The Big Bang Theory "The Viewing Party Combustion" Review - AVClub

AVClub: There’s been a fair amount of inspired conflict in this season of The Big Bang Theory. The key to the show creating meaningful conflict is to make sure that it arises out of moments that feel true to the characters. Sheldon and Amy have been grappling with hurt feelings and varied intentions for much of the season, and their two personalities have made the ensuing conflicts feel real. Sitcoms can certainly go to more outlandish places to find tension, but the tension that comes out of meaningful character moments that are built on past actions are typically more resonant.

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