Episode Tournament: Round 2 Posted August 19, 2010

Episode Tournament: Round 2

We are running an episode tournament to find the fans' favorite episodes from Seasons 1-3 of The Big Bang Theory. The first round has just closed and we are able to announce the four episodes through to Round 2.

The two pairs are The Luminous Fish Effect vs. The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis, and The Staircase Implementation vs. The Einstein Approximation. The following episodes were knocked out in the last round: The Pancake Batter Anomaly, The Adhesive Duck Deficiency, The Pants Alternative and The Lizard-Spock Expansion.

Cast your vote now. The round will be open for around two weeks.

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