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The Shiksa Indeterminacy''' (2008)

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The guys see an attractive woman in Sheldon's office, and they become even more surprised when Sheldon introduces her as his fraternal twin sister, Missy . After meeting her, Raj decides to take part in a drug trial to cure his inability to talk to women, and Leonard insists she stay with them at the apartment. Naturally, the men instantly try to hit on her, causing Penny to come to her rescue.

Later, Leonard convinces Sheldon to be protective of Missy, so he can have a chance at her over Howard and Raj; however, much to Leonard's chagrin, Sheldon deems all three unsuitable to be with his sister. Upon learning about Sheldon's plan to find a suitable mate for her, Missy confronts her brother, and Sheldon agrees to let Missy date whoever she wants. Leonard wins first chance to ask Missy out, but she turns him down; Howard tries next, but she turns him down as well; finally, Raj goes to talk to Missy, and it appears that she's been waiting eagerly for him, but at that precise moment the drug wears off and he is unable to speak to her, forcing him to leave defeated.

Title reference: Howard saying he'd kill his rabbi with a pork chop to be with Missy, who wasn't Jewish .

Note: This episode was originally aired as "The Shiksa Indeterminacy", but CBS now refers to this episode as "The Pork Chop Indeterminacy" on its website.


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