Sheldon is this year's recipient of the college's Chancellor's Award for Science. He is surprised at being named the winner, but he believes he has been the deserving recipient every year he's been there. He changes his mind about accepting the award when he learns he has to make a speech at the awards dinner. Unbeknown to the others, Sheldon has stage fright. His four friends vow to help him overcome this fear, each playing a different but what they see as an integral part, so that he can accept the award. But Sheldon instead stumbles across a more old fashioned technique at the awards dinner to be able to make the speech.
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Sheldon claims that the X-Men were named after Professor Xavier, but the group was actually named because they had mutations. In the X-Men #1 comic book, Xavier says they "...possess an extra power...one which ordinary humans do not!! That is why I call my students...X-Men, for EX-tra power". Though technically a character mistake, it could also be considered deliberate on the part of the writers to set up Sheldon's "C-Men" punchline. See more
OK, in Avatar when they have sex on Pandora they hook up their ponytails, so we know their ponytails are like their junk.
So, when they ride horses and fly on their birds, they also use their ponytails.
What's your point?
My point is if I were a horse or a bird I'd be very nervous around James Cameron.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #282 We are often accused of using a 'laugh machine' on The Big Bang Theory. [Image of audience members] This is our laugh machine. See more
History of Everything
Written by Barenaked Ladies
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