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[S6E7] Night Of The Tarantula

The judges seemed a little hard on you right from the start, even though your tattoo of the ship and the tarantula were great. Was it hard to bounce back from their critiques when you knew you did a good job?

[S6E7] Night of the Tarantula

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Leonard starts to discuss with Sheldon, what it means to not freak out about the DVD. Don't fixate on it, don't wake him up in the middle of the night, don't nag him while he's on the toilet. Talking to Leonard while he is on the toilet is not a picnic for Sheldon either. They can hear each other. Also, he completely disregards how uncomfortable unresolved issues are to Sheldon. He describes it as an itch in his brain that he can't scratch. Leonard had a similar experience when he had a cast on his arm and had to stick a coat hanger down to scratch his itches. Leonard suggests that he stick a coat hanger in his ear. Sheldon replies that he wouldn't make jokes if he could feel the way he does. Then he agrees to not pester him about the DVD if he will wear the sweater until the matter is resolved with nothing underneath it. Leonard thinks it's stupid and doesn't understand why. Leonard has said that the sweater is itchy and uncomfortable; Sheldon feels the same way about unresolved issues. Sheldon wants them to share the experience and Leonard mistakenly agrees. Leonard tells him that if the sweater makes him shut up, he'll make a fortune selling them to everyone he knows. He puts on the sweater and heads down to return the DVD. Then Sheldon claims that the video store went out of business years ago as the sweater starts to bother Leonard so he scratches. Sheldon wonders how Leonard's nipples are feeling.

Over at Penny's apartment Leonard continues to scratch himself while wearing the sweater. Leonard is searching the Internet for a stupid relative of the stupid store owner so he can look at the expression of Sheldon's stupid face. Leonard is practically in tears as Penny tells him to just take it off. For Leonard it's the principle of the thing. Penny is shocked when Leonard shows her his rash. She wants to know if it's made of bees. Penny pleads with him to take it off, but Leonard doesn't want Sheldon to win. Penny reminds him that every night he doesn't kill him in his sleep, he wins. Leonard explains that he is almost done and just has to dispose of the DVD. And wait for someone his complexion to get a skin graft. Penny then takes his picture so he can send it to Princeton UniversityPrinceton and get his money back.

This tale centers on high schooler Daisuke, who is at a training camp with his baseball team. One night, his teammates mention a traumatic event from his childhood: falling into a pit toilet and being stalked by a strange figure. That night, Daisuke remembers that moment while he uses the bathroom and starts feeling unsettled, as

Sebastian Stoddard is an Anime Features writer for Collider. He also writes video game reviews for Popzara, where he enjoys being able to try out tons of great (and not so great) titles. When he's not writing (which isn't often), he can be found playing D&D, reading and researching, making and taking quizzes online, and watching documentaries about whales and dolphins. He also may or may not be thirty tarantulas disguised as a human boy...but that's classified information.

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