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Series 10 - Episode 12
The Holiday Summation
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Buoyed by a return to its natural home of Thursday nights (we never got really used to Wednesdays),
The Big Bang Theory
bounces back after a mid-season break with a dose of the baby blues. You’ll remember Bernadette had just given birth to Halley; now we see the effect of sleep deprivation, milk depletion and other people being able to calm her child.
A more imaginative storyline sees a nervous Sheldon and Amy visiting Sheldon’s devout, anti-science mother Mary with the news that they are living in sin. On the page Mary is a character viewers are almost certainly intended to dislike but Laurie Metcalf always invests her with empathy – and a lot of laughs.
The comedy returns after its mid-season break. The gang hear all about one another's Christmas adventures, from Sheldon and Amy's terrible trip to Texas, to Howard and Bernadette's first days as parents.
Cast & Crew
Amy Farrah Fowler
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