History YMMV / TheBigBangTheory

21st Aug '16 9:04:02 AM Cameron178
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** In "The Jerusalem Duality", 15 year old Dennis Kim told Sheldon that his work in dark matter was a dead end, and that he will soon see that. Come to season seven, where he DOES see that, and ends up having to basically start his career over.
20th Aug '16 10:20:58 PM Chubzhac
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* AcceptableHobbyTargets: The show is infamous for its rather bitter and insulting humor towards science and nerd culture. Ironically enough, a lot of the show's dialogue and references can only be fully appreciated by those with an interest in the aforementioned subjects.
8th Aug '16 10:27:14 AM Willbyr
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** Also with ''{{Genshiken}}'', for having more or less the same idea, only Genshiken was more nerdy.

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** Also with ''{{Genshiken}}'', ''Manga/{{Genshiken}}'', for having more or less the same idea, only Genshiken ''Genshiken'' was more nerdy.
1st Aug '16 11:35:34 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker:

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter:
26th Jun '16 10:05:57 AM jessicaotiesha
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** Beverly Hofstadter we’re supposed to feel sorry for her in “The Line Substitution Solution” due to the fact that Leonard and Penny didn’t invite her to their wedding or even told her about it. The problem is not only does she act the way she usually does but when confronted she admits that she wouldn’t approve of it and wouldn’t have gone. When you add to this the fact that Beverly has kept important events from Leonard such as the death of relatives and pets but they’ve had this exact same conversation before when she found out about he and Penny dating it just makes her come across as more of an abusive hypocrite.
25th Jun '16 5:53:40 PM WhirlRX
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* AngstWhatAngst: Sheldon after [[spoiler: a brief "break up" with Amy.]] Instead of being sad like a normal human being, he hides it and buys 25 CATS.

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* %%* AngstWhatAngst: Sheldon after [[spoiler: a brief "break up" with Amy.]] Instead of being sad like a normal human being, he hides it and buys 25 CATS.
23rd Jun '16 11:26:20 AM Scsigs
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** Thing is, even when the earlier seasons had romantic plots, they were always in the background, or weren't more important than the more geeky/nerdy stuff the guys were doing. Now, it's switched around so the romance plots are front and center while the other plots are, mostly, playing second fiddle. This is where the distinction lies for why people feel the show has changed, not for the better, and has just become another ordinary sitcom. I mean, think about it. Unless you got into the show from watching reruns of the earlier seasons, what's there to get into now? What makes the show stand out? Not much. It now feels like ''Series/MikeandMolly'', but with geeks and smart people rather than the people seen in that show, for the most part.

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** Thing is, even when the earlier seasons had romantic plots, they were always in the background, or weren't more important than the more geeky/nerdy stuff the guys were doing. Now, it's switched around so the romance plots are front and center while the other plots are, mostly, playing second fiddle. This is where the distinction lies for why people feel the show has changed, not for the better, and has just become another ordinary sitcom. I mean, think about it. Unless you got into the show from watching reruns of the earlier seasons, what's there to get into now? What makes the show stand out? Not much. It now feels like ''Series/MikeandMolly'', ''Series/MikeAndMolly'', but with geeks and smart people rather than the people seen in that show, for the most part.



* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: In the Season 7 pilot, Leonard gets hoisted off of a boat by a Kraken's tentacles. It really looks believable.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: In the Season 7 pilot, premiere, Leonard gets hoisted off of a boat by a Kraken's tentacles. It really looks believable.
23rd Jun '16 11:04:32 AM Scsigs
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** Thing is, even when the earlier seasons had romantic plots, they were always in the background, or weren't more important than the more geeky/nerdy stuff the guys were doing. Now, it's switched around so the romance plots are front and center while the other plots are, mostly, playing second fiddle. This is where the distinction lies for why people feel the show has changed, not for the better, and has just become another ordinary sitcom. I mean, think about it. Unless you got into the show from watching reruns of the earlier seasons, what's there to get into now? What makes the show stand out? Not much. It now feels like ''Series/MikeandMolly'', but with geeks and smart people rather than the people seen in that show, for the most part.
9th Jun '16 11:51:36 AM MeAndMyNerdyBat
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* SnarkBait: One of the more popular ones in modern live-action TV, be it due to accusations of SeasonalRot, the portrayal of nerd culture which many see as insulting or just plain wrong, or simple ItsPopularNowItSucks reactions.
7th Jun '16 1:02:40 PM magmablock
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** The audience laughter -- either worth it because the show's that funny, or teeth-grinding levels of annoying that quickly overstay their course and ruin the show.

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** The audience laughter -- either worth it because the show's that funny, or teeth-grinding levels of annoying and frequency that quickly overstay their course and ruin the show.
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