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Big Bang Theory S8E6: "My Kit Kat Has Melted. All Is Lost"

By Josh Axelrod

“The Expedition Approximation” had two questions on its mind:

  1. Will the balance of power shift between Leonard and Penny now that Penny makes decent money?
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The Hills Have Eyes

Year: 1977
Directed By: Wes Craven
Written By: Wes Craven

RYAN’S REVIEW

This is a classic horror film by one of the men who made a career out of making them. 1,067 more words

Horror

The Big Bang Theory: The First Pitch Insufficiency Review

When I heard that Howard Wolowitz would be throwing out the first pitch at a Los Angeles Angels baseball game, my interest piqued as I dreamed of the possibilities the show’s direction could take. 649 more words

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Big Bang Theory S8E5: "I'll Make the Popcorn"

By Josh Axelrod 

We’ve seen set-ups like this a million times before on this show. The man-children and women will split up for an episode and go off to do their own respective things. 634 more words

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The Big Bang Theory: We're Going to Meet Howard's Cousin -- Yeah, THAT One

I’m a huge fan of The Big Bang Theory. Say what you want, but I’m clearly not the only one. I particularly love Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg), he of the mommy issues and magical belt buckles. 189 more words

Legion Of Leia

Big Bang Theory S8E4: "I Told You She Exists!”

By Josh Axelrod

This week’s “Big Bang Theory” featured two funny yet troubling plotlines. I was really hoping that the guys having to help run Stuart’s comic book store would be a season-long plotline, but instead it just led to some cheap (albeit quite funny) relationship and financial jokes. 591 more words

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Big Bang Theory S8E3: "It's better than hot, it's binding!"

By Josh Axelrod

“The Big Bang Theory” is the ultimate comfort food. With every episode, you can always expect to chuckle a lot, laugh out loud a few times and just have fun with these group of nerds and their unbelievably patient significant others. 521 more words

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