Despite not being the most suspenseful (like Season 4's "The Roommate Transmogrification") or exciting (like "Monopolar") or even particularly happy finale (like last season's "The Countdown Reflection"), "The Bon Voyage Reaction" is an important episode in The Big Bang Theory's extensive canon, because while Leonard and Penny rather effortlessly managed to not break up for once, unfortunately, Raj and Lucy did. I'd say poor Raj, but it was pretty much his fault and even he realized that, in his eager-beaver drive to make Lucy better NOW, he inadvertently drove her away.Leonard snagged a sweet job working on a boat for (but not with) Stephen Hawking that would take him away for a few months, and Raj invited Lucy to the going-away party—which she very quickly shot down as the worst idea ever because OMG PEOPLE TOO MANY PEOPLE.
For instance, oo Voo's mobile app allows up to six callers to share a single video feed, and Fring allows group calls with as many as four people.
Just the act of formally ending things with Raj was a huge step outside Lucy's comfort zone.
I'm not entirely convinced we've seen the last of her, though.
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