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Tensor last won the day on June 19

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About Tensor

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  • Birthday 11/14/1955

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    Johnny Galecki
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    Season 7
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    The Friendship Turbulence

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  1. I thought I would drop this in here. Most of you know I'm writing a fan fic about Penny's pregnancy. One thing that a lot of people don't know or realize, is that Penny, in the show, would have been due, either last week, or sometime this week. While the show ended in May, episode 23, The Change Constant, depicts the 9th of October and one or possibly two days after that. Nobel prizes are announced on 9 October. Episode 24, The Stockholm Syndrome, depicts the week before and up to, the 10th of December (The prizes last year were handed out on the 10th). With Penny claiming the sex with Leonard, after she got drunk with Sheldon, as the occurrence that caused the pregnancy, conception would be sometime the second week of October, which gives her the due date during the weeks mentioned. So, for all the Lenny lovers out there, by next week, their child will have been born.
  2. That expression is why I put this in the last chapter: "...Bernadette kept saying I wanted them, Iā€™d see after I had them, and Amy came in and gave me some creepy reasons."
  3. Nope. I heard this morning that another movie, will start shooting in June, in the UK. The two actors (Chris Pratt is one of them) will fly to the UK, and then be put into a two week quarantine, and will have to pass a Covid test before they start. But, there is no word on when they will start shooting in the US. SAG is going to determine when they feel it's safe for the actors. EQUITY is doing the same thing for stage actors.
  4. It's very common. I hate watching recordings of plays I've been in. My daughter hates it too. When you're watching yourself, you start thinking about why you made that acting choice and not another acting choice, or something you thought looked great, while you were doing it, actually really looks bad. Some, like Kaley, in addition to how they appear, hate how her voice sounds. For that reason, she doesn't watch herself However, she's having to get over not hearing and not watching herself. As the executive producer, on The Flight Attendant, she's in the editing bay, when they are editing the show. So she has to watch and listen to herself. Other actors that have made the transition to producers have also had to learn to get over it.
  5. Happy Birthday Swedish Chef.
  6. TBBT wins the 2019 Teen Choice Award,, for best TV comedy. https://www.spoilertv.com/2019/08/teen-choice-2019-winners-announced.html
  7. Tensor

    Episodic Errors

    That's fine, but I suggest you look at 26 US Code, (Internal Revenue Service code) section 183. It requires profit for three years out of five (or five out of seven, depending on the activity), to be able to claim writes offs, of this nature. And, only deductions up to the profit for that activity are allowed, which limits such deduction. If deductions are made for the first two years of the activity, and no profit is made, then no profit is made for the third year, the IRS can recoup the amount of those deductions.
  8. Tensor

    Episodic Errors

    At the time, Kaley could not write off those expenses. First off, she didn't have her ranch at the time (2012). Besides, if she would have, it would have put her in the professional class, in jumping (you can be considered a professional just by running a ranch or stable. Since they opened Big Bay City ranch, she no longer rides in the A/O class (Amateur/Owner class). While there is a lot you can deduct. My daughter (who is a member of EQUITY and SAG, and I help her with taxes) deducts all her traveling expenses, any housing expenses over what she gets paid, makeup, any tickets she buys for theatre or movies, meals, etc, etc, etc. Lorvis' collection (and Sheldon's trains), are more than likely part of the Warner Brothers property collection (as was the Batmobile that Leonard drove.) A private collector cannot just write off, say a collection of trains, as a business expense, unless they can show they were specifically bought to be rented out on a continuing basis, as a business.
  9. If you can remember your thirties... Look at it this way skull, you're half my age.
  10. Hey @3ku11, hope you're have a great birthday. Happy Birthday, skull.
  11. Tensor

    Fan art

    As the cast is no longer together, your best bet may be to send it to Chuck Lorre Productions. Or, possibly Warner Brothers. A google search should be able to give you the addresses.
  12. Sara Rue (Dr Stephanie) is a co-star in this show. Chuck must like her, she's been in multiple episodes of TBBT, Two and a Half Men, and Mom. Interestingly, she was also in one episode of Blossom, in 1995.
  13. Amazed? LOL, you should read a few of the ones I've hidden.
  14. Tensor

    Episodic Errors

    I was going by your comment here: It appeared to me that is what you were saying. Setting herself up, and later that night, appeared to me, as if you were anticipating and attack that night. I was just point out, it wasn't likely.
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