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The Explosion Implosion

Season 11 Episode 04

Teleplay by                                          Story by

  Steve Holland                                      Bill Prady

     &                                                         &

       Eric Kaplan                                            Maria Ferrari

     &                                                          &

            Jeremy Howe                                        Tara Hernandez

 

COLD OPEN

SCENE A

ATOM CUT TO

 

DOCTOR’S OFFICE

(Howard, Bernadette)

BERNADETTE SITTING ON EXAM TABLE, HOWARD PACING.

HOWARD: It feels like it wasn’t that long ago, that we were here, doing this for Halley.

BERNADETTE: Cause it wasn’t. (beat) Which reminds me, before we leave, lets get you a vasectomy.

HOWARD: Ohhhh, that’s sweet, but today is all about you.

HOWARD LOVINGLY TAPS BERNADETTE ON HER SHOULDER

DR SAMUELS ENTERS

DR SAMUELS: So, are you two ready to find out the sex of this baby?

HOWARD: Yeah

BERNADETTE: Absolutely

DR SAMUELS WALKS OVER TO COUNTER

DR SAMUELS: Is Halley hoping for a little brother or a little sister.

BERNADETTE: Well, she’s nine months old, so unless it jingles or is in my bra, she doesn’t care.

DR SAMUELS PUTS JEL ON BERNADETTES BELLY FOR ULTRASOUND

DR SAMUELS: And, how about you two?

HOWARD: You know, for the first one we really wanted a girl, but this time around, we don’t have a preference.

DR SAMUELS STARTS MOVING THE WAND OVER BERNIE’S BELLY BABY’S HEARTBEAT CAN BE HEARD

BERNADETTE: Yeah, boy, girl, as long as it’s healthy.

DR SAMUELS: Well, it’s a boy.

HOWARD AND BERNIE BOTH LOOK DISAPPOINTED

BERNADETTE, HOWARD (disappointed) (together): Ohhh.

 

ZOOM CUT TO

SCENE B

APARTMENT 4A

(Sheldon, Amy, Leonard, Penny, Raj, Howard, Bernadette)

ALL EATING

RAJ: C…come on, you can’t really be disappointed.

HOWARD: Hey, I barely know how to be a man myself, now I have to teach someone?

SHELDON: As the saying goes, those who can’t do, teach.

AMY: Don’t you want a little version of Howard?

BERNADETTE: I already have a little version of Howard.

HOWARD: And now I’m having a son?  I’ll have to teach him how to play sports, and…and watch sports an…and…an…an…and…and…

RAJ: He just ran out of man things, he’s in trouble.

LEONARD: It’s okay, we’re all here to help.

SHELDON: Yes, and this baby will have plenty of manly role models.  I’m certain that whatever Bernadette can’t teach him, Penny can.

LEONARD: She can pee into a bottle.

PENNY: Anything with a neck, wider than a nickle.

PENNY MAKES A NICKLE SIZE HOLE WITH HER HAND, AND HOLDS IT UP TO HER EYE.

BERNADETTE: Howie, there’s a lot of amazing things you can teach a son.

RAJ: Yeah, you do ALWAYS know how to pick just the right antacid.

HOWARD: I don’t know if I can teach that, it’s just something I was born with.

LEONARD: Come on, you can build things… you were an astronaut.

HOWARD: That’s true, you know, as I kid, I used to make model rockets.  That’d be pretty cool to do with a son.

SHELDON: Model rockets, finally, something interesting.  What is your preferred mode of recovery?

AMY:  Sheldon, we’re helping our friends.

SHELDON:  And we got to model rockets.  It was a tedious road, but well worth the effort.

AMY: So, have you thought of any names?

SHELDON: Amy, we finally got to model rockets, why are you turning back?

 

CUT TO

OPENING TITLES

ACT 1

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE C

APARTMENT 4A

(Leonard Penny)

PENNY ON COUCH, LEONARD COMING FROM HALLWAY, CARRYING A STAR TREK UNIFORM.

PENNY: Hey, where are your going?

LEONARD: Back to the dry cleaner.  Look at this.

LEONARD STOPS AND SHOWS PENNY HIS UNIFORM

LEONARD: They didn’t get the stain out of my Star Fleet uniform.

PENNY: Well, if you didn’t make me wear the green body paint, in bed, you wouldn’t have to get it dry cleaned so much.

