Unraveling the Mysteries of the Big Bang Theory: An Unabashedly Unauthorized TV Show Companion

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Benbella Books, 2011 - Performing Arts - 314 pages
4 Science Geeks + 1 Savvy Blonde Waitress = A Big Bang

You don’t have to be a theoretical physicist to understand why The Big Bang Theory is one of the most popular shows on television. Brains meet beauty in a calculus of comedy that always adds up to smart and hilarious results.

Unraveling the Mysteries of The Big Bang Theory: An Unabashedly Unauthorized TV Show Companion is a quantum leap beyond the typical TV show guidebook. Exploring every nook and cranny of the Big Bang Theory universe, it provides a wealth of information about our favorite television show:

* A profile of "intelligent designers” Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady
* A detailed look at what went wrong with the unaired original pilot--and what went right in the reboot
* In-depth background on the principal actors and the characters they play
* A photo-illustrated breakdown of the Sheldonian universe, from couch to cosmos (including the show locations you can visit in real life)
* How to get your geek on, Big Bang--style
* A primer on the show’s key scientific concepts, plus its galaxy of guest star scientists
* A concise guide to every episode and the meaning behind each title, organized by season
* An A-Z guide to the pop culture miscellanea mentioned in the show
* And more!

Pull up a seat--just not Sheldon’s, which is in a state of eternal dibs--and get ready to unravel the mysteries of The Big Bang Theory.

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Only up through Season 4. Good companion to the show. Read full review

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George Beahm is the author of more than two dozen books on pop culture.

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