Episode 2.17 Overview Posted March 9, 2009

Episode 2.17 Overview

Episode 2.17, "The Terminator Decoupling" with guest stars Summer Glau & Dr. George Smoot, has just aired.

The vanity card for the episode will be posted to Chuck Lorre's official website, ChuckLorre.com.

You can share your thoughts on the episode in our forums, our Episode Guide or in the comments box below. You can add your favorite quotes from the episode to our Quotes database.

There is another new episode next week, titled "The Work Song Nanocluster", before a rerun on March 23rd. New episodes will continue on March 30th.

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