Sheldon tells Penny that he and Leonard have lied to her. Leonard is not happy, and Sheldon does not understand.



Penny: What do you want?

Sheldon: Remember how Leonard told you we couldn’t come to your performance because we were attending a symposium on molecular positronium?

Penny: I remember symposium.

Sheldon: Yes, well, he lied.

Penny: Wait, what?

Sheldon: He lied, and I’m feeling very uncomfortable about it.

Penny: Well, imagine how I’m feeling.

Sheldon: Hungry? Tired? I’m sorry, this really isn’t my strong suit.

Scene: The living room.

Leonard: You told her I lied, why would you tell her I lied?

Sheldon: To help you.

Leonard: I’m sorry, I’m not seeing the help.

Sheldon: She was going to see through your lie eventually, so I told her that you were lying to protect me.

Leonard: Oh, I’m getting a bad feeling.

Sheldon: Hunger? Indigestion, I’m sorry I’m really not very good at this.



symposium = an occasion at which people who have great knowledge of a particular subject meet in order to discuss a matter of interest

positronium = a short-lived entity consisting of a positron and an electron bound together

strong suit = a particular skill or ability that a person or an organization has

indigestion = difficulty in digesting food, accompanied by abdominal pain

(definitions taken from the Cambridge and Collins Dictionary)


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