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The Excelsior Acquisition (2010)

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Sheldon misses his chance to meet comic book legend Stan Lee when he has to attend traffic court after receiving a traffic ticket because of Penny. The ticket originates from a traffic camera catching Sheldon running a red light in Penny's car when he was taking her to the hospital in The Adhesive Duck Deficiency. After insulting the judge, Sheldon is put in jail until he is ready to apologize, thus missing Stan Lee at the comic book store signing, where Howard and Leonard and Raj get to meet Stan Lee for signing their comic books. Afterwards, they all eat gelato with him. It is implied multiple times that Raj pissed Stan Lee off, because he was pestering him about every character in his comics having the same first and last initials . Later, Penny talks to Stuart to get Mr. Lee's address, and she and Sheldon show up there unannounced. Stan Lee then applies for a restraining order against Sheldon for entering his house. When Sheldon announces his "autographed" restraining order to the guys he comments it will look great hanging next to his restraining order from Leonard Nimoy.

Trivia: The judge's name is J. Kirby, a comic collaborator with Stan Lee.

Recurring characters: Kevin Sussman as Stuart

Title reference: Stan Lee's comic book signing event.


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