Thursday, September 30, 2010

Review - The Big Bang Theory Season 4 Episode 2 The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification

"The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification" pushes the limit of how much an individual can stand Sheldon. It's one of those Sheldon episodes where he's just out of control in his behavior. The audience knows it, the characters know it, and Sheldon, well, he revels in it.

The problem is that it can go on for too long with high intensity that some viewers get turned off at some point. It's one long joke with variations here and there, all dealing with Sheldon's weird obsessions. Personally, I was annoyed in some places, the car ride which stretched on too long and the end, after 15 minutes of nonstop Shelbot.

That said, I laughed a lot, mostly due to Jim Parsons, and liked the episode as a whole. What could have helped the episode was a semblance of a subplot to take away the directness of Sheldon being near-insufferable.

Score: 8.6/10
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