The Big Bang Theory 5.16 “The Vacation Solution” Review
This episode “The Vacation Solution” of The Big Bang Theory was an episode filled with girlfriend issues, as Howard was being faced with a very hard decision, where he had to make a decision to sign or not to the pre-nup papers, which he discovered by the nerd-vine and not through Bernadette, which was actually better if you think of it, as it gave him the amount of time needed to take the right decision.
As for Sheldon, it seems that he is still being the same jerk he was last week, and it seems that Leonard can’t deal with him, but on the contrary, Amy succeeded to put him in his place and straighten him up, which was actually very fun and interesting to watch the confrontation between them, and despite that we all love to see Amy, but we always liked to see her from time to time, but seeing her breaking the habit of Sheldon’s desire to be in the midst of everything and being the center of attention, and giving it to him at the biology lab was amazing, and seeing him giving in to her was fantastic, which makes us eager to see more of Amy if she is going to stay with that character and attitude.
But that doesn’t mean he didn’t talk back or complain, but beside that, he also gave in to whatever she said which was great to watch, and what was ever greater, the moment that he realized and got himself convinced that he isn’t perfect, and that he doesn’t know everything. And to continue the great series of event involving Amy and Sheldon, was when he kept going back to the biology lab to get to see Amy and apologize to her, although it took him quite a bit of time to actually say the word Sorry, but in the end he finally did it.
So to sum things up, the episode was another great episode of The Big Bang Theory, filled with good stories and great jokes which made viewers laugh their eyes out, and now onto some great moments of the show:
- The scene between Penny and Leonard on their way to the laundry while discussing pre-nups and celebrity marriages.
- The scene where Sheldon compared himself to lobster traps, it was a great Scooby Doo reference.
-Bernadette’s description of her dad makes us wanting to see him so bad, and makes us imagine how it would be when he and Howard’s mother meet; it is going to be an epic scene.
- The hilarious scene when Sheldon was singing, off tone to the Black Eyed Peas’ songs in his car.