Have your say on tonight's episode! Posted November 3, 2008

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Steve United States, 03:09 Nov 4 2008.
Okay, this episode rocked. I didn't enjoy the last two nearly as much as this one. Sheldon was funny as always, but I particularly enjoyed Penny and Leslie in this one. Hard to pick out a best line, but I laughed out loud when Penny reacted to the pedicure thing with a shudder and 'Holy crap on a cracker ...'

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