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Moment of Goodness

5 Moments of Goodness from The Big Bang Theory “The Monster Isolation” 

Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS

In last night’s Big Bang, we picked up on Raj’s romantic exploit, which skidded to a halt before it made it through the intersection.  Meanwhile, Sheldon accepted help from Penny and was then required to fulfill the social obligation of returning the favor.  Penny couldn’t be expected to resist helping someone who says to his internet watching public, “My heart goes out to the members of the African American community who, like me, have been kept down by the man.”  Sheldon, Sheldon, Sheldon.  Here are the top five moments of goodness.

Fun with Flags.  It’s a riveting episode of Sheldon Cooper presents Fun with Flags.  Sheldon’s attempt at casual conversation has a creepy, ‘I have candy in my van little girl’ quality.  So did not help when he spread those corduroys wide open and advised Penny, “Spread your legs, invite them in.”  Did anyone notice the Rubik’s cube Kleenex box?  I need one of those.

Time for a Pants Party.  Raj is understandably devastated when his new crush ditches him.  Raj in the tighty whities and lobster bib was uncomfortably funny to say the least.  You wanted to look away, but couldn’t.  Though, nothing – I mean nothing – tops him running in the UGG boots down the street.  I’d say most people have had one of those moments when your place is a wreck and you have food on your shirt.  Yes, he had less than one date with this girl.  But, rejection is rejection – especially for someone as sensitive as Raj.  By the way, where is his dog?  We haven’t seen her lately.

Obsessively Compulsively Disordered.  What would Sheldon be without a healthy dose of OCD?  It drove him nuts when Penny opened the door before he could perform his ritual greeting.  The solution?  Mid conversation knock-knock-knock Pennys.  This is the same guy who has a “spot” on the couch, so his devotion to repetition is to be expected and one of his more entertaining quirks.

Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS

Penny’s Streetcar.  We get to see Penny act for the first time and considering how she’s been mercilessly mocked for a lack of talent for years, she did a wonderful job.  Seeing Sheldon, Amy and Leonard give her a bit of respect for her talent was like getting a drink of water in the desert.

Raj’s Love Connection.  There is nothing sweeter than two broken souls coming together.  You had to feel Raj’s pain when he discovered that his coffee shop date climbed out of a window to escape him.  I don’t want them to take her extreme awkwardness too far.  Even at this early stage, she’s making Amy and Sheldon look well-adjusted.

The Big Bang Theory airs Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS. The next new episode hits airwaves March 7.

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