Back at the apartment, Leonardo invites him when his friends tease him about his date which ends at 8:30 a.m. Later, Leonard sleeps and wakes up through a text by Penny who meets him in the hallway, kisses her, takes her home and tells her to shut up. Leonard wonders how a bad date ended during sex. Penny loved things until he asked if they were going to get back together. Leonard suggests that they treat their relationship as a new version of software, a “Penny and Leonard 2.0”. They might try to be together and not tell their friends until they know it works. While playing Catan`s colonists, Sheldon keeps asking for “wood” to build a road without recognizing the sexual innuendo, prompting Howard and Raj to make fun of him. The gang asks Leonard why he has another relationship with Penny. The episode begins with the fact that Sheldon receives a cardboard clip of Spock that he ordered, but what is dismayed is that it is not the Spock that is played by Leonard Nimoy, but Zachary Quinto. While Sheldon complains, Leonard looks like Penny and they exchange.

Leonard`s going to ask her if she has any plans for dinner. Penny looks surprised when she is questioned about an appointment and accepts. “The Recombination Hypothesis” is the first episode of a two-part arc in which Leonard and Penny attempt to resume their relationship, which was one of the main lines of action and driving forces of the series. The bow ends with the next episode “The Beta Test Initiation “, in which Penny and Leonard return from their appointment. The first scene is a salute to the original pilot, where Leonard and Sheldon climb the stairs in similar outfits and see Penny through their apartment door wearing the same pilot`s shirt. [6] Sheldon is disappointed that a carton of Mr. Spock he ordered is a representation of Zachary Quinto`s Spock, not Leonard Nimoy`s Spock. According to Bill Prady, the co-creator of The Big Bang Theory, the Paramount deal, J.J. Abrams (producer of the new Star Trek series) and Zachary Quinto were needed to make fun of Spock.

[6] In addition, it is the first time that an entire episode is a dream sequence, a unique style of storytelling,[6], and it is Chuck Lorre`s second show that has reached the story of the dream sequence after Two and a Half Men in the episode “Frodo`s Headshots”. I think this episode was not only the funniest of the series (so far), but the best written/executed. I watch it over and over again when it`s re-mattered. If you saw the episodes that led to “this” one after the other, you would have recognized the “Lead Ins” on the jokes (i.e. Amy`s previous mention that she was working with monkey and lung disease). The scenes intertwine perfectly, and while there are two main threads (scenes with Leonard and Pria and the one with Sheldon and Amy), they combine at the end for the hilarious finale (although only Sheldon is in both parts of the final scenes and glues them together). The character Sheldon and Amy always play “straight” and serious, although the results are the funniest of the episode. And, you have to believe that “not all” parts with the monkey are CGI… Warning: spoiler before Thursday`s episode of The Big Bang Theory, “The Romance Recalibration.” Feel free to jump to one of our other items if you haven`t caught up yet. When Amy first signed it in The Flaming Spittoon Acquisition (S5E10), she found it very romantic.

With “The Spoiler Alert Segmentation” (S06E15), she called it a ridiculous contract just after Sheldon said she couldn`t move in with him. She also appreciated that the agreement was binding. With the dissolution of Sheldon`s relationship with Amy in “The Commitment Determination,” it can be assumed that the relationship agreement is now inconclusive.

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