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If you think the writing and directing is so super duper, why don't you nominate one of this season's episodes or directors?

Because only members of the writing and directing branches vote for the nominees in those categories. Otherwise, I would be happy to.
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I love how a repeat of Big Bang tied for first. Powerhouse show that a repeat can tie for first.
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We've established it's been nominated for "Best Comedy", but the original question was that it has not been nominated for writing or directing. Despite being nominated twice for Best Comedy, it has rightly lost to a better comedy each time.
If you think the writing and directing is so super duper, why don't you nominate one of this season's episodes or directors? Feel free to nominate it again for Best Comedy, it's just going to lose again.

You know, you sound really mad that this show is doing so good and is so popular. If you don't like it that is OK, but you can't deny that it is a rating juggernaut and one of top shows on TV. If you are that mad, why do you watch/post? Seems like you get mad whenever someone mentions how good the show is. Just saying and all.
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You know, you sound really mad that this show is doing so good and is so popular. If you don't like it that is OK, but you can't deny that it is a rating juggernaut and one of top shows on TV. If you are that mad, why do you watch/post? Seems like you get mad whenever someone mentions how good the show is. Just saying and all.
That's a good question. You're right, it is a ratings juggernaut. The syndication replays for this show have catapulted TBBT to meteoric highs.

I'm not "mad" at this show. I've been watching since the pilot. You can go back in this thread, now over 2000 posts, and see that I've had over 100 posts here. I really liked this show in the first few seasons. But in the last few years, it has become yet another Chuck Lorre formulaic "comedy". I would simply like for this show to return to its former greatness, instead of going for the easy laughs and trying to be as widely appealing as possible.

I only have to go so far as comparing the recent Dungeon and Dragons episode with the one Community did last year to see what funny comedy is. Community is a whole different story (and you can go in that thread to read the lackluster comments on its season 4), but I maintain that this once great show is no longer "Emmy worthy". I'm only watching at this point to see if it gets better.

Note: This doesn't take anything away from the actors. They read the scripts they're given, and do it well.
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That's a good question. You're right, it is a ratings juggernaut. The syndication replays for this show have catapulted TBBT to meteoric highs.

I'm not "mad" at this show. I've been watching since the pilot. You can go back in this thread, now over 2000 posts, and see that I've had over 100 posts here. I really liked this show in the first few seasons. But in the last few years, it has become yet another Chuck Lorre formulaic "comedy". I would simply like for this show to return to its former greatness, instead of going for the easy laughs and trying to be as widely appealing as possible.

I only have to go so far as comparing the recent Dungeon and Dragons episode with the one Community did last year to see what funny comedy is. Community is a whole different story (and you can go in that thread to read the lackluster comments on its season 4), but I maintain that this once great show is no longer "Emmy worthy". I'm only watching at this point to see if it gets better.

Note: This doesn't take anything away from the actors. They read the scripts they're given, and do it well.

Fair enough. Hopefully they get back to the form you like, until then, it works for millions of others. I for one thought last season was a turning point to a lackliuster previous season and I thought this season was hitting all cylinders.
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Critics' Choice TV Awards: 'Game of Thrones' and 'Breaking Bad' Tie for Best Drama, 'Big Bang Theory' Wins Best Comedy
By Tim Molloy, TheWrap.com - Jun. 10, 2013

On a night of several ties at the 3rd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards, HBO's "Game of Thrones" and AMC's "Breaking Bad" were both named Best Drama Series and CBS's "Big Bang Theory" won for Best Comedy Series.

CBS's "Big Bang Theory" led the night with three awards: Kaley Cuoco tied for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy with Eden Sher of ABC's "The Middle," and Simon Helberg won for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy.

The night's other tie came in the Best Reality Series category, where A&E's "Duck Dynasty" tied Sundance's "Push Girls."

Perhaps the biggest surprise of the night was Tatiana Maslany (left), who won Best Actress in a Drama Series for BBC's "Orphan Black." She beat actresses including last year's winner, Claire Danes. Bryan Cranston had his second consecutive win for Best Actor in a Drama Series for "Breaking Bad."

