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    Avery’s hair is coming in nicely.
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    From TV Insider Reba McEntire to Guest Star on 'Young Sheldon' as Coach Ballard's Ex-Wife It sounds like things might be getting a little messy in Coach Ballard's (Craig T. Nelson) life on Young Sheldon. Reba McEntire will be guest starring in a February episode as his "fun, fiery ex-wife," June, who "strikes up an unlikely friendship with Meemaw (Annie Potts)." Though Coach Ballard and Meemaw didn't "hit it off right away at all," as Nelson told TV Insider, they are currently dating. "He's got an ex-wife who owns half of [his] sporting goods store, which I think he resents," he added prior to his character's debut. The actor also called his character "a fun jerk," and having his ex-wife around should certainly put that on display.
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    Kaley in Rome 🇮🇹
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    You are so right !!! Last year Golden Globe dress looked really good on Kaley in my opinion.
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    A new episode Cup of Cuoco...from Italy 🇮🇹
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    Season 3, Episode 12 - Body Glitter and a Mall Safety Kit Airs January 16, 2020 at 8:00/7:00c on CBS Sheldon learns to listen when an emotional Paige (Mckenna Grace) struggles with her parents’ divorce. Also, George Sr. is furious when Georgie tries to buy his way out of chores. Wallace Shawn, Wyatt McClure, Mckenna Grace and Andrea Anders guest star. Lea Thompson (Back to the Future, Caroline in the City) directed this episode.
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    . I just saw this. I don't know how I missed it before. They don't have registry offices in the states. They'd have to go to City Hall or to a Justice of the peace or something like that. in California to complete the application for a marriage license each person must bring in a valid photo I.D. (e.g., drivers license, military I.D., passport, or green card, etc.) Marriage licenses are valid for 90 days from the date of issuance. But there is no waiting period or blood test required as in some other states.
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    Well, it is part of whether or not his spontaneity, or lack of such, will allow his children to have any fun. I could always point out that he approves of Beverly's method of raising her children. As a means to get JEJ to attend his convention. He found out where JEJ was going to be eating, then went there to ask him to attend the convention Sheldon was trying to arrange. That's planning. Sorry, from the transcripts of the show: Sheldon: Raiders of the Lost Ark, with 21 additional seconds. If I can’t see it, no one else can see it. He planned to take it, so others couldn't see it. He was simply being vindictive. If this is the case, then nothing he did was spontaneous, it's just what the writers created. Which is exactly what I said. You can find examples to support your contentions, and I can find examples to support mine. In general, he is rigid and plans things out. His examples of being spontaneous are far outweighed by his sticking with his schedules and plans, because of his fear of change.
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    That was planned. Remember, he did research and planned to go to the restaurant, because he was trying to get Jones to appear at his convention. Everything about the night was spontaneous, only because Jones did it, Sheldon didn't suggest anything they did and if you remember, Sheldon wasn't happy with some of those choices. This one, I'll agree with. Planned, to spite the others. Only because he wasn't himself. In both cases he was under duress (Lack of his haircut and trying to replace Amy, respectively). Planned, as a way to relieve his brain from thinking about the graphene sheets. Offered to be a part of something he loved is not really spontaneous. It was to his advantage. If so, then please explain his lining up his cereal by fiber content. Or, his wearing of pajamas on certain days. Or having specific meal nights. Or his fixation on doing his laundry on Saturday, or his three knocks. Or, to bring back the bongos, his inability to have his hair cut by anyone other than Mr Denofrio. Or, perhaps his insistence on have the thermometer set at a particular temperature. Or, how about planning out everything about the trip to Sweden? Maybe you could also explain his aversion to any change in his routine. All those indicate he lives a rather planned, rigid, life. You mean like when they went shooting (and Leonard shot himself), or the farmer's market, or when they went to get a Christmas tree. or the Valentine's day episodes. See, there are enough examples and counter examples to make anyone's point. In general, Leonard and Penny didn't do much of anything, simply because the writers chose not to (or they were unable to ) write anything more than that for them. Writing something funny for a narcissistic, pain-in-the ass, is much easier than trying to actually write something about a regular run of the mill couple. I don't like, to watch narcissistic, pain-in-the ass, people, hurt their friends. It's understandable when the person is doing it, without knowing they are hurting others. But, by the latter half of the show Sheldon definitely knew he was hurting them, and yet he continued. Making him nothing more than a jerk. That the others stood by him, and only occasionally lashing out back at him, says much more about their love and understanding of his problems, than anything he can do. What's interesting to me, is that many of his supporters talk about his having Asperger's, and point to the depiction of his scheduled, rigid life. Yet, those same supports say nothing about his being narcissistic, where one of the key points in describing a narcissist is: a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, and a lack of empathy for others. Sounds a lot like Sheldon.
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    Yep, very lucky dude!
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    Think this might be a turning point for Kaley as an actress. She probably wants to establish herself as an all-around talent and not just a comedic actress. Although her last film "Burning Bodhi" got her some modicum of acclaim for her dramatic role. I truly hope this puts her into that category of multitalented actors. She certainly is working hard to achieve it.
