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  • Favorite Cast Members
    Jim Parsons
    Johnny Galecki
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    Sheldon
    Leonard
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    Bernadette
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    The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis
    The Adhesive Duck Deficiency

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  1. If Penny were less obvious about her dissatisfaction with Leonard that might keep Bernadette from making such comments. Chances are just as good that the kid will be dumb as a post, short, asthmatic, lactose intolerant, and about as athletic as a sloth.
  2. She settled for Leonard. Her words and behavior make that abundantly clear. Penny wants Leonard; in Dave Underhill's body. Boooooo, Penny!
  3. The easy answer is, "no". The NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) establishes academic criteria that high school students have to meet in order to qualify for collegiate athletics. Those that don't meet these requirements end up in college 'prep' schools. Once in a university, however, the systems are more prone to manipulation.
  4. The episode was okay. Not great. Not bad. There have been many better, and many a lot worse. The girl's scene in the bar was just rehashing old territory. Penny centered and predictable. Silly comments from Amy concerning Penny that border on creepy. Bernadette lane changing from pleasant to snarky. Someone commented on how insulting it was for Bernadette to hint that Penny might cheat on Leonard and that Penny should have been insulted. Why? Penny makes no secret of her beliefs that she 'settled' for Leonard, and that he's lucky to have her. Why is it so hard to imagine she might want to spend time with someone she finds more 'her level'? The gaming scene in 4A was okay. Also fairly derivative. Just a setting for mocking Raj. The boat scene was fairly enjoyable. Zack is always fun and it appears he found a good match in his wife. Leonard and Penny were very believable and it's completely conceivable that they would be envious of the idiot that hits it big while they continue to work for a living. The idea that Leonard be their donor is not unthinkable. It is also believable that Leonard would be open to considering the idea. That he wouldn't do it if Penny objects is also very much in line with who he is. Raj and Anu provided some good scenes and some laughs. Kunal plays Raj very well and he was fun to watch in this episode. As observed below, it might be a dangerous thing to say, but I'll do it. Quite often, Penny sucks. She's terrible. Vain, self-entitled, spoiled, narcissistic, and dismissive of others. Her good qualities are few and they seldom overcome her more abundant negative traits. She thinks the girls are 'lucky' to be her friend. She 'settled' for Leonard. She puts no effort into her marriage. Can't remember her husband's birthday, or their anniversary. She lucked into a good, well paying, job that she doesn't appreciate. She was a bad waitress and didn't care. Penny? Boooooooooooo!!! Why should she care? She unilaterally decided for both of them that they wouldn't have any children. No discussion. No explanation. Only question that should really matter is whether, or not, Leonard could do it and not expect to have something to do with the resulting offspring. I think he'd have a hard time with that.
  5. HeWolf

    NY 6 NCAA Football

    Of the semi-finals, ND/Clemson should be the best game. Alabama/OU has the potential for a 'Bama blowout. OU has no defense and I don't see them hanging 30+ points on the Alabama defense. Except for GA/Alabama, I thought the past weekend's match-ups played out as expected. Georgia could (should?) have beaten Alabama. The missed FG and inconceivably stupid fake punt were two plays Georgia couldn't afford.
  6. From the poll it appears that this one won't be joining the 'favorites' list of a lot of TBBT fans. I didn't find it to be horrible, though I am disappointed in the Shamy story arc. The rest of it, I thought, wasn't bad. The Bernadette plot was amusing. I liked how Denise turned the tables on her with the tough competitor act. All of the parts with Leonard, Howard, and Raj were good and produced some laughs. The killing off of Shamy's super asymmetry idea seemed overly simplistic. One obscure paper from 40 years ago would not be sufficient to disprove their theory. While it is conceivable for Sheldon to react like a big baby over a contrary professional opinion, it is less believable from Amy. Just feel this was poorly conceived, written, and played out. Once again, it appears that the producers of the show, and their writers, will not allow these characters any sort of success. As usual, they have pulled the rug out from under them when it appears they're about to actually triumph in some endeavor. Why? Apparently, this time it was so we could see Sheldon throw an infantile hissy fit. Way to break new ground and lead us viewers into uncharted territory. Oh, wait!
  7. Found it to be okay. Some good parts and one really annoying bit. The RajAnu story was good. Nice to see Raj get through it without making a jerk of himself. Enjoyed seeing a bit of 'retro' Raj when he couldn't speak to Anu. Growing to like this pairing more and more. The Lenny bits were good. Fun dichotomy between their recollections of the 'first time'. The dynamic with Amy's family was fine. Fun watching Howard and Amy's dad with the magic bit. Have to wonder if Simon was a bit intimidated trying to do hand magic in front of Teller... Sheldon was stupid. Unbelievable and childish. The vegetable name bit was lame. All in all: Sheldon was annoyingly juvenile. It's gotten to the point where I don't even want to see him most of the time.
  8. Nope. That original title shows no imagination. Nothing there to draw people in.
  9. Was not a big watcher of TAAHM, so I'll leave that for others to consider. Age of the actors is no factor in the continuation of TBBT. The characters interests, while considered childish by some, are not really limited to a specific age group. People that are into sci-fi, fantasy, gaming, and such, are represented all across the age demographics of modern society. Season 12 is a good time for TBBT to call it quits.
  10. Why does it have to mean anything? Trivia is often trivial.
  11. HeWolf

    Looking for a beta reader

    I'll read through it and see if there's any edits I can identify. I'm about as native an English speaker as you can find.
  12. Well, Sheldon keeps an 'arch' enemies list... Howard is an engineer. He could design and construct an arch... Zack likes Archie comics. That's close to having an 'Arch' on the show...
  13. You would think a publication like 'US Weekly' would know it's a "story arc" not a "story arch'... A story arc (also narrative arc) is an extended or continuing storyline in episodic storytelling media such as television, comic books, comic strips, board games, video games, and films with each episode following a dramatic arc. On a television program, for example, the story would unfold over many episodes.
  14. HeWolf

    Non-Season 12 Show Discussion

    https://screenrant.com/the-big-bang-theory-casting-decisions-good-bad/ Look fast...
  15. Thanks! Thank you all! The birthday wishes are much appreciated! Thank you!
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