As we move into The Big Bang Theory season 12 episode 5 airing on CBS in one week’s time, you better get ready for conflict. To be specific, you’re going to get a chance to see just how far Sheldon Cooper is willing to go for the sake of ensuring that he continues to have Amy work with him. We know that Sheldon can at times be a little bit selfish … but in this case, he’s being a lot selfish. Why would he hurt her own career for his own? Well, that’s a part of who he is, for better and for worse. He has his moments of progress, but then he also jumps backward until someone convinces him that it’s a bad move.
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Below, CarterMatt has The Big Bang Theory season 12 episode 5 synopsis for some more details regarding precisely what lies ahead:
“The Planetarium Collision” – When Amy doesn’t have time to work on super-asymmetry, Sheldon goes to great lengths to ensure she’s available to work with him even it if means accidentally sabotaging her career in the process. Also, Koothrappali doesn’t want Wolowitz to join him in hosting a show at the planetarium, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Thursday, Oct. 18 (8:00-8:31 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Emmy Award winner Bob Newhart returns as Arthur Jeffries.
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As this episode goes along, we’re hoping that there will be some opportunities to get a few different surprises, mostly via getting a chance to see Bob Newhart back for at least one more go. Arthur Jeffries a.k.a. Professor Proton is head and has been for quite some time. With that, he serves at this point almost as Sheldon’s spiritual adviser from beyond the grave.
What do you want to see when it comes to The Big Bang Theory season 12 episode 5, and are you glad to get at least one more appearance from Newhart? Share in the attached comments below right away. (Photo: CBS.)