It's almost getting to the point where I don't even remember why I ever liked this show in the first place.
But on the plus side, Kaley Cuoco is still very pretty!
Turning to "Chuck" for a second, some people were saying that after five seasons it was just time to end things. It was a natural time to stop and there were no more stories left to tell. Now I don't agree with that, but I understand what they were saying.
They simply meant to say "The Big Bang Theory" instead of "Chuck".
Because judging by the last season or two, there are simply no good stories out there in the land of Sheldon, or Penny, or Leonard, or Raj, or Howard.
Heck, I'm more interested in Howard's mother's disembodied voice than what any of these people are doing.
It's the same thing every week. Leonard pines for Penny. Maybe they're together, maybe there aren't. Maybe they are fighting, maybe they are getting along. Whatever. Raj has been the most useless character on TV for some time now and Howard isn't nearly as creepy, pathetic and hopeless as he used to be -- and that's just a sad revelation.
There's been over 100 episodes now and we're past the point of diminishing returns with the ridiculousness of Sheldon Cooper.
I'm annoyed. And I'm guessing you are too. But we'll still watch, because we are suckers and TV addicts.
SHELDON: "Fine. But if I come out of this looking like a dork, it's on you."
PENNY: "If I move my horsie there, isn't that checkmate and I win?"
AMY: "There's not a hair on my body I wouldn't let this woman trim."
--Sadly, the best part of this episode was the fact that the nurse from the pilot episode returned and that Jill's father from Chuck was the barber.
SCORE: 28 out of 100
Yeah. Not a typo.