"The Big Bang Theory" Season 10: Johnny Galecki Explained Why The Comedy Series Is So Much Different Than Before [VIDEO]
American television sitcom by the CBS network, "The Big Bang Theory", or known as "TBBT" by some fans, is currently on its tenth season and is staying strong on televisions despite the numerous cancellation rumors it has been plagued with since last year.
This time, fans are positive that "The Big Bang Theory" will still continue airing on televisions because of the large number of audience seeking for it. Also because of the valuable story line each episode gives. According to a report from TV Guide, the most recent episode of the sitcom, aired last week, was reportedly one of the strongest episode for season 10.
On the fourteenth episode of "The Big Bang Theory" season 10, it featured the whole gang, but most especially focused on Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) and Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) and on Raj's yet another failed relationship. On the episode, Raj had begun questioning himself about why his relationships don't work out.
Sheldon later realized that Raj isn't really okay whenever he says he's alright or he's fine. Because of this, the gang argued over themselves to just say what they really are meant to be saying. That was when a newly-invented wireless lie detector machine was tested and that was also the time on "The Big Bang Theory" season 10 when Sheldon learned how bad it was to not know another person's real emotions.
This was one of the episodes that caused fans to wonder on why the sitcom had changed its plot, from just two scientists with the hot girl, Penny (Kaley Cuoco) to a bunch of scientists with their grown-up lives. On a report from Cinema Blend, actor Johnny Galecki, who portrays Leonard Hofstadter on the "The Big Bang Theory", explained how this was came up by the writers.
Galecki mentioned that the writers wanted it to be this way because they came up with the reality that the characters should grow up and live with their grown-up lives. As remembered on the earlier seasons, none of the guys have been seen out with a woman, but not long after, Penny and Leonard were together, and on the later seasons, the other guys have also found their match. Their lives on "The Big Bang Theory" also had ups and downs and it does not entirely focus on Sheldon and Leonard anymore.
According to the aforementioned source, the changes made by the sitcom is just one of the things that a long-running series like "The Big Bang Theory" would do. In order to keep it running, reportedly, changes are necessary.