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The Big Bang Theory

  • 2018
  • Season 12
  • 24 episodes
  • Drama
  • Sitcom

Summary

Amy and Sheldon go on honeymoon, the gang are surprised to learn Sheldon has a best friend he has never mentioned before, and Raj and Howard clash over a show at the planetarium.

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Episode 14: The Meteorite Manifestation

Summary

Sheldon is excited to help Howard and Bernadette navigate some bureaucratic paperwork, until he discovers that they are breaking the law, leaving him with a difficult choice between following the rules or staying loyal to his friends. Leonard is disappointed when he is excluded from a scientific project his friends are working on

Review

There’s a little goofing around on tonight’s Big Bang when Bert (Brian Posehn, the man with the deepest voice on television) wants to cut into a meteorite with Raj’s help, but they reject Leonard’s laser-guided suggestion. Stuart is certainly horrified by Leonard’s idea: “Have you not learnt anything from comic books?” And there’s a whiffly plot involving a dispute between Howard and his neighbour that feels a bit like narrative Polyfilla.

Bullying rears its ugly head in Young Sheldon, which follows, when our pipsqueak professor takes a friendship with his brother Georgie’s nemesis too far. And Missy has a falling out with her mother Mary that plays out in an unexpectedly moving way.

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English
Formats
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Credits

Cast

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Leonard HofstadterJohnny Galecki
Sheldon CooperJim Parsons
Penny HofstadterKaley Cuoco
Howard WolowitzSimon Helberg
Raj KoothrappaliKunal Nayyar
Amy Farrah FowlerMayim Bialik
Bernadette RostenkowskiMelissa Rauch

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