In The Big Bang Theory’s eleventh episode of season seven, we saw the gang (minus Sheldon) come together for the festive season. As Sheldon goes to Texas to be with his family and due to go into labour sister, the group ponder where they would be if it wasn’t for the infamous Sheldon Cooper…and the results are quite surprising.
In this week’s episode of The Big Bang Theory, we were reunited with a familiar face, that of Lucy, Raj’s ex-girlfriend who dumped him in the season six finale. In terms of action, this week was perhaps a little tame compared to previous weeks’; however we do see a shirtless Leonard…more than once, so you know, just a normal episode of TBBT.
In ‘The Itchy Brain Simulation’, Sheldon hopes to teach Leonard a lesson about why he’s so irritable when it comes to certain things.
Every episode of TBBT so far this season, has been great. I don’t know how the writers keep coming up with all these new ideas and hilarious dialogue, but I’m not complaining. In the fifth episode of season 7; Amy is invited to work at CalTech for an experiment which causes a rift within her relationship, whilst Bernadette and Howard have a falling out of their own, leading him to Raj’s sofa.
Another week has flown by, which means another episode of our beloved TBBT. Returning back to its normal three stories an episode (as opposed to last week’s rare, collective group episode); this one was a cracker!
Last week we were treated to not one but TWO episodes of the hit comedy. Sadly, this week we only got one episode, but due to the high-standard of the episode, one was enough.
After Leonard’s controversial return to Pasadena in last week’s episode; ‘The Scavenger Vortex’ displays a funnier, more relaxed environment as the group split off in their twos picked at random (Sheldon & Penny, Howard & Amy and Bernadette & Leonard), to take part in a scavenger hunt, organised by Raj.
In quite a special episode of TBBT we see the famous Bob Newhart make an appearance in the 22nd episode of the series. This time, we see Sheldon and the gang hire Professor Proton (Bob Newhart) who is their childhood hero, after they see he is available for bookings.