It's Luau Day on the set of The Big Bang Theory, with the crew adorned in Hawaiian flower-print shirts and the craft services table boasting a massive spread of island eats.
No bazinga about it: The Big Bang Theory dominated TV Guide Magazine's Fan Favorites Awards with wins for Favorite Comedy, Ensemble and Actor (Jim Parsons). "Well, hot damn!" says Parsons, who has spent the past six seasons as theoretical physicist Sheldon Cooper on the smash CBS comedy. "I'm...
Who would've thought when The Big Bang Theory began that our favorite nerds would actually all find themselves in relationships?
But as the CBS comedy heads towards its sixth season finale, those relationships will take center stage, as some of the boys take new steps while others hit a road block. To find out which couples might be in trouble, TVGuide.com caught up with the cast of Bang on the PaleyFest red carpet Wednesday. Get the scoop:
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Malcolm in the Middle and The Bernie Mac Show actress Meagen Fay has been cast as Bernadette's mother on The Big Bang Theory, TVGuide.com has learned.
Fay will appear in ...