The episode 19 of "The Big Bang Theory" Season 7 is titled, "The Indecision Amalgamation." The episode features Sheldon's indecisiveness when it comes to buying a video game system. Penny gets an offer to star in the sequel of "Serial Apeist," again. Amy's friend, Emily, agrees to go on a date with Raj. Also, Raj receives Lucy's email. Wil Wheaton returns to do a cameo in this episode.
According to the spoilers of "The Indecision Amalgamation" leaked online, Sheldon is unable to decide whether he should buy XBOX 1 or PS4, as he believes he did not pick a good video game system in the past. Amy is set to go crazy because of Sheldon's dilemma.
Meanwhile, Penny also finds herself in a fix. The spoiler suggests that she has again been offered a role in the sequel of "Serial Apeist." Penny's character has to wear huge monkey hands and wrestle with a bikini wearing Orangutan. Penny seeks Wil Wheaton for career guidance. Wheaton, however, is unable to help, as he remembers his own struggling period and becomes depressed. According to the spoiler of the episode, Penny accepts the role, and to her shock, she discovers that Wheaton is the bikini wearing Orangutan.
In "The Indecision Amalgamation," Raj gets a second chance, as Emily accepts his offer to go on a date. This simple date scenario gets twisted when Raj receives Lucy's email. The spoiler states that Lucy wants to see him again. Raj also lands in the indecisive zone, wondering if he can date two girls at the same time. Emily, however, does not have a problem with that, but she does not want to know the details. According to the spoilers, Raj believes that he dating two girls at the same time is the best aspect about him.
It is break time again for "The Big Bang Theory" Season 7, as "The Indecision Amalgamation" is scheduled to air on April 03, 2014. The good news is that CBS has renewed "The Big Bang Theory" for three more seasons. In a press release, Nina Tassler, chairman of CBS Entertainment, has said, "The Big Bang Theory is the biggest comedy force on television."