You Can Now Read Leonard’s Hilarious Drunk Email To Dean Word For Word


Leonard Hofstadter Not Having A Good Day…

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Leonard Hofstadter got in some trouble in the most recent episode of The Big Bang Theory. First, he blew a radio interview that was meant to get more money for the Physics department. He essentially revealed, “Physics is dead.”

As if that wasn’t enough, he also drug down Sheldon, Raj, and Howard with him. When Penny got the boys together to cheer one another up, they ended up all sulking in Amy and Sheldon’s apartment.

Then, there was the email…

Shalom From The Grave…

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It seemed like everything after the group visited their favorite physicist and decided the job was about the love of physics and not a return on investment. Unfortunately, they realized this while drunk and tried to relay that message to the Dean.

Leonard Hofstadter wrote:

“Hello, Shalom, and Aloha from the grave of Richard Feynman,

Please accept the following retraction:

I know I said Physics is dead, but it is the opposite of dead. If anything, it is undead, like a zombie. Speaking of which, if Richard Feynman came back as a zombie, I would totally let him bite me.”

“I got bit by a school once. I had to get rabies shots. I cried so much. My mother said ‘Don’t be a baby.’

In conclusion, Physics is great. Squirrels suck and someday I’m going to put my mom in a cheap nursing home.

Yours truly, XOXO
Dr. Leonard Hofstadter

P.S. Can you come pick us up? The Uber driver won’t open the door because Sheldon is covered in blue vomit.”

Leonard Hofstadter Night Of Romulan Ale

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Despite their good intentions, the email is both hilarious and embarrassing for Leonard Hofstadter. It’s not his day. What’s worse is that the final line proves that he wrote it from the graveyard rather than at home.

If that Uber driver had just let Sheldon in the car, Leonard might have had the chance to sleep off that Ramulan ale and word that retraction a little better. Regardless, hopefully, he’s on the right path to get his job back.

What do you think of this hilarious email from Leonard Hofstadter?