The Bat Jar Conjecture episode (#13 of the first season) of the Big Bang Theory will be shown again on Wednesday, October 10th – the Physics Bowl Competition episode. That’s when the gang kicks Sheldon off their team because he’s being a big pain. Sheldon then makes up a team of his own and plays against his own friends.
And what was the breaking point that lead to Sheldon’s dismissal? Sheldon insisted the team be named the Army Ants. Yup, they’d all be standing there with a big AA on their shirts. No matter what the gang said, Sheldon insisted that no one would think of Alcoholics Anonymous. Instead they’d think of Anodized Aluminum. Wouldn’t you?
So the gang’s team, minus Sheldon is in competition against Sheldon’s AA Team. But they’re really playing against only Sheldon who hogs the buzzer to answer all of the questions. I won’t go into any more details in case you haven’t seen this episode of the Big Bang Theory, but it’s another show that I’d watch over and over. I’m a big fan.
Thankfully, I’ve never been in competition with any of my close friends, but when you’re a blogger, there’s always competition for writing opportunities, working with brands and being chosen for events, etc. The way I handle it is to do the best I can and know that there’s chances to be chosen for other things that come along my path.
See how the gang and Sheldon handle their competition on the Bat Jar Conjecture episode. Did you know that the Big Bang Theory is on 5 nights a week?
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