- 2009-04-02 01:04:08 GMT
- Info Hash: FC1381C4C887BF45288E182DAAA5542367812E96
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A train trip to San Francisco takes a major detour when Leonard, Sheldon, Wolowitz, and Raj discover that their favorite sci-fi actress in all the land (Summer Glau) is on board. But the fanboy frenzy quickly gives way to a heated mass debate when they realize one of them will have to approach her. They took the train because the vote was 3 to 1 for flying, with Sheldon the one vote for the train. While Wolowitz tries to think of a clever opening line for Summer, Raj starts talking to her after drinking what he later discovered was non-alcoholic beer. When he discovers this, of course, he quits talking. Wolowitz then takes over and creeps Summer out. Leonard eventually gets his chance, but Summer gets off the train before he can introduce himself. In a subplot, Sheldon needs Penny to find his flash drive so she can email him a paper he wants to show Professor George Smoot (as himself) in San Francisco. Leonard asks Sheldon why he can't just e-mail the paper when he returns, and Sheldon replies that he "wants to see [Smoot's] face light up when he reads it." Sheldon initally responds with hostility to Leonard's suggestion that Penny should retrieve the flash drive, reminding Leonard that "no one goes into my room". Sheldon relents, however, and spends most of the episode giving Penny meticulous instructions as to how to enter his room (of course, stipulating that he is granting her access for this one time only). The instructions lead to a Japanese puzzle box containing the flash drive. Sheldon attempts to give Penny instructions as how to open the box, but she instead throws it on the floor and smashes it open. After all of this effort, Smoot wasn't impressed with Sheldon's paper, asking him "Dr. Cooper, are you on crack?"