[Ed. – Joke’s on them. God’s a Republican.]
This may be an unpopular opinion, but I don’t know who watches the traditional four-camera sitcom in 2018. More specifically, I don’t know who watches Chuck Lorre four-camera sitcoms in 2018.
You may not know the name Chuck Lorre, but you’re probably familiar with his oeuvre. He’s the man responsible for such irreplaceable contributions to our national culture as “Grace Under Fire,” “Dharma & Greg,” “Two and a Half Men” and, perhaps most famously, “The Big Bang Theory.” Lorre’s sitcoms are basically what you watch as background noise while you try to do work, if at all.
Suffice it to say, then, that I didn’t catch the latest episode of “The Big Bang Theory.” I’m sure Sheldon did something very socially awkward and Rusty from “Christmas Vacation” made a few “Star Trek” jokes. Clearly, it’s something I’m having a FOMO moment over.
However, one thing I’m glad I missed was this. …