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  1. The ratings for this show have amazed me. The show was on its way to being a hit. It would have done about 12 million viewers once Dancing With The Stars leaves in two weeks. Now it is forced into repeats by some stupid writers strike, and enters a big unknown. It was on its way to a long run, but now no one knows what will happen. Here's hoping for the best.
  2. The problem for BBT is two fold. The first is whether CBS brings it back after the strike, at all. The second is will its entire audience stick with the show ? It needs almost all of the audience to return, or the ratings will not be good enough for it to stay anyway. Generally, new shows do not have as loyal an audience as more veteran shows. BBT was doing such a great job building an audience, and now the momentum is stopped. It was already picked up for the full season, was building towards a second season, and the strike is hurting it now. I certainly hope it returns, and does well, but it is no longer a certainty with a long strike on the horizon.
  3. Well, guys it is looking pretty bleak for a quick settlement. See here : http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/CA6499826.html This strike could not have come a worst time for this show. It went from a full season pick up, and looking very good towards a second season pick up to a muddled who knows what the future holds situation. Not good...
  4. I don't know guys this is something that could be really, really bad for this show. New shows will be affected much more than established shows not only, because they have more episodes for repeats, but the new shows do not have a loyal audience yet. If the show goes on hiatus, and it comes back at all the audience may not return in total. It would be a crying shame with the show doing fine, and everything. It would be terrible for something like this to ruin it. Let's hope and pray the strike is settled very, very soon.
  5. OMG, this is such a milestone for any show. Most shows don't even get picked up for a full season. Remember, The Class only got 18 episodes last year. Right now I just want to savior the good news of the full season pickup, and don't even want to think about next season. We will have the whole spring to worry about it being picked up next season.
  6. From Hollywood Reporter : http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/news/e3i808b165511fddc2c3fa974480c4d9f91
  7. Here is the CBS take on the ratings : THE BIG BANG THEORY (5.4/08, 8.15m) was tied for second in adults 25-54 (3.7/09, with NBC) and built on its HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER lead-in by +4% in households, +6% in adults 25-54, +3% in adults 18-49 and added +190,000 viewers.
  8. Bigbang2

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    People just have to stop complaining about the laugh track. First of all, it is not a laugh track. It is the actual audience laughing. Secondly, every CBS sitcom is filmed before a live audience and has laughter. They all have it, and that is the way CBS does their sitcoms.
  9. Sounds like a good one. I am counting the days.
  10. Chuck Lorre produced Roseanne and now The Big Bang Theory so the connection is definitely there. Roseanne had a fine cast, and I would welcome any of the cast members.
  11. No information on this episode available yet.
  12. Honestly, I would rather people watch it on TV. Let's keep those ratings up. :D
  13. It is called "Young Folks" by Peter, Bjorn & John. You can hear it here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48hcp-zDpg4
  14. A Blogger named Meaghan, who is 23 years old and lives in California saw the second episode filmed and filed this report : http://californiameaghan.blogspot.com/2007/08/big-bang-theory.html
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