“The Big Bang Theory” Season 8, Episode 5 Clips, Photos, Synopsis: Trouble Focusing

On "The Big Bang Theory" season 8, episode 5 "The Focus Attenuation," the girls leave for a weekend in Vegas while the guys work on a special project.
On "The Big Bang Theory" season 8, episode 5 "The Focus Attenuation," the girls leave for a weekend in Vegas while the guys work on a special project.

New promotional material for The Big Bang Theory season 8, episode 5 “The Focus Attenuation” has been released, including hilarious clips and telling photos.

The girls have left for a weekend in Vegas while the guys take the opportunity to work on something innovative.

Check out the two new clips, below:

Plus, the new photos give us a bit more insight into what the six friends will be up to:

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

"The Big Bang Theory" Season 8, Episode 5 Photos, Clips: Trouble Focusing

The synopsis for “The Focus Attentuation” says:

“Amy and Bernadette accuse Penny of being a “buzzkill” after she gets an email from work during their Vegas weekend. Meanwhile, the guys try to invent something cool, but only come up with new ways to procrastinate, on THE BIG BANG THEORY…”

The Big Bang Theory season 8, episode 5 “The Focus Attentuation” will air on Monday, October 13 at 8PM EST on CBS.


What kind of trouble do you think the gang will get into on “The Big Bang Theory” season 8, episode 5 “The Focus Attenuation”?

Photos: Michael Yarish/Warner Bros.

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