Big Bang Theory and What Men Should Never Say to Women

If you listen to the gang of the Big Bang Theory, you’ll learn a lot about what men should never say to women. Mainly because they’re not that experienced with women and because they’re geeks (loveable ones), but geeks none the less. The biggest faux pas was made by Leonard on his first date with Penny. He’s lucky that she didn’t drop him right then and there.

Penny and Leanord Big Bang Theory

In the first episode of season 2, Leanord and Penny are both insecure about their first date. Each one realizes that they have feelings for the other, though. Leonard learns that Penny feels uptight about her intelligence, so he tries to help her. What does he do? He gives  her brochures to a local community college and tells her he is fine dating a girl who isn’t smart. Penny is smart and slams the door in his face. Telling a woman that she isn’t smart is terribly dumb.

Three More Things a Man Should Never Say to a Woman:

  1. You look OK. – Compliments are meant to be thoughtful, so think along the lines of beautiful, hot, pretty, etc.
  2. I didn’t have anything else to do. (when spending time with a woman) – If you want a woman to leave, just say this.
  3. It wasn’t a big deal. – Oh yes it was! If a woman is bringing up any issue, it’s serious.

You’ll hear lots more awkward lines come from the gang of the Big Bang Theory, which is now on 5 nights a week. Poor guys need to work on their social skills, especially when it has to do with women.

I have been hired by Warner Bros. WBWord division to promote The Big Bang Theory in Syndication.

 

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Comments

  1. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    I work with families that have children on the autism spectrum and we often use this show as examples of different behaviors that people with asperger syndrome may display.

  2. Oh #1 is so true! “Okay” is not a good answer!

  3. This looks like a very interesting series. The conflict, the comedy, the lightness of it all – they all seem really exciting. Thanks for making a review.
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