Wil Wheaton guest starred on last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory, but sadly the Star Trek alumn didn't make his appearance until the end of the episode. Luckily though, the episode was still a Sheldon-centric one making it entertaining.
Apparently Sheldon has decided Wil Wheaton is in his top ten list of enemies ever since he stood him up at a Star Trek convention and he couldn't pass on a chance to defeat him in a card game.
Meanwhile, Wolowitz made poor Leonard make good in a six year old pact to make Penny set him up with one of her friends. Their plotline was definitely far less entertaining than Raj and Sheldon's nerd fest, but still had a few chuckles and some smiles.
Overall the episode was entertaining and proving the show can take its remaining single nerds and still keep the show fresh. You can catch up on the full episode in our "The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary" recap.
Here are just some of our favorites of The Big Bang Theory quotes from the episode:
Sheldon: It might also interest you to know that Wil Wheaton currently ranks sixth on my all-time enemies list, right between director Joel Schumacher, who nearly destroyed the Batman movie franchise, and Billy Sparks, who lived down the street from me and put dog poop on the handles of my bicycle | permalink
Bernadette: Does your mother call you every day at work to see if you've had a healthy lunch?
Wolowitz: My mother calls me every day to see if I've had a healthy bowel movement | permalink
Wolowitz: Listen, you have to come to Shabbas dinner at my house sometime.
Wolowitz: A Catholic girl like you, wearing big cross like that, might just give my mother that big brain aneurysm I've been hoping for.
Bernadette: Only if you come to Sunday dinner at my house wearing a yamaka
Wolowitz: It's a date | permalink
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