Written July 29, 2015
Loved seeing the cast and producers/creators, and listening to them answer questions about the show. My only complaint about the Q&A was the moderator. I felt she did not use the time wisely and was more interested in her own questions than that of the people in the theater and the audience that was streaming live across the country. I am a huge fan of the show and wish could have had more time to listen to the cast and even seen bloopers.
Written September 16, 2014
I honestly didnt have a lot of idea what this was all about, but I loved the idea of live Q and A. It was exactly that, but it was a lot of laughter, and we got to hear a lot of background stories from the show, which I found very enjoyable. For those who missed it, I am sorry. It was 2h of laughter, and it was almost like being in the room with them!
Written December 17, 2014
It was very good. But before it starts you were told to have cells phones out. That way you can text your questions. I'm thinking it was not live. Because 3 hours earlier they had the same thing playing. If it was live it would be only one show time not 2.
Written August 02, 2015
We really enjoy the Big Bang Theory, and so were looking forward to this PaleyFest. Unfortunately, we both walked out very disappointed.
The moderator was an actress from NCIS, who was absolutely terrible. In addition, instead of actually interviewing the cast and executive team, most of the two hours consisted of inane questions from the audience and over the web ("Will you sign my stuffed animal?" - "No". "Can we get a picture with Kaley?" - "No". "Is Raj gay?" - "No".) Finally, most of the cast appeared very disinterested and looked like they would rather be somewhere else. Exceptions were Kunal Nayyar, Simon Helberg, and the wonderful Melissa Rauch, who was the highlight of the evening.
In the end, the moderator is going to make or break something like this, and it never stood a chance with the actress they chose to attempt to play the role of a moderator. With a competent moderator at the helm, asking insightful questions of the cast, it would have been much better
Written March 14, 2013
Really fun experience -- it was good to see that the Big Bang Theory actors seemed to really enjoy one another, as well as the writers, and it was great to see what parts of their character personalities were a part of them, and what parts were completely different. It was a most enjoyable evening!! Going to have to get a t-shirt!