The Sarcasm Sign
00:00 - 02:52
2m 52s

Sheldon and Leonard broke into Penny's apartment last night to clean it in order to alleviate Sheldon's insomnia. Leonard's not happy and uses sarcasm with Sheldon, who doesn't detect it well. When Penny confronts them about their actions, she uses sarcasm, and Leonard helps Sheldon identify her use of sarcasm. This clip can be used to facilitate discussion regarding how authors use sarcasm in literature.

This clip contains profanity at the following moments: 01:00 - 01:02 , 01:07 - 01:09 , 01:54 - 01:58


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