Leonard, Sheldon, Howard and Raj are all taking a train trip to San Francisco to attend a symposium, at where the scheduled keynote speaker is Nobel Prize winning physicist Dr. George Smoot. Leonard, Howard and Raj, who all wanted to travel by plane instead, change their mind about taking the train when they see on board the beautiful Summer Glau, who they recognize from her role in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008). Howard and Raj argue about who between the two has the right to hit on her, Raj who would need to take a trip to the bar car first. Meanwhile, Sheldon has forgotten an electronic file at the apartment he deems important for Dr. Smoot. After Leonard talks him out of getting off the train to go back to retrieve it, Sheldon decides on the slightly less abhorrent option of telephoning Penny to email it to him, which would entail Penny entering his (gasp) bedroom.
Did You Know?
At Sheldon's insistence Raj, Howard, Leonard, and Sheldon purposefully sit on the Pacific Ocean (westward facing) side of a train going north from Pasadena to San Francisco (for the better view). The train departs Pasadena at roughly mid-morning and almost immediately Raj takes the opportunity to grab a "beer" in order to speak with Summer Glau who is seated across the aisle a row closer to the front of the train. While talking with Summer, Raj is quite charming and to impress Summer he gazes out of the eastward (non-Pacific Ocean) facing window to point Venus out in the sky. It has to be at least mid to late morning when Raj notices Venus. Venus would not be visible in the sky at this time of day because it is a "morning star" that can only be viewed from Earth near sunrise or sunset. Raj is depicted as an astrophysicist and wouldn't have mistaken another object for Venus, nor expected to see it at that time of day. See more
Okay, Raj, hand me the number six Torx screwdriver.
Stop! We can't do this; it's not right.
Sheldon, you have two choices; either you let him put a bigger hard drive in the TiVo, or you delete stuff before we go out of town.
But once you open the box, you've voided the warranty. The warranty is a sacred covenant we've entered into with the manufacturer; he offers to stand by his equipment, and we in return agree not to violate the integrity of the internal hardware. This little ...
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #243 Trying to get a break as a song writer I find out where Harry Nilsson lives and bring him a box of reel-to-reel tapes of my original songs. He threatens to kill me if I ever come to his house again. Not funny then, funny now. While working at Marvel Animation I'm told I don't have what it takes to write for the Muppet Babies. Sadly, it's true. Not funny then, funny now. Write French Kissin' in the USA which is covered by Debbie Harry and released as the first single for her debut solo album. It effectively ends her solo career. Not funny then, funny now. Co-write theme song for new animated series called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The show is a massive international success. The music publisher tells my partner and I that we will not be paid music royalties for the millions of video games and video cassettes being sold. The reason we are given is that they'd rather not pay us. Not funny then, still not funny. See more
References Slumdog Millionaire
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