Louis C.K. won for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for FX's "Louie," and Julia Louis-Dreyfus won for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for HBO's "Veep."

Elisabeth Moss was named Best Actress in a Movie or Miniseries for Sundance's "Top of The Lake," and Michael Douglas won Best Actor in a Movie or Miniseries for "Behind the Candelabra." Presenters Josh Gad and Aubrey Plaza jokingly mispronounced his name, pretending that the category's nominees -- who also included Matt Damon and Al Pacino -- were all relative unknowns.

Here is the complete list of Critics' Choice TV Awards nominees and winners. Winners are in bold/red.

BEST COMEDY SERIES
The Big Bang Theory – CBS
Louie – FX
The Middle – ABC
New Girl – FOX
Parks and Recreation – NBC
Veep – HBO

BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Don Cheadle (House of Lies) – Showtime
Louis C.K. (Louie) – FX
Jake Johnson (New Girl) – FOX
Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) – CBS
Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) – NBC
Jeremy Sisto (Suburgatory) – ABC

BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Laura Dern (Enlightened) – HBO
Zooey Deschanel (New Girl) – FOX
Lena Dunham (Girls) – HBO
Sutton Foster (Bunheads) – ABC Family
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep) – HBO
Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) – NBC

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Max Greenfield (New Girl) – FOX
Simon Helberg (The Big Bang Theory) - CBS
Alex Karpovsky (Girls) – HBO
Adam Pally (Happy Endings) – ABC
Chris Pratt (Parks and Recreation) – NBC
Danny Pudi (Community) – NBC

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY (tie)
Carly Chaikin (Suburgatory) – ABC
Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory) – CBS
Sarah Hyland (Modern Family) – ABC
Melissa Rauch (The Big Bang Theory) – CBS
Eden Sher (The Middle) – ABC
Casey Wilson (Happy Endings) – ABC

BEST GUEST PERFORMER IN A COMEDY SERIES
Melissa Leo (Louie) – FX
David Lynch (Louie) – FX
Bob Newhart (The Big Bang Theory) – CBS
Patton Oswalt (Parks and Recreation) – NBC
Molly Shannon (Enlightened) – HBO
Patrick Wilson (Girls) – HBO

BEST DRAMA SERIES (tie)
The Americans – FX
Breaking Bad – AMC
Downton Abbey – PBS
Game of Thrones – HBO
The Good Wife – CBS
Homeland – Showtime

BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) – AMC
Damian Lewis (Homeland) – Showtime
Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead) - AMC
Timothy Olyphant (Justified) – FX
Matthew Rhys (The Americans) – FX
Kevin Spacey (House of Cards) – Netflix

BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Claire Danes (Homeland) – Showtime
Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel) – A&E
Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife) – CBS
Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) – BBC America
Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men) – AMC
Keri Russell (The Americans) – FX

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad) – AMC
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game of Thrones) – HBO
Michael Cudlitz (Southland) – TNT
Noah Emmerich (The Americans) – FX
Walton Goggins (Justified) – FX
Corey Stoll (House of Cards) – Netflix

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter) – Showtime
Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) – HBO
Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad) – AMC
Regina King (Southland) – TNT
Monica Potter (Parenthood) – NBC
Abigail Spencer (Rectify) – Sundance

BEST GUEST PERFORMER IN A DRAMA SERIES
Jim Beaver (Justified) – FX
Jane Fonda (The Newsroom) – HBO
Martha Plimpton (The Good Wife) – CBS
Carrie Preston (The Good Wife) – CBS
Diana Rigg (Game of Thrones) – HBO
Jimmy Smits (Sons of Anarchy) – FX

BEST MOVIE OR MINISERIES
American Horror Story: Asylum – FX
Behind the Candelabra – HBO
The Crimson Petal and the White – Encore
The Hour – BBC America
Political Animals – USA
Top of the Lake – Sundance

