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Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Comedy / Romance
Original Title: The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis
Director: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Chuck Lorre,Bill Prady
Released: 2007–2019
Duration: 21min
Video type: TV Episode
Sheldon is angry at Penny because she bought him a Christmas gift. Sheldon now feels he has to reciprocate and go through the trouble of buying something for someone he doesn't really understand, all at the same price of the gift he is about to receive. Meanwhile, David Underhill, last year's MacArthur grant award winner based on his work which has basically rendered Leonard's recent work meaningless, is a new addition to the Physics department at Cal Tech. Regardless, Leonard is enthralled to be working with Dave, who is not only good looking, but Leonard learns is a Renaissance man. Upon their meeting, Dave is attracted to Penny, and vice versa, and they decide to date. Penny even pretends to be a science geek to impress him. Leonard is angry at Penny's hypocrisy, since she was scared that Leonard was too smart for her to date. Penny, however, has some more important news about her relationship with Dave.
Episode complete credited cast:
Johnny Galecki Johnny Galecki - Leonard Hofstadter
Jim Parsons Jim Parsons - Sheldon Cooper
Kaley Cuoco Kaley Cuoco - Penny
Simon Helberg Simon Helberg - Howard Wolowitz
Kunal Nayyar Kunal Nayyar - Raj Koothrappali
Michael Trucco Michael Trucco - Dr. David Underhill
Michael Hyatt Michael Hyatt - Charlotte

The napkin really is signed by Leonard Nimoy. A photograph exists of Jim Parsons holding it up.

Sheldon (Jim Parsons) hugs Penny (Kaley Cuoco) for the first time despite his aversion to human contact.

Owing to his incompetence at riding David Underhill (Michael Trucco)'s motorcycle, Leonard tumbles off it and it falls on him, resulting in him limping for the rest of the episode. In fact, Johnny Galecki, who plays Leonard, is a keen motorcyclist and owns a Harley-Davidson.

The MacArthur Genius Grant is real. It is an annual prize awarded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to U.S. citizens typically to between 20 and 40 working in any field, who "show exceptional merit and promise for continued and enhanced creative work". There is no application process. The award is voted on by an anonymous committee and the recipient is notified via a phone call.

The fictional store at which Sheldon (Jim Parsons) buys Penny (Kaley Cuoco)'s gift is called Le Bain Quotidien {'The Daily Bath'), a pun on the phrase 'le pain quotidien' (daily bread).

This episode marks the first time that Penny (Kaley Cuoco) visits Caltech.

Leonard (Johnny Galecki) lays on the couch with his feet in Sheldon (Jim Parsons)'s spot, but Sheldon doesn't object.

The Diet Coke can on the lunch table in the first scene has been altered to read "Diet Cola".

In terms of intellectual superiority, David Underhill (Michael Trucco) would be to Leonard (Johnny Galecki) as Dennis Kim (Austin Lee) would be to Sheldon (Jim Parsons).

The title refers to the gifts that Sheldon (Jim Parsons) got Penny (Kaley Cuoco) not knowing the value of her gift. This is one of the few episodes in which the title is actually spoken within the dialogue.

Strangely, none of the guys seemed to know that Dave Underhill (Michael Trucco) was married; a fact that would have likely been known at least to some at the university, as Dave was a high-profile new arrival there.

Michael Trucco is a part of the Battlestar Galactica (2004) cast which is one of Sheldon (Jim Parsons)'s favorite shows.

Title Reference: The title refers to Sheldon (Jim Parsons)'s present and strategy for his Christmas present to Penny (Kaley Cuoco).

David Underhill (Michael Trucco) won the MacArthur Genius Grant in 2007.

In episode 1.9, Suure Paugu teooria: The Cooper-Hofstadter Polarization (2008), Penny (Kaley Cuoco) found Leonard (Johnny Galecki)'s replica of the Bottle City of Kandor in his closet while helping him pick out clothes. Superman keeps the bottled city safe in his Fortress of Solitude.

After David Underhill (Michael Trucco) and Penny (Kaley Cuoco) leave Leonard (Johnny Galecki) in the Caltech cafeteria, you can see the water bottle's brand name has been altered from "Fiji" to "Biji".

Sheldon (Jim Parsons)'s "know it all" topic this episode is about the history of the Christmas tree.

This is the first Christmas episode in the series; the others are episodes 3.11 Suure Paugu teooria: The Maternal Congruence (2009), 6.11 Suure Paugu teooria: The Santa Simulation (2012), 7.11 Suure Paugu teooria: The Cooper Extraction (2013), 8.11 Suure Paugu teooria: The Clean Room Infiltration (2014), and 10.12 Suure Paugu teooria: The Holiday Summation (2017),

This episode was watched by 11.42 million people with a rating of 4.1 (adults 18-49).

Dr. Gablehauser (Mark Harelik) is mentioned by David (Michael Trucco) but he does not appear.

First Christmas episode in the series.

Both Kaley Cuoco (Penny) and Michael Trucco (Dr. David Underhill) played parts in the tv series Charmed. Michael Trucco played a Darklighter named Alec in Season 1 and Kaley Cuoco played a Witch named Billie in Season 8.

At the end of the episode, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) comments "It's a Saturnalia miracle!" in response to Sheldon (Jim Parsons) hugging Penny (Kaley Cuoco). Saturnalia is an old Roman festival where, among other things, gifts were given, but also an overturning of Roman social norms were performed. The "overturning" of Sheldon's "social norm" of minimal physical contact with people is probably Leonard's meaning.

Sheldon (Jim Parsons) frequently brags about owning the napkin in future episodes, especially when Wil Wheaton is around.

Leonard (Johnny Galecki)'s rant about David Underhill (Michael Trucco) references Phineas Gage.