The Big Bang Theory is a cultural phenomenon like none other. Before it was cool to be smart we all knew people that were either too smart to be cool or just too smart for their own good, but maybe we didnâ€™t know so much about them. Big Bangs realistically quirky and eccentric cast of characters give the out crowd a huge voice that theyâ€™ve never had before, and it gives the in crowd a chance to see that brains are people too. The video game, webpage, comic book, and sci-fi references donâ€™t hurt either, especially coming from a human encyclopedia, and who doesnâ€™t know one of those? Sure, there are shows tailored to a certain crowd, and even though The Big Bang Theory may seem that way it doesnâ€™t come off that way. The Big Bangs content and characters are for anyone whoâ€™s ever felt like they have their own place in the world, no matter how different it is from everyone elseâ€™s. It helps us to accept our faults and differences and those of others. Itâ€™s always good to see a group of true friends that are free to be themselves around each other no matter what the circumstances.