The Big Bang Theory - S7.E20 - The Relationship Diremption
'The Relationship Diremption' - Season 7, Episode 20 . for one last walk before bed so that you don't have a mess to clean up in your castle in the morning:). Series 07 Episode 20 – The Relationship Diremption. Scene: The cafeteria. Leonard: I got to tell you, the more I read about the primordial gravity wave discovery. Watch The Relationship Diremption on YouTube. Available in HD / SD. Watch The Relationship Diremption on Microsoft Movies & TV. Own in HD $
I am a stwing pwagmatist. Am I wasting my life on a theory that can never be proven? But how great is Game of Thrones? I told you those Walking Dead pillowcases were a bad idea. Is something bothering you? Oh, come on, try me. You mean your acting career? Your relationship with Leonard? Your failed attempt to go back to college? I said Leonard, you said no. Well, what do you do? You have to have the courage to end the relationship.
Break it off, shake hands, walk away. Penny, have you seen my good inhaler? Um, kind of hit a bump.
The Relationship Diremption
So I tried the same thing with Lucy. She had mixed feelings. But when I said, Emily was cool with it. Those feelings became less mixed. At least now I can focus all my energies on just one girl. I hope I get to meet her as soon as possible. But I like that attitude.
Gentlemen, is anybody interested in my old string theory books? And according to Cosmopolitan magazine, one of the most effective techniques for moving on is to get rid of all reminders of the relationship.
Anyway, it suggests that I set these on fire, but the smell of burning books reminds me of church picnics in East Texas. This seemed so elegant at the time, but now I realize I was just a simple country boy seduced by a big city theory with variables in all the right places. As hard as this is, I have to move on. I have needs, too. So, you and Emily still together? I spoke to Bernadette. Right next to dishwasher safe. No jokes about how close I am with my dog. Or the truth about how close I am with my dog.
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No jokes about the year I took ballet. God, you never listen. Are you sure you want to do this? The magazine articles suggest that one of the ways to get over a breakup is a new look.
What about your old look, well-groomed ventriloquist doll? Penny treating Sheldon as a ventriloquist doll: Oh my God, I do look like that. So, how do you want me to cut it? Oh, how about Bill Gates meets Nikola Tesla? So, business in the front, science in the back.
Can you keep him quiet? Maybe jangle some keys in front of him?
TV Reviews: The Big Bang Theory: The Relationship Diremption (7x20)
Oh, there are so many exciting areas. Black holes, dark matter. Okay, what do you think? Have you ever even seen a picture of Tesla? It actually looks good, Sheldon.
I suppose I could see myself in a scientific boy band. What did you do? I gave him a new look. Why would you say that? Beckham can bend it, Ralph can wreck it, Raj can blow it. In a bad way, very bad.
Whatever you hear tonight, just remember I love you. Emily, these are my good friends, Howard and Bernadette. Guys, this is Emily. Nice to meet you. Have we met before? You I know, you I know, you? Even if you had yummy candy, I would not get in your van. Did you go to that spin class on Green Street?
Penny tells him that maybe it's time for him to "end the relationship" with string theory and try something else. Sheldon goes through a "breakup," letting Penny give him a new, more attractive look, getting drunk, trying to figure out a new scientific focus There were a few decent moments in here, such as when Penny tells Sheldon that she understands what it's like to pour your heart into something and get nothing in return.
Sheldon asks her if she's talking about her acting career, or her relationship with Leonard. I also liked Amy's "sex on a stick line," and some of Sheldon's messages to Stephen Hawking were okay. In particular, at one point he just says "I kiss girls now," apropos of nothing.
However, other parts of this plot thread really rubbed me the wrong way, such as Sheldon making a couple of insensitive jokes about Stephen Hawking's inability to answer the phone, and the way Leonard asking for his inhaler and showing visible signs of his health problems was supposed to be seen as a sign that he's not a good catch for Penny. Yay, I kept it short! I didn't enjoy this one. I know that The Big Bang Theory is going to be around for years to come, but I might not stick it out until the end.
It's trying my patience.