BEST ACTOR IN A MOVIE OR MINISERIES
Benedict Cumberbatch (Parade's End) – HBO
Matt Damon (Behind the Candelabra) – HBO
Michael Douglas (Behind the Candelabra) – HBO
Toby Jones (The Girl) – HBO
Al Pacino (Phil Spector) – HBO
Dominic West (The Hour) – BBC America

BEST ACTRESS IN A MOVIE OR MINISERIES
Angela Bassett (Betty & Coretta) – Lifetim
Romola Garai (The Hour) – BBC America
Rebecca Hall (Parade's End) – HBO
Jessica Lange (American Horror Story: Asylum) – FX
Elisabeth Moss (Top of the Lake) – Sundance
Sigourney Weaver (Political Animals) – USA

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MOVIE OR MINISERIES
James Cromwell (American Horror Story: Asylum) – FX
Peter Mullan (Top of the Lake) – Sundance
Zachary Quinto (American Horror Story: Asylum) – FX
Sebastian Stan (Political Animals) – USA
David Wenham (Top of the Lake) – Sundance
Thomas M. Wright (Top of the Lake) – Sundance

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MOVIE OR MINISERIES
Ellen Burstyn (Political Animals) – USA
Sienna Miller (The Girl) – HBO
Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story: Asylum) – FX
Lily Rabe (American Horror Story: Asylum) – FX
Imelda Staunton (The Girl) – HBO
Alfre Woodard (Steel Magnolias) – Lifetime

BEST REALITY SERIES (tie)
Duck Dynasty – A&E
The Moment – USA
Pawn Stars – History Channel
Push Girls – Sundance
Small Town Security – AMC
Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan – BBC America

BEST REALITY SERIES – COMPETITION
Chopped – Food Network
Face Off – Syfy
Shark Tank – ABC
So You Think You Can Dance – FOX
Survivor – CBS
The Voice – NBC

BEST REALITY HOST
Tom Bergeron (Dancing With the Stars) – ABC
Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance) – FOX
Gordon Ramsay (Hell’s Kitchen/Masterchef) – FOX
RuPaul (RuPaul’s Drag Race) – Logo
Ryan Seacrest (American Idol) – FOX
Kurt Warner (The Moment) – USA

BEST TALK SHOW
Conan – TBS
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart – Comedy Central
The Ellen DeGeneres Show – Warner Brothers Television Distribution
Jimmy Kimmel Live! – ABC
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon – NBC
Marie – Hallmark Channel

BEST ANIMATED SERIES
Adventure Time – Cartoon Network
Archer – FX
Phineas and Ferb – Disney Channel
Regular Show – Cartoon Network
The Simpsons – FOX
Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Cartoon Network

http://www.thewrap.com/tv/article/critics-choice-awards-game-thrones-and-breaking-bad-tie-best-drama-big-bang-theory-wins-best
post #2077 of 2539
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Here is the complete list of Critics' Choice TV Awards nominees and winners. Winners are in bold/red.

Thanks for the list, but since the winners aren't showing in Bold or Red, wouldn't it be just as effective to just post the link to the article? biggrin.gif
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Thanks for the list, but since the winners aren't showing in Bold or Red, wouldn't it be just as effective to just post the link to the article? biggrin.gif

It's in a different thread, I noticed the same thing.cool.gif
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Thanks for the list, but since the winners aren't showing in Bold or Red, wouldn't it be just as effective to just post the link to the article? biggrin.gif

My bad, looks like I lost all the formatting when I posted it.
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'Big Bang Theory' writers take to Comic-Con floor
By Bill Keveney, USA Today - Jul. 21, 2013

SAN DIEGO — Bill Prady, co-creator of The Big Bang Theory, has some advice for navigating the throngs of Comic-Con weekend.

Don't assume Sunday, the final day, will be an easy stroll on the convention floor. It's a very busy day with deals to be made, as sellers want to reduce the amount of collectibles they have to pack up and bring home.

"I thought Sunday would be the best morning," he says while giving USA TODAY a tour of the crowded floor on Friday. "It's the worst morning."

