An ordinary trip to the mall gets a little wacky when the group goes their separate ways. Trying to impress Cousin Leroy, Leonard agrees to get a matching tattoo. Afraid of needles, Sheldon decides to hit up the arcade where he causes a ruckus over the Star Trek: The Next Generation Pinball machine’s continuity errors. At the food court, Penny tries to convince Howard to ask out the young woman at the cookie store. Amy’s mysterious absence from work causes the police to begin an investigation.
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Things get a little sticky when Howard helps Amy dispose of a crate of surplus monkeys by sending the beasts to space using his new rocket powered by Diet Cola and Mentos. Sheldon and Leonard enlist the help of Raj’s cousin Leroy to track down a copy of ET for the Atari 2600 in the desert. Penny goes on a blind date with the Ghost of Albert Einstein, but confuses him for “Weird Al” Yankovic. Raj ponders his existence in a dark cell between rounds of torture.
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Things get a little rough for Raj when the TSA decides to turn him over to the Department of Homeland Security. Before taking him to Gitmo, they grant his request to call Leonard to clear this whole thing up. Sheldon hangs up Leonard’s phone when Penny reveals that she likes the Star Wars prequels better than the original trilogy. Sheldon and Leonard use “enhanced” interrogation on Penny while the government uses actual enhanced interrogation against Raj—further eroding away his rights. Howard attempts to grow a beard with wacky results.
Monday, June 20, 2016
The group decides to unwind with a trip to Hawaii, but not before trouble finds them first! Raj is stopped by airport security when they confuse him for a suspected terrorist. Sheldon must face his fear of public toilets when he gets a case of the “runs” during his long flight. Leonard and Penny get mixed up in a volcano cult sacrifice, while Howard discovers that his mom tagged along for the trip.