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(set 11 days ago)
Location: N of citrus, S of decent corn
18,402 posts, read 22,077,238 times
Originally Posted by imagess
I second aussiekiwi99's opinion.
Now there are more Sheldon-Penny chemistry than anything else ...
I, somehow, don't find the amy farrah fowler character amusing ...
what character do you like less in the Big Bang Theory ?
I must disagree. I find Amy Farrah Fowler the best part of the show. She must have a blast playing that character. She's in the same vein as Lillith on Cheers, and Dr. Brennen on Bones...sexless, but will they melt?? Too funny.
Also, I am not a big Sheldon fan. I think Steve Carrell got robbed at the Emmys.
I loved the way Bernadette told those rude little brats to behave. It was hilarious. The entire show was very funny. Amy Farah Fowler going crazy over the tiara just had me laughing out loud. This season opener was one of the best.
That episode was great, partly because Bernadette is usually sweet and her behavior was unexpected (to me anyway), also Amy's reaction to the
tiara was priceless...love that show....
Sheldon Cooper is like my niece's husband, He can be up to his chest in water and going down and STILL argue that it is dry In fact when I really get peeved with him I call him Sheldon!! BTW LOVE the show!!!
In a somewhat related topic, I heard that Sara Gilbert had a role on Big Bang for awhile. I never saw any of the episodes they did together, which is a shame because if I had known I would have watched. I really enjoyed seeing her act with Johnny Galecki in Roseanne and was wondering how the two were together in this show.
The episodes with sara on them were good. I hope she's a recurring character. I didnt make the connection with roseanne till that episode. Our little tv stars are all grown up now!
Originally Posted by Mark S.
The show is still funny, but it is definitely in a rut. It happens to lots of shows. How I Met Your Mother is another example: the characters have stopped growing and are just saying the same jokes in the same situations over and over and over again.
They either need to let the characters grow and evolve, or end it before it's just sad.
I've been home working, so caught a big bang marathon. I love this show more than ever! On the other hand, im tired of how i met your mother. The movie they ripped this off from settled the matter in a couple of hours. Enough! And the barney character is cliche, old, and forced. (what can we expect from a gay man playing a lothario? No criticism of the preference, just turns the character into a caricature and it's starting to grate. I turn down the sound when he's on. Kind of like Sheldon throwing ice in the blender to drown out fighting...)
Originally Posted by no kudzu
My son recently got his PhD in theoretical physics and he never watches TV but I told him about this show and he loves it. The stereotypical physicist cracks him up and he says he sees some correlations to his peers but of course not all physicists are like Sheldon.
The thing son likes about it are the real equations and problems on the dry erase boards. Sometimes they make jokes only scientists would understand and sometimes there are funny physics jokes on the boards. Obviously the show has some real physicists on staff. Husband is an engineer and whole family loves the "engineers are dumb 2nd class people" jokes Sheldon makes about poor Howard.
"There I was reading a thread and poof it was gone."
(set 9 days ago)
Location: Sale Creek, TN
2,430 posts, read 1,722,298 times
Just recently started watching and now hooked.
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