TBBT plot-hole reveals, “Raj Koothrappali was a ghost all through”
THE latest TBBT plot hole reveals Sheldon Cooper murdered Raj Koothrappali way back. And the Big Bang Theory plot hole confirms that the romantic Raj we saw all through was actually a ghost.
- TBBT plot-hole revelation: romantic Raj that we saw was actually a ghost
- Ugly truth inside TBBT plot hole: Sheldon Cooper killed Raj in a cold-blooded murder
- TBBT plot hole confirms Big Bang Theory mocked science all through
- How The Big Bang Theory fooled us in the name of science sitcom
- TBBT plot hole explained: The Big Bang Theory season 13 will explain the ghost of Raj Koothrappali
TBBT plot hole findings confirm that the Big Bang Theory was fooling us all through in the name of science sitcom. And The Big Bang Theory season 13 reboots to answer the unexplained TBBT plot hole regarding Raj Koothrappali.
TBBT plot-hole revelation: romantic Raj that we saw was actually a ghost
The Big Bang Theory is over but this hasn’t stopped us from re-watching the entire series again and again. TBBT plot-hole in The Big Bang theory establishes that Sheldon murdered Raj.
The revelation has left Kunal Nayyar (who plays Raj Koothrappali) shell-shocked. Kunal was caught unaware that all these years he was dead and was actually playing a ghost. Read below to find out if Big bang Theory season 13 will explain the TBBT plot hole concerning Raj Koothrappali.
Ugly truth inside TBBT plot hole: Sheldon Cooper killed Raj in a cold-blooded murder
Remember The Hot Troll Deviation episode of The Big Bang Theory season 4? Like always, Sheldon got embroiled in a face-off with Raj Koothrappali because he considered himself as the boss of the gang.
Sheldon didn’t want Raj to have his own desk in his office which left Raj angry. So, Raj installed a ginormous desk in Sheldon’s office to piss him off. Sheldon retaliated by playing loud Indian music in the office because Raj hated it.
TBBT plot hole confirms Big Bang Theory mocked science all through
Later on, Sheldon took the tit for tat beyond limits and unleashed a chemical war on Raj. He mixed Hydrogen Sulphide and Ammonia gas in order to drive Raj out of the office. Raj, on the other hand, neutralized the smell using scented candles.
Leonard later revealed that the gas mix was highly inflammable and candles will worsen the case. The scented candles should have acted as a fuel to the fire. Truly so, there was a massive explosion in Sheldon’s office but nothing happened. And Raj came out surprisingly unharmed.
How The Big Bang Theory fooled us in the name of science sitcom
The fan who spotted the plot hole in The Big Bang Theory said that Raj should have been dead by season 4 episode 4 because in general, The Big Bang Theory swears by science.
“However, this gas is far more dangerous and is harmful to the human body at as low a concentration as 20 parts per million (ppm), can cause permanent damage at 100ppm and is fatal after two breaths at 500ppm.
“So for Raj (and his bird) to be completely unharmed in a high concentration of H2S (noted by the fire) is impossible.”
So, the TBBT plot hole confirms that the Big Bang Theory fooled us in the name of science sitcom. Moreover, it secretly served horror in the form of the ghost of Raj Koothrappali. We hope The Big Bang Theory season 13 gives us the explanation of the plot hole regarding Raj.
TBBT plot hole explained: The Big Bang Theory season 13 reboot to explain the ghost story of Raj Koothrappali
Our beloved Raj was already betrayed by the makers of The Big Bang Theory who deprived him of true love throughout the course of the series. And now the TBBT plot hole confirms that Raj was dead if The Big Bang Theory was really serious about science. It is high time, the makers of The Big Bang Theory revive the series for season 13 to explain the ghost of Raj Koothrappali.
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