Raj has posted on social media that he can no longer afford his apartment and is looking for a cheaper place to live. Independent of each other, both Howard and Bernadette and Leonard and Penny want but don't really want to help their friend by offering him a temporary place to stay - the Wolowitz's garage and Sheldon's old bedroom respectively. After all three parties learn about all that is on the table as options for Raj, the collective decide that the best temporary solution would be for Raj to move into Sheldon's old bedroom. Although most knew Sheldon would feel uncomfortable with the situation - like Raj is invading his space - it is some other comments that Sheldon makes about the issue that places a strain between himself and Raj. Knowing that what he is feeling is irrational, Sheldon turns to Beverly for her professional opinion on why he is feeling the way he is. Beverly entering the fray has unintended consequences for all involved. Meanwhile, Sheldon is thinking about ... Written by
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Aw, man, did you see this post from Raj?
What? Is it another video of him and his dog lady-and-the-tramping some spaghetti?
No, he can't afford his apartment, and he's asking if anyone knows of a cheap place to live. I want to say India, but it seems mean.
[cut to Howard chuckling as Bernadette gets into bed with him
What's so funny?
Raj is looking for a cheap place to live, and I wrote India.
Don't post that. Be supportive.
Maybe you should be supportive of my hilarious jokes. ...
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #554
Sing it with me!
Which translates to:
Not even a whisper is to be heard in the garden, Everything has calmed down until dawn. If you only knew how dear they are to me, The evenings near Moscow!
The river is moving and (sometimes) not, All made of the moons silver. A song sounds and is not to be heard In those quiet evenings.
Why do you, darling, look at me from the side, Bending your head so low? It is not easy to tell All the things that are in my heart.
And dawn is getting more and more visible. So, please, be so kind: You, also, don't forget These summer evenings near Moscow. See more
References The Walking Dead
History of Everything (Instrumental version)
Written by Barenaked Ladies
Performed by Barenaked Ladies
[Instrumental version of series theme song played over the closing credits] See more