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Sheldon and Amy are 'developing as unusually as we would expect' Over the course of the next couple episodes of "The Big Bang Theory," Sheldon (Jim Parsons) gets embroiled in a personal crisis when he starts to question his belief in string theory.
30 am held at the USC Galen Center on Saturday (March 29) in Los Angeles. The 39-year-old actress did not make an appearance on the show, nor was she nominated for an award, so she was just there to have a good time! Also in attendance were Jim
Those seasons will cover The Big Bang Theory into its 10th season, but will that be it for Dr. Sheldon Cooper and company?
The Big Bang Theory," for not one, not two, but three seasons. That means fans will have Sheldon, Leonard, Penny and the rest of the gang coming into their living rooms for at least through the 2016-2017 season. "Comedy is a big part of our schedule,
March 4, 2014 There are some celebrities that shocked us when we learned their agein a good way! Healthy living and keeping active goes a long way to keep you looking younger. Several of these Hollywood stars also have have a youthful attitude.
Well, actually I guess NBC is still obsessed with winter sports, because a hockey game delayed the start of the show...Anyway, the opening featured Kate McKinnon as this year's Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres and made some uncomfortably dark jokes about
Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article Harvard grad Colin Jost brought a little bit of bit of obnoxious Boston fandom to his first night co-hosting "Weekend Update"
Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons opened "Saturday Night Live" with a song about how actors in real life are nothing like the famous TV characters they portray on-screen. "People have a hard time separating you from your character," explained
Saturday Night Live" returned from a nearly month-long hiatus this weekend with "Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons as host and Beck as musical guest. The Ellen DeGeneres Show was spoofed during the show's cold open, with DeGeneres talking about
That said, Parsons faces one major roadblock as an actor: He's so closely associated with theoretical physicist/brilliant jerk Sheldon Cooper, whom he's been playing for seven seasons on CBS, that it's a little jarring to see him inhabit another role.