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Kimberly Rose

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  1. I can't sense the characters' friendships anymore. There is always a fight going on and they're hardly ever all in one room. And would it kill them to leave the house?
  2. I had forgotten about this site. I'm baaaaack!

  3. 1.) Raj and Fez both say "Screw you, that's funny!" 2.) Bob and Howard both spill milk out of a pitcher during a magic trick. 3.) Howard puts a wig on a skeleton sitting in a rocker, while dreaming of his mother's demise. In Donna's Story, Red assumes Bob will be sitting in a rocker with a lady's wig on his head. 4.) Donna and Amy both write stories about themselves as medieval women, incorporating their boyfriends into the plots. (That's my favorite similarity!) 5.) They both dressed up as Justice League! 6.) In both shows, the word touche is used literally, during the conversation or event of fencing. 7.) Red wants to watch Bob Newhart on Carson!!! 8.) Kitty and Penny both drink Peppermint Schnops. 9.) Red and Sheldon both hate when people whistle. 10.) Kelso competes for a van, and the nerds of BBT compete for a ring. In both shows, the winner is the last one holding on. 11.) Raj eats Funions, too. 12.) Jackie tells Kelso to restore the balance of their relationship by kissing another girl. Leonard dreams Penny kisses Sheldon to restore the balance after he cheats on her during his North Sea expedition. (Not like the balance was out of whack; she was always loose.) 13.) Eric and Raj are both afraid of butterflies.
  4. Four more, just since last night. The Big Bang Theory has Stuart Bloom, whereas That '70s Show has Stew Bailey. There's a Mrs. Riley in both shows. Both shows include mention of at least two characters going to see a performance by Barry Manilow. And they both include a rude Santa. I'm not even trying anymore to find similarities; they're just all over the place. I don't even know if I mentioned this one, but Hyde and Amy both watch Little House On The Prairie, and Randall and Leonard both want candy and flowers from a girl.
  5. The worst thing about Leonard and Penny's relationship? We can't go three consecutive episodes without a fight. This show is supposed to be intellectually superior and they're Ross-Racheling the crap out of it. Okay, point made, all couples fight. Now getting back to what matters; will Sheldon ever say Bazinga again? How long has it been?

  6. At this point in time, Halley is only 7 months old. By the time her sibling is born, she'll just be one year. They're still very dependent at that age. They're babbling things like glurble and hooby.
  7. Two more! Sheldon uses a Red Vine to drink his Kool-Aid and Eric uses a Twizzler to drink his...whatever. Also, Sheldon breaks Leonard's transporter and Red breaks Eric's Evel Knievel.
  8. I heard that we are NEVER going to see Halley. And since we haven't yet, I don't think we will. Isn't that wrong? They say it's a tribute to Carol Ann Susi and her character Mrs. Wolowitz, but don't you think actually seeing her granddaughter would be a much better one? Howard could celebrate her life on her birthday each year, that would be a wonderful tribute; but I think making her granddaughter a ghost is rather disrespectful. I think they made her a cameo because Mrs. Wolowitz was a cameo, but there are better ways to pay respects. And I'm really hoping their second baby doesn't cry the same.
  9. Donna sprays Hyde and Jackie with a water bottle (Magic Bus) just like Sheldon does to Leonard (Gothowitz Deviation). And WOW! I already mentioned Leonard's cousin "Leo". Season 10, there's a Theodore! Just like in that episode of That '70s Show with the contractors, Leo and Theo. Also what kind of name is Theodore? It sounds like a Christmas elf.
  10. Donna and Amy both wear Catholic schoolgirl uniforms (although for very different reasons).
  11. In the episode I Can't Quit You Babe, Eric calls Hyde Yoko. Amy and Sheldon were referred to as Jon and Yoko (as well as Yoko and Yoko) in The Zazzy Substitution.
  12. I'm hurting no one; I'm not blowing things up, or stealing children. I'm doing this because I "see evidence." I'm doing this because it's fun. I've read all my books, played all my games, learned the piano. I'm just trying to pass the time. True. But that doesn't bother me as much as when the Harper brothers pretended to be a gay couple. I mean...they're brothers. Ick.
  13. Actually, I'm pretty sure Fez would have been uninvited especially if it involved sex. And Sheldon would have avoided that situation, just like he chose to. In any event, with the comment you quoted me on, I was comparing the similarity of the dialogue, not the situation.
  14. Okay, here's some more. Just like Penny, Midge went to community college. In the episode of That '70s Show called The First Date, this conversation takes place: Then I'm in. No, you're not invited, Fez. Then I'm out. Doesn't it sound familiar? Maybe because of this conversation that takes place in the episode The Love Spell Potential, this conversation happens: Another quest by Wolowitz; count me in! Sheldon, they're talking about sex. Oh, then I'm out.
  15. Pointing what out? I'm not hurting anyone; I'm playing a game. You should see me with a dictionary.
  16. Oh, and Chrissy and Howard both ride a Vespa! This is fun, but I can't watch either show now without looking for similarities.
  17. Hey, all! Good news, I found more similarities! Okay. In That '70s Show, Hyde's mom is portrayed by Katey Sagal, who appeared in Married With Children. They both appeared in 8 Simple Rules. And the similarities between those two shows? Check it out. In the episode "All I Want For Christmas", Paul speaks (instead of sings) "Fa-la-la-la-la". Leonard and Penny do the same thing in The Maternal Congruence. In the episode Rory's Got A Girlfriend, Bridget says she should wear glasses and put her hair up because now she's smart and hot. Leonard says Penny is smart and hot after she gets glasses and wears an updo in The Egg Salad Equivalency. In Anne Frank And Skeevy, Bridget does a production of Anne Frank; consistently mentioned by Penny. In Opposites Attract, Bridget dates a brown-haired nerd who wears glasses. And, um...Leonard, hello? And there is a Missy in both shows. Oh, and by the way, Penny squirts whipped cream into her mouth just like they do in That '70s Show. Stephanie Barnett shares the surname to Hyde's real father, William Barnett. But Hyde thought his real father was some guy named Bud, who shares the given name to the son on Married With Children. Okay, now listen to this. Remember when I said Charlie Sheen appeared on Big Bang? In The Vartabedian Conundrum Sheldon presses on one ear and squeals, thinking he has a tumor. In Two And A Half Men Charlie Sheen starred alongside Jon Cryer, who did the exact same thing after spending some time at a loud club.
  18. Actually, it's very remarkable. Between the two shows, my family and I have found a minimum of forty similarities. And here's another. Hyde was always going from place to place, looking for shelter. Just like Raj. Here's another one. Raj and Fez both considered marrying just so they wouldn't be deported.
  19. Neat! I just did some research and discovered a Ricky in That '70s Show, as well. He was in the episode Eric's Burger Job. Also in that episode, Hyde acts like Donna's therapist; just like Sheldon did to Leonard - and vice versa - in The Pants Alternative.
  20. Nice! Thanks for helping. Another similarity is that in both shows, the actors went to see Planet Of The Apes in theatres. Kelso: Those apes were good actors!
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