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Episode 1.11 The Pancake Batter Anomaly

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CBS has announced the full details of Episode 1.11 entitled "The Pancake Batter Anomaly", it will air Monday March 31st at 8/7c.

"The Pancake Batter Anomaly" - When Sheldon gets sick, Leonard and the boys know what's in store and avoid him like the plague, leaving an unsuspecting Penny to nurse the world's worst patient back to health, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Monday, March 31 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

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Continuity issue? -

Sheldon - "I need a growth medium, and SOMEBODY polished off the apricot yogurt!"

I thought Leonard was lactose-intolerant? :icon_lol:

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Continuity issue? -

Sheldon - "I need a growth medium, and SOMEBODY polished off the apricot yogurt!"

I thought Leonard was lactose-intolerant? :icon_lol:

Perhaps I'm wrong (totally possible), but I thought because of all the live cultures in the yogurt, it's easily digestible by lactose intolerant people.

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Continuity issue? -

Sheldon - "I need a growth medium, and SOMEBODY polished off the apricot yogurt!"

I thought Leonard was lactose-intolerant? :icon_lol:

Perhaps I'm wrong (totally possible), but I thought because of all the live cultures in the yogurt, it's easily digestible by lactose intolerant people.

Could it be soy yoghurt?

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still a pretty cool thing to pick up on. Didn't even occur to me the million times I've watched that episode.

well spotted.

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I'm doing another run through of the show and I'm actually on this episode right now. Even though I've seen it several times already, it still cracks me up every time. It's probably one of my favorite episodes.

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This is one of the best episodes from the series, Sheldon plays a sick person very well and the look on Pennys face when she had to rub that cream on sheldons chest!

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Continuity issue? -

Sheldon - "I need a growth medium, and SOMEBODY polished off the apricot yogurt!"

I thought Leonard was lactose-intolerant? :icon_lol:

Perhaps I'm wrong (totally possible), but I thought because of all the live cultures in the yogurt, it's easily digestible by lactose intolerant people.

Could it be soy yoghurt?

I


Continuity issue? -

Sheldon - "I need a growth medium, and SOMEBODY polished off the apricot yogurt!"

I thought Leonard was lactose-intolerant? :icon_lol:

Perhaps I'm wrong (totally possible), but I thought because of all the live cultures in the yogurt, it's easily digestible by lactose intolerant people.

Could it be soy yoghurt?

I am lactose intolerant but I can eat a bit of yoghurt, not much though, the same with hard cheese.

Although yoghurt is a milk product, many people with lactose intolerance do not experience symptoms after eating yoghurt, even the kind that doesn't contain live active bacteria.

When yoghurt is consumed, bile acids disrupt the cell wall of the bacteria in yoghurt. This releases the enzyme beta-galactosidase (related to lactase) into the intestines, enhancing lactose digestion.

Also, the bacteria cultivated to make yoghurt "eats" the lactose and "excretes" lactic acid, that is what makes the yoghurt taste acid. Thus, the lactose is almost reduced to 0 on yoghurt.

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Continuity issue? -

Sheldon - "I need a growth medium, and SOMEBODY polished off the apricot yogurt!"

I thought Leonard was lactose-intolerant? :icon_lol:

Perhaps I'm wrong (totally possible), but I thought because of all the live cultures in the yogurt, it's easily digestible by lactose intolerant people.

Could it be soy yoghurt?

I


Continuity issue? -

Sheldon - "I need a growth medium, and SOMEBODY polished off the apricot yogurt!"

I thought Leonard was lactose-intolerant? :icon_lol:

Perhaps I'm wrong (totally possible), but I thought because of all the live cultures in the yogurt, it's easily digestible by lactose intolerant people.

Could it be soy yoghurt?

I am lactose intolerant but I can eat a bit of yoghurt, not much though, the same with hard cheese.

Although yoghurt is a milk product, many people with lactose intolerance do not experience symptoms after eating yoghurt, even the kind that doesn't contain live active bacteria.

When yoghurt is consumed, bile acids disrupt the cell wall of the bacteria in yoghurt. This releases the enzyme beta-galactosidase (related to lactase) into the intestines, enhancing lactose digestion.

Also, the bacteria cultivated to make yoghurt "eats" the lactose and "excretes" lactic acid, that is what makes the yoghurt taste acid. Thus, the lactose is almost reduced to 0 on yoghurt.

Even though I'm not lactose intolerant, I feel I've learned something about the subject. Thank you. :)

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Sheldon sick = death. OMG, the worst patient on the globe. ;)

Poor Penny, I would have killed Leonard in her shoes... Anyway another great episode. :give_rose:

Jim Parsons is amazing and I loved the guys' reaction after the news of Sheldon's illness. Worldwide disaster coming, run away faster than light!

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First time we see that although he may be head over heels for Penny, the fact is Leonard had no problem making Sheldon her problem, and first time Penny realizes this "You Rat Bastard!"  Classic that comes back!

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