With Leonard now dating Stephanie, Sheldon's hypochondria kicks into high gear. Instead of ensuring Leonard's relationship with her is maintained, Sheldon now takes advantage of it by asking Stephanie to do a plethora of tests and examinations on him to figure out what ails him. Sheldon doesn't feel the need to ensure the maintenance of the relationship since Stephanie has moved in. Sheldon's assertion of Stephanie's living status is news to Leonard, who doesn't believe she has indeed moved in. They get an objective third opinion: Penny too believes Stephanie has moved in. When Leonard finally comes to the realization that Stephanie has moved in, he asks Penny for advice on how to slow it down without ending the relationship.
Did You Know?
Part of the definition of "living together" in the roommate agreement is "ten consecutive days of overnight visits" or "nine or more overnight visits in a three week period".
Although we know that the roommate agreement isn't a tightly-written legal document, even Sheldon would not have had two clauses where the second obviously includes the first. See more
I don't see anything at all, Sheldon.
Fuuh! You're the doctor, but I'm constantly hearing this annoying sound.
Is it a high-frequency whistle?
No, it's more of a relentless narcissistic drone.
Yep, there's no inflammation at all, Sheldon.
Then it must be a tumor.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #231 I believe that inherent within the God-given right to the pursuit of happiness, is the equally God-given right to the pursuit of unhappiness. That is why I support gay marriage. See more
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