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2012-12-20 01:30:18 PM  
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I think it is funny. That is my opinion.
I am also capable of distinguishing between the behavior of characters on television shows and the behavior of real people in the real world. If the show portrayed a group of real physicists behaving realistically as they go about their day to day business then it would probably be the least entertaining show in the history of the world.
I'm not saying there aren't funny physicists in real life; I've known some funny physicists. However, they could not carry a comedy TV series season after season. Their skills and talents lie elsewhere.
2012-12-20 01:20:24 PM  
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Honest Bender: It uses a laugh track

Umm...it really doesn't.  Check the outtakes on your precious youtube.
2012-12-20 11:51:54 AM  
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twobux: Funniest show on TV...sadly, I've been watching Fonzie rev his engine for the last few weeks with the Raj/Stewart relationship.

you are wrong, and should therefore shut the fark up. that show is absolutely horrid.
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