There was a turf war on this week’s The Big Bang Theory that affected the whole gang in “The Parking Spot Escalation.” Bernadette and Amy took on the duel set out by their husbands and Penny got trapped in the middle. Luckily, Howard and Sheldon battle it out to the end (of the episode, at least).
This week's The Big Bang Theory is all about solving mysteries. In “The 43 Peculiarity,” Howard and Raj aim to find out what Sheldon does in a storage closet for 20 minutes every day. Meanwhile, Leonard can't help but spy on Penny when she has a group project with an English guy.
The Big Bang Theory returns with guest appearances by Wil Wheaton and LeVar Burton in “The Habitation Configuration.” Wolowitz must decide if he's staying or leaving his mother's house. While Sheldon's caught in the crossfire between Amy and Wil.
On this week's The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon befriends Stephen Hawking in “The Extract Obliteration.” Penny signs up for a college course without Leonard's knowledge. And once she tells him about an upcoming assignment, everything goes downhill.
This week, The Big Bang Theory became a battle of the sexes in "The Re-Entry Minimization.” Sheldon and Penny go head to head (or brain to brain?) during game night. Meanwhile, Howard returns to Earth an inch taller, but his warm welcome is mighty cold.
The Big Bang Theory kept the laughs going this week with "The Higgs Boson Observation.” It focused on Amy's jealousy of a grad student that Sheldon hires as a personal assistant. Plus, we see what happens when Howard stays in space longer than expected.
Every episode of The Big Bang Theory features a different scientific theory, principle or experiment. This week's entry, "The Date Night Variable," casts Raj as the constant invader of everyone else's date night. Find out more in our review below!
If you wanted to see the movie that caused a starlet to publicly apologize for having sex with her director… If you ever wanted to see an interesting Indie actress make the generic rom-com that is required of all young performers… If you ever wanted to see that movie from 1997 that made so much money about the unsinkable boat that sank, then this is a good week for DVD and Blu-ray.
It used to be that winning an Emmy was considered sub-Oscar, but now that television is getting to be on similar artistic footing as cinema, it's surprising that winning one still isn't that great an accomplishment. Perhaps it's because of the stodgy and repetitive picks of their academy. Here's the full list of their 2012 nominations :
Geeks will continue to dominate CBS' comedy line up with the renewal of the hit series "The Big Bang Theory." The network has just announced that they've picked up the show for not one, not two, but three more years! This will extend the show's run throughout the 2013-14 television season. Are you ready for more nerds on your screen?
Fans of the CBS hit "The Big Bang Theory" can rejoice over this latest casting announcement. Mayim Bialik, who plays Amy Fowler on the show has been promoted to series regular. Now the sort-of, kind-of love interest for Jim Parson's Sheldon can get more screen time with the rest of the geeky gang.
If there's one thing we love about CBS it's Craig Ferguson. His "Late Late Show" has to be one of the most underrated yet hilarious programs on the air. The host is trying to get some extra attention from primetime viewers by latching on to one of the network's top comedies, "The Big Bang Theory." CBS recently tweeted a video of him on the set with the cast...
How many Emmy nominations (and wins) does it take before an actor can get a pay raise? Apparently, the folks over at CBS finally decided to give the cast of the hit comedy "The Big Bang Theory" more money. According to THR, the actors will receive a 200% increase in their salaries for the fourth season and beyond. The geeks spoke and the studio actually listened.
It's the beginning of the week, and news is already piling up like free pancakes at IHOP. To get you in the loop, we've got some fun stories lined up, one of which that could potentially send you somewhere for free -- that's always fun. Read 'em and laugh...
The popular geek fest known as "The Big Bang Theory" has officially earned its place in syndication history. If you can't get enough of the show's characters and their wild antics you'll be able to catch them on a daily basis with reruns on the TBS cable network. First they got Conan O'Brien, now Sheldon, who's next?
Remember "Blossom"? She was the title character of the nineties series that starred Mayim Bialik as an awkward teen with wicked dance moves. The actress has been out of the spotlight since the cancellation of the show but over the past few years she's been giving acting another shot. According to THR, her latest gig will be a stint on the hit CBS geek-centric...
If you're a fan of the CBS comedy, "The Big Bang Theory," this story is for you. According to a recent post over at EW, one of the beloved geeks of the series will end up in the slammer on an upcoming episode. Jim Parson's alter ego Sheldon will become a jailbird, but the question is how?