Big Bang Theory: What happened to Amy’s apartment after it flooded?

In the 4th episode of season 10 of The Big Bang Theory, Amy Farrah Fowler, played by Mayim Bialik, told her friends that her apartment had flooded and that she would be staying with them for “five weeks.” So, she moved in with her boyfriend, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons), which led to Penny (Kaley Cuoco) and Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki) also moving in together. She never went back to the apartment, though, leaving many CBS viewers to wonder what happened.

Penny joked that this meant she hadn’t lost anything important, and then they talked about what had happened. Amy said she never found out why the pipe broke, but Leonard already knew the scientific answer. He said, “Pinholes and corrosion can happen in buildings made of copper and galvanized steel because ions in water can move around.” Penny and Amy didn’t understand what he was saying, so he added, “You can’t have your head stuck in a toilet as much as I did and not learn a few things about plumbing.”

As soon as they figured out what caused the flood, they started talking about where Amy would stay. But in the seventh episode of the same season, Amy’s apartment was once again ready to live in. Bernadette told Penny and Leonard the news. “It’s been ready for weeks,” she said. They finished the work early, but she has been telling Sheldon that they are behind schedule.”

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Leonard and Penny were shocked when they found out that Amy had been lying to her boyfriend. Penny chose to keep up with Amy’s lie, but Leonard told Sheldon the truth. Amy then said to him that her apartment had been ready for two weeks. But she had liked living with him so much that she hadn’t moved out yet. Amy’s lie didn’t bother Sheldon, who said, “Despite recent events. I still think our experiment in living together was a success.”

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