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Leonard Deutchman Leonard Deutchman

On May 16, I, along with millions of others, watched the last episode of the TV show, “The Big Bang Theory,” a show I had watched since its first episode in September 2007. For 12 seasons, many things made the series funny and interesting, including perhaps most prominently the steps the show took to accentuate the odd ways the four main male characters acted as geeks.


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