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    Most watched show of the night with 8.80 million viewers. Also the highest rated show of the night.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=av1BJyqQcnA Good old Neil Gaiman ! I wonder if he got the idea from what he did for Stuart ? Thousands of shops , including many bookshops, are closing down all over Britain's high streets, often through lack of sufficient footfall thanks to the internet. Storm Brendan this week meant even fewer customers. Good job this bookseller, who had the first day in 100 years not selling even a penny's worth, has an internet connection.
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    Wow, all this on Sheldon's spontaneity. I don't agree with any of your counterpoints because Sheldon never planned to actually do all those things with JEJ but he went along and did them. He never planned to steal movie he just did it without thinking. He lines up cereal because of the character the writers created. He can have routines and still be spontaneous. Good day
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    She's happy to be in Italy.
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    Be that as it may, the "Contracts" signed by both Leonard and Amy were slanted in Sheldon's favor so he always gets his way. The "Fun" was what Sheldon thought was fun. Which in reality wasn't fun. Everything was carefully planned out by Sheldon. No spontaneity whatsoever. Leonard's life was, in my opinion, boring until he started dating Penny.
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    There is no reason to assume that Sheldon's relationship agreements would necessarily preclude the possibility for his children to have fun, friendships, or a wide variety of experiences. Sheldon, on TBBT and YS, has a lot of fun doing many different things. As much as his quirkiness permits he has varying types of experiences. Leonard, who signed the roommate agreement, has had many fun times with, and apart from, Sheldon. Amy signed the relationship agreement, (largely written to benefit Sheldon), and no one can logically argue that her life is devoid of fun, adventure, and diverse opportunities for new experiences.
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    I I think Sheldon understands how hard life can be without allowing himself to have so much fun and obliging by so many things, I also think that Amy wouldnt allow Sheldon to make their life so strict they won't have fun and not alot of friends because of how hard we are told her life was before meeting the group. In one of the episodes Sheldon and Amy do a sample that is exposed to different things where aparently the sample is 'smart’, so that suggests the child is going to be smart. I think Amy would fight for their children to have a possibly less demanding and strict contract and probably use the same excuse Bernie used a few times to get her way.
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    I just watched the last episonde of The Big Bang Theory and it's amazing! I cried so hard it was the most beautiful thing I've ever seen! The Big Bang may be the the number 1 comedy but it's far more than that! It's the most pure, beautiful and heartwarming love story anyone has ever known, it's about the most simple and true way anyone can love and it's about how the smallest things can have such a huge impact on peoples lives and make them turn out amazing it's not just a tv show it's a life lesson and the best story I have ever known. Thank you so much, because that, is the explanation for how the universe works. It did start with The Big Bang...
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    That's one large coat! ☺️
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    What do you mean, I can't buy a zombie? This is the body shop, isn't it?
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    I don't think so. Penny's last name was and is a closely guarded secret. I believe her father's name is either Robert Wyatt as a first and second name or Wyatt Robert. The last name is never revealed. That would account for him to be called Bob and Wyatt. My father's name was James Charles. Some called him Jim, others JC and still others Charlie. Not to worry as now her last name is Hofstadter. ☺️
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    Here I am in Thailand, with a hint of Iraq. I'm in Tie Rack.
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    Happy New Year to everyone! I wish you the best.
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    It just seems strange that after 12 yrs. and the close camaraderie they professed to have they don't have any communication They, of course, can keep in touch by phone, but it still seems a bit odd.
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    It was also used in the100th episode, when they get back together. Leonard sees her through the door, surrounded by boxes, like in the first episode.
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    I agree. It's called YS but it really is an ensemble. All the characters are likeable and contribute so much to each episode. Missy may be my favorite.
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    Beside football... The most watched show of the night with 8.39 million views and the highest rated scripted show.
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    Happy 20th Wedding Anniversary to Wil and Anne
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    Happy 67th Birthday to Chuck Lorre!
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    Another production deal for Jim and his team... From Deadline Hollywood Jim Parsons-Produced Comedy ‘The Monarchy Is Going To S***’ From Amy Reed In The Works At Quibi EXCLUSIVE: Quibi has put into development The Monarchy Is Going to S***, a comedy from writer Amy Reed (Diary of a Female President), Jim Parsons’ That’s Wonderful Productions and Warner Bros. TV. Written by Reed, The Monarchy Is Going To S*** is set in the modern-day kingdom of Andova, where the lives of twin princesses are thrown into utter disarray when the King’s newly discovered illegitimate son is named as the rightful heir to the throne. But the two irreverent princesses won’t exactly go away quietly, not when they believe The Monarchy Is Going To S***. Reed executive produces with That’s Wonderful’s Parsons and Todd Spiewak. Eric Norsoph, That’s Wonderful’s Head of Production and Development, co-executive produces and will oversee the project for the production company. Warner Bros. TV, where That’s Wonderful is under a deal, is the studio. <full article in the link>
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    From deadline.com 2019 Teen Choice Awards Winners List
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    Welcome to the forum. Even though I’m not a shipper I can feel you! …there's always hope.
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    Not so much 'says'; but 'does'...I found it strange that, given his care over things microbiological, he thought it OK to pop a small toy train into his mouth - not sure of the episode around series 5.
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    I disagree as I've stated in earlier post. (And proof from actual episodes)
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