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  1. Dentist: "This is going to be painful." Patient: "I'm ready, Doc." Dentist: "For the last year, I've been having an affair with your wife."
  2. Also, I think single-camera shows aren't usually in front of a live audience, are they? I mean, who would want to sit and watch actors film the same scene seven or eight times when it doesn't even include bloopers.
  3. I dreamed I was forced to eat a giant marshmallow. When I woke up, my pillow was gone...
  4. What's the ideal weight of your mother-in-law? . . . . 3.5 pounds, counting the urn.
  5. Two guys, Jim and Steve, meet. Jim: "Hey Steve, I was at Peter's party last night, it was so awesome. And you won't believe it, these guys have a golden toilet." Steve: "I don't believe that. You'd have to show me." Jim: "Well, come on." Jim leads Steve to Peter's house. He knocks on the door and Peter's wife opens the door, looking darkly at Steve. Steve explains what why they were there. The wife just turns around and starts yelling. "Peter, here's the guy who took a crap into your trombone last night!"
  6. Moses had the first tablet that could connect to the cloud.
  7. The first computer dates back to Adam and Eve. It was an Apple with limited memory, just one byte. And then everything crashed.
  8. The more core cast a show has, the less the chances to bring it back years later with the same people. Will&Grace is easier, since it's four people, X-Files only needs two certain people (three if you count Skinner). The Connors, I presume, would have been more difficult if all the cast had great careers but to be fair, the only people from The Connors (or Roseanne before) cast who had wide ranging success after the show were Johnny Galecki and John Goodman. Never saw any of the kids in other roles (Sara Gilbert had the TBBT stint and then her talk show of course).
  9. And why do you do that? Because you know them from multiple things over decades. Not because of one role in one show. I think that was because he was typecast. So many people knew him as Mr Spock, and people wanted to keep seeing him as that. As far as I know, he was voicing his character in almost every Star Trek production. Another person who couldn't get away from his TV persona was George Takei. He said it best once on the Big Bang Theory when he was asked by Katee Sackhoff. Remember? "George, let me ask you something. How did you deal with being typecast as a science fiction icon?" "It's difficult. You try and stretch as an actor, Strindberg, O’Neill, but all they want is, Course laid in, Captain." I think that happened to Leonard Nimoy and he realized that, hence his return to "I am Spock" I think that happens to a lot of actors. Take Gillian Anderson for example. Few people might hear that name and know exactly who that is, but as soon as you say Agent Dana Scully, they know X-Files.
  10. You may have the wrong idea of what a legend is. Personally, I don't know Jim Parsons from any other role than Sheldon. That's called typecasting. Typecast actors often have trouble finding roles after the show they were on is over. Jim, of course, has his stage work to fall back to (which he enjoy's I guess)
  11. Interesting that the comment thread on an episode breaks down into a discussion about gravity 😄 Science bitch! 😄 😄 😄 My take on the episode. I thought it was funnier than some before, but I think that's mostly due to Zack's appearance. The guy can always make someone laugh, if only in exasperation about how one like him can even function. I read that some people didn't understand how Sheldon could even consider offering his services for other people's offspring but I think it's quite congruent with Sheldon's behavior: The reason may simply be jealousy. Sheldon learned that someone wanted Leonard for something because of his smarts. Sheldon, who sees himself as superior to Leonard in every way, can't stand that and so, wants his genetic material to be chosen.
  12. I don't even wanna know you 😮
  13. Chuck Norris gave the Earth a roundhouse kick. It's still spinning. Chuck Norris has counted to infinity... twice. Chuck Norris has a Grizzly Bear carpet. The Bear is still alive, it just doesn't dare to move. Why was Jesus nailed to the cross? Nobody walks across water when Chuck Norris is fishing. Chuck Norris ordered a Big Mac at Burger King. And got it!
  14. Why does his hand look so gigantic? ^^
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