June 29, 2010 at 5:37 pm Leave a comment

The Gazette recently published an article about one of my favourite TV shows.. If the title didn’t give it away, I’m sorry to say you have been deprived of the best nerd humour offered on television – ever.

Additionally, it’s not only priceless but the scripts are sent to David Saltzberg, a professor of astrophysics at the University of California for scientific approval. On one occasion, the script was even sent to him in Antarctica where he was conducting experiments in particle research.

The Big Bang Theory is riding a “wave of popularity and adulation”.

  • It consistently place in the Top 10 in the weekly ratings, in both the U.S. and Canada.
  • It is one of the very few programs that performs almost as well in reruns as it does in first-run episodes.
  • It is respected, as well as loved, and has the Emmy, Golden Globe, and TV Critics Association nominations and wards to prove it.

When Jim Parsons (Sheldon Cooper) arrives at Comic-Con, he starts riots.

Forget Justin Bieber – Cooper is adorable, funny, and wickedly intelligent.

I’d like to congratulate them on taking something only seen as properties belonging to extra-terrestrial creatures, bringing it to everyday life, and having universal appeal.


“With the friendship clause of our roommate agreement nullified, you are no longer entitled to accompany me to go swimming at Bill Gates house should I be invited.”

Sheldon Cooper ❤


Entry filed under: Society in Transition.

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