Sheldon and Amy will try to move on and consider dating other people in The Big Bang Theory's upcoming episode. Episode 5 is titled, The Perspiration Implementation, where Sheldon finds himself in an awkward situation when Barry Kripke asks his ex-girlfriend Amy, out.

The official synopsis for the episode reads as follows:

The guys take a fencing lesson from Barry Kripke and Sheldon finds himself in an awkward position when Kripke expresses interest in Amy. Also, when Stuart struggles to get female customers at the Comic Book Store, Penny, Amy and Bernadette come by to help him out, on The Big Bang Theory.

Leonard, Sheldon, Raj and Howard decide to take up fencing, and their colleague Kripke shows the guys a few introductory fencing moves. Meanwhile, Penny, Bernadatte and Amy are helping Stuart make his Comic Book store more female friendly.

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Sheldon, Leonard, Howard and Raj learning fencing from Barry Kripke CBS

According to a leaked report, Kripke learns about Sheldon's recent breakup and shows interest in asking Amy out which upsets Sheldon. Amy, who is also asked out by Stuart, turns both of them down. The boys urge Sheldon to move on, and he goes on to ask an attractive woman out, but she turns him down.

Amy and Sheldon meet awkwardly at the stairs where Amy tells him that she turned Kripke down. Sheldon also confesses that he has been asking other women out, which makes Amy "hurt and upset."

A new promo shows Penny taunting Leonard about not being sporty enough. Penny says: "You twisted your ankle while playing scrabble." The scene changes to the men learning fencing, with Kripke as their mentor, and the voice-over declares, "It's an episode that's really cutting edge."

The video shows everyone wearing white and wielding fencing swords. Sheldon asks, "Can I stab one of my friends?" and Kripke replies, "We don't call it a stab, we call it a touch." Sheldon, with his usual sense of humour, says if he wanted to touch one of his friends, he would be called into human resources.