‘The Big Bang Theory’ Season 10 Episode 19 ‘The Collaboration Fluctuation’: Raj Might Crawl Back To His Dad
'The Big Bang Theory' Season 10 Episode 19 'The Collaboration Fluctuation' is the latest episode in the CBS comedy series. This episode will feature rich boy Raj slowly adjusting to his life in Penny and Leonard's apartment. CBS has released a synopsis for episode 19 and said that Dr. Koothrapali and the Hofstaders will adjust to living together and Sheldon will take interest in his girlfriend's work. But will Raj hold on?
Before 'The Big Bang Theory' Season 10 Episode 19 'The Collaboration Fluctuation,' Raj was quite hesitant to live with Penny and Leonard and was missing his well-off life. He made up his mind not to come back to his father and to plead for his allowance but it looks like he might not last long. In the latest episode, he is said to be adjusting to his life with the Hofstaders, Spoilers Guide reported.
Aside from his new living conditions, Rajesh also needs to adjust to his new lifestyle since Sheldon, his financial adviser, said that he cannot afford most of his luxuries. There were even rumors that Raj might quit his work in Caltech to look for a better job. Raj might plead to his father to send him his allowance soon and this could happen in 'The Big Bang Theory' Season 10 Episode 19 'The Collaboration Fluctuation.'
Meanwhile, Leslie Moonves said that fans of 'The Big Bang Theory' could expect a spinoff very soon, Variety reported. The CBS CEO said that "Little Sheldon" is definitely in the works and it would be a series about the life and struggles of Sheldon Cooper as a young boy. Moonves further described the spinoff as a terrific script for Steven Molaro. There is no word yet if 'The Big Bang Theory' Season 10 Episode 19 'The Collaboration Fluctuation' could be one of the final episodes of the show as the CEO did not talk about renewing the series.
'The Big Bang Theory' Season 10 Episode 19 'The Collaboration Fluctuation' airs on March 30, 8 p.m. ET on CBS. The show will go on a break to make way for the NCAA Tournament.