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It's a real obscure word that Sheldon's actor overheard and decided it was funny to use. From an interview with AOL: "One of the writers, he used to say it, apparently in the writers' room. That's the tale I've heard. But I remember it wasn't in a script. It was one of those moments where we'd work on a scene and then you'd go and take notes from the ...


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The quote is actually: Come on, this is huge, Raj is going to be in People magazine. And he didn’t even have to knock up one of the Spears sisters. She is referencing Britney and Jamie Lynn Spears, who are sisters. Both are also singers and pretty famous, not sure if it has to do with it exactly, but they both were actually on magazine covers after ...


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In the US, the ground floor is the first floor... so there are only three flights of stairs between the ground floor and the fourth floor. There's no missing floor.


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In the episode: Bat Jar Conjecture, Sheldon is indeed trying to replicate his desired sitting arrangement of his team at the upcoming Physics Bowl. It is to be noticed that, he tries to assert himself as the team lead and Sheldon is known for practising/enacting things exactly, especially before important events like the Physics Bowl here, themed costume ...


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Simple: It already existed. Although in the context of the show that might be a different method of making Glowing Fish but still the show references real world things and movies and other trivia. Therefore we can assume that in the universe in which the show is set contains copyrights and that GloFish might have existed in their universe. Also I ...


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This is a view from a user from the reddit community of TBBT, which is pretty convincing enough: He's demonstrated that he's not interested in money. He's got a stack of unwashed paychecks in his desk drawer and this past season he offered a significant portion of his share of the patent money from their gyroscope to Howard. In the linked post,...


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It should also be noted that Penny is a waitress and doesn't really make much, for regularly maintaining a costly possession like a car. So, she doesn't care about the car's condition unless and until the problem is a major, like the one pointed out by @MatthewSteeples. In Penny's words: Sheldon: If you recall, I pointed out the “check engine” light to ...



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