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The Codpiece Topology (2008)

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After the guys return from a Renaissance fair and see Penny with her new boyfriend, Eric , Leonard decides to once again pursue a relationship with fellow physicist Leslie Winkle . Thinking that she needs to "slow things down", Leslie agrees to date Leonard, repeatedly assuming the dominant role before conceding that Leonard should assume the "male role". With this new attitude, Leslie goes as far as evaluating Leonard's genetic defects, and talking about procreating children with him. Sheldon explains to Penny that he feels uncomfortable with Leonard dating his arch enemy, who is a "sloppy, arrogant, sub-par scientist". After Penny's advice, Sheldon formally approves the relationship between Leonard and Leslie. However, almost immediately, Leslie and Sheldon start an argument about the validity of loop quantum gravity, which Leslie supports, and string theory, which Sheldon supports. Leslie expects Leonard to back up her beliefs, but when Leonard prefers string theory, Leslie decides to dump him.

Recurring characters: Sara Gilbert as Leslie Winkle

Title reference: Sheldon stating that the Renaissance Fair was just an excuse to wear a codpiece.

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