Friends Or The Big Bang Theory: Who Said It - Gunther Or Kripke?

Was it Central Perk's blonde bombshell or Caltech's plasma-physicist-turned-string-theorist?

Friends The Big Bang Theory

Being the main character of a TV show seems like an absolute blast. You get the most attention, the biggest laughs, the largest paychecks and the majority of the recognition. But, in order for those at the forefront to feel real, there's got to be people in the background making the laughs work. Not all heroes wear capes; some wear orange fluorescent shirts.

Supporting characters don't get as much attention, but the right ones can make a name for themselves nonetheless. That much is certainly true for these two, as although they don't get top billing, they are still iconic/synonymous parts of Friends and The Big Bang Theory. Without them, the shows would feel entirely different, and not in a good way.

On paper, these two don't have much in common at all. One was a general manager at a New York coffee house, whereas the other was a top-tier scientist working on the cutting edge of technology. Still, they both sucked with the ladies, had sarcastic personalities and weren't afraid to bite a little.

Thanks to this, you might have some trouble figuring out which of them said it. Good luck!

1. "Hello. I Want To Talk About How Lonely I Am, Too."


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