Amy and Sheldon's annual relationship status discussion takes place in the lead up to Valentine's Day. Amy is able to convince Sheldon to go away for Valentine's to a bed & breakfast in Napa as what Amy hopes will be a romantic weekend will include some familiar faces in Howard and Bernadette going as well but more importantly something specifically for Sheldon, namely a trip on a vintage train to Napa. The question becomes whether both Amy and Sheldon will get out of the trip what they want, which on the surface may be incompatible, and especially as Sheldon's gift of the train trip comes first. Meanwhile, Leonard and Penny have decided to have a romantic stay-at-home Valentine's. As such, they agree to dog-sit Cinnamon while Raj has his own solo romantic Valentine's Day star gazing. Their collective Valentine's Day takes a roller coast ride of emotions because of an incident initiated by Cinnamon. Written by
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Sheldon's question about the type of couplers shows how little he really knows about trains. Couplers of the type he describes have been outlawed since 1893 for safety reasons, and the cars are all-steel construction, indicating they were built around 1910 or later. Also, these coupler types (and the one Eric describes) all have different and distinct appearances, so a quick glance at the exterior of the cars would have clearly indicated what type they were. See more
In the vet's office, when Raj says his line about being Leonard and Penny's worst nightmare, Yvette can be seen biting her lip to keep from laughing. See more
Amy Farrah Fowler
A night staring at the stars. That sound pretty romantic to me.
Amy Farrah Fowler
I'm trying to put lipstick on a pig here, so work with me.
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I'm thinking of running for Sheriff of Los Angeles County. I have no qualifications but perhaps I could use that as an asset. (In a debate I could say that as far as law enforcement is concerned, I have an unblemished record.) And I could add levity to the proceedings. Maybe run on a platform that emphasizes the need for heavily armed robot cops. My campaign slogan would be, "Robots With Guns! What Could Go Wrong?" I'm also mulling the congressional seat recently opened by the retirement of Henry Waxman. Again, I think my complete lack of experience is a selling point. I'm also a big fan of incompetent government, as the overly organized ones tend to put people like me on trains to Poland. For this elective office I'm thinking I need a campaign slogan that alienates no one. Something along the lines of, "Send me to Congress and watch what happens!" See more
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