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Sheldon Can’t Pick A Wedding Date For One Ver-Sheldon Reason

By Brock Swinson | Monday Monday Staff -    2017-10-16

Sheldon Cooper Can’t Pick A Date

The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS
The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS

In the most recent episode of The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon Cooper faces a few problems. In the beginning, he can’t pick a wedding date. His solution, however, is just for everyone to save 80 dates until he decides.

Sheldon continues to go back and work on the problem, but he can’t get anywhere. Unfortunately, every date on the calendar is either too close to a holiday (Flag Day) or too close to a celebrity birthday (the third Dr. Who).

This leads to a question of conscience for Sheldon Cooper.

The “Whatev” Laid-Back Sheldon Takes Over…

The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS
The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS

At night, Amy notices that Sheldon is murmuring in his sleep. Instead of trying to solve complex problems, the Dream Sheldon is just trying to live a carefree life. He even tells Amy “Whatev…” when they run out of Apple Jacks.

Amy brings this to Sheldon’s attention, so he tries to embrace the new lifestyle. For Sheldon, this means purchasing a pair of sandals. Unfortunately, things go downhill when he changes up his routine for the day.

Sandals mean sunscreen and sunscreen mean slipperiness…

“I Got Flip-Flops…” Said Sheldon Cooper

The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS
The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS

Sheldon Cooper arrives with a foot wrapped in a shirt and another in his messenger bag. He’s also covered in dirt, and his hair is disheveled. Before Amy turns around, all he can say is, “I got flip-flops…”

The sunscreen caused one of his new sandals to fall down a sewer grate. “Normally, I would have walked away, but this is a new, laid-back me…” said Sheldon Cooper. He reached down and touched something furry, which he’s telling himself was a “damp toupee…”

Unfortunately, this isn’t the end of the story. After the toupee licked his hand, he hopped away and fashioned a shoe from his tee shirt on a bus bench. His non-waterproof shoe then stepped in “warm apple juice,” but it gets worse.

Sheldon Cooper continues to tell himself less harmful versions of the story. Finally, his other flip-flop left when he stepped on a “melted candy bar…” Despite his many misfortunes, the good news is that he’s now letting Amy plan the wedding.

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Brock Swinson

Brock Swinson is the author of 'How Hollywood Screenwriters Annihilate Writer's Block,' which includes advice from Aaron Sorkin, William Monahan, and Cary Fukunaga. Get it for free or listen to interviews at the "Creative Principles with Brock Swinson" podcast on the website above.

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