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Friday, October 15, 2010

Checking in with The Big Bang Theory- Ssn 4, Eps 2-4.

This blogger’s opinion of this show is that it is just one, long joke about nerds, but that joke is at least mildly funny. The quality and style of the show is somewhere between That 70s Show and Two and a Half Men. (That 70s Show being the superior series and Two and a Half Men being the worst.) As the other blogger once wrote, this is not a “water cooler show.” If you miss it, that’s fine. Catch it tomorrow or just watch the new one next week. It’s one of those things this blogger will watch any time it’s on, but not a must-see. Maybe it would be funnier for physicists who get all the science references.

Is it our imagination, or does Leonard sometimes look really white and then sometimes look really tan this season? It’s wigging us out. In episode two, Sheldon made himself into a absurd-looking robot, which was hilarious for a while, but it got old around the time the robot left the apartment. They just played it out too long. Episode three was funnier, because it featured Amy, Sheldon’s rude “friend who is also a girl.” They had a well-written argument and broke up. Then Sheldon, despite a mentioned cat allergy in season one, bought 25 cats to comfort him during the breakup. Sheldon’s mother got them back together, which is great, because Amy seems perfect for Sheldon and NO ONE ELSE. She sort of sounds like Frasier Crane’s ex-wife on Cheers/Frasier. The other blogger pointed out that Sheldon is the best character on the show, but this blogger grows tired of him if the others aren’t given their own storylines and things to do. In the fourth episode of the season, we got to see Sheldon spar with Raj, which was great. Also, Bernadette is back. We finally noticed why we hate her now: The actress was on True Blood, and she was annoying.

This season, the show is still a perfectly serviceable comedy. It’s not on par as far as laughs go with comedies like Modern Family, Community, or even How I Met Your Mother, but the writing is clever, the acting is good, and the quality stays level.


  1. I agree with you but I think the cast is great and generally I love this little sitcom and I maintain that the last scene of 'the Bath Item Gift Hypothesis" was one of the funniest scenes I've seen on tv...


  2. Leeard agrees with you about that scene. Sometimes it'll get stuck in her head and she has to youtube it. It's hilarious.