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CBS Announces Episode 6.03 Posted September 27, 2012

CBS Announces Episode 6.03

CBS has announced the third episode of The Big Bang Theory's new season, "The Higgs Boson Observation", which will air Thursday, October 11. Margo Harshman guest stars as Alex, Sheldon's new assistant, in the episode.

The Higgs Boson Observation - Amy feels threatened when Sheldon hires a young female assistant, and the pressure of being in space takes its toll on Wolowitz, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Thursday, Oct. 11 (8:00 - 8:31 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

You can find more information about the episode in our Episode Guide.

More about the episode

The Higgs Boson Observation
Season 6, Episode 3 - Aired October 11, 2012

Amy has feelings of jealousy when Sheldon hires a young female assistant, though it seems Penny is the one who should be concerned. Meanwhile, Howard's time aboard the International Space Station is beginning to take its toll.

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