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  1. Season 7 Thanksgiving episode, and Season 9 last episode, and season 10 1st episode. At the opening of the 1st episode of season 10, Penny declares, Who would have thought my SECOND marriage would be to Leonard. Yet in season 7, a Thanksgiving episode, we all discover Penny and Zak were married by a fake Elvis (They could never afford a real one). I know it was annulled, but still they were married. This would make Penny's 2nd marriage to Leonard Penny's 3rd, and we were never invited to any of them, and Leonard never had even 1 bachelor party.
  2. It is not an error, but I believe Sheldon and Leonard were named for sit-com pioneer Sheldon Leonard (Dick van Dyke, etc). In an earlier episode, Sheldon moves his DNA model on wheels to get to his wall safe behind the hinged painting to get his autographed Leonard Nimoy napkin. In another episode, Leonard tries moving the same model, only to have it fall completely apart.
  3. Whether it is Dr Sturgis and Meemaw, or Grand Nagus Zek, and Moogie (Quark and Rom's mom) Wallace Shaun seems strongly submissive.
  4. Series Finale: I think a different alternate ending to the series would be... The final scene shows a person observing a patient through a window. The person is played by Verne Watson. It is fitting, right and inspirational that she be in the last episode. She was in the first episode (and others). Amy turns to Verne and asks, "What do you think Doctor?" Doctor Verne answers, "It's too soon to tell. I am still in the diagnosis stage'. Again another example of someone gaining a doctoral degree leaving Mr Astronaut Howard Wolowitz in the cosmic dust. Bernadette is telling Amy I ruled out any infectious origin, Howard walks in and peers through the window stating I just wanted to see if the helmet I designed is of any help. I used the material I made for NASA in the construction. Mary Cooper states I truly regret not taking that boy to that recommended specialist . Amy commenting on the neurological status of the patient. The camera pans into the window.We see a rendition of the Mona Lisa in black chalk on the wall. We see Sheldon on the floor of a padded cell in a straight jacket. He is wearing Sperry topsiders. The shoes have a penny in them, but only one shoe. The cell's padding is the colors of the rainbow. Sheldon is wearing a helmet and is slowly banging his head against the wall three times, and saying 'Penny". The scene fades to black.
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  6. In a season 8 episode, Sheldon states that petroleum products come from dinosaurs. Not a slick move, dude. The coefficient of friction is not zero. You can't just skate away free and clear on this one. Sheldon should know this is false. Petro products come from the decomposition of marine plant and animal life. Dinos weren't even around, at the time. Sorry Sinclair. Liar, liar , pants on fire. No controversy to ignite here. Sheldon can wipe this mess up with one of his beloved flags. Sheldon...You're burnt! Important info: Never use petroleum based products with a 'Rascal Wrapper'. They can break, or leak. So, unless you want your 'baby makers' to swim the 'English Chanel', or (sorry Raj) the 'Ganges', stay away from the 'Exxon Valdez'. As Raj would say, Smoooth.
  7. Sheldon says at the beginning of an episode, He is going to curl up 'in' a good book. He should have said he was going to curl up 'with' a good book. As he has done during a drunken wild night spooning a Geology book. A rocky romance at best. At least there was no chalky gypsum residue involved (as when Raj was feeling beautiful). Geode! Now perhaps Sheldon was going to actually get a large oversized book, and carve out the pages, and actually crawl inside the book. It is possible. Sheldon is not claustrophobic. After all, Sheldon did hide under the sofa to scare Leonard. It would be like having angry sex with a book. Devouring it, but needs to be safe. You do not want a paper cut.
  8. The Proton Transmogrification ( to change or alter greatly and often with grotesque or humorous effect. ) Another SAT vocabulary word I never heard . Penny can't cry at Arthur's funeral, at first, yet I believe she previously told Leonard that she was able to cry tears at audition. So, the next time she is stopped, here come the water works. Ironically, Sheldon then needed to 'make water'. Fun facts: In Ben Franklin's day going number 1 was called 'to make water', and farting was called 'to break wind'. Hence the double meaning in the parody movie, "A Mighty Wind". An error that is sad , but true. Boo Hoo.
  9. Season 5 -The Monster Isolation. In the opening of this episode, Raj states, when Lucy uses the bathroom, 'I should have brought condoms. Yet in the same season, episode 1 -The Skank Reflex Analysis, Penny asked 'You did have protection?', and Raj told Penny 'He is always packing'. Listen to Raj. Even if there is not a cloud in the sky, think stormy weather, and bring a rain coat, and wrap that rascal. or as Kripki would say 'Wap that Wascal'. Never leave them out of your sight. Needle pin holes can defeat the purpose. A girlfriend had her recent boy friend use pin holes to try to keep her. She still dumped him, and got an abortion.
