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Dec
27
comment Is the science in The Big Bang Theory correct?
Related: movies.stackexchange.com/questions/1685/… (I happened to think of it because I posted an answer)
Nov
29
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Nov
29
comment Was Monica Gellar a bad cook?
I think the point is supposed to be that Monica cannot take criticism well. On the (presumably) rare occasions when someone gives her bad feedback, she comically overreacts. That's why those are the moments you remember.
Sep
8
comment Sheldon Cooper has a Master of Arts degree?
FWIW "of arts" doesn't mean that the field of the degree is an artistic one. A number of colleges label all their degrees Bachelor of Arts, even for those majoring in a science. I suppose the same could hold for master's degrees.
Aug
27
comment Is Sheldon ever shown to succeed at research?
@JaredH huh, I guess I didn't see that episode. Which one is it?
May
1
comment Is there any significance in Capt. Jack Sparrow being called Mr. Smith in the first Pirates of the Carribean?
@LightnessRacesinOrbit well, I believe you're wrong about that - I strongly suspect the movie was targeted at an American audience (to be clear, I mean to the extent it was targeted at all), and furthermore, I don't believe it's silly to do so. But I suppose it doesn't really matter for this answer.
May
1
comment Is there any significance in Capt. Jack Sparrow being called Mr. Smith in the first Pirates of the Carribean?
@LightnessRacesinOrbit I didn't claim that there were more people in the US than out of it, nor that the movie made most of its money domestically. I said that the movie was primarily targeted at an American audience. (To be fair, I don't know offhand that this is true, but I strongly suspect it is, and that the same applies to most major American films.)
May
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comment Is there any significance in Capt. Jack Sparrow being called Mr. Smith in the first Pirates of the Carribean?
@LightnessRacesinOrbit true, though I think it's more relevant that the movie was primarily targeted at an American audience.
Apr
15
answered Was the first season of Leverage shown out of order?
Mar
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Oct
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Oct
22
revised Is Sheldon ever shown to succeed at research?
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Oct
22
answered Is Sheldon ever shown to succeed at research?
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Jun
27
comment Are Sean Bean's characters more prone to die than others?
@KeyBrdBasher you don't need to tell me to think hard about the premise of the question. It makes no difference; I don't understand your point.
Jun
26
comment Are Sean Bean's characters more prone to die than others?
@KeyBrdBasher I think the opposite is true: this question is asking for a quantitative result that can be computed from publicly available data. I would argue it's one of the least opinion-based questions on the site. (And the top answer supports that, since it shows statistics to back up its conclusion.)
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