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    Jim Parsons
    Kaley Cuoco
    Kunal Nayyar
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  • Favorite Seasons
    Season 4
  • Favorite Episode
    The Gorilla Experiment

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  1. Gablehauser, don't be ridiculous, President Siebert and Sheldon are the couple for me, oh the whimsy those touching moments of fundraising...though I think that was Leonard's zenith as a character. I too thought the laundry room scene trite, the writers obviously jeering at the concept of Peldonia. Come on you zany knuckleheads let it all out! I know that the indigenous locals here are utterly surreal and that's how I like you;-)
  2. The entire season is meh for me, I don't really laugh anymore and neither does my Lenny friend, she doesn't find Amy funny either and Mayim is a wonderful comedian. The one semi-bright moment was Thanksgiving but even then it didn't have the wit of last year when Mrs. Wolowitz practically imprisoned Raj.
  3. it's been ages since I've been here, just so rather 'meh' about the show, what happened to the zany fun that had me laughing out loud, hard? I think the last time it occurred was last spring when Mrs. Wolowitz imprisoned Raj, delicious, I literally roared and my stomach hurt. I want Penny to beat Sheldon at games, I want Mrs. Wolowitz to get her son back or at least have another shot at Raj, and where are his parents, how I miss them. The only amusing thing left of the show is this thread which I'm happy to see maintains it's irreverent zeitgeist. Kudos and Io Saturnalia!
  4. A very good episode, I laughed aloud; ah Beverly if we could only have more of you, it was almost like old times. Penny & manipulative Leonard were right on, Raj & Stuart were brilliant, giving the show its lonely nerds roots. Amy was great, they're writing her like season 4 Amy, not last year's creepy freak. I loved her sucking the joy out of Sheldon's world while he plotted revenge; his classic line " Pride and Prejudice is a masterpiece", the meh was Bernadette and Howard, I miss old creepy Howard & his mon the only Mrs. Wolowitz;-)
  5. Now let's get to the important issue: Leonard is sadly went to inferior Princeton, Howard to that detestable trade school MIT, Amy of course to the ever superior Harvard, but what about our hero? I simply cannot imagine Sheldon went to Yale; how second rate. So where does that leave us? Stanford *shudder* perhaps he went to Trinity College, Cambridge. Ah the essential mystery.
  6. gods spare me; If you actually ever visited our 'shipper's thread' you'd see that it's a haven for zany, surreal and intellectual fun. None of us there take it seriously! I enjoyed this episode greatly. I enjoyed how all the characters were portrayed and how those of us who care for the nerdy-intellectual content were made replete. That's my principal interest.
  7. Delightful episode; thank you writers! I just loved the scavenger premise and the Princeton bashing (of course it's an inferior institution) and finding out Amy went to Harvard. Frankly I thought she and Howard stole the show, they were utterly delightful in the car blissfully singing to Neil Diamond & the karaoke, I was laughing out loud (thank you). They have wonderful chemistry. Sheldon was obsessive, loved the bowling ball, classic Penny, Stuart wonderfully doleful, Leonard semi-pathetic, Raj amusing A true nerdfest, back to the show's roots. The clues were intellectual and witty, I was given everything as a longtime lover of seasons 1-3 that I could have asked for. Bernadette was meh, I could live without the character entirely.
  8. gaqo; I'd heard of the Aronofsky film now I want to see it, love the gifs. The art and life discussion fits right into my interest in yogacara philosophy: 'that all phenomenal existance is fabricated by consciouness.' I'm glad you like my suggestion of the Coens and had no idea about Ethan, makes it even better. Cher Count Wally; you called a plague upon me! That's the 2nd best insult I've received and I shall treasure it; the first and best haughtily noted my incorrect apodosis. The story is indeed all mine but I'm a Latin student and I was helped by a grad student and my co-writer a senior lecturer in Latin so I cannot claim intellectual superiority. We could weigh our brains and compare. T'would be amusing to while away a lengthy afternoon.
  9. Hehe your dog will like it Thing of Beauty, Shep actually there is a big movement to speak Latin and that's why I wrote it. I was at a Latin convention of high school students, gave them out & the students were really excited, which was tons of fun. I could easily write a modern story, no problem, we've all the neologisms: computator, interretialis, telephonum mobile.I'm going to write another one and give your Latin a workout;-) thanks for the two thumbs up:)
  10. Berliner; I'm in total agreement, too much romcom, & I hope to gods they hired their scientist advisor back, they could have made some funny jokes at the post-doc mixer but nothing. Remember the classic Flatland with Sheldon and Martha *sigh*. Anyway I found Howard and Raj feeling each other utterly hilarious, it was the only moment during the two shows that I laughed aloud. Last season had a disappointing few shows and then the fall was very funny, so I am trying to be hopeful.
  11. Dead directors could be re-animated in a Halloween show involving Sheldon as Dr. Victor mwhahaha! It's alive... Gaqo hmm how about the Coen brothers ?
  12. I think it's fun too and your last quote is spot on for those who reside in this forum. But then as our favourite lad says: " Well, the Germans have always been a comforting people." And as a tribute to the new season, I've written and posted a fanfiction here
  13. Okay as a fan of the show I just couldn't resist. This is imho stellar nerdiness. A one shot fanfic in Latin to warm all our geeky hearts http://archiveofourown.org/works/982920
  14. Just click to this at the office if taken unawares: http://www.acmuller.net/yogacara/articles/buddhist_steps.html#div-I their brain will crack... And then quote below: I guarantee people will flee...muahahaha! There is no such thing as the subject that thinks or entertains ideas. — Ludwig Wittgenstein
  15. I'd actually dearly love for Amy to make over Penny as a nerd, I think it would be funny & delightful. She could go to the comic book store and everywhere, I bet she'd find it liberating....& she'd have the lonesome nerds chasing her down the street!
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