LEONARD: Nah, it’s worth it.

[SFX]: RINGTONE ON COMPUTER.  PENNY LOOKS

PENNY: Hey, wait, it’s your mom.

LEONARD RUSHES TO THE DOOR.

LEONARD: Oh well.  Too bad, she just missed me.

LEONARD EXITS, CLOSES DOOR. PENNY ANSWERS CALL

PENNY: Hey Beverley.

BEVERLEY: Oh, hello, Penny.

PENNY: Leonard just left, he’s going to be so upset he missed your call.

BEVERLEY (deadpan): Why?

PENNY: Because he… (beat)… yeah, I don’t know.  How are you?

BEVERLEY (deadpan): Did you mean personally, or professionally.

PENNY: Ummmmm, personally. Like what did you do last night?

BEVERLEY (deadpan): I had Cuban food, at the home of a man with whom I shared unsatisfying intercourse. 

PENNY (looking shocked): (beat) Wow.  (beat) Okay.

BEVERLEY (deadpan): And to anticipate your next questions, roasted pork, and sideways missionary.

PENNY (in disbelief): Sure… sure… cause you were full.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE D

WOLOWITZ GARAGE

(Sheldon, Howard, Raj)

ALL THREE GOING THROUGH CONTAINERS OF MODEL ROCKET PARTS AND KITS.

HOWARD: I haven’t looked at all this stuff in years.

SHELDON POINTS TO INDIVIDUAL ROCKET AS HE SAYS:

SHELDON: Had it……had it……burnt down my garage with it.

RAJ: I had three model rockets as a kid, and I was the largest space program in India.

SHELDON PICKS UP A LARGE KIT.

SHELDON: You have a replica Saturn V?

HOWARD: Yeah, my dad bought it before he……you know, abandoned our family.

SHELDON: Lucky duck.

HOWARD: I could never bring myself to open it without him. Silly.

SHELDON: No, it’s not silly. I always wanted my dad to build rockets with me, but he wasn’t interested.

RAJ: Ahhhhh, yes, disappointing fathers. Tell me about it. I remember for my sixteenth birthday, my dad bought me a Mercedes.  Like, a little one, like a starter Mercedes. He barely handed me the keys, before he had to rush back to work.  I didn’t see again until, pretty late that night.

HOWARD: Anyway… as angry as I was, with him leaving, building this stuff is probably what led me to become an engineer.

SHELDON: I suppose, in his own way, my dad also encouraged me to pursue science.  I mean he is the one that taught me flatulence is combustible. And, also, polyester gym shorts, don’t burn. They melt.

RAJ: Yeah, I guess I’m an astrophysicist because, as a kid, I said I like to look at the stars, so my dad sent me to Hawaii, to visit the Keck telescope.     

SHELDON AND HOWARD LOOK AT RAJ IN DISBELIEF.

RAJ (looking hurt): Screw you, my pain is real.

RAJ WALKS AWAY.

HOWARD: You know what, forget the past. What do you say, you and me, build this rocket.

SHELDON: That sound’s like it could be a real bonding experience, for us.

HOWARD: Right?

SHELDON: Oh, I see…oh you think that’s a positive

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE E

WOLOWITZ LIVING ROOM

(Bernadette, Raj).

RAJ IN CHAIR, BERNADETTE SITTING ON COUCH GOING THROUGH BABY CLOTHES.

BERNADETTE: So, you didn’t want to hang out with Sheldon and Howard?

RAJ: No, they were bonding over their sad childhoods, and my stupid parents were always there for me.  What’s all this?

BERNADETTE:  I’m just boxing up all the clothes Halley’s outgrown.  I guess we won’t need them anymore.

RAJ: Whoa, slow down, I’m sure there are some you can reuse, for a boy.

BERNADETTE HOLDS UP A TSHIRT, READS PHRASE ON SHIRT

BERNADETTE: Daddy’s little girl?

RAJ: Okay, well, what if we change it to say, Daddy’s little girl magnet?  BOOM, boy shirt.

BERNADETTE: What about this.

BERNADETTE HOLDS UP A RED TUTU

RAJ: Ahhhhh, okay, pull off the skirt, slap a lightning bolt on the front and you’ve got baby Flash.  Oooooh, stick a long sleeve under it, BOOM, baby Sheldon.

BERNADETTE: Wow, you’re really good at this.   

