1115 - The Novelization Correlation Aired February 1, 2018
Sheldon is disappointed when he appeals to Wil Wheaton to appear on the new Professor Proton show, only for Wil to choose Amy instead. Meanwhile, Leonard is writing a novel and manages to upset Penny, who thinks a character is based on her.
Director: Mark Cendrowski
Viewers: 14.69 million Households Rating: 9.5/16 Adults 18-49 Rating: 2.9/12
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- The title refers to Leonard's novel and the resemblance between its characters and his friends.
Wil Wheaton: Hello, Sheldon. I suppose you've come here to tell me that you've moved me to your super secret enemies list.
Sheldon: I don't have a super secret enemies list. I'm not a Bond villain. I'm just a regular guy, with a regular enemies list.
Amy: So, you're just gonna sit here by yourself and do nothing?
Sheldon: Of course not. I'm going to write mean comments about Wil's show online.
Amy: Well, you can't criticize something you haven't seen.
Sheldon: I'm sorry, are you familiar with the Internet?
Amy: I thought we were having dinner at Leonard and Penny's.
Sheldon: Oh, no. No, they're watching the new Professor Proton. I can't keep Wil Wheaton off the Internet, but I can keep him off my retinas.
Raj: I don't know which Hemsworth is playing Logan Dean, but I know it's a Hemsworth.
Leonard: Well, Logan's actually based on me.
Raj: So a young Paul Giamatti.
Sheldon: Oh, Amy. Good, you're here.
Amy: Hi. What's up?
Sheldon: How would you like to be on television?
Amy: Is it gonna be a news story where I have to say you were quiet and kept to yourself and I'm as shocked as anyone?