But real geeks love doing this. LAN parties.dswallow said:I enjoyed it, though real geeks wouldn't have needed to gather together in person to do what they did... well, except for when the "internet was down."
Not alone, me and the wife were watching together last night and both of us were laughing our butts off. I really like he show. Sara Gilbert was great to see on TV.dimented said:I must be alone. I have found this show hilarious from the beginning, and still do.
They get married, swap apartments, introduce babies, et. al. I hear it can sustain a full decade of episodes, at least.Haps said:I just have a big problem with boy chases girl being the major plot point of a show. Because either it gets annoying real quick with the chasing and failing or they get together and then what...
Spoiled just if you want to figure it out on your owndswallow said:I really love the opening song; it reminds me of some group I can't quite identify yet, but it's gonna bother me until I figure it out.
I think this is what I love about the show. They got geeks down pretty well. Just like the Superman explanation last week...Rob Helmerichs said:But real geeks love doing this. LAN parties.
I know someone who does it all the time.
(And no, it's not me. I'm not into that stuff. My real geekiness expresses itself in different ways!)
The opening reminds of They Might be Giants but it's not them.dswallow said:I really love the opening song; it reminds me of some group I can't quite identify yet, but it's gonna bother me until I figure it out.
That's who created the theme song for the show, yes... but I'm thinking there's some group back in the 80's that had a similar lyrical style they're emulating with that theme song, and not remembering it is what's bothering me.Einselen said:Spoiled just if you want to figure it out on your own
Ta da. Thanks, that's what was bothering me!DancnDude said:The opening reminds of They Might be Giants but it's not them.