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  1. I think if they were going to be a special it would be a while in the future, especially if you wanna see Amy's pregnancy, if you got another season it would probably be penny's pregnancy you see 🤷🏻‍♀️

  2. On 2/14/2020 at 10:15 AM, Rose said:

    Thank you so much!

    Those episodes have really good examples. 

    I will keep looking for more examples and if anyone knows of any other episodes which really encapsulate the issue of gender inequality for women in STEM that would definitely be very helpful. 

    I am also looking for some examples regarding this issue or a similar issue under the gender inequality branch in the TV show; Bones so if anyone has seen that series and can think of some examples from there that would be amazing. Otherwise, I can just focus on Big Bang theory theory. 

    Thank you!

    I'm not sure if this is what your thinking of but in season 8 episode 7 I believe it is Bernadette gets an award as one of the '50th sexiest female scientists' and Amy seems quite taken a back by it all. She argues some valid points and it certainly is a good episode about equality in science especially.

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    On 12/2/2019 at 5:49 PM, chucky said:

    Since I never watch Young Sheldon, as I prefer the original Sheldon. Be that as it may, I see them confused. Compared to Lenny and Howardette's kids, they will be bound to the Parent/Children agreement and will have no fun whatsoever.  :hi:

    I think Sheldon understands how hard life can be without allowing himself to have so much fun and obliging by so many things, I also think that Amy wouldnt allow Sheldon to make their life so strict they won't have fun and not alot of friends because of how hard we are told her life was before meeting the group. In one of the episodes Sheldon and Amy do a sample that is exposed to different things where aparently the sample is 'smart’, so that suggests the child is going to be smart. I think Amy would fight for their children to have a possibly less demanding and strict contract and probably use the same excuse Bernie used a few times to get her way.

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  4. On 12/17/2019 at 11:08 AM, Linaelecteur said:

    I just watched the last episonde of The Big Bang Theory and it's amazing! I cried so hard it was the most beautiful thing I've ever seen! The Big Bang may be the the number 1 comedy but it's far more than that! It's the most pure, beautiful and heartwarming love story anyone has ever known, it's about the most simple and true way anyone can love and it's about how the smallest things can have such a huge impact on peoples lives and make them turn out amazing it's not just a tv show it's a life lesson and the best story I have ever known. 

    Thank you so much, because that, is the explanation for how the universe works.

    It did start with The Big Bang... 

    That is one of the most truthful things I've ever read, and the show is just like it. The show allows people to express them for who they are because of the effect it has had on our society at the moment. I've seen it many times and one thing I have always said is the show is so honest and I think definitely discusses many things in life. It presents life as honestly as possible, so many shows have made life try to look as perfect as possible. I think that's why it is/was so popular, it actually gives younger viewers a bit of a sense of how life could be and how you have to work to get certain things. 

    I've loved the show for so many years and I've seen it nearly 6 times because of it. I was devastated when I heard it was finishing and cry every time I watch the finale. It's had such an impact on so many people throughout its 12 years and I think it will have an impact for many years to come.

    Still so upset it's done never know how to react when such an incredible thing ends...

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  5. I was rewatching the show and in this episode and I realised a few lines:

    Raj says that he made a fan fic and Bernie asks if it's about a super hero who finds her voice through stand up. Raj then says that that is much better as his was just about a Jewish girl who flies.

    Is it only me who thinks that it may be referencing to Mayim Bialik's book (Girling up) as on the cover she is dressed as a superhero? I think it could be as Mayim's book came out in may 2017 and this episode came out in February 2018.

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  6. I just recently rewatched the whole of The Big Bang Theory for the 4th time I think now, and it still baffles me how Mayim Bialik manages to hold it together in the marriage scene, especially when if you have seen her video on Instagram after meeting Mark Hamill and since we have been told by her previously that she is a huge geek/nerd and loves Star Wars... My reaction would be the exact same as Howard's. It just really makes you realise how much of an amazing actress she is.

  7. I'm fairly new to the site and wish I had known of it before to be honest, but I had a thought that i cannot seem to get out of my head. If Sheldon has such an IQ he is classed as a genius then why did he not go to MENSA, especially since the US National Office is in Arlington,Texas. Does anybody have any information to why he didn't go or even if it mentions it at all?

  8. 13 hours ago, Tensor said:

    The other problem is that there is a fifth floor, referenced in at least two episodes.  The labels should have read 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D through 5D

    I think they may have forgotten about the smaller inconsistencies with the building etc. as the show developed. In the later seasons I cannot see any scenes where you can see the details on the mail boxes so I don't think their is any way of truly finding out unless you tried challenging the set creators or possibly producers of when the show ran.

  9. I think Sheldon also brings the group together in a way, if it wasn't for him I don't think Leonard, Raj and Howard would be as close as they were in the show. Sheldon causes arguments but when he does we see that the group bonds yet again. I think it also emphasise how much they have changed as a group as well, as in the show we know that Sheldon is a focus point but we then see how he slowly starts to help the group with his eidetic memory and his smarts. This is shown in The Bitcoin Entanglement as even though they didn't get the bitcoin they did have to rely on Sheldon's eidetic memory.

