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    Re: Big Bang Theory

    I wonder how they will work the real life pregnancy and TV pregnancy timeline. I noticed that they hid Bernie behind stuff the entire show

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    Re: Big Bang Theory

    Well, last night's episode wasn't good at all. Very boring and not funny
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    I thought the premise of it was good. Basically we've been wondering how long they will continue to do the same ole same ole ourselves. It was just the delivery that was lame.
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    i liked it. The blue vodka was funny.
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    Re: Big Bang Theory

    In the talk from fictional Cal Tech guys about physics being dead...two Cal Tech physicists were announced as winning the Nobel prize for physics (gravitational waves). Wasn't that one of Sheldon's problems?
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    I rather enjoyed this episode.. it wasn't rip roaring funny, but I liked the bonding with ervery one. I also like how they payed homage to Richard Feynman, he really is buried in Altadena.

    And yes Libgirl, the blue vodka WAS funny.. them Romulans really know how to party hehe.
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    Just caught it on ON DEMAND and did not care for this episode. You would think that Leonard's email would be a cliff-hanger....Now he really is in danger of being fired...but they don't write that way at TBBT

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    Hate to say it, but I think they have jumped the shark. The writers need to come up with more interesting story lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harleyswife View Post
    Hate to say it, but I think they have jumped the shark. The writers need to come up with more interesting story lines.
    I think they jumped the shark a long, long time ago.
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