Much to Sheldon's chagrin, President Siebert orders him to take his mandatory vacation time immediately. Sheldon does whatever he can to pretend to take his vacation but still go to work. Since that doesn't work, he decides to do what he considers the next best thing: invade someone else's laboratory, namely Amy's. Amy welcomes him, but will Sheldon, who believes he's superior to everyone else regardless of the field of endeavor, be able to take a subservient role in his girlfriend's laboratory work? Meanwhile, Bernadette is worried that Howard won't take the news well that her father wants him to sign a prenuptial agreement since she makes more money than he does. Written by
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Bernadette's father still has his gun, as a fashion statement, even though he is retired as a police officer. She also says that he is racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic and hates Jimmy Carter
, gardeners, Sean Penn
, the Second Vatican Council, gun control, organic food, the designated hitter rule and recycling. See more
Amy instructs Sheldon to wash a tray of "beakers," but in fact only one of the items on the tray is actually a beaker: a straight-sided container with fully open top. The rest are all flasks: a container with a larger bottom part and a narrower neck and opening at the top. See more
Gentlemen, I think I've come up with a fun way to get young people interested in science. Physics Mad Libs. Now, give me a number.
Un-huh. And an irrational constant.
And a funny Greek letter.
I said funny.
Good one! And an electrical charge.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #377 With Valentine's Day around the corner, I thought it might be nice to write a vanity card about the human heart - the organ from whence love comes. While cardiologists might see it as just a simple pumping mechanism, common wisdom knows better. The brain does not love. The longs do not love. The penis makes a lot of noise about love, but after intercourse its intentions are fairly obvious. In the end, we all know the truth. We've all experienced the truth. That swelling feeling in the chest is the universal sensation we have when the heart is expressing love. Conversely, that sinking feeling in the chest is the universal sensation we have when our love is not reciprocated. It is then that the heart is "broken." We are literally "heartsick" until we learn that our former paramour was inexplicably taken hostage by Somali pirates while dining at a neighborhood pizzeria. New we find "heartening." See more
I Gotta Feeling
Written by Will.i.am
& David Guetta
Performed by Johnny Galecki See more