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Unlike, say, Futurama — which would delight in dropping in unexplained references to binary code and Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, and let viewers figure it out — The Big Bang Theory doesn’t feel like a TV show for geeks. It’s a TV show about geeks, pitched squarely at an audience that occasionally likes to think it’s geeky because it went to see Thor 2. To my mind, it’s hard to get past the idea that The Big Bang Theory is the televisual equivalent of those ‘NERD’ T‑shirts you can buy in Primark.
― Stuart Heritage explaining, better than I could, why TBBT is horrid
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