‘The Big Bang Theory’ Season 7 Ep. 10 Preview: Meet Sheldon, the Tall, Thin and Famous Superstar [VIDEO]

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By Anshu Shrivastava | December 3, 2013 7:12 PM EST

The episode ten of "The Big Bang Theory" Season 7 is called "The Discovery Dissipation," In the episode, Sheldon will be seen dealing with his new found fame. He had discovered an element by mistake and that has put him on the podium of the famous.

In the preview video, one can hear Penny saying to Sheldon: "You're tall, thin and famous. Oh My God! I'm jealous of Sheldon." Sheldon does not want to be some trained monkey dancing for coins. It seems Dr Siebert, president of Caltech, wants Sheldon to be the poster boy to get funds for Caltech. Leonard thinks that Sheldon cannot be the trained monkey as people love trained monkeys.

The episode is likely to show Sheldon in a miserable state because of his new superstar status. Leonard will come as a saviour, telling Sheldon that his discovered element does not exist and he disproves it. Since it does not exist, all the attention that Sheldon is getting, and which he seems to hate to the core, is going to vanish, according to Leonard in the preview.

It looks like Leonard is in for a shock because his disproval makes Sheldon a very mad Sheldon. In the preview clip, one can hear him accusing Leonard of robbing his biggest achievement.

 "Leonard and Amy help Sheldon cope with the shame he's feeling after his accidental contribution to science is disproved. Meanwhile, Raj must stay with Howard and Bernadette for a week," according to the official synopsis of "The Big Bang Theory" Season 7 Episode 10, "The Discovery Dissipation."

In the episode Ira Flatow of NPR will appear as himself. He will interview Sheldon and Leonard. Also, Will Wheaton will reprise his role and is expected to help Sheldon deal with his new found fame.

Raj will try wearing the garb of a relationship guru in the upcoming episode.

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