Watch The Big Bang Theory online free – There aren’t many shows that you can watch over and over and still laugh, but this is one of them. Every actor plays their character to perfection, and the writing is great. I will be really sad when it ends. I just hope Netflix would pick it up so I could binge watch start to finish.
Actor: Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco,
Director: Mark Cendrowski,
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Country: United States
Episodes: 24 eps
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Review The Big Bang Theory by Lbarrentine – Very funny show
I found the show to be very funny. The laugh track needs to go though. I was afraid that the girl would be portrayed as a really stereotypical dumb blonde. I was glad to see that she is not. Granted she isn’t a nerd genius like the rest of the characters, but she is just your average person. There is a lot of subtle humor mixed in with the obvious jokes. Good show and I hope it lasts as there are very few comedies on Television now that can actually make me laugh.
Before 100 people insult my taste, humor is subjective. If you can identify with the subject matter, it is funny to you. If you can’t, it isn’t. Having worked in Information Technology for over 25 years, I can see a lot of myself and my friends in Sheldon and Leonard.
By the way, if you are my age, you may get the nod to one of the greats of TV comedy in the lead characters first names.
Review The Big Bang Theory by Yodaoreo – Can’t Get Enough
I didn’t expect much from this show at the beginning of this season, but I have been pleasantly surprised. It has actually become my favorite show this year.
Now, with only one new episode left this season I will miss it over the summer and hope to see it back next year (PLEASE CBS!!!).
There are so many aspects of the show I like. First, I love how various aspects of the nerds relate to the folks I know (mostly in IT). Second, I love how the show flirts with the stereotypes, such as the dumb blond, but doesn’t quite go there. Penny is not dumb, and Raj can be quite social if the circumstances are right. The blending of intellectual and ridiculous is also very well done, so that neither is overwhelming.
Keep it up, and keep this on TV!
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Review The Big Bang Theory by Genuinebovdiesel – Give It a TRY!
Being a physicists, I’m unsure of what to think of this show; however, the chemistry between the “nerds” is terrific! It is great to turn on a show that helps bring me back down to earth. The show may be a tiny bit unrealistic when it comes to how “nerds” actually behave, but you don’t have to be a nerd to appreciate the science humor. In the same respect, the behavior of the “regulars” is a little exaggerated, but is done in such a way which helps accentuate the characters’ contrast.
So what is to lose from watching this show?
You WILL be laughing by the end!
Review The Big Bang Theory by slr_imaging – Guilty Pleasure
This show is definitely one of my guilty pleasures! Tuesdays are spent anxiously awaiting its posting on iTunes so I can download it, as I live in Canada & don’t have cable. TBBT is a trip down memory lane for me, as it IS my high school experience (20+ years ago, I was a smarter Penny). I love the characters, especially Leonard who is adorable, and the smarmy yet surprisingly charming Wolowitz. It has the feel of “Frasier Goes To College”. I do agree though that they should lose the laugh track – annoying, but not enough to make me stop watching. BTW, very smart of CBS to originally have offered the pilot as a free download or I would never have given it a look. Now I’m an addict!
Review The Big Bang Theory by Mattkratz – hilarious
I love this show and think it’s one of the best new shows on television. It expands upon the “boy meets girl” theme. The show features a bunch of ultra-geeky physicists who share an apartment. They are brilliant in the laboratory but totally inept outside of it. In moves gorgeous girl Penny across the hall, and she starts showing them what “real life” is all about. I think everything about this show is first-rate, from the writing and performances to the final cut. I hope this one stays around for a while. It certainly has potential. It is worth it just to watch Kaley Cuoco in it. She acts as good as she looks in it.
Review The Big Bang Theory by Xander Seavy (RiffRaffMcKinley) – A Winner in the Classic CBS Tradition
The network that produced such classic sitcoms in the past as “All in the Family” and “The Munsters” does it again with “The Big Bang Theory,” a tremendous success for Chuck Lorre following his drastic failure with “Dharma & Greg”.
“BBT” follows the witty and sarcasm-soaked misadventures of Leonard and Sheldon, two socially awkward scientists thrust full-force into standard sitcom story lines– themes of rejection, friendship, and pride, among others. The important thing is, the standard sitcom story lines feel new for the first time in decades, mainly because the mile-a-minute dialogue now comes with gloriously incomprehensible techno-babble and high-level jargon that could send Kissinger screaming from a room.
It comes down to essentially this. Spot-on writers and directors handle a spot-on cast in spot-on situations. Those of you who are turned off of shows by audience laughter, it adds a much-needed level of reality to this surreally present crowd-pleaser. And when the Writers’ Strike ends (still happening as this is being written), fans of great comedy should look forward to much more from this high-potential hit.
Because it all started with the Big Bang.
Review The Big Bang Theory by Tonyfencer – Finally A Show About Us
This show is brilliantly written, has a fantastic cast, keeps you laughing from start to finish of every episode, and shows that even particle physics can be funny. For some of you who may not have seen The Big Bang Factor yet it is a lot like Scrubs if you crank up the geek factor and move the characters from a hospital to a laboratory.
I’m not sure what CBS is doing to promote this series but clearly it is not enough. I heard about this show through a friend and I have never seen a commercial for it ever. I don’t know if CBS is trying to keep this show a secret or if their marketing guys just fell asleep at the wheel but this show is fantastic.
The characters, that seem exaggerated at first, are actually believable if you have ever been to a physics conference of any kind or for that matter any comic-con. These “geeks” make up an ever growing segment of our population and I think it is wonderful that they finally have a show to call their own. Perhaps I am biased because of my own nerd tendencies but I have had arguments exactly like the ones in this show with my own clique of nerdy friends. To anyone who ever enjoyed math class watch this show and get your friends who didn’t like math class to watch too because if they get you they will get this show.
Review The Big Bang Theory by Saurabh Pathak – A great show once, an embarrassment now
The Big Bang Theory started off as a unique, captivating sitcom especially for nerds like me who cherished the jokes on interference pattern, quantum theory or be it the limbic system. The show kept its qualities intact, its jokes at par and the acting believable.
Fast forward a few seasons (around season 7, if I recall correctly) and it became a regressive, boring sitcom where the actors seem uninterested, the jokes non-existent. It makes me wonder if there are even writers for this show. The current season is as dreadful as the last season and will make you realize the importance of the time you just wasted watching it.
Watching an episode of the initial seasons and the current season/last season is comparable to hearing Adele and Rebecca Black sing.