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  1. Since Bohemian Rhapsody won a Golden Globe for best drama, I would like to see Queen guitarist and astro-physicist ( who specializes in interstellar space dust) Dr. Brian May, make a cameo on The Big Bang Theory. We've seen Stephen Hawking, Neil DeGrasse-Tyson and George Smoot appear. Dr. May has written a book on the big bang, consulted with NASA, and conducted significant investigations. When Queen stopped playing, Dr. May put aside his guitar and finished his doctorate. As Bohemian Rhapsody is popular in theaters, I think Dr. May's appearance in a cameo would be important to the TV show and a tribute to this eminent scientist. Here's a thought: Sheldon tells Dr. May to drop physics and stick teaching guitar, as Sheldon told Leonard to drop applied physics and teach instead. Don't forget, Bill Nye had a cameo and he doesn't have a PhD.
  2. Is it possible for this Forum to create a "ground swell" to get Brian May on The Big Bang Theory? It would be fitting and a great tribute. Time is running out. Thanks.
  3. Bohemian Rhapsody. A question arises: Since "The Big Bang Theory" TV show has had cameo appearances from astro-physicists Stephen Hawking, Neil Degrassi-Tyson and George Smoot, can Brian May, the Queen guitarist and a PhD in astro-physics be endorsed for a cameo appearance on The Big Bang Theory? Does someone here have that influence? Dr. May has authored a book on The Big Bang, consulted with NASA and worked on projects such as "space dust' which helps discern the important objects out there in the galaxy. The Big Bang Theory ends filming on April 24 (?). Bill Nye, who doesn't have a PhD in astro-physics also had a cameo. Can someone on this forum make a contact and a recommendation? I think it would be a nice gesture and a cameo would not take much 'rewrite.' Maybe they can goof on his expertise in physics and tell him to stick to the guitar. And if Bohemian Rhapsody gets a Best Picture nod....
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