Sheldon decides to tape a special "Fun With Flags" episode about Star Trek flags, and invites his friend, Wil Wheaton to be a guest star. During the taping Amy, who is in directing the show, keeps correcting Wil's acting. Both Amy and Wil take a dislike to each other and Sheldon is caught in the middle between friend and girlfriend. Amy tells Sheldon that he should stick up for his girlfriend and she leaves. Naive Sheldon takes her departure as her solution to the problem. Later Leonard suggests that Amy was mad at him and that he should call her. Sheldon calls Amy in jest; however, she confirms that she is mad. Sheldon is amazed that Amy was mad and that Leonard was right. First Sheldon tries to gives her a Star Trek DVD set so she can become more familiar with Wil. Then after some advice from Penny and a few Long Island ice teas, he goes over to Wil Wheaton's house and demands an apology or Sheldon will be beat him up. Wil does apologize. His final solution is to do the episode with... Written by
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Drunk on Long Island Iced Teas, Sheldon begins his iconic knock - three raps and a name, repeated three times - after only two repetitions, forgetting how many times he'd repeated it. See more
After Sheldon comes back from the dinner at Hometown Buffet (which he had with Wil Wheaton), he tells Leonard that the manager gave them a table close to the frozen yogurt machine. Hometown Buffet is a "seat yourself" restaurant. There are no assigned tables, nor is a customer shown to a table. The manager would not have given them a table anywhere. See more
Hello. I'm Dr. Sheldon Cooper. And welcome to Sheldon Cooper Presents: Fun with Flags. Before we get started, I'd like to announce the winner of our Design Your Own Flag competition, but I can't. The only entry was from gamygamer seventy-five, and I know that was a jpeg of your buttocks. Now, this week we have a very special episode where we explore the flags of the popular entertainment franchise 'Star Trek', and to help me I'm pleased to introduce internet personality, uh, former...
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I need to apologize. In an earlier vanity card I made a derisive comment about a popular reality show because I thought its premise - a group of single women compete with one another to win the affections of, and ultimately marry, an eligible man - was more threatening to the sanctity of marriage than gay people tying the knot. After careful consideration, I now realize that I couldn't have been more wrong. My mistake was that I was looking at the show through the tired old eyes of 60's feminism. But we are clearly in a post-feminist era. The patriarchal sexism that treated women as chattel and dictated how much they could earn or how much control they could have over their own bodies is a thing of the past, a curious relic of a dark, unenlightened time. Likewise, the idea that a woman without a man was somehow incomplete has long ago been consigned to the overflowing dustbin of humankind's misbegotten thinking. Women are now free to do anything they want, and that includes going on a reality show and using all their female wiles to snag Mr. Right.
I really don't know what else to say except, "I'm sorry and, um... you go, girl!" See more
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