"The other Comic-Con tip is if you're walking on the floor and you see something you think you want to buy, buy it, because you're not going to make it back" because of the crowd flow, he said. "And if you don't like it, there's a place over here to sell used stuff, so sell it."

Prady and executive producer Steven Molaro, who runs the daily operations of the hit CBS comedy, know Comic-Con and its domain of science fiction, fantasy, comics and video games. If that sounds like Sheldon, Leonard and their buddies, it's not a coincidence.

"There's no differentiation between us and the characters. The arguments that the characters have — Could Superman catch Lois Lane without hurting her? — those are arguments we have passionately in the writers' room," Prady says. "When it comes time to write the stuff about pop culture and science fiction and comic books, there's no research to be done. We write the stuff we're passionate about."

He gives an example, referring to a couple of SyFy series. "We loved Caprica and the characters were passionate about Caprica. Sheldon was as devastated as I was that Alphas was canceled."

Molaro adds: "We're not wondering what it's like to be a nerdy person who's into something. We're very familiar with that feeling. ... These are our childhoods and teenage years and adult events."

Big Bang, which will enter its seventh season this fall (Sept. 26, 8 p.m. ET/PT), even features its own comic-book store set.

"I remember the day we saw the comic book store for the first time on stage, and we were giddy about it," Molaro says. "We all went in as if we were at a comic-book store and just started flipping through the comics and looking at all the collectibles."

Prady is a longtime fan of Star Trek who's lately taken to Doctor Who and the BBC America series Orphan Black. Molaro is a Trek fan, too, who grew up fascinated by Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

The show's writers' room is peppered with conversations about The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones and the writers play Dungeons & Dragons and a parody, Munchkin, there.

Pop culture is important to their characters, too.

"If you're a kid growing up and you're bullied or you're on the outside, the fantasy of being able to gain superpowers and overcome that situation is a very strong one and runs very deep. And I think it runs deep in the childhoods of these characters, as well," Molaro says.

Over the course of six visits to Comic-Con, Prady and Molaro have seen their show go from newcomer to being its own pop-culture phenomenon, with everything from Big Bang T-shirts to character figurines featured at the convention.

The show's ratings strength and critical acclaim provides them perks as fans, too. When Molaro was growing up, he went to Star Trek conventions to meet George Takei. Years later, Takei was a guest star on his show. "That's pretty awesome," Molaro said.

Roaming the floor of Comic-Con can lead to stories for the series. Last year, Molaro found a table of various dice that inspired a Dungeons & Dragons episode.

On this day, the two are out there again, seeing some things they find fascinating, such as a display put together by someone trying to replicate the bridge set from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

"That's real passion," Prady says admiringly.

Later, Prady spots something at the BBC America booth that interests him, but as soon as he gets there he's off in another direction to a booth displaying uniforms from the original Star Trek.

"This is insane heaven," he says. "The amount I would have wanted this when I was 12, if that energy could have been harnessed, it would have solved the energy crisis."

That leads to a trip to another booth where Prady picks up a Lee Adama flight jacket from Battlestar Galactica, another of his favorites.

Molaro enjoys taking in the sights on the floor and says one of the treats, besides the collectibles, is the interaction with fans of the show who themselves are pop-culture aficionados.

"We tend to be isolated so this is a chance to talk to people who actually watch the show," he says. "Right now, we're about three or four weeks into writing the next season and this is such a jolt of energy. When we interact with the fans, it gets us so excited and ready to produce the next season."

http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2013/07/21/big-bang-theory-writers-take-to-comic-con-floor/2572413/
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http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/20/showbiz/comic-con-big-bang-theory/index.html?hpt=hp_t5

Excerpt:

In the hour-long conversation, the actors, writers and producers teased details about the show's upcoming seventh season, which premieres on September 26.

They confirmed Leonard will take the offer from Stephen Hawking that was presented in the sixth season's finale. Kunal Nayyar 's character Raj Koothrappali will be figuring out how to speak to women without the influence of alcohol, and Bernadette and Amy (Mayim Bialik) may take their first trip away without Penny (Kaley Cuoco).

