While we have had the opportunity to enjoy a series of new “Big Bang Theory” season 6 episodes over the course of the past several weeks, this streak is going to end courtesy of Thursday night. As sad as this may be, know that the show will be returning on March 7 with what may be one of its most novel concepts yet.
For this episode, we are going to get an opportunity to see Dr. Sheldon Cooper trying to do something that he has often avoided at any and all costs: communicating with young girls about what it is that he does for a living. Based on the photo attached here (along with the facial expressions of both Leonard and Howard, wearing of course his NASA jacket in an attempt to impress the kids), this is probably not going very well. Personally, we only see this going one of two ways:
1. Sheldon tries way too hard to talk down to the middle-schoolers, which thus makes them feel like complete idiots.
2. Sheldon used a vocabulary that is way to advanced for them, and claims that this is where all students around this age should be in their education.
We have already reported that this installment will force Leonard to take a look at just how he has been living his life as a doctor at the university, and whether or not there are some more worthy causes out there. What’s interesting is that we really probably know less about his research than any of the other characters, especially since Raj just spent some time talking about his career.
What do you want to see take place during this episode? Be sure to share some more of your thoughts below, and you can also see what Melissa Rauch has to say about “The Big Bang Theory” moving forward over at the link here.
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