The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory (2007)

3 corrected entries in The Financial Permeability

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The Financial Permeability - S2-E14

Corrected entry: When using the whiteboard at the beginning, Raj writes "7:11" on the board with a red marker. Later on when Sheldon returns to the apartment with Red Vines, this has vanished from the whiteboard although nobody rubbed it out. (00:01:10)

Hamster Premium member

Correction: There is a red smudge where 7:11 was written. There was enough time for Sheldon to go out get Red Vines, so there was time for him to rub it off when on his own.

A Demon Premium member

The Financial Permeability - S2-E14

Corrected entry: When Leonard returns from talking with Penny, the guys are playing Talisman. Stat counters are randomly placed on the board, when they should always be associated with cards. Then Howard rolls "double sixes" - in Talisman you advance your character by rolling a single die. Raj then acquires a sword without rolling - only the character that rolled would have acquired an item without additional gameplay. (00:13:45)

Laura Hinton Dean

Correction: Fountain of Wisdom, Pool of Life, and Magic Stream all put stat counters on the board to be picked up by whomever passes by. A Horse allows one to roll two dice for movement, and Market Day or Acquisition would allow someone to acquire items out of turn.

Captain Defenestrator Premium member

The Financial Permeability - S2-E14

Corrected entry: In 'Pilot' (season 1, episode 1), Leonard and Sheldon attempt to sell their sperm for money to install a T1 line in their apartment, and in 'The Dumpling Paradox' (season 1, episode 7), Sheldon says to Leonard "Frankly, if I could afford the rent, I would ask you to leave". Yet in this episode he says to Penny, "My expenses account for 46.9% of my after-tax income". The only way that his expenses could account for less than half his income just over a year after these lines can only really be explained away if the university gave him a pay rise of over 100%, which is incredibly unlikely for many reasons.


Correction: There are so many possible situations that could explain all of this. Regarding his payrise, You said "unlikely" but that does not mean impossible. That aside, Sheldon could have changed his spending/expense habits. Personally, I did when I got a payrise, regardless of how much it was. Also Sheldon has also proven to us that he is capable of making sarcastic comments now and then whether he is aware he is doing it or not.


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