RAJ: Ahhhhh, please, this isn’t my first time turning girl clothes into boy clothes.

BERNADETTE: Why? You got your sisters hand me downs?

RAJ: Yeah, that.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE F

INSIDE HOWARD’S CAR

(Howard, Sheldon)

HOWARD DRIVING

HOWARD: Oh, I should have brought peanuts.

SHELDON: You can’t eat peanuts, you’re allergic.  If you die, who’s going to drive me home?

HOWARD: I’m not going to eat them, it’s a thing they do at JPL. When the Ranger mission finally had a successful launch, there were peanuts in the room.  And, ever since then, they have them at every launch.

SHELDON: It sounds like a silly superstition.

HOWARD: It’s more of a tradition.

SHELDON (excited): Ohhhhhhhhhhh, I do love a tradition. Would you, pull over at the next peanut store.

HOWARD: I don’t think that’s a real thing.

SHELDON: Oh, don’t be pedantic, any nut store will do.

HOWARD: I don’t think we can get peanuts out here.

SHELDON: Well, then this whole day is ruined.

HOWARD: Now that I think about it, maybe it is more of a superstition.

SHELDON: Whew, that was close.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE G

APARTMENT 4A

(Penny)

PENNY ENTERS, OEPNS FRIDGE [SFX] TRI-CHIMES FROM PENNY’S PHONE  PENNY PULLS PHONE FROM BACK POCKET, ACCEPTS CALL, PENNY ON PHONE

PENNY: Oh, hey Beverly, you called my phone, not Leonard.

CUT TO

BEVERLY’S APARTMENT

(Beverly)

BEVERLY WALKS TO COUCH, SITS DOWN.

BEVERLY: Actually, I was hoping to speak with you, is this a good time?

 

RESET TO

APARTMENT 4A

PENNY HOLDING A JUICE CONTAINER

PENNY: Er, that depends, what time is it where you are?

 

RESET TO

BEVERLY’S APARTMENT,

BEVERLY LOOKS AT WATCH

BEVERLY: Just after five.

 

RESET TO

APARTMENT 4A

PENNY PUTS JUICE CONTAINER BACK, GET BOTTLE OF WINE.

PENNY: Yeah, that a counts, what’s up?

 

RESET TO

BEVERLY’S APARTMENT,

BEVERLY: Well, I enjoyed our conversation the other day, and I was hoping to continue it.

 

RESET TO

APARTMENT 4A

PENNY GETS WINE GLASS.

 

PENNY: Really?

BEVERLY([SFX] on phone): Yes, you may find this surprising…

 

RESET TO

BEVERLY’S APARTMENT,

BEVERLY: but I don’t have a lot, of what you would call, girlfriends.

 

RESET TO

APARTMENT 4A

PENNY(fake surprise): Whaaaaaat?

 

RESET TO

BEVERLY’S APARTMENT,

BEVERLY:Of course there are my female colleagues, but they’re all Freudians, so the only boy I can dish about is my father. (Beverly laughs)

 

RESET TO

APARTMENT 4A

PENNY LOOKS AT PHONE, NO LAUGH, OPENS EYES WIDE IN DISBELIEF

PENNY: Er, well, you know, I’m here for you, what do you want to talk about?

 

RESET TO

BEVERLY’S APARTMENT,

BEVERLY: The last time we focused on my life.  If we’re going to be real girlfriends, we should talk about you, as well.

 

RESET TO

APARTMENT 4A

PENNY: Wow, you know, if we’re going to be real girlfriends, we should get a third girl we can trash behind her back.

 

RESET TO

BEVERLY’S APARTMENT,

BEVERLY: Ohhhhhhh, so we’d be catty. Oh, I like it. What about Sheldon’s fiancé, she seems a bit dour

 

RESET TO

APARTMENT 4A

PENNY: Oooohhh, dour, meee-ow.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE H

EXTERIOR, IN WHAT APPEARS TO BE A SMALL SECTION OF DESERT

(Sheldon, Howard)

BOTH PREPARING TO LAUNCH A MODEL ROCKET. SHELDON HOLDING HIS PHONE TO RECORD.

HOWARD:  All right, here we go.   L minus 10……9

SHELDON: Wait, what are you doing?  It’s T minus.

HOWARD: I was an astronaut, we used L minus.

