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After years of existing on The Big Bang Theory in name only, Sheldon’s beloved Meemaw finally made her way to the show in live-action, with actress June Squibb causing some drama between her son and Amy.
With The Big Bang Theory’s 200th episode approaching, the show has managed to grab one of the biggest names in comic book media to celebrate the occasion.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
Most of us can guess how awesome it would be to act on a popular television show. You’d make lots of money and people would hang on your every word. Actually, most of that sounds like it could turn you into a douchebag. But luckily, sometimes new celebs get some good advice.
A little slice of TV heaven will be airing on NBC next month, as an upcoming special will celebrate the iconic TV director James Burrows with a nearly complete reunion for the cast members of Friends. Here's your first look.
Chuck Lorre is developing a new sitcom that is sure to make people giggle for more than one reason.
The Big Bang Theory is full of mysteries, and most of them revolve around the main characters’ family members. For instance, will we ever see Amy’s mom or meet Howard’s absentee dad? But now, finally, we’ll get to feast our eyes and ears upon one of the most mentioned family members the program hasn’t shown us yet: Sheldon’s meemaw.
For weeks, The Big Bang Theory promoted the hell out of the big night where Sheldon and Amy would finally explore each other’s bodies in a most sexual (and offscreen) manner. And it looks like that massive lead-up was all worth it.
It may have taken Sheldon a long time to work up the courage to bring out that engagement ring again, but according to new reports, in the upcoming episode of The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon is going to go into full-on sweet mode in regards to Amy.
Following the big Star Wars-themed episode, Amy and Sheldon seem to be back on track, but it leaves one lingering question. What the hell is going to happen with that engagement ring?
To the surprise of no one, The Big Bang Theory is still putting up huge numbers on CBS. But it’s not all good news for the hit sitcom, as it’s currently in the middle of a lawsuit. And not about anything geeky either.
Saying that a lot of people watch The Big Bang Theory every week is like saying the sun comes up every morning. It goes without saying, and it surprises no one. But even so, a surprisingly large number of people watched Sheldon lose his V card.
Fans everywhere are wondering how much longer The Big Bang Theory will be around. Now, we’ve gotten some updates on the future of the show from its' showrunner, Steve Molaro.
Last night, The Big Bang Theory had one of its biggest episodes ever. Sheldon and Amy have had trouble being intimate with one other—all thanks to Sheldon—for about as long as we can remember, but during Thursday’s big episode, he finally took the plunge.
So, that happened. What am I talking about? Oh, just Big Bang Theory’s Sheldon and Amy finally getting their freak on is all. And it was pretty much just as awkward as was hoped and expected.