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  1. Batman. Watching a TBBT I was suddenly reminded of the original Batman. Batman, with Adam West and Burt Ward, has to be one of the most original "absurd" stand out concepts. As is TBBT. Both are genius. All of (over 100) the Batmans are on DVD. I love 'em. It has occurred to me that I wouldn't be so critical of The Show if I hadn't joined in discussions. Perhaps, better just to enjoy.
  2. I never saw it, but it's Hugh Dennis. Pugh and and Dennis? Not for me either; this (Outnumbered) is the only show in which I have been entertained by Hugh and crew.
  3. They are quite amazing; how did you get to know such a band? I was recently introduced to Wolfe Tones; are they acceptable to you?
  4. Earlier I made these comments about Show 14, should have been 15 ! Three minutes in and I was getting optimistic ( Bernadette was mentioned ), then "The Sheldon Story" broke; I didn't smile after that. No group banter, NOTHING FUNNY. I thought Sheldon was someone without normal human emotion, yet he was as petulant as a five year old denied access to his favourite toy. Also, I'd like to see more inclusive and positive stories for Raj. For me, the worst show so far. Sorry to say. At this moment I'm half way through a Seinfeld, Series 06, show. Having ignored it originally, I rediscovered it last year. Seinfeld is/was an ensemble show and, I haven't yet seen an exception, each show involves all of The Players exchanging convincingly funny lines. It's consistently exceptionally funny. The BBT writers should learn from comedy History, and try harder because the BBT is in itself exceptional..
  5. Three minutes in and I was getting optimistic ( Bernadette was mentioned ), then "The Sheldon Story" broke; I didn't smile after that. No group banter, NOTHING FUNNY. I thought Sheldon was someone without normal human emotion, yet he was as petulant as a five year old denied access to his favourite toy. Also, I'd like to more inclusive and positive stories for Raj. For me, the worst show so far. Sorry to say. At this moment I'm half way through a Seinfeld, Series 06, show. Having ignored it originally, I rediscovered it last year. Seinfeld is/was an ensemble show and, I haven't yet seen an exception, each show involves all of The Players exchanging convincingly funny lines. It's consistently exceptionally funny. The BBT writers should learn from comedy History, and try harder because the BBT is in itself exceptional..
  6. Rammstein played at Wembley last week, and The Times said that it was " ..one of the wonders of rock " and gave it 5 Gold Stars, which is very rare.
  7. I've just watched 09/ The Vengeance Formula, and I had a permanent smile on my face; then there are bursts of laughter. The least emotion I had was a broad smile. That's what TBBT does to you. During some of the most recent shows I rarely burst into laughter; it's impossible not to smile.
  8. Sahhar, I hope they haven't jumped the shark. That would be it.
  9. I agree, although I did enjoy the episode. The subtle interaction is being given up to wacky for wackiness sake. As mad as he is, would Sheldon really behave like that.
  10. Hilarious. The bazingas; I couldn't stop laughing. And, I love Bernadette.
  11. Speechless ... Lady Gaga. I've been ignoring her, until today! I like her a lot. Is she paying royalties to Madonna and ABBA? She's a surprise to me; a nice one.
  12. My eyes (ears) were (re)opened when the albums were re mixed in the last couple of years. "It's Only Love", equally beautiful comes in at 1.50 minutes. WOW, especially when John sings Night Time Brrrrriiight!.
  13. The Stranglers are a great band! And a-ha are great, too, cytavares! My favourite band is the Beatles :D My favourite Revolver track is "Here There and Everywhere", a very beautiful song, and only 2.20minutes long. Have any, since The Beatles, put such quality into a short space.
  14. I won't be watching Avatar. I prefer a warm, human touch. Something that will most likely make me cry, or laugh. Avatar may be something different and an advance, but not for me. PS. The American Idol suckers; don't they know what's going on.
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