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The Big Bang Theory - Funniest show on TV

  • May 18, 2010
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What do you get when you have characters that are perfect for their rolls, have excellent facial gestures that bring about chuckles with just a look?  What do you have when there is a cast that is wickedly smart, but so naiive about the world and basic human relations?

You get The Big Bang Theory.  Sheldon, I personally feel, is one of the funniest on the cast, just due to his timing, presentation and his facial gestures.  If you are not watching the show and only listening to it, it just doesn't seem as funny.  But, when you are watching the movements and gestures, you cannot help but laugh at what they do.  Sheldon just doesn't get "life" or interaction with others.  He is super smart, and he is super arrogant about his intelligence.

The cast is an eclectic group of guys with one pretty gal and their interactions with each other is a riot.  The person that plays the experimental physicist Leonard, I believe was on the Roseanne show years ago as the young, dark haired boy.  I like his character a lot too, because he is one that has emotions like anyone else, a corny sense of humor but is super smart.  He tries so hard to fit in and the situations he finds himself it, are turned into a funny situation.  One show, he was trying to learn as much about football so he sounded like he understood the game so he could come to his girlfriends football party.  He was pointing out the most basic of moves (field goal after the touchdown will be 1 point if the kicker makes it, etc.) and he was making himself stand out more than if he had not said anything.

If you haven't given the show a chance, try it for 2 or 3 episodes.  I think you will find it humorous and you will find yourself chuckling, as you can probably think of someone from work or school that the characters remind you of and their actions towards one another just make you giggle.

Enjoy it, I know I do and you just might too!

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The Big Bang Theory is a situational comedy that premiered on CBS on September 24, 2007, which is created and executive produced by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady. The series takes two male Caltech prodigies in their twenties, an experimental physicist (Leonard) and a theoretical physicist (Sheldon) and places them across the hall from the beautiful blonde intelligent waitress (Penny), who is aspiring to make it in show business. Despite the two physicists' genius, they experience trouble relating and interacting with others, especially women. Penny's personality contrasts with her geeky neighbors, leading to the shows comedic effect. The show is produced by Warner Brothers Television and Chuck Lorre Productions, starring Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayys and Sara Gilbert.

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