History TheBigBangTheory / TropesFToJ

14th May '16 11:34:20 PM nombretomado
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* IWasQuiteAFashionVictim: [[http://www.ew.com/sites/default/files/i/2010/05/17/Big-Bang-Theory_320.jpg The flashback episode have shown the guys, sans Sheldon, looking like fashion refugees]] from the late 60s to early 90s...in the 2000s. Raj in MiamiVice menswear, Leonard with frizzy long hair, and Howard looking like a nerdier version of [[MadMen Stan Rizzo]].

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* IWasQuiteAFashionVictim: [[http://www.ew.com/sites/default/files/i/2010/05/17/Big-Bang-Theory_320.jpg The flashback episode have shown the guys, sans Sheldon, looking like fashion refugees]] from the late 60s to early 90s...in the 2000s. Raj in MiamiVice menswear, Leonard with frizzy long hair, and Howard looking like a nerdier version of [[MadMen [[Series/MadMen Stan Rizzo]].
5th May '16 2:22:33 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* FBIAgent: Angela Page is an FBI agent who was send to investigate if Howard is suitable for top-level security clearance. She interviewed his friends about his past.

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* FBIAgent: Angela Page is an FBI agent who was send sent to investigate if Howard is suitable for top-level security clearance. She interviewed his friends about his past.
26th Mar '16 3:04:36 AM Chris358
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** Averted, when a very tipsy Amy gave Penny a mouth kiss ("Come here, Bestie, give me some sugar") it was not only very ''under''played but Penny even gave an embarrassed laugh after it happened. In addition, there wasn't any rising laughter by the LaughTrack.

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** Averted, when a very tipsy Amy gave Penny a mouth kiss ("Come here, Bestie, give ("Give me some sugar") sugar, Bestie") it was not only very ''under''played but Penny even gave an embarrassed laugh after it happened. In addition, there wasn't any rising laughter by the LaughTrack.
19th Mar '16 2:42:22 PM nombretomado
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** Also in ''TheBigBangTheory'', the guys start to debate whether the White Witch or Billy the Kid would win a fight in a card game, and are persuaded to buy the cards to find out, telling themselves off for doing so.

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** Also in ''TheBigBangTheory'', ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', the guys start to debate whether the White Witch or Billy the Kid would win a fight in a card game, and are persuaded to buy the cards to find out, telling themselves off for doing so.
1st Mar '16 3:17:29 PM ResJudicata
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** Add in that Joyce Kim was only trying to get government secrets, Leslie was only using him, and Priya was ashamed of her relationship with him.
*** Until Season 6, when he finally gets over his selective mutism after being dumped.

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*** Until Season 6, when Raj finally gets over his selective mutism after being dumped.
** Add in that Joyce Kim was only trying to get government secrets, secrets from Leonard, Leslie was only using him, and Priya was ashamed of her relationship with him.
*** Until Season 6, when he finally gets over his selective mutism after being dumped.
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9th Jan '16 12:30:53 AM Gravidef
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** In preparing for another take the director went up to guest star Bob Newhart and gave him a laundry list of things he needed to reset and do. While he walked off set Newhart joking exclaimed "I'm 83! What the hell do you want from me!" which got an ovation from the cast and audience.

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** In preparing for another take the director went up to guest star Bob Newhart and gave him a laundry list of things he needed to reset and do. While he walked off set Newhart joking jokingly exclaimed "I'm 83! What the hell do you want from me!" which got an ovation from the cast and audience.audience.
* HollywoodAtheist: Zigzagged throughout the show:
** Sheldon is a relatively straight example, as he is openly critical of his mother's Baptist religion, and Christianity in general. This can be attributed to being raised in the "Bible Belt" of Texas.
** Amy is a subversion of the trope. In her first episode, she remarks, "I don't object to the concept of a deity; however, I am baffled by the notion of one that takes attendance." This implies that she's an agnostic--someone who believes that the existence of God, or any higher power, cannot be definitely stated either way.
** Raj fully averts it, as he frequently attends a Hindu temple (though not on screen). In "The Space Probe Disintegration," he and Howard [[DiscussedTrope talk about it]]. Howard seems to be a typical Hollywood Atheist, asking how Raj can possibly believe in deities as a scientist. Raj points out that several major scientists--including Newton, Blaise Pascal, Michael Faraday, and Einstein--were believers, and explains that he enjoys spending his time in temple, and remarks that the inherent connection between humans--whatever it's called--makes him feel as though a higher power is at work, and that brings him contentment.



