TV Series | TV-14 | | Comedy, Romance
A woman who moves into an apartment across the hall from two brilliant but socially awkward physicists shows them how little they know about life outside of the laboratory.
Sheldon (Jim Parsons) frequently wears t-shirts with the characters or symbols of the Green Lantern, the Flash, or the old television show The Greatest American Hero (1981). The shirts from the "Green Lantern" comic book series are various colors with a corresponding symbol, with each color representing a different corps of heroes or villains (Red Lanterns, Orange Lanterns, et cetera). In the comics, each color also represents an emotion, thus possibly giving the viewer a clue to Sheldon's temperament for the day.
I'm gonna be in People magazine!
Charlie Sheen: Call me when you're on the cover.
The dead bolt on Penny's apartment door is clearly in the lock position in one scene, yet she opens the door without unlocking it.
One of the final cards to appear in the credit sequence is the vanity card for Chuck Lorre Productions. In keeping with his practice on "Dharma and Greg" and "Two and a Half Men", there is a different message on the card each week, written by Chuck Lorre himself.
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