SHELDON: But, this is a Saturn five.  And when they launched those, they said T minus…

HOWARD:  It’s my rocket, we’re doing it my way.

SHELDON: Fine. (2 beats) I’m not saying I know why your dad left, but I think I’m getting an idea.

HOWARD: L minus 10……9……8……7……6

SHELDON: Cause your kinda bossy.

HOWARD: 5……4……3……2……1……

ROCKET BLOWS UP.

SHELDON: I remember them going up higher.

FADEOUT

END ACT 1

 

 

ACT 2

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE J

EXTERIOR, IN WHAT APPEARS TO BE A SMALL SECTION OF DESERT

(Sheldon, Howard)

HOWARD, SHELDON LOOKING AT THE DESTROYED ROCKET.

HOWARD: Well, that’s perfect.  I mean the one thing I thought I could do with my son, I can’t even do that right.

SHELDON HOLDS UP HIS PHONE

SHELDON: If you want to see it again, I got it on video.

SHELDON WALKS OVER TO HOWARD.  TRYS TO SHOW HIM RECORDING OF EXPLOSION

SHELDON: It’s pretty cool in slow motion.

HOWARD:  Thank you for your support.

SHELDON:  You’re welcome

HOWARD: I was being sarcastic.

SHELDON (angry): How dare you.

HOWARD: Sheldon, what am I going to do?  (beat) What do I know about raising a boy?   

SHELDON: What do you know about raising a girl?

HOWARD:  Oh, my god, you’re right.

SHELDON: Well, I don’t know if that was sarcasm or not. So, either you’re welcome, or hey (fake angry).

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE K

APARTMENT 4A

(Penny, Leonard)

PENNY AT ISLAND, MAKING A SANDWICH. [SFX] MESSAGE ON PENNY’S PHONE.  PENNY LOOKS

PENNY: Leonard, did you really just text me, from the couch, to put extra mustard on your sandwich?

LEONARD:  I was worried you might not check your email.

PENNY CONTINUES TO SPREAD MUSTARD.  [SFX] MESSAGE TONE ON PENNY’S PHONE AGAIN. SHE HOLDS UP A SLICE OF BREAD.

PENNY:  I swear to god, I will throw this out.

LEONARD (laughing): That one was not me.

PENNY LOOKS AT PHONE PICKS IT UP

PENNY: Oh, wait, it was just your mom.

LEONARD:  My mother’s texting you?

PENNY:  Yeah, we’ve been talking, a lot, lately.

LEONARD: Why?  She sick of talking to the magic mirror on the wall?

PENNY:  No, I think she’s lonely.  She’s been reaching out.

LEONARD STAND, WALKS TOWARD PENNY AT ISLAND

LEONARD: Ok, just be careful. You think you’re getting close to her, and the next thing you know, you’re featured in a book called, He’s Doing it on Purpose: Raising a Teenage Bedwetter.

PENNY:  No, it’s not like that, you know, she’s been opening up about her life, and she’s actually be really supportive about mine.

LEONARD: Really?

PENNY: Yeah, I’ve been telling her about my job and she’s said she was proud of me. Even when I stayed dry for a whole month.

LEONARD: Well that’s great. She never told me she was proud of me. Even when I stayed dry for a whole month.

PENNY:  Do you not want me to be friends with your mom?

LEONARD:  Well, let’s be clear.  I…I…I married you to hurt her.  You’re kinda ruining it.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE L

EXTERIOR, IN WHAT APPEARS TO BE A SMALL SECTION OF DESERT

(Sheldon, Howard)

SHELDON, HOWARD PICKING UP PIECES OF THE DESTROYED ROCKET, AND PUTTING THEM IN A BOX.

SHELDON: Reason number thirteen to feel good, as a launch, it was bad, but as an explosion, it was glorious.  Reason fourteen, you still have all your fingers. And, boys prefer a dad with fingers.

HOWARD:  Thanks for trying, but you’re not going to be able to cheer me up.

SHELDON: Well, how about this then?  You quit your whining, before I give you something to cry about, young man.

HOWARD: What?

SHELDON: Those are comforting words my father would often say.

HOWARD: Did it help?

SHELDON: I turned out great, you tell me.

HOWARD: Let’s get going.

BOTH START WALKING TOWARD THE CAR.

SHELDON: Are you going to be this mopey all the way home?

HOWARD: I don’t know, maybe.

