I love when The Big Bang Theory writers have Sheldon recite incredible scientific data. With that said, I am entirely thrilled that the viewing audience was spared from hearing him quote pi (3.14) to a thousand places. It’s easy to be enamored by Sheldon’s eidetic memory, but story lines that revolve around his lack of social skills are quite entertaining. Especially when he has no idea what he has done wrong.
Wolowitz’s little bro is coming to town on The Big Bang Theory.
It’s not every day that The Big Bang Theory creates a story line in which Sheldon and Amy hold hands to announce some significant news. The time is right for the love birds to take a step forward in their relationship. Break out the champagne and congratulate the happy couple—Sheldon and Amy are getting a turtle!
Leonard Nimoy never physically appeared on The Big Bang Theory, but his presence loomed large over the hit CBS series, which even featured that classic childhood game “Rock, Paper, Scissors… Lizard, Spock.”
Leave it to The Big Bang Theory to take a psychological love experiment that is sweeping all social media channels and turn it into an entire episode. Testing the love experiment hypothesis on Sheldon and Penny was a brilliant move. Well done, writers. You had me at Gary Con.
Most of us look forward to watching The Big Bang Theory for the nerdy conversations, blatant superhero love, science fiction shout-outs, and odd, yet ideal pairing of Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farrah Fowler. Once or twice each season, the writers purposely include a tender storyline that manages to wiggle its way right into the viewers’ hearts. In one moment, I find myself giggling at a perfectly written, and equally executed joke. In the next, I’m surprised by the sudden lump in my throat. This is why The Big Bang Theory has proven to be such a force in ratings.
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Scientists aren’t the only ones discovering things on The Big Bang Theory. Not only did Leonard figure out an interesting new take on his work with super fluids (like his fiancee, I didn’t really follow that train of thought), but Penny uncovers a few mysteries of her own involving Bernadette dressed in head-to-toe tulle, and Amy writing fan fiction about a beloved literary character. As with any new discovery, critical feedback can make you or break you. It’s best to grow a thick skin, and beware of the trolls!
Nathan Fillion is set to cameo as himself in an upcoming episode of The Big Bang Theory, EW has learned exclusively.
Three weeks ago, the geeky show we all know and love pressed pause on the “nerd” button and focused on friendship-bonding and basket-weaving. This week, The Big Bang Theory makes an about face, diving deep into the mysterious realms of dark matter. Sheldon plans to make a scientific breakthrough by the time Penny and Leonard return from dinner, thanks to his optimum working environment: perfect temperature tea, fleece-lined boxers, and a famous physicist’s head Photoshopped on an inspirational cat poster.
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