‘The Big Bang Theory’ Spoilers: Season 7 Episode 16 ‘The Table Polarization’ Airs on Feb. 27, 2014, Amy and Sheldon Breaks Up? [WATCH VIDEO]

By Hannah Aven Guarin | 4 years ago


“The Big Bang Theory” (TBBT) Season 7 Episode 16 “The Table Polarization” will air on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. Will Amy and Sheldon finally break up? Read on to find out more about it including spoilers and a brief recap of the last episode.

Previously on the “The Big Bang Theory” (“The Locomotive Manipulation” Season 7 Episode 15 air date: Feb. 6, 2014), Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons), and Amy Farrah Fowler (Mayim Bialik) went out for dinner on Valentine’s Day, while Howard  Wolowitz (Simon Helberg  ) and Bernadette Rostenkowski (Melissa Rauch) went to a bed-and-breakfast in Napa Valley. Amy got jealous as she watched the affection between Bernadette and Howard. She then confronts Sheldon, and they had a fight. Sheldon threatened Amy that he will give her the romance that she wants. He then stared into Amy’s eyes and kissed her, sarcastically at first, but he ended up liking it in the end. Afterwards, Sheldon tells Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki) about his day involving a kiss with Amy, meeting a new friend and having the train conductor play banjo for him. Leonard presses Sheldon for more information about which one he liked the most among the three and Sheldon says he needs more data about it.

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According to TV.com, Leonard will buy a dining room table, causing Sheldon to think about the changes happening in his life. Meanwhile, Howard gets another chance to go back to space, but his wife Bernadette isn’t sure if she wants to support Howard or discourage him from doing so.

“The Big Bang Theory” Wiki also offered additional spoilers about TBBT Season 7 Episode 16 “The Table Polarization.”

While everyone is enjoying their dinner, Penny (Kaley Cuoco) arrives, and Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) offers her a seat. She points out that the roommates, Leonard and Sheldon, should get a dining table, an idea which Sheldon does not like. Later, Sheldon uses his laptop on the spot where it is suggested to put the table. He then engages in a fight with Leonard and says that it is his new spot.

In the furniture store, Penny tells Leonard that he should stand up against Sheldon.

Back in the apartment, Howard excitedly announces that he wants to go back in space. However, Bernadette is not happy about it as she thinks she is a bad wife. Raj tells her that she can sometimes be a kill joy.

Again, Sheldon argues about the table and tells Penny that he does not like the way she has changed Leonard. Penny fires back at Sheldon by pointing out that she does not like how being with Amy has changed him. After giving it a thought, Sheldon leaves and goes to Amy’s to end their relationship.

Penny gives Amy a head’s up about what has just happened. When Sheldon comes to break up with her, Amy agrees, but manipulates him to not break up anymore. Amy tells Sheldon that Leonard is controlling him. They both show up in the apartment, and Sheldon shares what Amy has told him. They are not going to split up after all! But, the idea of moving together baffles Sheldon.

Finally, the group is having dinner on the new dining table, except for Sheldon and Amy who are still eating in their respective spots. Everyone else returned in their old spots when Bernadette said that she felt sorry for Amy and Sheldon.

According to The Futon Critic, the guest stars for this episode are Christopher Neiman (Dr. Dreyfus), Carol Ann Susi (Mrs. Wolowitz O.S), Casey Sander (Mr. Rostenskowski) and Michael Massimino (Himself).

And that’s it for “The Big Bang Theory” spoilers about Season 7 Episode 16 “The Table Polarization.” It will air on Thursday night (8:00 p.m.), Feb. 27, 2014. Watch it on CBS. Stay tuned for more news about “The Big Bang Theory” including spoilers and episode recaps.


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