Sheldon learns that his mother will not be attending his and Amy's wedding unless Sheldon invites his older brother, Georgie (who now prefers to be called George), which Sheldon had no intention of doing for all the years that George bullied him when they were growing up. In trying to contact George, Sheldon learns that George equally has no intention of attending. With his mother's attendance on the line, Sheldon, with Leonard tagging along for moral support, has no other option but to go to Dallas, where George lives and works as a tires salesman, to speak to him face-to-face about the issue. As a bystander in the matter, Leonard sees that the facts as told by Sheldon and George may be similar, but the perspective may be a little different. In seeing that difference in perspective, Leonard may find a way for the brothers to bridge the gap. Back in Pasadena, Howard and Bernadette's children have a direct effect on the outward attractiveness of the wedding, the specific issue ...
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While not appearing together in this episode Jerry O'Connell has previously worked with Wil Wheaton in "Stand by Me" (1986) as well as Laurie Metcalf in "Scream 2" See more
George Cooper Jr.
Leonard, you know how I got the money to open up my first store? I busted my ass for it, 'cause all the extra money that we had had to go to Sheldon so he could go to college and he could go study in Germany. And do you know what he's never said to me?
[seeing George's confusion
It's, uh, "thank you" in German.
George Cooper Jr.
Do you need me to sit on your head?
History of Everything (Instrumental version)
Written by Barenaked Ladies
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