1012 - The Holiday Summation
Aired January 5, 2017

The Holiday Summation

Sheldon and Amy visit Leonard and Penny for the first time since the holidays and share details about their terrible trip to Texas.

Guest Stars: Kevin Sussman as Stuart, Laurie Metcalf as Mary Cooper, Pamela Adlon as Halley (O.S.)

Writers: Steven Molaro (Story), Eric Kaplan (Story), Tara Hernandez (Story), Steve Holland (Teleplay), Maria Ferrari (Teleplay), Jeremy Howe (Teleplay)

Director: Mark Cendrowski

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Quotes (13)

Sheldon: Amy and I are living together in sin, like a couple of New Yorkers. Now, while you scold us, I'm going to get a knife and a fork. Joe may be sloppy, but Sheldon's not.

Amy: You know, there's a chance she might be okay with it.
Sheldon: Eh, I don't know. I am her precious little boy. And you did take my flower.

Sheldon: It was fine, other than the weird-tasting juice Amy gave me. I slept the whole way.

Sheldon: Oh, good Lord! Is that mistletoe? Don't you maniacs own a calendar?

Sheldon: Oh, you know. The Lone Star state. That should be its Yelp rating.

News Stories

Title Date Posted
1012 'The Holiday Summation' Press Release December 20, 2016

CBS has issued the press release for the next episode of The Big Bang Theory, "The Holiday Summation", which airs Thursday, January 5. Laurie Metcalf reprises her role as Sheldon's mother, Mary Cooper.  Full story

Comments (1)

Annette Ketner United States, 18:15 Jan 12 2017.
I LOVE this program. The comedy is hilarious; the science is real; and the characters are all lovably perfect. Cameos have featured some of today's top leaders in science, comedy and technology. Perfect program, completely enjoyable. (I'm in my 7th decade and this makes me laugh like a 5-year-old!)

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