  10. Season 5-The Shiny Trinket Maneuver. Fun Fact Sheldon states he still has a mexican peso in his nose. Why would Sheldon allow this to continue? Perhaps it is a silver or gold peso. Metals are antibacterial, such as silver and gold. Even before the germ theory humans coveted silver and gold eating utensils. They are bactericidal.
  11. Season 5-The Friendship Contraction. Bernie states that Howard is going to learn how to poop in space, yet Howard built and repaired the space toilet In Season 2(?). He literally wrote the book on space pooping. I would think the manual rests in the rest room for use. Howard is a Grand Poopbah, and a certified Scatologist. in the field, or space station.
  12. Season 5: the Wekend Vortex. This is the most simplistic and egregious episodic error to date. Mrs Wolowitz calls from behind Leonard and Sheldon's door for Howard, and calls out his name Howard Joe Wolowitz. Check out the subtitles confirming this. How does Mrs Wolowitz forget her own son's name? She was there at the birth, and bris, and had at least input as to his name. Hey Mrs Wolowitz, your son's middle name is Joel,not Joe. Fun fact about a bris. Attention all antisemites. If you had a delayed healing wound on your body, and were aided by a cultured skin substitute, you likely have to thank a Jew. Skin equivalent culture tissue can be made from a culture line of donated foreskin (as in a bris). The donated tissue is sometimes used for years. Further, Mr antisemite might be carrying around Jewish tissue in them for the rest of their lives. So, if you have a sudden desire to have a knish, or bagel, this could be why. Also, Mazel Tov! Discrimination in any form is wrong. Season-4 The Agreement Di section. Amy is sitting on a sofa with Sheldon and says 'Dirty, Dirty, Dirty', while twirling her hair, crossing her legs, and gyrating that 'dang' pelvis of hers. (That dang pelvis always seems to get her in trouble). Another example of Amy stress relief techniques.
  13. Waste your own time to your heart's content. There is none so blind, as those who will not see. Your 3rd article states diseases, not pathogens. It includes white blood cell cancer. Just way off topic. I tried to teach you, but you do not understand. Have the forensic pathologist explain it to you. I have better and more important things to do. Bye.
  14. I am not wasting any more time with this.
  15. **SPOILER ALERT*** ATTENTION FELLOW NERDS I believe I know the main secrete in the next Star Wars Movie. Fair Warning*** I believe the next Star Wars movie will reveal that Rey and Kylo Wren are twins. The same way Luke and Leia are twins, separated at birth for their safety, so were Rey and Kylo. There fore Rey's parents were Han Solo, and Princess Leai. Therefore Luke is Uncle Luke. Darth Vader is Grandpa. Perhaps Unkar Plute is a Jedi, because as Obi one looked after Luke, some one on Jakar must have been looking after Rey. Also that would make Rey, Princess Rey. We knkow how much Disney Likes Princesses.
  16. Season 5-The Flaming Spittoon Acquisition. Sheldon states that Amy did surgery on her webbed toes using only nitrous oxide from whipped cream cans. This is impossible. Webbed fingers, or toes can be surgically separated, but tissue expanders, or skin grafts are needed. Just severing the webs leaves voids. Further without x-rays there maybe boney attachments between the webbed digits, requiring at least an osteotome (bone chisel), or bone saw. Further nitrous oxide from whipped cream cans, can kill. This is also called laughing gas. Under laughing gas, you become incapacitated. Think of the dentist in the movie, "Little Shop of Horrors'. You could not perform surgery. Whip-its are dangerous. In, for example, a dental office, the nitrous oxide is mixed with oxygen. If pure nitrous oxcide is consumed, you starve your body of oxygen, and die, or at least cause brain tissue death. It is the same as being choked to death. Like wise, even though Elton/ John and Bernie Taupin have a song lyric stating 'I get high in the evening sniffing pots of glue' (The B**ch Is Back). Glues are sometimes solvents and will dissolve the brain fatty (lipid) material. The brain is 60% fat. You will dissolve your brain. Not fun.
  17. A fun activity with an Amy and Penny portrait would be to knock on a wooden surface 3 times, and, pointing at Penny, saying Penny, three times.
  18. Have your forensic Pathologist explain it to you. They likely were infected with tainted food, not viruses. I am not going to research established facts. Your request is like asking me to cite a publication proving that 2 + 2 = 4. It is basic facts in the field. Different seasons have bad and uneventful flu infections. Viruses, like AIDS, mutate constantly. The common cold virus is constantly evolving, so that our previous immunity is moot, and it is seen as different to our immune systems. How can you infer Leonard had a subclinical flu attack. When and how was this implied? Read a book on the subject. Take a course in the subject. What degrees do you have? What classes, beside biology have you taken? Your articles are review articles. Get a tutor.
