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Maciamo
02-05-18, 15:26
The Big Bang Theory (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Big_Bang_Theory) is one of my favourite shows and one of the best sitcoms of all time. It has currently 31 millions likes on Facebook, ahead of other sitcoms like Two and a Half Men (26 million), How I met your mother (22 millions), Friends (20 millions), The Office (9 million), Seinfeld (4.9 millions) and others that don't reach one million likes.

It's really funny and I like the fact that the main characters are exceptionally gifted scientists.

The only problem with the series is that it is so full of inconsistencies. For example, in two episodes of season 3 Raj says sentences in Hindi then translates them, but in season 10, when Sheldon says some in Hindi, he replies that he doesn't understand because he has never really learned Hindi. I spotted at least 10 inconsistencies like that. That kind of series has episodes written by different people and obviously they don't really take the time to review previous episodes for consistency. Then you have the actress that plays the sperm bank receptionist in the first episode of season 1 that is also the ER receptionist in season 4 and the maternity nurse in season 10. Rather unlikely...

Angela
03-05-18, 00:24
The Big Bang Theory (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Big_Bang_Theory) is one of my favourite shows and one of the best sitcoms of all time. It has currently 31 millions likes on Facebook, ahead of other sitcoms like Two and a Half Men (26 million), How I met your mother (22 millions), Friends (20 millions), The Office (9 million), Seinfeld (4.9 millions) and others that don't reach one million likes.

It's really funny and I like the fact that the main characters are exceptionally gifted scientists.

The only problem with the series is that it is so full of inconsistencies. For example, in two episodes of season 3 Raj says sentences in Hindi then translates them, but in season 10, when Sheldon says some in Hindi, he replies that he doesn't understand because he has never really learned Hindi. I spotted at least 10 inconsistencies like that. That kind of series has episodes written by different people and obviously they don't really take the time to review previous episodes for consistency. Then you have the actress that plays the sperm bank receptionist in the first episode of season 1 that is also the ER receptionist in season 4 and the maternity nurse in season 10. Rather unlikely...

I've never watched it, but I will when I get the chance, to see what it's all about.