SHELDON: Is there any chance you’d be cheered up by an amazing trigonometry riddle?

HOWARD STOPS, TURNS, AND LOOKS AT SHELDON IN DISGUST

SHELDON: If you can’t answer that, there’s no way you’re going to get this riddle.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE M

WOLOWITZ LIVING ROOM

(Raj, Bernadette)

RAJ AT SEWING MACHING, SEWING, BERNADETTE WALKS UP TO HIM, HE TURNS AND LOOKS AT HER, POINTS TOWARD WHAT HE IS SEWING.

RAJ: Oh, hey.  Hey, what do you think?

BERNADETTE: Just cause it’s a boy I don’t think you need to put a picture of genitals on his shirt

BERNAETTE WALKS TO COUCH, SITS, STARTS FOLDING CLOTHES.

RAJ: That’s a little baseball bat, with two little baseballs.  Ok, yeah, now I see it.

SHELDON CLOSES DOOR

RAJ: So, you know, I understand why Howard is nervous about having a son, but are you really upset about it?

BERNADETTE: No, I’m fine. It’s just I grew up with a bunch of brothers, so I thought it’d be nice for Halley to have a sister.  Is that wrong?

RAJ: Of course it’s wrong. You don’t know what this little boy is going to be like.  Maybe he’ll be rough and tumble, or maybe he’ll be sweet and sensitive, or maybe he’ll be all those things, like me.

BERNADETTE (sarcastically): You’re rough and tumble?

RAJ: You bet I am, bitch.  But, I’m also sensitive and regret saying……that.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE N

APARTMENT 4B

(Amy)

AMY SITTING AT THE ISLAND, WORKING ON HER COMPUTER.  KNOCK ON DOOR, LEONARD OPENS DOOR, STANDS IN DOORWAY.

LEONARD: Hey

AMY:  Hello

LEONARD: You got a sec?

AMY: Sure, what’s up?

LEONARD ENTERS, AND CLOSES DOOR.

LEONARD: Penny’s been talking to my mother, like they are best friends, and it’s kind of freaking me out.

AMY: Okay.  I am pretty sure they’re not best friends, cause you can only have one best friend, and Penny has that, and it’s me.

LEONARD: Oh, really? Is she FaceTiming with you right now, because she’s FaceTiming with my mom, and believe me that is not a face you want to spend time with?   

AMY: Hmmmff, well, I have been pretty busy lately.  Maybe I’ve been neglecting our friendship

AMY STANDS, WALKS TOWARD THE WINDOW

LEONARD: Penny knows I have a complicated relationship with my mother, it’s like she doesn’t even care.

AMY: And with everything going on at the lab, and planning the wedding, I just, I have so little free time.

LEONARD: Penny doesn’t know how manipulative my mother can be, did you know there’s such a thing as reverse, reverse, reverse psychology, because, there is.

AMY WALKS BACK TOWARD HER COMPUTER

AMY:  I mean she must feel so abandoned, she’s used to me being there all the time, but now I have my own life and she’s just going to have to accept it.

LEONARD (starting to get angry): And, why is my mom proud of Penny and not me.

AMY (getting frustrated): I mean the real question is why is Penny so afraid of me growing as a person.

LEONARD (yelling): I’m good at stuff too.

AMY (yelling): I deserve my own life.

AMY, LEONARD TURN AND LOOK AT EACH OTHER, REALIZING THEY WERE YELLING.

LEONARD: Okay, well, thanks.

AMY:  Good talk.

LEONARD WALKS TOWARD THE DOOR.  AMY SITS BACK DOWN IN FRONT OF HER COMPUTER.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE P

WOLOWITZ’S CAR

(Howard, Sheldon.)

HOWARD DRIVING.

SHELDON: You know, studies have shown that people distracted by emotional issues are poor drivers.

HOWARD: What about people distracted by irritating passengers?

SHELDON: That would be hard to test, because irritating is a subjective quantity.   

HOWARD: Strongly disagree.

SHELDON: (2 beats) Can I drive?

HOWARD: No, you can’t drive.  You don’t even have a license.

SHELDON: Actually, I do.

HOWARD (surprised): Really? Since when?

SHELDON: Three years ago. I went on a bit of a license kick. I’m also a commercial fisherman.

HOWARD: Then why don’t you ever drive yourself.

