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1010 'The Property Division Collision' Press Release Posted November 29, 2016

1010 'The Property Division Collision' Press Release

CBS has released the synopsis for the next episode of The Big Bang Theory, "The Property Division Collision", which airs this Thursday, December 1. Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future) guest stars in the episode.

The Property Division Collision – Sheldon and Leonard try to divvy up their shared belongings, but can’t agree on anything. Also, Koothrappali and Stuart fight to be the most helpful during Bernadette’s final weeks of pregnancy, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Thursday, Dec. 1 (8:00-8:31 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Christopher Lloyd guest stars as Theodore.

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The Property Division Collision
Season 10, Episode 10 - Aired December 1, 2016

Sheldon and Leonard end up in a bitter tit-for-tat fight when they try to divvy up their mutual belongings from Apartment 4A. Meanwhile, Raj and Stuart compete to be the most helpful to Bernadette in her final weeks of pregnancy.

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