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I just love this show! If you can appreciate great writing and great acting than this show is for you.
The chemistry between the "nerds" is terrific!
The center of activity is Sheldon's and Leonard's shared apartment in which the elevator has never worked. Why it doesn't work is explained in one of the episodes. Their friends and colleagues are Howard, who dresses like it is the 1970's, has very bad pick-up lines, and is henpecked by his never seen mother, (That is the fun of it - what DOES she look like?), and Raj, an astrophysicist who is so shy with... read
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The lovable but annoying physicist Sheldon lives with his roommate physicist Leonard. One day aspiring actress Penny moves across the hall. From the minute she and Leonard meet he has only eyes for Penny. Leonard invites Penny over for dinner and ever since she has been a part of their group. Other members of their group include aerospace engineer Howard Wolowitz (who used to live with never seen mother) and astrophysicist Rajesh Koothrappali (who had first couldn't talk to women with a drink in hand). Over time other people have... read
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