Bernadette and Wolowitz leave their kids for the first time; Penny and Leonard try to keep a secret; Sheldon and Amy stick together; and Koothrappali makes a new friend, as the gang travels together into an uncharted future.Watch Now:Amazon
A fight between Sheldon and Leonard impacts Amy and Penny's living arrangements; while Howard is away, Raj helps Mrs. Wolowitz out.
In order to continue living with Sheldon, Amy lies to him about repairs being made to her apartment and they host an "on location" episode of "Fun With Flags" in Penny’s apartment. Also, Leonard lets Penny decorate Sheldon’s old room after he learns that she has been secretly moving Leonard’s collectibles into storage.Watch Now:Amazon
Sheldon faces a crisis after Leonard disproves his accidental scientific discovery. Meanwhile, Raj must stay with Howard & Bernadette for a week.
It’s Thanksgiving. Sheldon and Amy go on a lunch date to the aquarium as friends. Meanwhile, Howard, Bernadette, Raj and Emily help out at a soup kitchen and Leonard and Penny make their first Thanksgiving dinner as a married couple.
Sheldon tries to bond with Amy’s father, but when Wolowitz lures Mr. Fowler away with magic tricks, Sheldon has no choice but to bond with Mrs. Fowler. Also, Koothrappali and Anu try to get physical for the first time.
A brilliant but reclusive scientist, Doctor Wolcott, invites Sheldon to his cabin in the middle of nowhere, and Leonard, Raj and Howard go along for the trip. Also, Penny and Bernadette improvise after Amy doesn’t like the tame bachelorette party they planned for her.Watch Now:iTunes
Louisville has some special visitors — WELCOME TO FLATCH's Kelly and Shrub Mallet stop by, and the one-and-only Robin Thicke is in town for a fundraiser, which Max exploits for his own music career’s benefit. Meanwhile, Kat tries to cut costs at the café in order to pay the rent that her new landlord is demanding.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Drew spends his entire vacation home sick with the flu. Milan prepares for her 19th birthday party, which will take place in Spain and feature many supermodels. Lewis and Oswald decide to apply for second jobs as airport security guards so that Oswald can afford his nursing school tuition. After Drew whines about never getting to travel anywhere, Milan invites him to her party. Oswald and Lewis get the jobs, and are extremely overzealous and incompetent (big surprise). Drew tries to cut in line and race through without undergoing a security check. He gets hauled off to a holding cell and misses his flight. The supervisor refuses to let him board another flight because he has been arrested so many times. Drew has Kate distract the supervisor by pretending to have lost a baby. He tricks Oswald and Lewis and runs past them to board the last flight to Spain. The plan has mechanical problems and lands in Greenland. He thinks his luck has changed when he meets a beautiful woman, b
Larry encourages Drew to lose weight before attending one of his singles mixers. Drew winds up giving up food altogether, but his crash diet has unintended side effects--he can't stop hallucinating about turkeys!
After learning that Gus's soccer team is in a league that has set things up to make sure that no one ever loses (to keep the kids from feeling bad), Drew tries to butt in, leading to disastrous results for his nephew. Lewis and Oswald make the mistake of getting involved with Kellie's cousin, who turns out to be a kleptomaniac.
Drew suggests that Winfred-Louder open a women's store. The board agrees, and Mr. Wick appoints Drew as manager of the new store. Mimi objects, but Wick appeases her by giving her Drew's old job and letting her abuse her power for personal gain. Drew is overwhelmed by the work required to get the store ready for opening, and cannot find any time to sleep. His behavior becomes increasingly erratic. He runs out of the new store site in a panic after the mannequins stage a revolt. Kate suggests that Mimi might be responsible for Drew's problems, but Drew points out that Mimi always brags about her pranks. Drew hears some parrots taunting him from the trees outside his house and throws firecrackers at them. He is apprehended by the police and placed in a sanitarium. The doctor agrees that Drew is not crazy, and that his behavior was the result of stress and sleep deprivation. However, he must be observed for 72 hours and will miss the opening. Mimi visits Drew and admits that sh