I'm gonna keep this short, basically, the character "Bernadette Rostenkowski" is a chauvinist against men. She constantly belittles and cuts down Howard, his intelligence, character, role as a father, along with his male compatriots down and is generally snide, very disrespectful, cutting and sarcastic. I realize that sit-coms are built off wit and much sarcasm, I also realize that Bernadette has a reputation in later seasons of this show of being "mean and scary", but whoever does the scripting for this show seems to have a real ax to grind with one half of the human race, aka men. After watching this season, I couldn't stomach the hate, and sold my copy online. I couldn't keep this male-bashing garbage on my movie shelf in good conscience. Society is all about women's empowerment and inspiration these days, and rightfully so, but guess what, if you have to cut men down to do it, you're not that great of a screenwriter and have only reversed the equation. If male characters spoke to female characters the ways Bernadette does in season 11, there would be mass outrage for portraying women as weak and disrespected. Will America learn? Do we truly want equality between the sexes or merely to smear men, from vindictive spite and resentment. This was not clever and not humor to me. I'm done with the show. Best of luck to Leonard, Sheldon, Penny and the rest. You guys were great for many years. Much love.