Sheldon's biggest dilemma with being a genius is his inability to accept the possibility that he does not have the answer to any given question. Worse yet, is when he is out-smarted not only by a magic trick, but also by Penny and the lowly master in engineering.
In Sheldon's mind, he believes that everything he says is perfectly acceptable, because he has deduced that it is right. He perceives himself as relying on his intelligence to be objective, however, his social incompetence makes him out of sync with the rest of the world.
Twanging Your Magic Clanger told the tale of two brothers' morality. After all these years, an expectation has been set on how Charlie and Alan behave in their given situation, and how they differ from each other.
When a small earthquake strikes Modern Family land the laughs are off the Richter scale! Let's start with Claire and Phil. Their getting an estimate from a plumber for a leaky faucet in the tub in the upstairs bathroom, when Phil starts bloviating about his knowledge of plumbing and what he thinks the problem is. He is a great "techie," but the whole blue collar, Mr.
I watched "The Kiss" episode last night. Loved it! I was laughing out-loud, screaming at one point.
Like all the episodes, "Have You Ever Had A One Night Stand" starts with Charlotte at the dating service, sitting opposite of Andrew, asking her a question. The intent of Andrew's character is supposed to be for him to add a flamboyant humour to the show. He succeeds at being flamboyant in every way possible, but comes off as more annoying than anything else.
This show is just awful.
The characters are all idiots, and not the type of idiots that are enjoyable to watch. These are the type of idiots that make the viewing experience painful. 100 Questions producer and supporting actor Chris Moynihan, has made it quite clear that he is the source of the problem. Moynihan, plays Mike, the show's idiot king.
After three episodes, it has now become safe to say that this show is of poor quality, and it will not likely get renewed by NBC. There is not a lot that the show does right. The characters are not interesting, the writing is bad, and the comedy is lacking. 100 Questions seems to want to focus more on cramming in as many bad jokes as possible, in order to cue the laugh track.
After only two episodes, it has become quite clear that 100 Questions is one of those sitcoms where the characters obliviously attempt to be funny by saying and doing inappropriate things at the worst possible times. The storyline of "Are You Open Minded" consisted of the group being curious of Mike's date's sexual orientation.
Sophie Winkleman, stars as Charlotte Payne in the new comedy, 100 Questions. The show revolves around Charlotte going to see a dating service counselor, and getting asked one question per episode, which becomes the theme and plot of the show, hence the name, 100 Questions.