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3rd Oct '17 11:55:21 AM ClintEastwood
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3rd Oct '17 11:55:18 AM ClintEastwood
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* CastingGag: The actors who play Leonard and Leslie previously played David and Darlene on ''Series/{{Roseanne}}''. Sheldon's mother is played by Laurie Metcalf, also from ''Roseanne''. Christine Baranski co-starred in ''Cybill'', also written/produced by Chuck Lorre (who was writer/producer for ''Roseanne'').



* TheCharacterDiedWithHer: Mrs. Wolowitz, following the death of voice actress Carol Ann Susi.


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* CliffhangerCopOut: The Season 4 finale and Season 5 opener, dealing with the ramifications of [[spoiler:Raj and Penny waking up in bed together]]. At the Comic-Con panel over the summer Bill Prady said they had worked out a solution that should make everyone happy, which ended up being [[spoiler:Penny couldn't remember what happened because she was so drunk but Raj revealed they technically didn't have sex because he was done when the condom was put on, the simplest solution was to admit it happened and just move forward]]. However you landed on what happened, it still came across as a RatingsStunt.
** Again during the season 9 cliffhanger and the season 10 opener. [[spoiler:Sheldon's mom and Leonard's father didn't sleep together.]] It felt like ''another'' ratings stunt.
10th Aug '17 9:19:53 PM Basara-kun
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* DorkInASweater: The guys, which are [[PlanetOfHats all of them dorks]]. Raj and Howard occasionally wear sweater vests more than the others.
2nd Aug '17 9:15:06 AM Enhas
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* AbortedArc: Raj's romance with the cleaning woman at the university. In an interview, Raj's actor made it look like it'd be a season-long arc, but she only appeared in a single episode and was never seen or mentioned again.
2nd Aug '17 9:14:26 AM Enhas
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* AbortedArc: Raj's romance with the cleaning woman at the university. In an interview, Raj's actor made it look like it'd be a season-long arc, but she only appeared in a single episode and was never seen or mentioned again.
22nd Jul '17 8:06:09 AM Ambaryerno
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* BrokenAesop- The Habitation Configuration. This episode has Amy being hard and ruthless about Wil Wheaton's "wooden" acting on Fun with Flags, and he rightfully calls her out on being a pain in the ass. Amy then asks him to leave, which Sheldon objects to, and then she acts like a ClingyJealousGirl about it. Throughout the episode, Sheldon is told by the likes of Leonard and Penny that he should have had Amy's back. At the end of the episode, when she is treating [=LeVar=] Burton in the same manner, Sheldon comments, "I don't know what she's talking about, but I'm obligated to agree with her. She's my girlfirend." Sheldon's behaviour is supposed to be typical of his oddness, but in fact, other than the two said celebrities, he is the OnlySaneMan throughout this situation.

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* BrokenAesop- BrokenAesop: The Habitation Configuration. This episode has Amy being hard and ruthless about Wil Wheaton's "wooden" acting on Fun with Flags, and he rightfully calls her out on being a pain in the ass. Amy then asks him to leave, which Sheldon objects to, and then she acts like a ClingyJealousGirl about it. Throughout the episode, Sheldon is told by the likes of Leonard and Penny that he should have had Amy's back. At the end of the episode, when she is treating [=LeVar=] Burton in the same manner, Sheldon comments, "I don't know what she's talking about, but I'm obligated to agree with her. She's my girlfirend." Sheldon's behaviour is supposed to be typical of his oddness, but in fact, other than the two said celebrities, he is the OnlySaneMan throughout this situation.
22nd Jul '17 6:37:45 AM MrItty
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* BrokenAesop- The Habitation Configuration. Oh my, the Habitation Configuration. This episode has Amy being hard and ruthless about Wil Wheaton's "wooden" acting on Fun with Flags, and he rightfully calls her out on being a pain in the ass. Amy then asks him to leave, which Sheldon objects to, and then she acts like a ClingJealousGirl about it. Throughout the episode, Sheldon is told by the likes of Leonard and Penny that he should have had Amy's back. At the end of the episode, when she is treating LeVar Burton in the same manner, Sheldon comments, "I don't know what she's talking about, but I'm obligated to agree with her. She's my girlfirend." Sheldon's behaviour is supposed to be typical of his oddness, but in fact, other than the two said celebrities, he is the [[OnlySaneMan]] throughout this situation.

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* BrokenAesop- The Habitation Configuration. Oh my, the Habitation Configuration. This episode has Amy being hard and ruthless about Wil Wheaton's "wooden" acting on Fun with Flags, and he rightfully calls her out on being a pain in the ass. Amy then asks him to leave, which Sheldon objects to, and then she acts like a ClingJealousGirl ClingyJealousGirl about it. Throughout the episode, Sheldon is told by the likes of Leonard and Penny that he should have had Amy's back. At the end of the episode, when she is treating LeVar [=LeVar=] Burton in the same manner, Sheldon comments, "I don't know what she's talking about, but I'm obligated to agree with her. She's my girlfirend." Sheldon's behaviour is supposed to be typical of his oddness, but in fact, other than the two said celebrities, he is the [[OnlySaneMan]] OnlySaneMan throughout this situation.
29th May '17 5:28:08 PM lorgskyegon
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** In season six, Amy says that she has a five-year plan to get Sheldon to marry her. Sheldon proposed in season ten. If they marry in season eleven, she will have timed it perfectly.
21st May '17 11:31:31 AM nombretomado
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---> '''Sheldon's Date''': So, ''Literature/{{Flatland}}'' is not only a mathematical essay, but also a treatise on the social mores of [[VictorianBritain Victorian England]].\\

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---> '''Sheldon's Date''': So, ''Literature/{{Flatland}}'' is not only a mathematical essay, but also a treatise on the social mores of [[VictorianBritain [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain Victorian England]].\\
30th Apr '17 7:57:49 PM Lanes17B
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