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The Griffin Equivalency (2008)

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Raj is included in People magazine's "30 visionaries under 30 years to watch" list for his discovery of the trans-Neptunian object , sparking jealousy from his friends. Despite Leonard's comments that they need to be supportive, fame soon goes to Raj's head: he receives star treatment from Dr. Gablehauser , gets an assistant, and even invites Penny to People's reception. After the party, a very intoxicated Raj returns home with Penny, and via webcam introduces her to his parents as his girlfriend; the night ends with Penny leaving and denying being Raj's girlfriend, and with him feeling sick from drinking too much. The following morning, a sober and shy Raj tries to apologize to Penny for his behavior. Although Raj attempts to leave a written note, Penny ultimately forces him to utter a barely audible "Sorry", at which point she forgives him.

The episode includes a cameo appearance from Charlie Sheen; at Penny's restaurant Raj tells a patron that he is going to appear in People magazine, but the patron, Sheen, turns around and says "Yeah? Call me when you're on the cover."

Title reference: Sheldon wishing a griffin as his ideal pet, and considering a substitute for Raj as a friend.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "List of The Big Bang Theory episodes (season 2)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.