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  10. In season 8 episode 23 of The Big Bang Theory we are told that Mary (Sheldon's mother) 'asked God' to give her a child that's smarter then their father when she was pregnant with Sheldon and Missy (His twin). However, in season 2 of Young Sheldon Meemaw tells Missy that her mother wasn't always religious and had turned to God when Missy was born because of 'complications'. Therefore we are given two explanations about how Mary became the religious person we have all grown to love. Does anybody know the real reason behind Mary's religious beliefs and why she really did turn to God as all I can figure out is that she wasn't always religious and that it more than likely has something to do with Sheldon and Missy.

  11. Have you ever considered that their could be mailboxes specifically for packages? Just a thought as I am now seriously intrigued by this. Also, we are actually told that even though Sheldon and Leonard's apartment is 4A actually their is only 3 flights of stairs, they also say that it goes: ground floor, 2,3,4. So this means that with only two on each floor their would only be 8 apartments meaning it would makes sense to have two mailboxes per apartment. This conclusion would make sense to me but would appreciate some other opinions.

    However on closer inspection in season 1 episode 10: The Loobenfield Deficiency , the opening scene is Sheldon and Leonard in the hall. Leonard collects some mail and if you pause it at the right time you can actually see that the mailboxes say 1A,1B,1C,1D, this goes from floors 1-4. So this does actually tell us that their is 4 on each floor and 4 floors so their for there is 16 apartments but some how have 4 on each floor they just do not show it and the architecture of the whole building is flawed...

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  12. I recently re-watched The Big Bang Theory and noticed to find a little inconsistency in one of Sheldon's comments, we are told that Sheldon and Leonard meet in 2003. However, we are then told that Sheldon went to watch Star Trek: Nemesis with him (he did not enjoy it), the inconsistency here is that actually Star Trek : Nemesis came out in 2002. I am not trying to show a plot hole I just noticed it and thought it could be an interesting topic, I love The Big Bang theory and always will.

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  13. I think it is quite upsetting that we don't meet Lisa, i read a comment about how we don't meet Bernadettes siblings and only one of Raj's siblings. However, I think that because we met her brother at her re-do wedding we should have met Lisa, this leads me to think that they could have possible had a falling out and Penny didn't want her at her wedding.

  14. I agree what your saying but I would have been interested in if they explored Sheldon and Penny's relationship further. I do not see any of the forced relationships as i do not think their could have been many, we hear a lot later on (as jokes of course) about how Leonard  'wore Penny down'. I think that this proves to us that their was not any forced relationships within the early seasons and I personally believe that the relationships were explored well throughout all 12 seasons and ( too quote Sheldon) go together with a satisfying click.

  15. On ‎8‎/‎3‎/‎2019 at 9:01 PM, Tensor said:

    Funny, I didn't see any forced couples in the early seasons.   There were foundations for certain couples, but I didn't see any of that being forced.  Neither did the actors, at least from their comments about the progression being natural.  Now, if you didn't like the couples that came out of how it was written, then, yeah, I can see how someone might think there was an agenda.  

    I don't think we can forget that it is hard for them to set the foundations for couples when Amy and Bernadette didn't become season regulars till season 3 and we only meet Anu in the final season. I think the thing that stands out f0r me is how the characters evolve as individuals throughout the 12 seasons, when their are with their significant others and when simply with their friends. For example, Amy was quite 'robotic' and 'literal' when we first meet her in the season 2 finale and throughout the 3rd season but in later seasons she has learnt from Penny and Bernadette but it seems quite a lot she has learnt from her own experiences.

  16. On ‎9‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 4:46 PM, Nevaeh Dibrof said:

    The pilot episode is dated 1989, and the flashback episode of TBBT where Leonard first met Sheldon is dated 2003.  If "Young Sheldon" achieves longevity, I wonder if the writers will incorporate their friendship into the finale?  Although, 14 years is a rarity, and "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" still maintains that throne since 1966.  On top of that, Sheldon was nine years old in 1989, making him 23 in 2003, and coming-of-age sitcoms typically do not chronicle the lead character's life beyond childhood ("The Wonder Years," "Everybody Hates Chris," to name a few").  But, despite my doubts, I hope the writers will make an exception with "Young Sheldon."

    If we do get to see this full circle their could possibly be an issue with is as we are told they meet in 2003 but then in an episode of The Big Bang Theory Sheldon complains about waiting in line for Star Trek nemesis which came out in 2002.This could possibly course an issue with the full circle if it was to occur.

    However I would love to see how the young Sheldon we love evolves to become the Sheldon we had first fallen in love with. l also I think it could be a possible issue with George Sr's death as I think he is a large part of the show at the moment.

    I like the idea of a possible encounter and the finale of Season 2 melted my heart, getting an insight into all the characters we have loved over the past 12 years as children is incredible. Maybe Young Sheldon could be the start of the path to finding out how the other beloved characters were as young children. It would be interesting to see the castings for the parents of them all.

  17. I was just thinking of the many films/shows that I have seen that have starred a member of The Big Bang Theory cast an wondered I anyone had any suggestions of what to watch. If anybody would like a film to watch their is one staring and produced by Jim Parsons on Netflix called A Kid Like Jake which is really incredible in my opinion. Thanks...

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