I love this show because it tells stories that are about everyday people.
And it does it with a level of realism that few shows can match.
We meet people who make choices, and people who are affected by those choices.
And we get to see how those choices are shaped by their relationships with others, with science, and the environment.
That’s not just for the fun of it, but it’s an essential part of the show.
We’re just now starting to get to know the people who play those characters.
But for me, the most memorable thing about The Big Bang is the way it’s written.
The show takes us on a journey, and then reveals its story.
That journey leads us into the past, into the present, and into the future.
The first episode is a tour of the Big Bang, where we meet Sheldon and Dr. B. A scene that was shot in the Big Box at the theater where we’re first introduced to the universe of The Big.
There, we see a series of flashes of light from the Big and then we’re able to see that the universe is expanding at a rate that’s at odds with the Big’s.
Sheldon and his friends are exploring the universe by creating a black hole and then using it to fill up a vacuum.
This is a scene from The Big, but we can’t see what it’s showing us.
Sheldon explains that it’s part of a program called the Planck-Rosen Cycle, which is how we see the universe.
And as it expands, it’s causing the universe to expand in all directions.
As the universe expands, there’s a certain number of points in space where the expansion stops, and these are called black holes.
The Big is a black, empty space, and there are many of them, and Sheldon and the others are exploring each one.
The next episode is called “The Universe.”
In it, we learn that Sheldon’s friends are searching for a blackhole in the universe that can create the black hole.
We also see a sequence where a large white, cylindrical object is seen in the sky, and we see it crash into a white, circular object that’s orbiting it.
It’s the same kind of thing that Sheldon and Sheldon’s friend Sheldon is searching for.
Sheldon, Dr. Rennie, and other members of the scientific community come to a realization that they need to go into space to search for the blackhole, and this is where we learn about the Big.
We learn about how this black hole is so huge, and that there’s no gravity to it.
That is, of course, until Sheldon and company find the black holes that can fill the vacuum in the black and blue box.
As Sheldon and friends discover more about black holes, we begin to realize that there are no other universes out there.
This idea that there is no more of a universe to go on and explore, that there isn’t a place to go when we die, is the central theme of this show.
It reminds us that we’re not alone, that we don’t need to fear the unknown, that all of the universe will end in the end.
This episode is also one of the few that features a scene that shows Sheldon and Rennies father, Mr. Rhenish.
In this scene, Sheldon shows us his father’s last moments in the hospital room.
He tells his father he has no idea what he’s going to do when the time comes.
The last scene of the series ends with Sheldon and Professor Hawking walking away from the hospital, and I found it so moving and heartbreaking.
And the last episode in the series is called The End.
In it we learn more about the big bang, which happens at a time in the future when the universe has a different, lighter and faster-spinning version of the black-hole.
It also shows us the first signs of the creation of the Milky Way.
We see an image of a galaxy, which we can see by looking through a telescope, but the most powerful image we can get is the image from a telescope.
We can see the galaxy from space, in a way, because there is a huge amount of light passing through it.
But there’s also a dark spot.
This dark spot is the nucleus of the galaxy, and it’s actually the dark spot of the cosmic microwave background, or CMB.
The CMB is the light that came from the explosion of the big Bang, when everything was just expanding at the speed of light.
We get to the CMB from space.
This shows us that there really is an infinite universe that we are part of, and even the most remote of worlds are populated by people from all over the universe, and they’re all part of this universe.
I would love to have seen more of The End, because the last two episodes have been such a joy to watch.
We’ve all seen it.