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The Indecision Amalgamation 

While Raj is wracked with guilt when he tries to date Lucy and Emily at the same time, Penny wrestles with whether to take a role in a cheesy movie and Sheldon is torn trying to choose between two gaming systems.



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Penny returns from what she believes was a promising audition for a role she actually wants. Her anticipation turns to disappointment when the telephone call she receives is the offer once again for the cheesy horror movie role she was earlier offered but turned down since she thought it was beneath her. Although she asks Leonard for advice about whether to take the horror movie role, Penny may get the most useful advice from someone's who been there: Wil Wheaton. Meanwhile, Raj runs into Emily, the woman he met online, with Amy being the intermediary in their one and only face-to-face encounter. Despite that first date being a disaster, Raj is able to convince Emily to give him another chance. Immediately following, Raj receives a message from Lucy, asking to meet. Raj has to figure out what to do about his upcoming date with Emily considering Lucy's message. Sheldon is having a major conundrum about whether to purchase a Xbox One or PS4 as his next gaming system. This dilemma by ... Written by Huggo

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3 April 2014 (USA)  »

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Title Reference: Sheldon, Penny and Raj are all indecisive about choices they have to make. See more »


Bernadette Rostenkowski: Can I get your opinion on something that happened at work today?
Amy Farrah Fowler: Of course.
Penny: Sure.
Bernadette Rostenkowski: Okay, well, I did something that will either make me look like a lovable goof, or a horrible monster, damned to spend eternity in hell.
Amy Farrah Fowler: Oh, I'm sure it's lovable.
Penny: I'm gonna' go with monster. What do ya' got?
Bernadette Rostenkowski: Well, there's this lady in our office who's retiring, and they were passing around one of those big cards for us to sign, but no one told me she was in a horrible car accident over the weekend, and what I was ...
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Raj's big time dating , Penny's acting decisions and a good one!
4 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

A good one for sure

I think Raj's dating scenario is the better part of the episode. It comes with a good amount of comedy and some romance. It feels that Emily's character should be in the show frequently.

Penny's decision making about doing a cheesy role or not, part also has some hilarity. Wil does a fair job in this episode and his reputation in the show is kind of going down with the episode.

At last I don't really admire much the Sheldon and Amy's part.This part has some unrealistic acts which we don't often see in the show. Although some of Sheldon's good jokes comes with this episode like every other episode.

** Howard and Bernadette, doing a good little cameo in the episode. Penny gives some expected and every day facial expressions which I think she shouldn't do every now and then.

Actual rating: 8.8

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