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CBS Finale Spoilers For All Your Favorite Shows!

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 25, 2012 02:00 PM
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We're definitely at that time of the season where all the network shows have started barreling toward their season finales, but still not quite far enough along that we don't have time to wait.  But why toll in uncertainty over the season finales' of 'Two and a Half Men,' How I Met Your Mother, and 'The Big Bang Theory,' when we've got the scoop right here?

'The Big Bang Theory' Shows Off Stephen Hawking and We Feel Smarter Already

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 03, 2012 10:27 AM
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One mere week after 'The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper got to interact (via dreamed voice-over) with one of his life-long idols Leonard Nimoy, the illustrious if socially-awkward scientist is about to get sucked into another black hole of geeking out.  Don't get up, though, we'll bring the sneak peek to you...

'The Big Bang Theory' Engineers Stephen Hawking Cameo

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 22, 2012 12:17 PM
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Even if you've won the Nobel prize and cultivated a lifetime of world-renowned advancements in the scientific community, you're just not somebody until you've appeared on 'The Big Bang Theory.'  That's right 'Bang'ers, after what seems like a lifetime of trying, 'The Big Bang Theory' has finally managed to make the theoretical reality, bringing in world-renowned physics robot professor Stephen Hawking!

Leonard Nimoy Beams Up for 'The Big Bang Theory', Finally

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 01, 2012 09:57 AM
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That Leonard Nimoy sure likes to talk a big game about retiring from acting, but leave it to the eggheads of 'The Big Bang Theory' to engineer a way for the legendary sci-fi actor to make an appearance.
That's right, 'Bang' theorists, we're all about to live a bit prosperously longer when former 'Star Trek' star Leonard Nimoy finally makes his presence known on an upcoming March 29 episode of 'The Big Bang Theory,' according to a new TVLine report.