I downloaded it free from iTunes. It was OK. I'll give it another shot.
Same here. Both me and the wife thought it was hilarious, and my wife's not half the geek I am.Royster said:"Schlomo Tivowitz"?
This was an LOL show for me. Unfortunately, that means it is DOOMED.
Two threads and no one comments on the joke just before the first break?Marc said:I watched this show on my iPod at the gym a couple of days ago. I don't think it's all that great, but I have to admit that I laughed several times at some of the geek humor.
"What do you want to do?"
"I want to leave."
"What's the protocol for leaving?"
"I don't know. I've never reneged on a proffer of sperm before."
I was getting a strong "Niles" vibe from Sheldon myself.hanumang said:I dunno about all the venom spewed at this show. I think thefutoncritic had it right when he described it as (basically) "Niles & Frasier: the Early Years." To each their own.
Can you elaborate on the "vanity card" thing? Where do I know Chuck Lorre from? Was he "King of Queens?mwhip said:Chuck Lorre makes this show for me. Heck I will tune in just to read his vanity card every week it is one of the main reason I watch 2.5 Men.
He is the producer of Big Bang Theory, as well as Two and a Half Men and (formerly) Dharma and Greg. At the end of each episode in the credits there is a block of text where the production company's information goes, and if you pause to read it, it contains various ramblings from Mr. Lorre.ScottE22 said:Can you elaborate on the "vanity card" thing? Where do I know Chuck Lorre from? Was he "King of Queens?
At the end of the show, when the production companies have their logos (or plates) displayed, Chuck Lorre's plate contains a story. One that members of this forum would appreciate...ScottE22 said:Can you elaborate on the "vanity card" thing? Where do I know Chuck Lorre from? Was he "King of Queens?