Sheldon has the tendency to go cuckoo over the craziest things, but that's why we all love him, right?
In " The Proton Resurgence ," Sheldon was ecstatic to find out that the host of his favorite childhood science show was available to do parties. And, more
After tonight's The Big Bang Theory , I'm glad I ended up deleting my stockpile of Alphas episodes from my DVR. As far as entertainment goes, I don't think there's anything as frustrating as watching a television series that ends on a cliffhanger without more
When an elderly professor died at his desk (and got left there for two weeks), a tenured spot at the university opened up…and everyone except Howard, who wasn’t eligible, wanted it in last week’s episode of the The Big Bang Theory, “The Tenure Turbulence. more
After several weeks of very good episodes, "The Tenure Turbulence" felt like a step backward, as so much of its humor—if we want to call it that—relied on the tired tropes that I thought we'd finally put behind us. Read More... http://www.tv.c more
It's time for the guys to compete again. In " The Tenure Turbulence ," a tenured professor was found dead in his office and that means his position is now open and ready for the taking. Let's take a moment to mourn the professor. He was dead in his office more
The Big Bang Theory resumed Howard’s character development this week when Sheldon was tasked with organizing the Rostenkowski-Wolowitz closet and stumbled upon an unopened letter from Howard’s father. http://www.tv.com/news/the-big-bang-theory more
"The Closet Reconfiguration" might be my favorite episode of this season of The Big Bang Theory. I'm not even sure I can entirely put my finger on the reason. It was consistently amusing, but not necessarily rip-roaringly funny at any point. It had a heal more