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Tuesday, August 20 2013

'The Big Bang Theory' and the Rise of the Pathologically Nerdy in Sitcom TV

In The Big Bang Theory, men of the knowledge economy find themselves at the top of a power ladder, which in no way represents the old torments of the schoolyard.


Tuesday, August 21 2012

Murder, They Watched: Are the French Obsessed with American Crime Drama?

Why are there so many American police procedurals on French TV? Is it because French women have a massive crush on David Caruso? This and other hypotheses come to mind...


Reviews

Wednesday, September 22 2010

'The Big Bang Theory' Season Four Premiere

The real target of The Big Bang Theory's satire is the arbitrary, self-serving stupidity of mainstream culture.


Sunday, September 23 2007

The Big Bang Theory

The Bang Theory's translation of Beauty and the Geek to a sitcom format is not nearly fresh.


News

Monday, April 9 2012

Stephen Hawking works his comedic chops on ‘The Big Bang Theory’

LOS ANGELES — Stephen Hawking may have an impeccable understanding of space-time, but his comedic timing is pretty good too. At least that’s according to


Wednesday, February 8 2012

Audiences are noticing Johnny Galecki, and now the Emmys and Globes are too

LOS ANGELES — Johnny Galecki seeks to be average. The star of “The Big Bang Theory” is seated outside a small Hollywood restaurant, talking about his


Friday, January 15 2010

Fast chat with 'Big Bang Theory' star Jim Parsons

If there is one breakthrough TV role over the past year or so, it is Jim Parsons' turn as physicist Sheldon Cooper in the hit


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