11 Reasons Why The Big Bang Theory Is The Best Show In The World

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This show begins with the episode 01*01 Pilot and the journey is inescapable !

 

1) Doctor Sheldon Cooper, the one of a kind.

A theoretical physic and the king of nerds; He’s the reason why most people watch this show. He’s hysterical at understanding sarcasm and humor.

He believes to have the working knowledge of every important thing in the universe; and if he doesn’t know something then

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2) Because Sheldon is never wrong.

Upon that, he believes he’s never wrong. Another thing that makes Sheldon’s character enjoyable is his firm disbelief in irrational practices while he unknowingly does things that are superstitious.

For eg: his couch which he doesn’t allow anyone to sit on because the reason being (according to him) that

“This seat is ideally located both in relation to the heat source in the winter and a cross breeze in the summer. It faces the television at an angle that is neither direct so that it would not discourage conversations nor at an angle that would cause a parallax distortion.”

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3) And, who can forget knocking thrice on the door while calling out their name!

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Apart from that,

  • He lacks social conventions
  • Prevents interactions with new mates (he feels uncomfortable with too many people around)
  • He has an eidetic memory (remembers everything at a read)
  • He has a comment for every single topic; no matter what subject it is related to.
  • Extreme concerns towards sanity (he avoids physical contact: even hand holding) to prevent germs from other humans entering his body.

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4) He doesn’t like drinking. When he drinks, he loses self control- S03E18 [the last speech]. You’ll laugh your lungs out.

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5) Childish love for trains.

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6) Underestimating people is in his blood.

“Leonard, please don’t take this the wrong way, but the day you win noble prize is the day I began my research on the drag coefficient of tassels on flying carpets!”

To conclude, lets just say he’s the reason behind the show’s success !!

7) RAJESH KOOTHRAPPALI’S SELECTIVE MUTISM

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Koothrappali cannot talk to women unless he’s drunk. Every-time he wishes to communicate with a girl, he whispers with close proximity into Howard’s ears which gives an impression of a gay-relation between the two of them.

The awkward, insulting interrogation with his parent back in New Delhi is another aspect which entertains the viewers. His character as an Indian, failing to understand foreign life-styles also adds onto the humor.

His character in the first six seasons of the show is portrayed as a slightly non-male, lonely person. His role in the show diversifies the range of humor. He’s entertaining!

8) HOWARD JOW WOLOWITZ — THE ONLY NON-PHD

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Howard, is the third member of the foursome who has a somewhat unpleasant relation with his never seen but extra audible mother. his relation with his mother is intensely disturbing and he considers his house to be ‘A Jewish Hell’. Yes, till season 6, he lives with his mother!

He believes to be a ladies man. His outfits in the show are exquisite; for an instance: right from red jeans and red turtle-neck to red shoes! He’s the only member of the group to not obtain his doctorate and often faces mockery from Sheldon who leaves no stone unturned in ridiculing him.

Yet, he’s an Aerospace engineer who has been to the international space station thrice.

Howard is excellent in imitating Stephen Hawking’s robotic voice which sets laughter among the audience during the series.

He is also wonderful at imitating Raj’s Indian tone which Raj always calls ‘racist’

 

9) Sheldon Cooper’s laughter and his ‘unpredictable’ bazinga!

His laugh is hilarious and it will roll down tears of laughter from your eyes!

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10) Bazinga, that’s the way of saying it was a joke well, its  ‘Sheldon style’

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11) The JOKES Comical !

The jokes are never just about science; they’re always about the characters conflict or stubbornness. What the references do is make the show feel real.

Penny: Are we your X-Men?
Sheldon: No. The X-Men were named for the X in Charles Xavier. Since I am Sheldon Cooper, you will be my C-Men.

 

Sheldon: Why are you crying?
Penny: Because I’m stupid!
Sheldon: That’s no reason to cry. One cries because one is sad. For example, I cry because others are stupid, and that makes me sad.

 

(When Leonard was looking to be Sheldon’s roommate)
Sheldon: When do you evacuate your bowels?
Leonard: When I have to.
Sheldon: When you have to?! I’m sorry I don’t rent to hippies.

 

Sheldon: I can’t sleep on your couch, I sleep on a bed! And given its dimensions, I have no intention of living out E.M. Snickering’s beloved children’s book, The Tall Man From Cornwall!
Penny: What?
Sheldon: There was a tall man from Cornwall, whose length exceeded his bed. My body fits on it, but barely upon it, there’s no room for my big Cornish head!

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Sheldon: I made tea.
Leonard: I don’t want tea.
Sheldon: I didn’t make tea for you. This is my tea.
Leonard:Then why are you telling me?
Sheldon: It’s a conversation starter.
Leonard: That’s a lousy conversation starter.
Sheldon: Oh, is it? We’re conversing. Checkmate.

 

Sheldon: I wouldn’t tell you the secret. (pause) Shhhhh!!!!
Leonard: What secret? Tell me the secret.
Sheldon: Mom smokes in the car. Jesus is okay with it, but we can’t tell dad.
Leonard: Not that secret, the other secret.
Sheldon: I’M BATMAN!!!! SHHHH!!!

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Sheldon: Ah, gravity – thou art a heartless bitch.