SHELDON: Honestly, I barely passed my test, and the one time I drove on my own, I made a U-turn, got dizzy, threw up, and walked home.

HOWARD: You really want to drive?

SHELDON: It seems like the perfect time.  The roads are straight, there’s no one around, and you don’t seem to care if you live or die.

HOWARD: Live, Sheldon, I want to live.

SHELDON: Well, that makes things a little tricker, but I’ll do my best.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE R

APRTMENT 4A

(Leonard)

LEONARD ON COUCH, ON HIS COMPUTER.  [SFX] PHONE RINGING.  BEVERLY ON COMPUTER.

 

BEVERLY(excited): Hi Pen…… (sounds disappointed) oh, hello Leonard.

LEONARD (tightly): Hello mother, how are you?

BEVERLY: Fine, and you?

LEONARD: I’m great.

BEVERLY: Well, it’s been lovely catching up.

LEONARD: No, no, no, wait, hang on, we need to talk.

BEVERLY (dismayed): Oh, brother.

LEONARD: I want to know, why aren’t you proud of me?

BEVERLY: Well, isn’t the real question, why aren’t you proud of yourself?

LEONARD: No, that is a question, and I ask it a lot. But, let’s stick with the one I asked you.

BEVERLY: But, why do you think I’m not proud of you?

LEONARD: Because you never say it. But, two days into chatting with Penny and you can’t stop telling her how great she is.

BEVERLY: She is great. Honestly, of all of my children’s spouses, she’s the one I’m most impressed by.

LEONARD: Seriously?

BEVERLY: Yes, she’s confident, she thoughtful, and she never complained about you once.  I know what kind of strength that takes.

LEONARD: So, Penny’s your favorite.

BEVERLY: I suppose she is. You married well, Leonard, and for that, I am proud of you.

LEONARD (starts tearing up): I don’t, I don’t, I don’t know what to say.

BEVERLY: I’m also proud of how hard you’re trying not to cry.

LEONARD (more tears): Thanks you.

BEVERLY: Would you like to hang up now?

LEONARD:  Yeah, here it comes.

LEONARD CLOSES COMPUTER.  TEARS START FLOWING.

 

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE S

WOLOWITZ’S CAR

SHELDON DRIVING.

HOWARD: Your hands are at ten and two.  Good.  Steady on the gas. Okay.  Now, you’re going to want to slowly switch lanes……

SHELDON: Why?

HOWARD: Because there are only two, and you’re not in either of them.

SHELDON TURNS TURN SIGNAL ON, MOVES TO THE RIGHT.

HOWARD: Atta boy, well done.

SHELDON: Thank you, uh, the last time I drove I was terrified. But, this is fun.

HOWARD: You’re doing great.

SHELDON: You’re a good teacher. (2 beats) Your son is going to be lucky to have you as a father.

HOWARD: Thanks

SHELDON: Do you think I could try going a little faster.

HOWARD: Go for it champ.

HOWARD LIGHTLY HITS SHELDON’S SHOULDER WITH HIS FIST

SHELDON: OWWWWW.

HOWARD: Sorry, just ease on the gas and……

SHELDON FLOORS THE GAS PEDAL

HOWARD (yells): ……awwwww, too much, too much.

SHELDON: Why was I scared of this, this is exhilarating.

HOWARD (yelling): No, it’s not, slow down.

SHELDON (yelling): Don’t tell me what to do, you’re not my father.

FADEOUT

END OF ACT 2

 

 

TAG

ATOM CUT TO

SCENE T

EXTERIOR, ROAD IN DESERT.

(Howard, Sheldon, Sherriff)

HOWARD AND SHELDON IN HOWARD’S CAR, SHELDON IN DRIVERS SEAT. SHERIFF’S CAR BEHIND THEM, SHERIFF WALKS TO HOWARDS’S CAR’S DRIVER’S SIDE WINDOW.

 

SHERIFF: Do you know how fast you were going?

SHELDON (nodding): 112

HOWARD LOOKS EMBARRASSED.

SHERIFF: Let me see your license.   

SHELDON (whispers to Howard): Ok, here’s the plan.

HOWARD (shaking head): No

SHELDON: Fine

SHELDON HANDS LICENSE TO SHERIFF.

SHELDON: There you go.  You know what, you can just keep it.

 

BLACKOUT

END OF TAG

RUN END CREDITS

END OF SHOW

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