Jacqueline admitted that she tried to murder son-in-law, Leon Bauchum, spouse of Umeko.
She also admitted that she paid the hitman Luis Barker ,000 to murder Leon Bauchum.
The culprit: Leonard Hofstadter, who had been working on a classified rocket-fuel project for the government.
When he made a miscalculation of a batch of the fuel he had inside the apartment, Leonard tried to run the concoction outside via the elevator.
Through the seasons he’s made some happy holiday memories, though, like when Penny gave him Leonard Nimoy’s used napkin from the Cheesecake Factory in season two’s “The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis,” and when he and then-girlfriend Amy gave each other sweet gifts — homemade cookies from his grandma’s recipe for him, a personalized photo frame with a pic of Sheldon with Santa for her — in season eight’s “The Clean Room Infiltration.” Bazinga!
Broken Elevator The elevator in the apartment building where Sheldon, Leonard, and Penny live (2311 North Los Robles Avenue) has been out of order since before the series began.
Here’s our rundown of all the Theory-isms that continue to keep the CBS sitcom churning after all these years.
Amy’s Crush on Penny As the amount of affection she was getting from now-ex-boyfriend Sheldon increased, Amy’s crush on Penny cooled, but during the early seasons of the ladies’ friendship, Amy Farrah Fowler could not be less than subtle about her physical interest in Penny: She presented Penny with a painted portrait of the two of them, which Amy said had originally been a nude portrait; she drunkenly kissed Penny in season four’s “The Agreement Dissection,” and sang lyrics from Katy Perry’s “I Kissed a Girl”; and after Penny tried to explain Schrödinger’s Cat with a real-life example, Amy told her, “Homespun stories, knowledge of physics, and a bosom that defies it. ” Anti-Christmas Sheldon Cooper was initially a Grinch, hating on all things Christmas because his beloved Pop Pop died when he was 5, and Sheldon’s Christmas wish — to bring Pop Pop back — was denied.
Cinnamon She’s Raj’s Yorkshire terrier, given to him by Howard and Bernadette to help ease his loneliness.
Raj is in the habit of spoiling his “special lady,” taking her for walks in a pink baby stroller, cooking her dinners of veal and scampi, and even sharing his toothbrush with her.