Forty-five days after leaving Pasadena to regroup after a series of unwanted changes in his life, Sheldon telephones Leonard to come pick him up in Kingman, Arizona, where he is currently stranded as all his possession were stolen. Leonard decides to ask Amy to come along on the twelve hour round trip drive. Beyond explaining what he did on his time away and if it achieved its goal of redefining his life, Sheldon has some more precise explaining to Amy about one specific more immediate matter. Penny didn't go along on the trip as Bernadette got her a job interview as a pharmaceutical salesgirl with her company. Penny is apprehensive and not confident about the interview, doubting her own abilities. The result of the interview doesn't go quite as she expects. And now that Mrs. Wolowitz's cast has come off, Howard expects Stuart to move out of her house, which he doesn't. Howard, who has no idea the nature of his mother and Stuart's relationship, still feels uncomfortable about it and ...
Did You Know?
Season 2 ending and Season 3 beginning are 3 months apart, Season 3 ending and Season 4 opening are 4 months apart, Season 4 ending and Season 5 opening are also on the same day, with Season 4 ending with Penny (Kaley Cuoco
) and Raj (Kunal Nayyar
) in bed together while Season 5 begins just a few hours after that. Season 5 ends with Howard (Simon Helberg
) in space while Season 6 starts a week after his launch. Season 6 ends with Leonard (Johnny Galecki
) going to the North Sea expedition while Season 7 starts 4 months after his departure. Season 8 starts 45 days after Sheldon (Jim Parsons
) departs on his soul-searching train trip. See more
Sheldon becomes stranded in Kingman, Arizona which is on the western side of the state bordering California. On the ride home to Pasadena, the background scenery (after driving two hours) consists of reddish mountains. Assuming they are taking Interstate 40, this is not what one would see west of Kingman. However, it is similar to what one would find hours away in the opposite direction on Interstate 40 when approaching the New Mexico border. See more
Wanna do yoga with me?
Let me have some coffee first, so I can have the strenght to tell you how much I don't want to do that.
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I had four months to write this vanity card.
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History of Everything (Instrumental version)
Written by Barenaked Ladies
Performed by Barenaked Ladies
[Instrumental version of series theme song played over closing credits] See more