Sheldon decides to end "Fun with Flags" on The Big Bang Theory Season 8 Episode 10. He films the last installment with Amy and has Levar Burton stop by as a guest.

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Sheldon and Amy film the last installment of "Fun with Flags" and showcase the highlights from their previous webisodes. He brings back special guest, Levar Burton, who only appears in order to get Sheldon to erase his phone number. When Sheldon gets a fan comment on the finale, he decides to continue the series.

Bernadette and Penny go to their company party where Bernadette finds out her co-workers are scared of her. She wants to quit her job, but Penny encourages her to be nice to people. The result is that Bernadette finds out the cost of being nice and isn't willing to pay it. She cries to get her way.

Leonard, Howard and Raj clean out the office of a deceased professor. It leads them to question whether they will leave a mark on the world or not. The professor left useless papers behind which worried them. They find a bottle of champagne the professor's mother gave him to celebrate. Fifty years and he never popped it open.

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On The Big Bang Theory Season 8 Episode 10, Sheldon ends up giving a tearful goodby to "Fun with Flags"


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The Big Bang Theory Season 8 Episode 10 Quotes

You know, I thought cleaning out a dead professor's office was gonna just be boring, but then I found his dentures and realized it's also gross.

Raj

Sheldon: Now, I'm sure you're thinking, "The final episode? Who will stand between us and flag ignorance""
Amy: I know I was thinking that. Is this a show on flags or mind reading?
Sheldon: But the truth is I can no longer balance a full-time career, a popular Internet show, and a girlfriend.
Amy: And he really does have one, you jerks on the comment board. So as they say, all good things must come to an end.