Claire is a screenwriter and bartender who isn't afraid to tell you what is on her mind. She was a love interest of Rajesh Koothrappali during the ninth season. Claire first appears in " The Meemaw Materialization ". She meets Raj and Howard for the first time at the comic book store , overhearing them discussing the critically-acclaimed animation film Frozen. She agrees with Howard that the film get's more credit than it deserves she said it was crap , contrary to Raj's positive view on the film. After introducing each other, Claire tells them she is writing for a children's science fiction movie script and wants to collaborate with Rajesh Koothrappali , due to him being an astrophysicist and competent in science fiction.
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