I don’t know about you, but I enjoyed Thursday night’s The Big Bang Theory episode. (Sorry for the late review.) Once again, it was Sheldon-centric episode, but it was kinda awesome.
Sheldon goes to get a hair-cut but finds his regular barber in a coma, and he refuses to get a hair-cut by anyone other than him. To him, his hair is so long that he starts brushing it off like a teen heartthrob. (Oh God, I love Sheldon!)
And then “chaos” starts spreading. Why bother planning everything if nothing goes wrong when your plan falls apart? No planning anymore, he decides. The world is his oyster! He wears his Tuesday PJs not on Tuesday (gasp!) and plays bongo in the middle of the night waking everybody up. How amazing was that scene? Haha, he’s a good player! And when he sang, SWOON!
Finally, Penny convinces him to let her cut his hair. I loved that scene between them. I loved those two together! It’s been a while since they’ve actually interacted on the show. It’s amazing how Penny has that effect on him that no other character does, but he refuses to admit how much he actually cares for her. She tells him that they know each other too well: she sings soft kitty to him when he’s sick, she took him to Disneyland, he has even seen her naked. So he should let her cut his hair.
Poor Howard, though. When he goes to Texas to get his NASA training, it’s obvious he’s not up for it. He tells Bernadette that he vomited in the no-gravity practice and then swallowed his own vomit. He was swooned by an Armadillo in another practice and ate a butterfly. I wanted to hug him! I just felt so sorry for him. And I’m not the only one; Bernadette travels to Houston to be there for him and finds that his mother is there, as well.
ALSO! Penny beat Leonard in a chess game! I know it’s an important event, but it was so fun seeing Leonard lose in a chess game to PENNY! The blonde bimbo!
There was nothing much to this episode, but it was a light one that was actually enjoyable. But they HAVE to give Raj more lines! I think he had one joke the entire episode, the very lame “O” joke.
Did you like the episode?