'The Big Bang Theory': Final Halloween episode features Howard and Sheldon dress up as each other

This episode brought laughs with the main characters imitating each other and addressed childhood bullying that many people have faced growing up


                            'The Big Bang Theory': Final Halloween episode features Howard and Sheldon dress up as each other

Thursday's episode of 'Big Bang Theory' was definitely something different. They took their final Halloween episode to a whole new level. We saw Leonard Hofstadter and Penny debate about the time and place they had their first kiss. But that was not the best part of the episode. It was the entertaining costume battle between Howard Wolowitz and Sheldon Cooper, who dressed up as each other. 



 

All hell broke loose when Howard announces Caltech is allowing them to dress up for Halloween. And, when asked who he will be dressing up as, he says it is a surprise. It was indeed a surprise to everyone, but mainly to Sheldon, who was walking down the hall dressed as Doc from 'Back to the Future'. He was shocked to see Howard dressed as Sheldon and doing ditto impressions of him.

As Sheldon tries to figure out the joke, Howard uses the opportunity to continue to shoot out some of Sheldon's famous catchphrases. Once he figures it out, poor Sheldon is hurt and noticing this, his wife Amy Fowler goes to Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz and requests her to tell Howard to stop his impersonations. 



 

Bernadette replies that Sheldon also hurts people with his behavior and words, referring to the time he said the former's daughter looks a lot like Winston Churchill. Bernadette did have a valuable point. Sheldon has always made fun of others, so, why should she tell Howard to stop. 

In order to retaliate Amy and Sheldon dress up as Howard and Bernadette and start to impersonate them, which makes Bernadette even more furious because she did not imitate anyone to begin with. Finally, Howard realizes how far this joke has gone and requests Sheldon or Amy to make amends to Bernadette because he doesn't want this to ruin their friendship. Sheldon decides to make peace with Bernadette, just to realize both of them were made fun of as kids.



 

This episode brought laughs with the main characters imitating each other and addressed childhood bullying that many people have faced growing up. Overall, it did entertain people with a message, making it quite relevant to day to day scenarios. We can't wait to see what the next episode of TBBT has in store for fans and viewers. 

'The Big Bang Theory' airs every Thursday on CBS. Check your local listings for more information.