MongoGutman wrote:First couple of seasons were good then it started getting tired and samey so they brought in a couple of extra characters which livened it up for a while but now it's retreading old ground again.
pip wrote:Quite like the show and think Sheldon and Leonard are one of the best comedy couples going but it has lost a little in the last season and its not helped by E4 splitting the series in half leaving a six month gap.
author3 wrote:Okay here is my review of the first episode.
I quite enjoyed the characters in this episode.I would have prefered to have had some background information on them though.I thought they were a couple of funny moments in it but not as much as I'd expected.I also think that this show is underrated because on the DVD boxset it says the cert is 12 but I think it should definetly be 15s.But that isn't a problem for me.
I will be watching the second episode tomorrow(Wednesday) so I'll post the review either tomorrow or Thursday.
Takes a while for the really funny things to take hold. My particular favourites for the first season are The Luminous Fish Effect (Sheldon gets fired for being...well, Sheldon, and we meet his mother for the first time), The Hamburger Postulate (Leonard hooks up with one of Sheldon's nemeses, Leslie Winkle), The Dumpling Paradox (Howard hooks up with a promiscuous friend of Penny's, and Penny has to spend the night in Leonard and Sheldon's apartment), The Grasshopper Experiment (Raj is set up on a date by his annoying parents, only to find out a means by which he can talk to women), The Cooper-Hofstadter Polarization (Leonard wants to present a paper he worked on with Sheldon, but Sheldon refuses to go to the conference), The Jerusalem Duality (Sheldon meets a rival genius and child prodigy, North Korean refugee Dennis Kim), and The Bat Jar Conjecture (entering an academic competition, the guys eventually have to force Sheldon out of the team because of his ego).
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