Howard has noticed that Sheldon disappears for exactly twenty minutes every afternoon at exactly the same time without telling anyone where he's going or what he's doing. The twenty minutes is listed as free in his calendar. And when Howard and Raj ask him indirectly about that twenty minutes, he evades the question. So Howard and Raj go on a single minded mission to find out where he's going and what he's doing that is so secretive. They try to piece together the evidence they find, but will it lead them to an answer? Leonard isn't joining them in this quest since he's got his own mission. Penny has befriended Cole, a British exchange student in her History class who Leonard is certain is trying to hit on her. Although trusting her somewhat, jealous Leonard does whatever he can to stop Cole indirectly from being her friend (which he equates to hitting on her) so that Penny won't even be tempted. But Leonard himself may be tempted from who to him is an unlikely source. Written by
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It was after the taping of this episode had wrapped that the cast and crew performed a flash mob to surprise the producers. The flash mob was choreographed by Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting's sister, Bri. At first the cast pretended to not know what was going on, but quickly joined in the dance, with the exception of Jim Parsons; who at the request of Kaley, stayed in character through the whole thing and once everything settled down, uttered his trademark word, "Ba-zinga!". See more
In the cafeteria Leonard says that Sheldon goes to the bathroom at 8.00 a.m with optional follow up at 1.45 however in s2, e23 "The Monopolar Expedition" Sheldon says that everyone at the university knows that he has breakfast at 8.00 a.m and moves his bowels at 8.20. See more
You may not realize it, but I have difficulty navigating through certain aspects of daily life: understanding sarcasm, feigning interest in others, not talking about trains as much as I'd want to. It's exhausting! Which is why, for 20 minutes a day, I like to go down to that room, turn my mind off and do what I need to do to recharge.
But what do you do in there?
What does 43 mean?
You don't need to know. You don't deserve to know. And you will never know.
Yeah? Well, I know how to make...
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