Kev0821

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  1. I've been hooked since the pilot and that big reveal at the end! It's such a well-written, well-crafted series and the cast is phenomenal! They all have such amazing chemistry that they feel like a real family. It's going to be a long wait until the second season premiere!
  2. No matter how it is received, I bet they'll let it run for whatever number of episodes they order. If I'm not mistaken, it is to air behind Big Bang, so it will get decent sampling and the ratings should be relatively high. Whether or not it comes back the following season is another story. However, if it is somehow tied to contract negotiations, it may last a few seasons. At this point, everything's just speculation. We'll have to wait and actually see what happens. For some reason, I have this preconceived notion that CBS will have promos with adult and young Sheldon high-fiving...
  3. This was such a funny scene from "The Fuzzy Boots Corollary." Too bad many stations cut it in syndication... Thank goodness for DVDs/Blu-rays/digital media.
  4. I just saw this, too. Is he warming up for tonight?! I read bits and pieces of the discussion about what was on Bri Cuoco's IG.
  5. While I understand that they want to keep the sets resembling their former selves, I can't help but wonder why the Batman cookie jar is still in 4A. After all, that was a gift given to Sheldon from Leonard in "The Bat Jar Conjecture." Penny's coffee maker was moved to 4A, so it's not like there isn't room for the cookie jar to set on Shamy's kitchen counter.
  6. With the parent series all but officially renewed for 2 more seasons, I really thought that this prequel would disappear. I mean, I saw it as a bargaining chip for contract negotiations, as a way to continue to cash-in on the established brand. Do we need this series? No. Am I really hoping that the pieces don't come together and something ultimately stymies it going to series? Absolutely! I know that sounds pretty harsh having not actually seen an episode of the proposed series. It's not that I have anything against the actors they have chosen... Rather, I'm more worried about preserving TBBT's legacy. Could the new series be a hit? Maybe... However, the more likely scenario is that it crashes and burns. If Little Sheldon is short-lived, it's not like it will be remembered by the masses 10 years from now, while TBBT will live on in syndication, as well as on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital media. Still, we, the passionate fans, will remember it as the sad attempt it was to make a few extra bucks. I'm trying to stay neutral for now, but it's growing ever more difficult to hide my disdain.
  7. Right, it could undergo several title changes, before hitting the airwaves. That's what I meant by "working" title. Needless to say, I hope that's not what they decide.
  8. I'm not sure if this has been posted elsewhere already or not, but we now have a working title... Little Sheldon. Am I the only one that finds it a little cringe-worthy? http://www.tvguide.com/news/the-big-bang-theory-renewal-prequel-pickup/?ftag=TVG_Facebook
  9. While I agree that this may be an unlikely scenario, I think it could help from a comedic standpoint. That is, Leonard and Penny living with Raj has the potential for some funny moments. However, when Raj spent a week with Howard and Bernadette, his presence created issues for the couple. I think Leonard, Penny, and Raj would get along fairly well for a short while. But, I think the reversal of having to create a new roommate agreement could prove interesting, if Shamy and Raj were "forced" to live together. (If an engagement occurs this season, Raj the party-planner is already there to help.) Regardless, as many people mentioned in the forums, it was kind of out of nowhere that Sheldon was able to just pick-up and leave 4A, being a creature of habit. Yes, he has shown growth. Still, the writers could pull a fast one and say that Sheldon hasn't been happy in Penny's place, not because of living with Amy, but due to the space itself. As for the redecorating, they could always return with completely furnished apartments at the start of season 11, with no need to show the actual move. Friends had Monica, Rachel, Joey, and Chandler switch apartments, only to eventually switch them back. People move in and out of places. It happens. I also agree that Lenny shouldn't just jump to whatever Sheldon suggests. However, the writers could have Leonard and Penny acknowledge their relationship milestones in 4B and willingly want to live there, as well. Then, whenever they're ready, the writers could have Raj move into an apartment above 4A/4B, like the one Alicia took in season 2. Even with all of this speculation, only time will tell what the writers have up their sleeves.
  10. With Raj moving in with Leonard and Penny, I've been wondering where the writers are taking us as we move ever closer to the season finale. I thought an interesting idea would be for Raj and Lenny to co-habitate for awhile, but at the end of the season, Sheldon somehow comes to the realization that he wants 4A back. Then, maybe a light-hearted fight ensues, and Lenny oblige with the understanding that Sheldon can't kick Raj out. Ultimately, Shamy are the ones living with Raj in 4A, while Lenny moves into Penny's old place. Thoughts?
  11. Wasn't the original casting call description for a 12-year-old Sheldon? So, are they making him a little younger? Here's an interesting little piece about ideas of who could play his father: http://www.tvguide.com/news/the-big-bang-theory-spin-off-sheldon-dad/?ftag=TVG_Facebook Chris Klein would be an interesting choice. However, I'm still not sold on the idea of a prequel.
  12. Yeah, I chose my words poorly. I remembered this roommate... However, I was referring to past roommates, i.e. at universities, study abroad experiences, etc. We don't really know these details.
  13. @Itwasdestined, I agree with Denyy. My dad and I both went to the first taping in August, and had phones with us for the reasons you described. They kept making a big deal out of getting rid of phones prior to going in, but when I spoke with an Audiences Unlimited attendee, they said that it wasn't a problem. Rather, they just wanted to deter as many people as possible. Security took both my dad's and my cell phones, and held them in a clear pouch with my driver's license inside. I think you'll be fine, too. I hope you're able to go!!!
  14. I think it depends on whether or not the writers give us a character to care about. I mean, I really liked Emily Sweeney, but that ship has sailed. If they devote some time to get Raj into a relationship that feels organic, I'd like to see him end up with that person. Otherwise, I'd like to see him happy with himself, at least. As others have stated, other series have ended without one of the main characters in a relationship.