has used its own, distinctive slanguage in headlines and stories, words like ankle, which refers to someone leaving (say, walking away from) a job, or whammo, which refers to something terrific, especially box office performance.
In part it was a device to fit long words into small headlines, but it was also to create a clubby feel among the paper’s entertainment industry readers.
Sheldon does admit that retro-reflector left by Neil Armstrong on the moon that they are using could qualify as a shiny object. Sheldon tells everyone that Zack is a man for Penny. It's the only definitive proof that there are man-made objects on the moon place there by a species that only 60 years before had just invented the airplane.” Zack doesn't know what species Leonard is talking about. Penny and Zack depart with Penny having been embarrassed by Zack.
Leonard goes to Penny’s apartment and finds her with Zack, her date, wonders how you can bounce stuff on the moon if there's no gravity up there. They fire the laser and get a return 2.5 seconds later and the guys are excited. Back in Apartment 4A, Howard suggests getting Leonard an online dating profile.
— assistant director; “Alan Smithee’s career began as the a.d.The guys are up on the apartment roof performing a lunar ranging experiment.While Raj is using the telescope after he's done watching "The Good Wife" on someone's TV, Leonard thinks Penny would like to be up here to see what they are doing. Zack is afraid that when the laser hits the moon, the laser will blow it up.on Warners’ ‘Gypsy.’ ” above the line — Industry term: Industry term for movies and TV budgets.The line refers to money budgeted for creative talent, such as actors, writers, directors, and producers. ad-pub — relating to the advertising and publicity department of a motion picture studio; “Alan Smithee has been elevated to ad-pub VP at Paramount.” ADG — Art Directors Guild.