The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory (2007)

4 corrected entries in The Codpiece Topology

(6 votes)

The Codpiece Topology - S2-E2

Corrected entry: When Leonard and Leslie are talking about assuming a relationship, in the cafeteria, the angle of the straw sticking out of Leonard's soda can continually changes throughout the whole scene. (00:06:05)

Hamster Premium member

Correction: This is due to the multiple camera angles used in the scene. The straw doesn't change angle.

A Demon Premium member

The Codpiece Topology - S2-E2

Corrected entry: Sheldon's battery runs low during Leonard's date with Leslie so he gets an extension cord but leaves the door open. As he goes down the stairs the extension cord unwinds until he can't go any further and attempts to pull it. Then Leonard gets to shut the door easily like there is no extension cord plugged into the outlet and leading out of the apartment. (00:11:20)

Yesser Rabhi

Correction: Having just watched this the lead goes slack and under the door.

A Demon Premium member

The Codpiece Topology - S2-E2

Corrected entry: Sheldon says something about drinking red bull, but he doesn't drink coffee because it's a drug, so he would avoid red bull even more.

Feather

Correction: Sheldon said that he accidentally had a sip of Red Bull. It was an accident. He didn't do it on a purpose.

The Codpiece Topology - S2-E2

Corrected entry: Sheldon's battery runs low during Leonard's date with Leslie so he gets an extension cord but leaves the door open. As he goes down the stairs the extension cord unwinds until he can't go any further and attempts to pull it. When Leonard gets up to shut the door there is no extension cord plugged into the outlet or leading out of the apartment.

lizbeth1fl

Correction: When Leonard gets up to shut the door, the camera doesn't pan low enough to see the outlet or the floor so there's no way to tell if the cord is plugged in or not.

Guy

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