The Big Bang Theory: Season 4
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This season the Big Bang gang’s romantic universe expands. On the rebound from Penny, Leonard falls into the arms of Raj’s sister Priya. Sheldon gets a girlfriend, or rather a friend who is a girl: Amy, a dour neurobiologist who declares herself besties with Penny. Howard and Bernadette heat up. And so do Raj and Bernadette (at least in Raj’s Bollywood daydream). All in the furtherance of award-winning genius comedy.
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Get it? Cause if not, then you are deluded, like Sheldon, & insane.
"My mother had me tested!"
Right, Bazinga Shelly.
The Characters, in case you are not familiar with them are all likable misfits, in their own low self, imagined ways, tho together the cast balances one another out, so perfectly, in an other wise proven, not too perfect world. They, & we all have to share. If we forget that fact, they remind us, in their desfunctunallity, and diversity to cope.
In an other words perilous journeying, thru the gate ways of their humanity, & almost never pay for the consequences,at hand. Till human error arises, and proves genuine, humble inability, to see every flaw the gods laid out, in front of their perfectly planned out- well plans...
Errhem! Brought down to an Earthen plane, no one can understand. But the modern four Stoodges of our time, and that adoring blonde across the hall, who can at times, out wit the guy's, and even the Mighty Sheldore, the most damaged, arrogant, & at times obnoxious, among them. Played by his ultra ego, Jim Parsons, who won two awards already, for his Anal retentive, germ phobic, phobic, stuborn man child, yet all amusingly, lovable, that is once in a great, epiphanous, & momentious of occasional, human connection, such as what is sarcasim??? Sometimes, even secretly, channeling Actor Brent Spiner's Data, & British actor, Chris Barry's infamous Red Dwarfer Admiral AJ. Rimmer, Smeg hed, Via Dr.X, as Sheldon S Cooper.
Johnny Galecki as Leonard Hoffstedder, Kunal Nayyar as Rajessh Koothipolli, & Simon Helberg Moist, as Howard Wolliwitz, and Theodore, as the beaver, with the extended ball. (I'm just testing you, that's from Season 2...) Honestly, I don't know how you can stand upright, without falling over...
But to be Serious, for a milli sec, [whoah, too long Neo...] This show, is just, crazy enough, to last on it's own male merits but enter to the equation, of the formalacic Qauzzzars, of the 4 guy's + 3 equally funny, females, the secondary cast of Characters, who enter, & continue to leave, & enter thru the paradoxial shifts, or Seasonal change ups. Including guest cams, & the show never lets you down, with only breaking of the third walls- & back to Earth, you never feel quite the same again, from when you left it, not realizing you had. But no you really did tink you taw a Romulan, crossing the hyper space ways, back to the Big bang again, thru a black hole, & back again, reassembled, and shaky but not stirred...
Enter the guy's extrodinary three females, wow poor Rajesh, (deaf girl ?) Oh, yeh, by the way, there is a slight paradox for you, you hear him mention her, once, but the ep. Raj's big date, is on season 5 ?! not 4 ?! One big bang goof up, up to this point, there was an ebbing flow, to the BBTH Dvd Universes.
Someone needs to tell the Dvd Company, they F--ed up, and human error, in this case, is no excuse.
Mayim Bialik as Amy, Melissa Raunch as Bernadette, & Kaley Cuoco as Penny, all great actresses in their own right, build the Cast out to a perfect harmonious mis- mosh of the guy's other halves, or are they just unique, & as messed up as the guy's they both try to emulate, & make fun of, just like the guy's, a unified loop, only now, they have an equal playing field.
That on future, hybrid, monkeys, & their Human subjects, who need to to get over the fact that life is just too short, to quibble over symantics, and everyones much too uptite, todaze, in this flawed existence, we were all given, & left with.
So strap on a robotic arm, and a sense of relative humor.
That means Ipads down, workaholics! Cuz we're Blasting off again!
& I just want to add- in a congruent refection, of ourselves, turning on a bilatterial axis.
Just enjoy the funny, dag nab it! Again, & yes again, to 8 infinity, to Sheldon is to-
& Bazinga to you all! - Lol & XOs -BB
The show is, in one word, AMAZING. I've read a lot of different comments from people, some who thought it was too geeky, or too sexist etc - personally, I think that the first four seasons are absolutely ground-breaking in the same way that Friends was in the 90s. The characters all have their quirks but I firmly believe just about anyone with a sense of humor will find themselves laughing hard and often! The puns and jokes in the first four seasons, along with new characters in later seasons to support the main cast, are absolutely hilarious - and I was beyond delighted to find Mayim Bialik back on screen with fervor!
My only qualm for the first few seasons is that I really wish they'd given more screen time and a more substantial role to Sara Gilbert. Reuniting her with Johnny Galecki after the two were an on-screen couple in the 80s in Roseanne, Sara Gilbert still brought the same biting snarkasm to all her TBBT cameos, and I still think she would've made a perfect complement for the main cast.
Either way, the actors all do a fantastic job - although even for a "newbie" fan like myself, it's clear from the get-go why Jim Parsons' portrayal of the neurotic, hypochondriac and egocentric Dr. Sheldon Cooper is considered the breakaway character of the show. The first few season are a lot cleaner than the later seasons, although I will admit that the running theme of what seems to be implied bisexuality on the part of several characters is a bit weird and confusing at time. All the same, the show is absolutely fantastic and I would urge anyone to at least give it a try!
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