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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie View Post
    I think they should break up Howard and Bernadette. Howard's character is a lot less entertaining since being in a serious relationship. I miss seeing him acting creepy around females, and also when Raj and him would go out looking for ladies.
    I love their relationship! While I enjoyed his goofiness when single, I like him with her as well. And I love Bernadette too, when she talks like his mom, her dislike of children.... classic.
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    OMG Howard...."Let me try gansta: Hells no!"
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    Big Bang has kind of irritated me more than entertained, but tonight's ep was made it up to me with the scene with Sheldon in the French maid outfit. That cracked me up!
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    Was that really "the man who invented time" as Penny put it?

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    The Leonard Nimoy episode annoyed me because I thought they could have done so much more. But last night with Stephen Hawking was HILARIOUS. I was screaming laughing at the french maid and the belt buckles. "I pee-pee proofed your belt buckles" LMAO. Excellent.....Love when Bernadette threw Sheldon under the boobs, er...bus. lol
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    I enjoy the interaction between Howard and Bernadette. I hope this is one couple they do not break apart.
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    The ending was a classic!
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    The ending was a classic!
    Another fainter. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by PWS View Post
    Was that really "the man who invented time" as Penny put it?
    If you are asking if that was the 'real' Stephen Hawking.. yes it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireWoman View Post
    If you are asking if that was the 'real' Stephen Hawking.. yes it was.
    What a brilliant mind he is. I told my husband, it makes you wonder, better to have the mind and not the body or vice versa?
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