The cast of "The Big Bang Theory."The real question, one that has been plaguing fans especially since last season, is whether Jim Parsons' Sheldon Cooper and Amy will finally consummate their romantic relationship.

"I"ll use Sheldon's words and say 'It's a possibility,'" writer Steve Holland said.
post #2082 of 2539
My guess is that Sheldon will have a stroke of genious during his first coitus and THAT will make him want to keep doing it over and over.
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I admit I haven't followed the thread because I don't like the show, but from time to time I watch a show because of friends who are true believers. So maybe this is addressed somewhere in previous pages...

How do you fans stand the canned laughter??? It's enormously intrusive and obnoxious. The show is obviously constructed and paced to require the audience, or the illusion of an audience, but really.

In an interview over the weekend, Bob Newhart was interviewed about his Emmy win and he said one of the things that convinced him to do the guest spot on this show was that it is filmed before a live studio audience. He refused other shows because they were not in front of an audience and he feels to truly get the best performance from a comedian you need to be in front of a live audience.

Congrats to Bob on his win.

Reminder, new season starts this week. There are two new episodes back to back, not one full hour but two half hour episodes, just an FYI for your recordings.
post #2084 of 2539
Since the show is in front of a studio audience, how do they film the stair walking sequences? I know they probably just have one set for the different floors and they just keep walking through it, but for the audience, that must be really boring because you lose the continuity of the scene when they have to reset for the next floor even though it's supposed to be one continuous conversation.
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but for the audience, that must be really boring

That's the magic of television. And also why having a live audience does not mean they are laughing all the time. The first time they walk up and down the stair set could be the best reaction but the worst take, so that audience response will be mixed into the audio of the final take that makes it to air. The only time a studio audience reaction is really genuine is when a show is live and in one take, but even then the audience may have already sat through rehearsals of a scene and have to be pumped up off camera for the filming.
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Since the show is in front of a studio audience, how do they film the stair walking sequences? I know they probably just have one set for the different floors and they just keep walking through it, but for the audience, that must be really boring because you lose the continuity of the scene when they have to reset for the next floor even though it's supposed to be one continuous conversation.

You can see the same marks if you looks close, like on the elevator door frame and such, so they just walk up it, cut, walk back down the one flight, etc. They never show them walking up behind the elevator except in the lobby set, so they are just walking up that one small flight of stairs each time, stop and repeat. Audiences get to see a lot of behind the scenes stuff and are there way longer then a shows run time
post #2087 of 2539
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Also congrats to Jim Parsons on his win, well deserved if you ask me. He is great in that role.
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The only time a studio audience reaction is really genuine is when a show is live and in one take, but even then the audience may have already sat through rehearsals of a scene and have to be pumped up off camera for the filming.
I've been to a taping of Conan O'Brien (when he was still doing the Tonight Show) and the whole episode was filmed in an hour straight through. There were "commercial" breaks, where the band played a song. The graphics were overlaid on the monitors for the audience in real-time, so it was basically like watching the show from home. There was no dress rehearsal for audience members.

My parents went to a Big Bang Theory taping, and it took a while due to all the re-shoots and such, as you mentioned.

I've never been, but I believe that Saturday Night Live's dress rehearsals are not done for the same audience as the live tapings. And the dress rehearsals are recorded, because sometimes those segments will air for the West Coast if the East Coast segment had an issue.
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I've been to a taping of Conan O'Brien (when he was still doing the Tonight Show) and the whole episode was filmed in an hour straight through. There were "commercial" breaks, where the band played a song. The graphics were overlaid on the monitors for the audience in real-time, so it was basically like watching the show from home. There was no dress rehearsal for audience members.

My parents went to a Big Bang Theory taping, and it took a while due to all the re-shoots and such, as you mentioned.

I've never been, but I believe that Saturday Night Live's dress rehearsals are not done for the same audience as the live tapings. And the dress rehearsals are recorded, because sometimes those segments will air for the West Coast if the East Coast segment had an issue.

