'The Big Bang Theory': Almost perfect


After a few weeks of deviating from the norm, "The Big Bang Theory" is back to where it should be, and we couldn't be happier. [Spoiler Alert]Sheldon (Jim Parsons) is required by the university to take a vacation. To no surprise, the workaholic isn't terribly interested in taking any time off, mostly because he's emotionally and intellectually capable of processing such an activity. So he decides to spend the week working alongside Amy (Mayim Bialik) at her biology lab. "It's going to be romantic" she says, comparing their situation to Marie and Pierre Curie."Way to kill the mood," Sheldon responds.While in the lab, Amy hands Sheldon the most mundane of tasks. Being the genius that he is, Sheldon is resentful of this. He ultimately acts completely inappropriate (in a Sheldon kind of way), which draws Amy's ire and some of his own blood.In a well-fashioned subplot, Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) is getting pressure from her father...



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