Howard calls the guys into the Mars rover control room on an emergency. He maneuvered the rover into a crevice, and he needs some help from Sheldon and Raj to maneuver it out. Leonard's task is to get Stephanie, the girl Howard sneaked into the control room, out of the facility, she who doesn't have clearance to be there. On Leonard's task to drive Stephanie home, Stephanie and Leonard hook up. She's a medical doctor with a high libido. Despite Stephanie's assertion that Howard had no chance with her (she went with him since he told her she could drive a car on Mars), Leonard feels guilty, especially in that he wants to see her again. What makes it worse for Leonard is that he knows that Howard still thinks he's dating her. Leonard has to figure out what to do to reconcile dating Stephanie while still being friends with Howard.
Did You Know?
The "Dr. Stephanie" (Sara Rue
) trilogy played out over the following episodes: See more
In "The Luminous Fish Effect" his mom said Sheldon was born in a K-Mart. Here Sheldon asserts he was born at Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Galveston, TX. See more
Oh look, Saturn 3 is on.
I don't want to watch Saturn 3; Deep Space 9 is better.
How is Deep Space 9 better than Saturn 3?
Simple subtraction will tell you it's six better.
Compromise; watch Babylon 5.
In what sense is that a compromise?
Well, five is part way between three an... Never mind.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #227 Dear George Lucas, May I call you Mr. Lucas? On behalf of the writers of The Big Bang Theory, I would like to thank you for your astounding body of work, which has awakened the child within us and unleashed our dreams. That being said, we hope you don't take offense at our good-natured jest regarding your most recent animated efforts. Yes they were cheap shots, but we can't help but hold you to a higher standard -- a standard of your own making. In closing, we are all looking forward to Indiana Jones 5 - The Curse of the Golden Catheter. Oops, sorry again. Very truly yours, The Writers P.S. To William Shatner, director of Star Trek 5. Go ahead, sue us. 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