The guys are off to a Comic-Con in Bakersfield. On the way they decide to stop at Vasquez Rocks where many Star Trek episodes were filmed and take some pictures of their own in their costumes. While doing so, the car is stolen, along with their street clothes, wallets and cell phones. In the meantime, the girls don't understand the attraction of Comic-Con since none of them have ever read a comic, so they go to the comic book store and buy a Thor comic. After reading it, they all decide it is stupid, but then start arguing about attributes in the comic, such as who can pick up and use Thor's hammer.
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The title comes from their trip or expedition to the Bakersfield Comic-Con. See more
When taking pictures in the desert, for the second shot, Sheldon jumps about a foot to screen left during the flash. See more
Hey, will you steam my uniform next?
Yeah, uh, interesting. Do you recall this conversation? "Leonard, want to go halvesies on a steamer?" "No, Sheldon we don't need a steamer." Looks like that rumpled chicken's come home to roost.
Hi, here are the makeup sponges you asked for.
Oh, thanks; I thought I had more.
Damn, you've got more makeup than I do. You got better makeup than I do. Yeah, I'm borrowing this.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, this is my Comic-Con makeup. I love you, but ...
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #404 I saw a woman the other day. She was very pretty. Sparkly. We exchanged several awkward glances until I finally screwed up the courage to walk up to her. I fumblingly introduced myself and asked if we'd met before. She stared at me for a few seconds, her head tilting to the side like a confused Labradoodle, then side, "I should think so. We used to date." My eyes widened. My jaw dropped. "Oh my god," she said, "I can't believe you don't remember!" I shrugged and said, "I'm sorry. I honestly don't." She went on to inform me that this all happened many years ago, back when we were in college. Apparently I was the worst boyfriend she ever had and our time together was, by far, the worst year of her life. I silently took this in. "Well?" she said, "What do you have to say for yourself?" I slowly shook my head and said, "No, I think you've confused me with someone else." I then walked away very quickly so she wouldn't hear me giggling. See more
References Charlie's Angels
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