Sheldon the headstrong. There are many funny jokes throughout the episode and we get to laugh at almost all of them. This is another classic episode with Sheldon long quotes and the geeks having to deal with all of his habits.


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