After Leonard and Sheldon have a heated argument about what Sheldon sees as Leonard making a major breach in the roommate agreement, Leonard takes refuge at Penny's apartment. Despite the seriousness of the argument, Leonard assures Penny that Sheldon was much more difficult to live with when Leonard first moved in. Leonard recounts to her his first meeting with Sheldon seven years earlier when Leonard answered Sheldon's advertisement looking for a new roommate. He also recounts Howard and Raj's first encounters with Sheldon, what happened to the now broken elevator which was working when Leonard first moved in, and why Leonard decided to stay despite Sheldon being such a difficult and unusual roommate. Written by
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Sheldon seems to lack a comprehensive knowledge of heraldry. (Perhaps not surprising, since he once went to a Renaissance Fair dressed as Spock.) He described their "room flag" as "a golden lion rampant on a field of azure". In English heraldic tradition, the color (tincture) of the field is named first, followed by the charge. The correct blazon would be "Azure, a lion rampant dexter Or
" and "dexter
" are both defaults and may be omitted without error. (After A.C. Fox-Davies, A Complete Guide to Heraldry
(1978).) See more
When Sheldon and Leonard are first going over the roommate agreement, they finish up the TV and movies section and then move onto the miscellaneous section, section 9, which would make the TV and movies section, section 9. Then, later, when Sheldon comes into Leonard's room when Joyce Kim, Leonard is in breach of Section 8, Visitors; Subsection C, Females; Paragraph 4, Coitus, but Visitors can't be section 8 as TV is. See more
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CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #287 CENSORED!!! Apparently, it's okay to show brutal violence in graphic, vomit- your-Jenny Craig dinner-up-into-your-mouth detail on a forensic cop show, but it's unacceptable to write about it with a little whimsy. As always, you can read the offending material on my web site, Chucklorre.com. Frankly, I think you'll be disappointed. See more
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