Sheldon becomes concerned that his cushy lifestyle is impacting his professional progress and keeping him from achieving scientific renown, so he asks the gang to make life more difficult for him. Meanwhile, Howard invents an unflattering game about Raj.
Leonard arranges a magical Valentine's Day dinner date for Penny, but the magic doesn't last after a squabbling Howard and Bernadette join them and Penny's ex turns up at the restaurant. Meanwhile, Sheldon assigns his research assistant to find a Valentine (more…)
Koothrappali is put out when his date walks out in the middle of their evening, so he vows that he will forever stay put in his apartment. Meanwhile, Sheldon is quite impressed when he witnesses Penny's acting skills firsthand.
A letter written to the teenage Howard by his father, who had deserted the family years earlier, is uncovered in a closet, and the young man is unsure if he wants to read it. Meanwhile, Leonard and Penny host a cocktail party for grown-ups.
Amy tries to help Sheldon get over his compulsive desire for closure after one of his favorite TV shows is canceled before it reached a satisfying conclusion. Meanwhile, Raj uncovers a secret about the new woman in his life, Lucy.
Sheldon is positively charged with excitement when he hires Professor Proton (Bob Newhart), the host of his favorite childhood TV program, to appear at his apartment. Later, Howard and Bernadette agree to dogsit Raj's pooch, but things don't go as planned (more…)
Sheldon makes a major scientific breakthrough, but he feels it may haunt him for the rest of his career, meanwhile, Howard makes a grand romantic gesture to Bernadette, which causes Penny to put more effort into her relationship with Leonard.
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