As Leonard is feeling sleep deprived because of Sheldon, Leonard is in no mood to have to drive Sheldon to the dentist's office as per the roommate agreement. As such, Leonard willingly invokes what Sheldon tells him is clause 209 in the agreement, namely that the agreement be dissolved, that they no longer be friends, and that their only formal responsibilities to each other be payment of rent, payment of utilities and the perfunctory "'sup" as they pass each other in the hallway. Sheldon is equally as willing. However, Sheldon may change his mind when no one in his social circle, even Amy, seems willing to take on the duties that used to be performed by Leonard. Sheldon tries to show Leonard that he needs him as a friend, while Leonard really doesn't mind doing these little favors for Sheldon but wants them not to be a mandatory part of their relationship. Meanwhile, Raj has noticed that all Howard's astronaut colleagues have cool nicknames, while Howard doesn't. As Howard states ... Written by
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When Sheldon and Leonard are participating in the Emergency Preparedness Drill they both wear orange hard hats decorated with the flag of the apartment, a small blue flag with a coat of arms on it of a gold lion rampant on a field of azure. See more
When Leonard says he's going home for a nap, Sheldon tells him he can't go because he has to take him to the dentist at 4pm. However, when Sheldon arrives home later that evening he informs Amy that she will be taking him to the dentist the next day. It is never mentioned that the appointment had been rescheduled. See more
[Sheldon sounds a virtual klaxon in Leonard's bedroom
Yahhh! What the hell!
Emergency preparedness drill.
Oh, no, come on!
You know how it works. Once a quarter; keep our readiness up. Now, rise and shine sleepyhead, half the town is probably dead.
I have to get a lock for my door.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #375 (CENSORED)
I've long known that due to the FCC's equal time rules, I cannot use this space to espouse political views. To do so would set in motion a legal action which demands that an opposing opinion be flashed on the screen for a split second at the end of a sitcom (I'm guessing). With that in mind, I worked hard to write what I thought was a very balanced, centrist vanity card; a simple, rational essay that no one could disagree with. CBS disagreed. CENSORED! See more
References Red Dwarf
Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)
Written by Elton John
& Bernie Taupin
Performed by Elton John See more