The Big Bang Theory is an immensely popular TV show about four science geeks and a quirky waitress. The group has chemistry and if you are taking the time to read this, you probably already knew that. As a matter of fact, if you happen to have gotten past the first sentence of this paragraph, you’ve probably already seen every episode and are thirsting for more.
So what you get in this volume is a companion to the television series. It is an enjoyable, funny and fast read that will pull any The Big Bang Theory fan right back in after you’ve read it to refer to sections while watching the show. It gives a detailed synopsis on the who’s, hows, why and whatnot’s of the characters, writing, and relevance to pop-culture.
My favorite part of the book is how it manages to categorize and include glossaries of different parts of the show and how they relate. They go over relevant terms, geek references, and an episode guide that goes over the plot of each episode.
A fun guide for the fan of The Big Bang Theory, as well as a great way to get your jump start if you are just getting into the show.
Unraveling the Mysteries of The Big Bang Theory: An Unabashedly Unauthorized TV Show Companion
Written by: George Beahm
Publisher: Smart Pop
Released: December 6, 2011
Absolutely available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.