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  22.22 The Maternal Conclusion
Posted by: Tuesday Pajamas - 04-12-2019, 02:54 PM - Forum: Season 12 - The last Huzzah! - No Replies

TBC

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  20.21 The Plagiarism Schism
Posted by: Tuesday Pajamas - 04-12-2019, 02:48 PM - Forum: Season 12 - The last Huzzah! - No Replies

"When competitors Pemberton (Sean Astin) and Campbell (Kal Penn) charm America on a publicity tour, Sheldon and Amy try to bring Nobel laureates Kip Thorne, George Smoot and Frances Arnold to their side. Also, Halley's fear of the dark leads to opportunity and conflict for Howard, Bernadette and Stuart."

Who are these people... Pemberton? Huh

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  20.20 The Inspiration Deprivation
Posted by: Tuesday Pajamas - 03-22-2019, 11:22 PM - Forum: Season 12 - The last Huzzah! - Replies (5)

Thursday 21st Taping. 

Airs April 11, 2019. 

Taken from the other site.


"The episode opens with The gang on the couch, similar.  They were discussing what movie to go to and where/when to eat dinner. Everyone had an opinion and Leonard did not want to eat late at night. Sheldon argued with him, Leonard caved and the entire group told him he as "satisfier", as someone who does whatever anyone else wants to take the least path of resistance.  Afterwards, Penny continued to push Leonard to see that the group is correct and to start doing what makes him happy, and to not take penny's feelings into account for things he wants to do.

So, Penny tells Leonard to pick an activity, and he struggles with that. He also shows Sheldon the "new strong" Leo and takes a new way to work (or home, or somewhere, I don't remember) which frightens Sheldon.

What the real Pivot point of the episode in my opinion was that Leonard feels his job is inadequate, and he is unhappy. He writes a proposal to President Siebert (spelling) about leading up a plasma physics team, and he was not willing to take no for answer even if that meant leaving the university.  Penny found out and was rather upset, as any wife would when her husbands job might be in jeopardy and he argues with her about it.

In the end, President siebert said no and Leonard walked out.

The show ended with Penny discussing what happened with Leonard and it was revealed that after Leonard walked out, Siebert said they didn't want to loose him so gave him a Co-lead position on a different "study" (don't remember what is was about).  Leonard was happy with that and that he stood up for himself."

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