In “The Big Bang,” the episode, which aired on January 18, 2015, shows that the time in the United States is 5:36:42 UTC.
This is close to the Greenwich Mean Time, which is about 10 minutes ahead of UTC.
(See the table at the bottom of this article.)
But there are a couple of differences between the two time zones.
First, UTC is in daylight savings time, when clocks in the Northern Hemisphere turn back to GMT.
Second, Greenwich Mean time is a little bit later.
And third, the clock in the Big Bang has a slight discrepancy with UTC.
The episode was originally broadcast in December 2015, so it took about a week before it got the UTC change.
The Big Bunch episode was also filmed in the Pacific Northwest, which means that the season-long clock adjustment wasn’t as drastic as it is in New York City.
The timing of the Big Baughts episode was, of course, an improvement over its predecessor.
“Big Bang” premiered on January 12, 2015.