Big Bang Theory
October 14, 2011 by staff
Big Bang Theory, Howard never thought would end up being more mature man in The Big Bang Theory. However, in “The Russian rocket reaction,” showed that you are really prepared to be in a relationship.
Like Howard, if you were given an equivalent opportunity to go into space, I’d be so excited that I will accept it before speaking with members of my partner and family as well. Probably not what to do, but I can see how it would happen, especially in situations of Howard. Not only has he had gone a lot, but he is committed recently. A period of adjustment to all decision making is not unexpected.
Howard showed his maturity in the car when he decided to speak with Bernadette. In the past, I think I would have just pouted and stood firm. Surprisingly, it was Bernadette, usually the most rooted in the relationship, acted improperly by not discussing the subject and then ratting him to his mother.
While the show is a comedy, I enjoyed watching a real game situation. And, well, it was fun! Therefore, Howard will actually end up going into space? I guess not, and I have great hope that the writers will come up one hilarious situation to keep their space adventure.
In contrast to the real life struggle of Howard and Bernadette, who saw the artificial, but laugh-inducing struggle between Sheldon and Leonard Wil Wheaton. Leonard Should have gone to the party? I’m not sure. Sheldon has its quirks that create situations that allow different actions that most normal friends. In most cases, a friend, do not go to the party’s enemy is your best friend. However, Sheldon grudge against Wil Wheaton was not normal.
In the end, I’m not sure if I’m happy that Sheldon-Wilson rivalry is over or not. It was comedy gold for both. Maybe his spots Wil has become mortal enemy invited Brent Spiner, however. And maybe we’ll see more of Wil Wheaton, a little less of Evil Wil Wheaton.
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