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  1. 1113 'The Solo Oscillation' (January 11)

    Nothing ground breaking but I enjoyed most of this one. Too much 'Footprints On The Moon', but the rest was okay. I enjoyed the interactive character, but not relationship paired, story lines. That two of the plots were mainly science centered was nice to see. Sheldon continues to devolve, and that's just sad. Not 'laugh out loud' funny, but I enjoyed it.
  2. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    Give Howard a break. He only had the car chase Penny because she moved away when he had the camera looking up her skirt. It's not like he wanted to chase her with the car...
  3. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    Works for me...
  4. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    I'm sure Leonard would have given her anything she wanted. However, Leonard has no right to authorize Penny to take something that belongs to Sheldon. Being lactose intolerant, I doubt the milk was purchased by him. Enough of this. LOL! If you have a response, I concede the victory to you.
  5. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    Then Penny is equally guilty of the some offense. Worse, she actually stole something.
  6. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    There is nothing in the episode to indicate Sheldon 'took' the key from Leonard. Likely, it was placed in the bowl with their other keys. I am not arguing Sheldon had any right to be in Penny's apartment. But, in the eyes of the law, he did not break and enter. For the sake of this discussion it can be argued that Penny 'broke into' 4A and stole milk from the guys. She did not have permission to enter on that occasion and she had no authorization to help herself to their milk.
  7. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    He mounted a camera on the remote controlled cars.
  8. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    Technically, Sheldon (and Leonard) did not break into Penny's apartment. They had a key.
  9. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    That whole explanation was a contrived bit of nonsense on the part of the writers.
  10. Will The Big Bang Theory become a Classic?

    Interesting question and I think the answer depends upon whom you ask. Who determines what is, or is not, classic television? Various networks (TV Land) may conduct viewer polls. Some other media platform (TV Guide) may poll viewers or critics. All of these could well produce varying lists and it's really hard to say one is right and the other is wrong. I do not believe that any poll of critics will ever rank TBBT in their list of classic programs. The show has never been a favorite of the critics (or other industry deep thinkers). Looking at the commentary you typically see from critics, or media reviewers, it is usually very obvious they have limited actual knowledge concerning the show. Many times they seem to have the viewpoint that TBBT is mindless drivel pretending to have an intellectual slant with 'Bazinga!' interjected at regular intervals. I mean, seriously, does anyone even remember the last time Sheldon actually said 'Bazinga!'? I don't. Viewers might have a different perspective. I believe that for what it is, a non-agenda driven, ensemble, situation comedy, that it is definitely classic television. I don't see any issues with the show becoming 'dated' as time passes any more than other shows from a certain point in history. It has always had detractors that say it isn't funny, it's misogynistic, it's derivative, etc. I will leave those arguments for those that care to debate them. Most young TBBT viewers (and there are millions of them) will probably see the show as classic TV in the same way the people of my generation remember Dick Van Dyke, I Love Lucy, The Andy Griffith Show, All In The Family, M*A*S*H, Happy Days, and many others. Gen Xers and Millennials will not have the same appreciation for those programs and, in fact, may have never seen an episode of most of them. Just to demonstrate how tricky this is: Throughout its run and for years in syndication, "The Cosby Show", was certainly considered 'classic' television. Then, the accusations come out concerning Bill Cosby's treatment of women and now there's not a network that will touch the show with a thirty-nine and a half foot pole. In the attached list TBBT ranks #5... https://www.ranker.com/g00/crowdranked-list/the-greatest-sitcoms-in-television-history?i10c.encReferrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8%3D&i10c.ua=1 In this Rotten Tomatoes poll TBBT ranks #3: https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/guide/best-tv-shows-of-the-past-20-years-2017-survey/ An IMDB listing of the Greatest TV Comedies of All Time ranks TBBT #43. A lot of factors involved with answering your question. Time and tastes will be the final arbiter.
  11. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    Usually the performers say that, to them, The People's Choice Awards are the ones they appreciate most. TBBT was never going to win an Emmy or Golden Globe for 'Best Comedy Series'. TBBT is a show that simply tries to entertain. There is no agenda. No one is trying to make a 'statement' about anything. TBBT is just not 'deep' enough to win an Emmy or Golden Globe. Math, or no math. Sheldon's comments represent his perception of Penny and her sexual activities at that point in time. Whether, or not, he had the numbers right, he has never made any effort to conceal his views concerning his concept of Penny's promiscuity. This is one of the main sticking points with the idea of any possibility of there ever being a romantic Shenny relationship. Sugar coat it, or see it as a blunt reality, but Sheldon has never tried to hide his beliefs that Penny is an intellectually inferior, sexually promiscuous, vocationally challenged woman. Many times he has communicated these beliefs directly to her and she is well aware of how he perceives her. From Penny's perspective, Sheldon is an intellectual elitist snob, who is condescending, insulting, dismissive, and manipulative. (And, she believes Dr. Wackadoodle is crazy.) Over the course of their relationship these two have come to appreciate certain qualities in one another, and have no doubt come a to a mutual affection. But, in my opinion, the idea of them ever developing romantic feelings is, and always has been, laughable,.
  12. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    Not a comedic role, but Richard Belzer has played Detective John Munch on several programs since 1993.
  13. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    The actual football players are not in, or involved with, the parade.
  14. Whatever happened to ..................?

    There are so many loose ends on TBBT it's a wonder the whole thing hasn't unraveled. A lot of things are mentioned, or shown, in passing and thus they can be relegated to obscurity with little problem. There are others that are not so easily forgotten. What happened to: Dr. Stephanie Alex The tenure situation Leslie Winkle Consequences or fallout from Sheldon's revenge on Kripke The guidance system technology. (The military can adapt it. They cannot unilaterally seize possession of the technology) Howard's brother Luminescent fish And so on....
  15. [Spoilers] Season 11 Discussion Thread

    They should sell those chairs. I would buy one!