Stuart decides to organize a Halloween party at his comic book store so Raj decides to become the party planner. At the encouragement of Amy and Bernadette, Penny decides to take more effort to understand what Leonard does for a living, but ends up hooking up with him at his workplace. Meanwhile, Howard, who just got back from space cannot stop talking about his time in space by making multiple references about space, which annoys Bernadette. Sheldon and Amy face a conflict when they cannot agree on the costumes to wear to the Halloween party.
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The title comes from Penny getting excited about how smart Leonard is when he shows her his holographic research images. See more
When Leonard picks up the pencil for the holographic experiment, the way he holds it changes between shots. See more
Astronaut Wolowitz reporting for booty.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #396
It appears as if roughly half the people in this country think that they're in mortal danger from their own government. That's a lot of people sensing a lot of malice and threat. I worry that I don't see it. Sure, I see inefficiency and incompetence, but I've always seen that - regardless of which party's in office. And frankly, I've always welcomed it. I don't like my big bureaucracies to be cold, calculating, profit-making enterprises driven by a steely, clear-headed singular vision. A cursory glance through history would indicate that well-organized governments tend to enjoy well-organized parades, followed by well-organized ethnic cleansing. Which is why I celebrate the magnificent, muddle-headed ineptitude of our democracy. As far as I'm concerned, a little confusion and waste may keep the trains from running on time, but it also keeps people like me from getting a one-way ticket in a cattle car. Are our tax dollars being misspent on poorly run social programs? You bet! Do we get more buck for our bang at the local Post Office, Amtrak station, nuclear submarine or methadone clinic? Of course we do! But keep in mind that bureaucrats who can't find their ass with a flashlight and a hand mirror are not likely to find you either. To paraphrase Bobby McGee: "Freedom's just another word for who the hell's in charge here?!" See more
References Star Trek
History of Everything
Written by Barenaked Ladies
Performed by Barenaked Ladies
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