Whether we like them or not, there's no denying that Chuck Lorre sitcoms like 'Two and Half Men,' 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Mike & Molly' dominate in the ratings, and in some cases, awards. 'Two and a Half Men' however might not continue on past...
The Big Bang Theory - Page 6
Enjoying its highest-rated season to date, 'The Big Bang Theory' is at no shortage of famous guest stars in its sixth year, already featuring the likes of Buzz Aldrin and returning 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' stars Wil Wheaton and Levar Burton, so who might be next to 'Bang' out an appearance? About the last person you'd expect Sheldon Cooper to tangle with, tough-as-nails 'Southland' star Regina King! Find out what's got Sheldon in trouble inside!
Because there can never be enough reasons to threaten the relationship between Leonard and Penny, right? 'The Big Bang Theory' will air its latest Halloween-themed episode tonight with "The Holographic Excitation" but it's Leonard who should really be scared. Upcoming episodes will see the introduction of a character from 'Mad Men' and 'Alphas' star Ryan Cartwright, one who might be in a position to put a dent in the newly reinstated couple's relationship. But is he all talk?
All Hallow's Eve will soon approach, and who better to get excited about all the costumed possibilities than the cosplay nerds of 'The Big Bang Theory"? But all is not well between our favorite couples, even in matching costumes, so what do the new clips reveal about Thursday's "The Holographic Excitation"?
Well, when your greatest claim to fame is being the earliest living man to walk on the surface of the moon, what else are you going to do? The last few years have seen a wealth of Hollywood appearances for legendary astronaut Buzz Aldrin, popping up in everything from '30 Rock' to 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon,' but will an upcoming appearance on 'The Big Bang Theory' season 6 prove to be the final frontier?
Sheesh, cut the guy a break, eh? While earlier today we learned of yet another out-of-this-world headache that Howard Wolowitz would face during his time up in outer space, it seems even back on Earth the challenges are never ending for 'The Big Bang Theory' character. In spite of his many efforts to distance himself from his mother over the years, what happens when she finds a new man of her own? And one with a face chewed off by hyenas, at that? Okay, we might be exaggerating a bit.
Let 'The Big Bang Theory' stand as proof, even from the deep dark recesses of outer space, there really is no way to escape an angry woman. Though everyone's favorite CBS nerd comedy won't return for another week, entering into a stiff Thursday competition that includes 'The Office' and 'Glee,' the eye has issued yet another clip from season premiere episode "The Date Night Variable." Last time, we saw Howard struggling to deal with his mother from afar, but who now is giving him a hard time from the confines of Earth?
Who wants to wait a full week for fresh footage of 'The Big Bang Theory' season 6 premiere "The Date Night Variable," when we've go a sneak peek clip right here? After all, it isn't every sitcom that plausibly gets to go to outer space, so why not enjoy it? And just because Howard Wolowitz is up in space, doesn't mean that he'll be any further away from the domineering influence of his mother! Will he successfully man up and move out?
Though most sitcoms with a bit of will they/won't they inevitably find some contrived excuse to get its lead characters together, every so often one accepts when to back off. In the case of 'The Big Bang Theory,' leads Leonard and Penny never worked perfectly as a couple, allowing the writers some flexibility in which idea to play with. But with things getting increasingly awkward in Leonard and Penny 2.0, might the latest guest star be the straw that applied so much physical pressure it severed the camel's spinal column?
Normally, one would think the moment a TV series goes to space, they've officially jumped the shark. Thankfully in the case of 'The Big Bang Theory,' space is par for the course of physicists and engineers! Soon the fall TV season will return from orbit bringing with it all-new episodes of your favorite series, including everyone's favorite nerdly sitcom. But as the first promo shows, could going to space end in disaster? What other relationships might be orbiting doom?