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[S8E3] The First Pitch Insufficiency !!LINK!!

Howard's fear that he'll embarrass himself throwing the first pitch is warranted. There has been plenty of evidence that athleticism is not a strong suit for these boys (and no Sheldon, Quidditch does not count). Luckily, he has a supporting wife and best friend willing to help him practice.

[S8E3] The First Pitch Insufficiency

The scenes at the gym were brilliant. Howard's funny little dance as he winds up to take his first pitch and Bernadette screaming at him had me laughing out loud. I hope Bernadette's high pitch bossy scream never gets old. Howard's reaction to just how far sixty feet is made me really feel for him. He has a major feat ahead of him!

Howard has been asked by NASA to throw out the first pitch at a Los Angeles Angels baseball game, but can he? Sheldon, Amy, Penny and Leonard get into an argument over which couple has the best relationship.

At Leonard's place Howard is practicing throwing a baseball virtually in front of the TV. Raj is throwing insults at him because heckling is a "beloved part of baseball", to which Sheldon agrees. The Los Angeles Angels wanted an astronaut to throw out the first pitch for Space Day. NASA asked him because a lot of others weren't available. Penny congratulates him and suggests that he is the athlete of the group. Sheldon objects that all the guys are on the third place Griffith Park Quidditch (the Harry Potter game) team (Raj- Seeker, Leonard- Beater, Howard- Chaser, Sheldon- Water boy). Penny quips that watching her boyfriend run around with a broomstick between his legs is something one doesn't forget. Raj is throwing insults at Howard again, ruining his throw and hurting his feelings. Leonard tells Penny that this is why they're not playing outside like she told them to.

When Wolowitz is asked by NASA to throw the first pitch at a Los Angeles Angels Game, he worries about embarrassing himself. Meanwhile, Sheldon claims that he and Amy are the "superior couple" to Leonard and Penny.

Howard is asked to throw out the first pitch at a baseball game for the LA Angels of Anaheim, as an astronaut, to celebrate Space Day. Despite practicing, he cannot reach home plate. At the game Howard decides to use a prototype of the Mars rover to deliver the ball, but the Rover moves so slowly across the grass to deliver the ball that Howard is booed by the crowd and his friends in the stands. Earlier Leonard and Penny double date with Sheldon and Amy at a pub, and are baffled when Sheldon says the Shamy relationship is the stronger of the two, because they scored an 8.2 out of 10 on a scientific test used to measure a couple's compatibility. Leonard wants to take the test, but Penny refuses, worried that she and Leonard have nothing in common even though they are engaged. Leonard admits he shares this fear, but says it only strengthens his resolve that they can face it together. Penny is overwhelmed by Leonard's commitment, while Amy wishes Sheldon would say romantic things like that to her. Sheldon tells her that she should trust him that she is already happy because of their test score.

An argument erupts between Leonard, Penny, Sheldon and Amy as they decide which couple has the best relationship. Meanwhile, Howard is invited by NASA to throw out the first pitch in a baseball game, despite his total ineptitude to be able to throw a ball.

Meanwhile, NASA has asked Howard to throw out a ceremonial first pitch at a baseball game. After practicing on a Nintendo Wii and with an actual ball in a gym with Bernadette and Raj, Howard realizes he's no good at pitching: he can throw the ball in the very general direction of where he wants it to go. 041b061a72


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