** When Howard gets affected by Estrogen, he gets bloated and complains that he has to shop in the Men's department instead of the boys.

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** When Howard gets affected by Estrogen, estrogen, he gets becomes bloated and complains that he has to shop in the Men's department instead of (as opposed to the boys.children's).
** Raj often complains about being pudgy, especially when cooking is involved. Kunal Nayyar isn't overweight in the slightest.
8th Nov '15 7:22:20 AM lorgskyegon
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** Add in that Joyce Kim was only trying to get government secrets, Leslie was only using him, and Priya was ashamed of her relationship with him.
21st Aug '15 12:08:04 AM Bassball_Batman
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** Wil Wheaton ([[MeanCharacterNiceActor at least, his character, not the man himself]]) for intentionally increasing the wedge between Penny and Leonard, supposedly just to get back at Sheldon. Or, was he just being truthful to Penny, and did Sheldon only assume it was to spite him simply because Wheaton spitefully lead him to assume that (a sort of [[SelfFulfillingProphecy Self-Fulfilling Spite]])?

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** Wil Wheaton ([[MeanCharacterNiceActor at least, his character, not the man himself]]) for intentionally increasing the wedge between Penny and Leonard, supposedly just to get back at Sheldon. Or, was he just being truthful to Penny, and did Sheldon only assume it was to spite him simply because Wheaton spitefully lead him to assume that (a sort of [[SelfFulfillingProphecy Self-Fulfilling Spite]])?spite Sheldon only by making him think it was for spite]]?
21st Aug '15 12:05:06 AM Bassball_Batman
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** Wil Wheaton ([[MeanCharacterNiceActor at least, his character, not the man himself]]) for intentionally increasing the wedge between Penny and Leonard, supposedly just to get back at Sheldon. Or, was he just being truthful to Penny, and did Sheldon only assume it was to spite him simply because Wheaton spitefully lead him to assume that (a sort of {{Self-Fulfilling|Prophecy}} Spite)?

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** Wil Wheaton ([[MeanCharacterNiceActor at least, his character, not the man himself]]) for intentionally increasing the wedge between Penny and Leonard, supposedly just to get back at Sheldon. Or, was he just being truthful to Penny, and did Sheldon only assume it was to spite him simply because Wheaton spitefully lead him to assume that (a sort of {{Self-Fulfilling|Prophecy}} Spite)?[[SelfFulfillingProphecy Self-Fulfilling Spite]])?
21st Aug '15 12:02:51 AM Bassball_Batman
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** Wil Wheaton ([[MeanCharacterNiceActor at least, his character, not the man himself]]) for intentionally increasing the wedge between Penny and Leonard, supposedly just to get back at Sheldon. Or, was he just being truthful to Penny, and did Sheldon only assume it was to spite him simply because Wheaton spitefully lead him to assume that (a sort of {{Self-Fulfilling|Prophecy}}Spite)?

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** Wil Wheaton ([[MeanCharacterNiceActor at least, his character, not the man himself]]) for intentionally increasing the wedge between Penny and Leonard, supposedly just to get back at Sheldon. Or, was he just being truthful to Penny, and did Sheldon only assume it was to spite him simply because Wheaton spitefully lead him to assume that (a sort of {{Self-Fulfilling|Prophecy}}Spite)?{{Self-Fulfilling|Prophecy}} Spite)?
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