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:-) But I learned not to overreact and when I saw the actual "Sheldon leaves string theory" episode, I saw some silver linings, too.
The three boys in the school dining hall are sort of excited with the BICEP2 discovery of the primordial gravitational waves – it impressive how current events quickly make it to the story: one of the silver linings – and Sheldon isn't.
As a theoretical physicist, he should be, they rightfully point out.
But he says something weird for the first time (in this episode).
For almost 7 years, I have been an enthusiastic fan of The Big Bang Theory. So you may see that I have spent something like 155 hours of quality time with the sitcom.
The initial seasons have a higher number of views than the newest ones.
I am pretty sure that I've seen every single one of them – on average, I've watched an episode of TBBT 3 times – partly in the original, partly in the Czech dubbing which I started to love pretty soon.
This figure vastly understates how important the sitcom has been in the scheme of my cultural inspiration.
In fact, the original title of this blog post when it was a draft was "My velvet divorce with TBBT".Last week, on April 3rd, they aired the 154th episode, The Indecision Amalgamation, which was the last problem-free one.Sheldon was deciding whether to buy XBOX or a new Play Station, Raj had to simultaneously deal with two potential girlfriends, and Penny got a useless advice from a frustratingly nostalgic Wil Wheaton on whether she should accept an offer in a bad movie.He is interested how the primordial gravitational waves help Joe Sixpack.
I could get used to the comical yet unrealistic obsession of the boys (including Sheldon Cooper) with the science-fiction banalities, to the fact that Leonard's kids won't have a good view of a parade, and to Jim Parsons' being gay (he is still the same excellent actor as he was before even though as a member of the Shamy club [sorry, this was a typo, I originally meant the Shenny club!
], I would have preferred to have never learned about it).