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" gives "The Big Bang Theory - Season 3" a 9."
Written by on 30 May 2013.
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The Big Bang Theory - Season 3

Over a short period of time, The Big Bang Theory has become very popular. Unsurprisingly, since the characters Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki), Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons), Penny (Kaley Cuoco), Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) en Rajesh Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) are portrayed very accurately by their respective actors. The most popular character, by far, is Sheldon, known for his antics resulting from various factors, such as extreme intelligence, social ineptitude, rigid logic, a lack of common sense and empathy, several phobias, a superiority complex, stubbornness, his superhero tees and his catchphrase "Bazinga" after his jokes.

The third season starts three months after the second one ended and, right off the batt, several things happen that affect the relationships between all characters; both positive and negative events. There are lots of difficulties in friendships and relationships, both among the friends themselves and between the nerds and girls, including Penny. More personal history of the main characters is revealed and we find out that Penny and Sheldon can't live with, but also not without each other. Bit by bit they'll become closer as friends by standing by one another.

It appears the creators took the show in a different direction this season. The humour is improving, but there's less of a focus on science and the corresponding jargon. Instead, more emphasis is placed on "nerd-culture" (among others, cameos of celebrities), which has been a wise decision, in my opinion. Of course, there's still a place for science, but it's less prominent than in previous seasons, which enables the show to focus more on the relationships between characters and the problems this results in. This usually involves the interaction between two characters, or between one of the group and a woman (usually, but not solely, Penny). The contrast between the extroverted women and the introverted nerds is another source of weird, crazy situations, usually made more awkward by Sheldon Cooper, who is portrayed excellently by Jim Parsons. At one point the series has sucked you in so much, you can only see Parsons as Sheldon and you completely forget that he's an actor.

In short, if you don't follow the series already, then you have a lot of catching up to do. 9 out of 10 Bazingas for this season.
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