Is Stuart a lost cause?

Leonard Hofstadter and Sheldon Cooper are both brilliant physicists working at Caltech in Pasadena, California. They are colleagues, best friends, and roommates. They are also friends with their Caltech colleague’s mechanical engineer Howard Wolowitz and astrophysicist Rajesh Koothrappali. As they are self-professed nerds, all have little or no luck with popular women. Penny, a pretty woman and an aspiring actress originally from Omaha, live in the apartment across the hall from Leonard and Sheldon.
prose
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Is Stuart a lost cause?

Postby prose » Tue Oct 20, 2015 2:56 am

Stuart Bloom (the comic book store owner) is so glum in each appearance of The Big Bang Theory, one can not help but to feel sorry for the guy. It almost seems as though the more the audience gets to know Stuart, the more depressing his life seems. Having to have suffered numerous turn downs to dates, the burning down of his first comic book store, being broke, and the death of Mrs. Wolowicz, it is understandable that Howard and Bernadette have not kicked him out of the house yet.

Do you think Stuart's luck will ever change? What would you like to see happen to Stuart during this season?




nailah783
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Re: Is Stuart a lost cause?

Postby nailah783 » Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:43 am

Oh my God yes. I am so tired of these story lines involving him being a loser. It's like change the record already. He wasn't always like this though. He actually went out with Penny in the first season. What happened? The fixed Raj and now they don't have a story unless they can have one of them be a uber loser. I think it's ruining the show.

arthnel
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Re: Is Stuart a lost cause?

Postby arthnel » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:21 am

Yeah Stuart needs a break now. He's quite a character and he brings so much to BBT but it would be nice if they tweakedhis mishaps and strings of disaster once in a while. He's not a main character so that's not likely to change the general scope of things. It would be interesting to keep in quirky but just a bit more fortunate.

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Re: Is Stuart a lost cause?

Postby Forumgeek » Fri Oct 23, 2015 3:30 am

No and the story line doesn't need a new direction either. He isn't even a main character. It's still funny and there is no reason to do anything differently. If you don't like running gags a sitcom isn't for you anyway.