1016 - The Allowance Evaporation
Aired February 16, 2017
Sheldon and Amy have their first fight since moving in together and Koothrappali is shocked at the realities of financial independence when he stops receiving support from his father.
Director: Mark Cendrowski
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- The title refers to Raj's father cutting his allowance.
Bert: I met her on G-Harmony. That's a Web site for geologists to find love.
Amy: That's a real thing?
Bert: Yeah. Their slogan is "We're all about dating and not the carbon-14 kind".
Amy: What is this?
Sheldon: I'm mapping basic topics of conversation and with whom they can be discussed.
I call these circles "Zones of Privacy". Don't Google that unless you want to see pictures of people's genitals.
Dr. Koothrappali: You're an adult who can't get by without an allowance from his parents.
Women don't want that.
Raj: What are you saying, that you're giving up on me? What kind of father gives up on his son?
Dr. Koothrappali: I have six children, five of whom are married and self-sufficient. I don't think I'm the problem.
Bert: Well, I really envy your relationship. Other than you two only having sex once a year, you're the perfect couple.
Amy: Actually, we met online. Our first date was at a coffee shop.
Sheldon: Although, unlike your date, she actually showed up.
Oh, he looks sad again.
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|1016 'The Allowance Evaporation' Press Release||February 13, 2017|
CBS has released the synopsis for the next episode of The Big Bang Theory, "The Allowance Evaporation", which airs this Thursday, February 16. Brian Posehn reprises his role as Bert, the geologist, while Brian George returns as Raj's father. Full story