Amy and Sheldon have to go through their annual state of the relationship summit.
Penny and Leonard exchange Valentine's gifts.
Amy and Sheldon have an unexpected Valentine's Day.
Wilbert Rawlins, director of the O. Perry Walker H.S. Marching Band, patiently helps a student learn to play a trumpet part. Ear plugs not included.
Before Zoey Deutch visited the show, her mother, Lea Thompson, gave her a rather unique warning about her boobs.
He is a huge fan of cartoons and movies, but will.i.am doesn't want to see a screening of his film, "Rio 2." He's got a good reason why.
After Lyndsey breaks up with Alan, Jeff unknowingly offers him advice on how to get her back.
When Alan discovers that Lyndsey is single again, he attempts to convince her to be his girlfriend.
Walden attempts to impresses Jenny and her girlfriend with his newly acquired handyman skills.
Alan and Jeff have an awkward encounter when they both show up at Lyndsey's house in the hopes of proposing to her.
Walden tries to be more macho after learning that he is not a "man's man."
Last night, Arsenio made a special cameo appearance on one of Leno's last shows. He took a moment to acknowledge Jay on his final night.
Both Sherlock and Watson's cases come head to head.
Don Felder and Lenny Castro were joined by The Posse to play "You Don't Have Me."
Highlights from Dave's monologue for February 7, 2014.
Ms. Lauryn Hill closes our week long tribute to The Beatles with a cover of "Something."
CNET editor Tim Stevens and San Francisco district attorney George Gascon join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the possibility of equipping cell phones with a “kill switch” - something that can make a stolen phone inoperable, and of no value to a thief.
CBSNews**** Executive Washington Editor Steve Chaggaris talks with RealClearPolitics Political Reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns about the parties’ strategies for the 2014 midterm elections.