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The Cooper-Nowitzki Theorem (2008)

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After a lecture by Leonard and Sheldon, a graduate student named Ramona Nowitzki becomes obsessed with Sheldon, and insinuates herself into his life as a girlfriend/assistant. Ramona proves to be a helpful influence on Sheldon's work, but he becomes tired of her as she prohibits his recreational activities, and forces him to solely concentrate on his research. Eventually Sheldon realizes that he is in "some sort of relationship" with Ramona, and seeks help from Penny and Leonard to get rid of her, without success. Things come to a conclusion when Sheldon reaches a breakthrough in his scientific research, and Ramona suggests they share credit for his discovery. Naturally, Sheldon refuses to share credit, and subsequently kicks Ramona out. In the end, after reading a draft paper of the new theorem, another student approaches Sheldon in the same way Ramona did the first time. The episode ends with Leonard having a bad dream of Sheldon procreating by splitting in two after consuming too much Thai food.

Title reference: Ramona Nowitzki's suggested name for the theorem that Sheldon develops.

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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.