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Episode 1.08: The Grasshopper Experiment


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Great epsiode.

The Cuba Libre references made me crack up. Got very drunk in my youth on Cuba Libre. Maybe they were a little slutty!

Nerd moment! The actor that plays Raj's dad is the same guy that plays Bashir's dad in Deep Space Nine. Can't remember the name of the epsidoe but it's where we learn that he is genetically enahnced.

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Great epsiode.

The Cuba Libre references made me crack up. Got very drunk in my youth on Cuba Libre. Maybe they were a little slutty!

Nerd moment! The actor that plays Raj's dad is the same guy that plays Bashir's dad in Deep Space Nine. Can't remember the name of the epsidoe but it's where we learn that he is genetically enahnced.

uhhh, deep space nine. Watched some from DVD, hated all the characters. Off topic, I know, but I had to say it! Anyways, sheldon seems to not like DS9 either, so I'm in the clear!

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Sheldon & The Cuba Libre: epic moments.

Big discover: Raj can talk to women after drinking a bit.

I finally understand why in season 6 (the first season of BBT I watched) he always drinks beer or something like that, especially when he must talk to women. LOL, thanks Penny for giving him a chance for what concerns relationships!

 

Sheldon and "the princess"... he can be such an alien sometimes, gotta love him. ;)

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