Raj has now moved in with Leonard and Penny. Instead of a roommate for both of them, what Raj becomes is Penny's closest girlfriend, with Leonard feeling left out. It's not even so much that Leonard feels like a third wheel or that Raj is having a better time with his wife than he is that is the problem in Leonard's rational deduction about his emotions. Leonard turns to Howard and Bernadette for solace and advice, they who may be able to provide a different perspective on the matter. Meanwhile, Sheldon has taken an interest in Amy's work on the neuroscience of the decision making process. He believes that throwing a little physics into the mix would lead to a truly revolutionary project, to which Amy agrees. Even with ground rules laid out, Amy and Sheldon have to decide if the successes in the project are worth the anguish of the arguments and name calling which may ultimately ruin their personal relationship.
Did You Know?
This episode was taped on March 7, 2017. See more
Penny's apartment, where Sheldon and Amy are now living, is on the 4th floor of the building, same as Leonard's apartment, but the view outside the one window suggests they couldn't be higher than the second floor. See more
So, Downward Facing Dog comes from the Sanskrit phrase Adho Mukha Svanasana.
Oh, that's beautiful. What does it mean?
Downward facing dog.
Yeah, I guess they don't have Sanskrit for butts up and heads down.
Hey, we wrote the Kama Sutra; if it involves butts there's a word for it.
Written by Alan Gordon
& Gary Bonner
Performed by The Turtles
[The song is played when Leonard, Penny and Raj are out shopping together, and later when Amy and Sheldon are working on their project together] See more