Thank you for sharing your and your parents' observations and experiences. I appreciate the insight.
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That's the magic of television. And also why having a live audience does not mean they are laughing all the time. The first time they walk up and down the stair set could be the best reaction but the worst take, so that audience response will be mixed into the audio of the final take that makes it to air. The only time a studio audience reaction is really genuine is when a show is live and in one take, but even then the audience may have already sat through rehearsals of a scene and have to be pumped up off camera for the filming.

I've been to a few sitcom tapings, and they usually don't do any rehearsals. There is usually a lot of standing around with the director talking to the actors (which you can't hear), and then they do the scene until they get it the way they want it. You may have to sit through the same thing 5 or 6 times. Sometimes they change the scene as they go along. It's very interesting, at times, but mostly it's a very long, and very boring day. During one taping, it took 8 hours to get 22 minutes of show.
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Excellent premiere episodes. The second one, where Howard and Raj hold each others breasts, man that was freaking hilarous. Howard trying to jiggle has become one of my favorite momments on this show.

I was sure they were going to take away Raj's ability to speak to women. Now that they did not, I think I like it, it opens up more potential comedy because of his geek talk to women and just not talking properly to them. There were some funny momments are Raj and the things he was saying to women. I really hope they don't throw him into a relationship with the HR lady. It would be funnier having him continue to say inappropriate things to woman instead of hooking up already.
post #2092 of 2539
Great episodes last night with the second one being hilarious. The Raj and Howard scene touching each other's chest was funny as hell. I agree that Raj should not hook up with the HR lady but I do see that eventually happening.
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Excellent premiere episodes. The second one, where Howard and Raj hold each others breasts, man that was freaking hilarous. Howard trying to jiggle has become one of my favorite momments on this show.

I was sure they were going to take away Raj's ability to speak to women. Now that they did not, I think I like it, it opens up more potential comedy because of his geek talk to women and just not talking properly to them. There were some funny momments are Raj and the things he was saying to women. I really hope they don't throw him into a relationship with the HR lady. It would be funnier having him continue to say inappropriate things to woman instead of hooking up already.

Yes, Howard getting overdosed with Estrogen by massaging the cream on his mother with no gloves was hilarious. Loved the scene in the hotel room when Amy and Bernadette are talking about the guys that bought them drinks. Still a fresh and funny show.
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Penny in her sleeping clothes = wow, she still got it

She interacted with Sheldon a lot, kinda hoping he "get it up" after watching Penny so much with so little clothes...
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Loved the scene in the hotel room when Amy and Bernadette are talking about the guys that bought them drinks. Still a fresh and funny show.

My girlfriend said that scene is a 100% accurate portrayal of what women do when they're alone.
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I really liked the interaction Penny and Sheldon were having. Very nice. Sheldon missing Leonard so bad and trying to pretend he didn't was to funny.
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Yes, Howard getting overdosed with Estrogen by massaging the cream on his mother with no gloves was hilarious. Loved the scene in the hotel room when Amy and Bernadette are talking about the guys that bought them drinks. Still a fresh and funny show.

Yeah that was hilarious. I loved how they both liked the versions of each others significant other.
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My girlfriend said that scene is a 100% accurate portrayal of what women do when they're alone.

She only told you 2/3 of it! I have heard a similar story from an ex GF especially when there has been alcohol involved and they both head back to the Hotel. Remember those lyrics from the Way we were? "Feelings, nothing more than feelings"! They will deny it to their graves if you press the issue. tongue.gif

Great episodes and great cast.
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I thought last night with the scavenger hunt was one of the funniest episodes BBT has ever had. Could not stop laughing at Bernadette and Leonard. Amy and Howard were great together too.
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Hands down one of the best episodes ever. Brilliant move to pair them each up with someone they usually don't interact with. Really let them stretch in their roles and flex their comedic muscle. Just all around fantastic and I couldn't stop laughing.
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