  19. First, I read the abstracts of the 2 articles. I am not computer literate, and did not realize I had to click on 'this study' to get to the articles. Secondly, the 2 articles deal with various viruses, including the flu virus (in general). Viruses mutate. Look at AIDS,the common cold, the flu, warts, etc. Different viruses have different time periods of transmission and time for symptoms to manifest. The 2 articles you reference are review articles concerning different viruses at different times in history. Did you know AIDS was found in a dead sailor's blood sample from 1965? The reason we need a 'new' flu shot is because the flu viruses are differenet. The flu vaccine is the best guess of the current flu viruses in Asia, ATT. The viruses discussed in the 2 articles should vary because they are different. One of the 2 articles reviewed viruses from 1965 to 2005. Yes, viruses vary on transmission and symptom onset over the course of 4 decades of different viruses. Why didn't your Forensic Pathologist point out this simple fact to you? Also, the flu is not likely involved. Why did Leonard not get the pathogen? The pathogen that Sheldon and Penny got simultaneously showed symptoms at the same time because they both got the same pathogen at the same time. If Penny gave the pathogen to Sheldon, she would have symptoms before Sheldon. Since they got symptomatic at the same time, they were exposed tot he same pathogen at the same time. All your 2 articles prove is that different (evolved) pathogens vary in transmission and symptom onset. at different times in history. They vary in time of onset because the are different genotypes. Are you sure your real name is not Stephen Hawking? Do you have any education in the sciences? Read the articles you cite. Again, the 2 articles you reference have nothing to do with this topic. Now, apologize to yourself and me for wasting our time. Get it.
  20. Why so Tense Tensor? I can't teach you. You do not understand Articles. You do not understand Pathogenesis and immunology. Have a friend, physician, explain it to you. This show makes mistakes in different areas. Hence 'Episodic Errors'. The point is this is another error. Seeing computer graphics showing visually invisible particles traveling through space is not proof. They also showed Sheldon as the Flash running to the Grand Canyon and back. I am done. This entire salvo reminds me of the Monty Python skit concerning an argument.
  21. Just let someone educate you on the subject. I could say the sky is blue, but it is not relevant to this topic. I am not here to lecture. I have tried, but you just do not get it. Let's try it this way. Leonard sleeps with Penny. Penny gets sick. Leonard does not get sick. Sheldon gets sick. Penny did not pass her germs to Leonard, because Leonard did not get sick. Leonard should have been sick before Sheldon, by your theory, but Sheldon had the least contact with Penny. Leonard should have been sick before Sheldon. Therefore, Penny and Sheldon got the pathogen simultaneously, and it could not be by contact, because Leonard had all kinds of contact with Penny (the lucky Bas***d). Perhaps, it was foodborne. Perhaps the food had lactose. By your theory, why did Leonard not get sick? Do you get it, now? If not, I am done. Now I understand Sheldon trying to teach Penny physics. Just remember Fig Newton is named for the town, not the scientist. Let me give you an example of a diagnostic challenge. An entire wing of a facility had all women wearing dresses coming down with cellulitis. Women wearing pants, and men did not get cellulitis. Only one wing, not others. The reason I discovered was that one woman horded her dirty clothes. Maggots and flies took off and, filthy with germs, the flies carried the bacteria to all exposed surfaces, while they slept. They all got infected at the same time, because they were all exposed simultaneously. Get It.
  22. I have repeatedly tried to explain to you . Let a friend try to explain it to you. What you repeated state are true facts, but they have no relevance to the topic. I have run QC/QA for a major food maker. I have also diagnosed and treated bacterial, viral, and fungal infections for decades. Also, noone takes Tamflu prior to symptoms. Granted I am honored with your 'male bovine exhaust' comment. It elevates me to the lofty rarefied air of 'Sheldon Cooper is a Smelly Pooper'. Thank you for that I am in good, yet smelly company. Mr Methane would be so proud. I feel like I am floating on air.
  23. FUN FACT: There is an episode of the court room show of Judge Mablean Ephriam where someone is suing her friend, because the friend revengefully advised a tattoo that the plaintive thought was the Chinese symbols for 'courage under fire', but was actually the symbols for 'Chicken Noodle Soup'. The plaintive slept with the defendant's boy friend. It was revenge. Was it Big Bang Theory inspired?
  24. Again, in general, if Sheldon was symptomatic first, and then Penny , then Sheldon probably transmitted the germ to Penny. If Penny showed symptoms first, and then Sheldon, then Penny probably infected Sheldon. If Sheldon and Penny both were symptomatic at about the same moment, then they probably were exposed simultaneously. It is unlikely to be the flu, because Sheldon would have had the flu shot, and /or Tamaflu (or similar med). As another example. Kids get infected at school, and then infect the family. The kid gets sick, and then the parent. What is really strange is that Leonard did not get infected, and spent the time with Raj. Perhaps it was a germ they picked up at the Cheesecake Factory. Maybe even something with lactose. That way Leonard never got exposed. Coliform Bacteria are prevalent in dairy products. This brings to mind Louie Pasteur, and small pox vs cow pox.
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