Big Bang Theory - Going out with a Bang, or a Thud.
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    Big Bang Theory - Going out with a Bang, or a Thud.

    So tonight is the finale of my all-time favorite sitcom. The name of tonight's episode is "The Change Constant - The Stockholm Syndrome". So I'm guessing it has something to do with the Nobel Prize. Fans of the show know that the Nobel in Physics has been Sheldon's obsession, so what's your prediction as to how the show wraps up? My guess is that Sheldon doesn't win it, but some other character does. Maybe Barry (Bawie) Kripke. Or maybe Wolowitz wins it as an engineer for his work on the ISS.
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    Like every episode for the last 5 years, it will be predictable and boring.
    "L'enfer, c'est les autres"

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    If the title were GOT worthy clue, then, as these few, these merry bands of brothers (and sisters) set forth upon their life's next journeys, then almost all will be transfixed in learning that Penny's last name is "Lane" or "Loafer" or some other copper related appellative.

    That or all of this was just a dream to Bob Newhart.

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    dunno, never watch sitcoms...

    they universally suck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    dunno, never watch sitcoms...

    they universally suck.
    the Universe appears to be expanding... universally unsucking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Time Toulouse View Post
    Like every episode for the last 5 years, it will be predictable and boring.
    You predict it will be predictable? Dude, that's one high-level Jedi mind-trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akirasho View Post
    That or all of this was just a dream to Bob Newhart.
    Thatís doable, except Suzanne Pleshette RIP. He did make a couple of appearances as Professor Proton. To me the show went downhill after a few seasons as they felt all major characters had to be in a romantic relationship.

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    Satisfied! No need for a blowout.

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    The story was nothing special, just a sentimental goodbye. I noticed the acting was quite a bit better, though, especially Leonard (Galecki), Penny (Cuoco) and Amy (Bialik), it looked to me like they stepped it up a notch or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    dunno, never watch sitcoms...

    they universally suck.
    since 1998 they sure have sucked
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    dunno, never watch sitcoms...

    they universally suck.
    How do you know that sitcoms suck if you never watch them?
    And yet, you felt compelled to comment on a subject about which you have no knowledge? That's a productive use of your time.
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    Chuck Lorre was less kind to Sheen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanE View Post
    How do you know that sitcoms suck if you never watch them?
    And yet, you felt compelled to comment on a subject about which you have no knowledge? That's a productive use of your time.
    insert laugh-track...
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    I'm bias, cuz ...well, I'd have to kill you if we told you.

    Remember. In Writers-Game, go for syndication deals, never go for paid in full at each episode.

    I love BB ending. I had to.

    And so on, like, as if, and such as maps globally, and that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanE View Post
    How do you know that sitcoms suck if you never watch them?
    And yet, you felt compelled to comment on a subject about which you have no knowledge? That's a productive use of your time.
    he's right. I checked them out. they all suck for 20 years now

    OK I squirmed through Parks and Rec, but my wife bailed by season 4 (recent binge) and she was right to do so!

    - Eretz, man the world is unfair to writers! So under appreciated and immensely crucial to the art of light and sound. But I always think of them first when enjoying movies and TV. As for BB, man that was a writers' tour de force, and this despite the mediocrity of the actor Brian Cranston. The writing and the supporting cast made that story work.
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    I have to admit to never watching an episode from start to finish. I would flip to it and would never really capture my interest.

    Maybe a few years from now it will be in syndication and on the TV in my hospice room. I'll be watching an episode as I drool and soil myself. At that moment it will all make humorous sense. Then the grim reaper taps me on the shoulder.

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    Well, I liked it. *shrug* I also liked the ending of Young Sheldon.
    It's all fun and games until someone ends up in a cone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retro Grouch View Post
    Then the grim reaper taps me on the shoulder.

    Ö it's sooooo cute that you think with that 9 foot bladed stick, it's gonna start with "taps me on the shoulder"...

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