1006 - The Fetal Kick Catalyst
Aired October 27, 2016

The Fetal Kick Catalyst

Penny is surprised to learn she has fans of her performance in "Serial Ape-ist" when she attends Van Nuys Comic Con with Leonard. Also, Amy hosts a Sheldon-style brunch at Penny's apartment and Wolowitz makes an impulsive purchase when he starts stressing out about the baby on the way.

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Guest Stars: Kevin Sussman as Stuart, Brian Posehn as Bert, Michelle Arthur as Mrs. Petrescu, Joshua Banday as Nolan, Bryan Safi as Daniel, Tucker Albrizzi as Christopher, Jareb Dauplaise as Jeff

Writers: Steve Holland (Story), Tara Hernandez (Story), Jeremy Howe (Story), Steven Molaro (Teleplay), Saladin K. Patterson (Teleplay), Anthony Del Broccolo (Teleplay)

Director: Mark Cendrowski

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Episode Notes

  • The title refers to Howard's impulsive purchases after he feels his and Bernadette's baby kick for the first time.

Quotes (7)

Sheldon: Is it a party? And if so, what kind of party? Is it a cocktail party? A Tupperware party? Ooh, yeah, is it a surprise party? Oh, I hope it's not a West Coast party, 'cause according to the man on the radio, a West Coast party don't stop.

Leonard: You'll have nerds fawning all over you. If you don't love that, this marriage is in trouble.

Howard: Look at you. Willy Wonka would roll you to the juicing room.

Sheldon: Do you know what else I love about you?
Stuart: Hmm?
Sheldon: Your handwriting is impeccable!
Stuart: Thank you for noticing!
Sheldon: No, I mean it. I mean it. It's like you have the soul of a label maker.

Raj: I've been babysitting him way longer than you have.

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1006 'The Fetal Kick Catalyst' Press Release October 21, 2016

CBS has issued the press release for the next episode of The Big Bang Theory, "The Fetal Kick Catalyst", which marks the show's return to Thursday nights. The episode airs next Thursday, October 27 at 8/7c. Brian Posehn reprises his role as Amy's colleague, Bert, in the episode.  Full story