“The Big Bang Theory” S10 E8: ‘The Brain Bowl Incubation’ Sheldon Seduces Amy to Have a Baby

By Staff Writer | Nov 07, 2016 02:50 AM EST
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"The Big Bang Theory" season 10 episode 8 is rumored to be one of the most interesting episodes yet in the current season. Entitled 'The Brain Bowl Incubation,' Sheldon Cooper will try to seduce Amy Farrah Fowler in order to have a baby. Fans of the Shamy love team will surely have a lot to speculate about as this is only the second time the two will have coitus. Meanwhile, Raj's love life will be on focus this week as he tries to hide what she does for a living.

The International Business Times has posted the plot of 'The Brain Bowl Incubation' and the report said that Sheldon and Amy will combine their genes in a lab experiment. The result will be a success leading Sheldon into thinking that they should make a baby for real. In a teaser video for the next episode, Sheldon told Amy after the successful experiment to: "lock that door, lower those underpants a little and let's make a baby."

Of course, this move will send Amy to the moon but not until she realizes that she is not ready to be a mom yet. However, Sheldon will stop at nothing to impregnate his girlfriend. He even dresses up as a Casanova to charm Amy. She comes home to her apartment with flowers and candles and Sheldon ready to seduce her. He shows off his dancing skills but the unimpressed Amy walks out.  

Fandom also reported on what will happen on 'The Brain Bow Incubation' and said that Raj will find himself on a tight spot. In the episode, Raj's love life will finally be in the spotlight; he will start dating again but is ashamed of what she does for a living. His date merely works as a cleaning service. Will Raj's embarrassment about the real identity of his new date prevent him from finding true love? This will be revealed in TBBT's next episode.

"The Big Bang Theory" season 10 episode 8 'The Brain Bowl Incubation' will air on November 10 on CBS.

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