Oh, Sheldon! How much self-awareness can you handle?
On " The Cooper/Kripke Inversion ," Sheldon not only had to deal with superior research and work from Kripke, but with questions about his intimacy with Amy. What a rough few days for the guy!
Whatever else you want to say about Penny, the girl has chutzpah. In “The Cooper/Kripke Inversion,” this week’s episode of The Big Bang Theory , she had the nerve to ask Sheldon the question that’s been on everyone’s minds since he started dating Amy: is more
This week's episode of Big Bang Theory attracted a bit of controversy because the commercial showcased Penny and the girls venturing into Stuart's comic shop - "Where no woman has gone before." The show has always attracted its share of flack for what man more
The Egg Salad Equivalency? My interest in this episode of Big Bang Theory was piqued based on the unusual name alone. What does egg salad have to do with the lives of four dorks and their surprisingly patient significant others? As it turns out, it the ti more
I think I really needed “The Bakersfield Expedition,” this week’s episode of The Big Bang Theory , after last week’s offering left me with such a sour taste in my mouth. I admit to going on a bit of a rant, and I still stand by everything I said, but I f more
It's the Comic Con episode! Well, sorta.
In " The Bakersfield Expedition ," the guys set out on a trip to the Bakersfield Comic Con, but they never actually made it there. What a tease! That's not to say it wasn't a good or funny episode, because it wa more
At times, it's difficult to believe that the brilliant Sheldon can be so dumb. That was the case in " The Egg Salad Equivalency ." To fully enjoy The Big Bang Theory, sometimes it's necessary to suspend disbelief and just go with it and enjoy the humor. more