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  1. They only write 2-3 weeks out of taping. The announcement that Season 12 would be the last was made on August 22nd.
  2. Where is this coming from. Can't she just not want children? This show is a sitcom with a small window of time to wrap things up. Do you really think that they are going to get into infertility issues now?
  3. vonmar

    Simon Helberg

    From The Pasadena Star News How this ‘Big Bang Theory’ star came to play George Bailey in a new ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ production Simon Helberg steps out of the hit CBS sitcom into the Pasadena Playhouse holiday production It’s been a while since actor Simon Helberg stepped away from his day job on television and into a live theatrical production. But as Howard Wolowitz, the brainy character he plays on the hit sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” might say, even though it’s not rocket science it might be just as thrilling. “It’s always kind of fast, and that makes it kind of exciting and it makes it kind of terrifying,” Helberg says of the one week of rehearsal for the Pasadena Playhouse production of “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play,” which held its first preview on Wednesday. “It’s a perfect blend of a deep paralyzing panic and kind of euphoric delirium,” he says of live theater. “It’s scary, but I think that kind of lends itself to the fun.” <full article in the link>
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    Cast, Crew, And Bbt News

    From Deadline Hollywood Claire Foy & Chuck Lorre Set For Honors At Critics’ Choice Awards The Critics’ Choice Awards will honor The Girl in the Spider’s Web star and The Crown alum Claire Foy and sitcom hitmaker Chuck Lorre at its 24th annual ceremony next month. <snip> The Big Bang Theory creator Lorre — whose recent credits also include Netflix’s The Kominsky Method and Disjointed and CBS’ Young Sheldon and Mom — is set for Critics’ Choice Creative Achievement Award. It recognizes a body of work that stands out for its sustained excellence over a period of decades on programs that have delighted huge audiences with tremendous laughter and clever insights into the human condition. Big Bang, Kominsky, Sheldon and Mom all are nominated for Crtics’ Choice Awards this year. The Big Bang Theory has been called the most successful television comedy ever, so it seems like the perfect time to honor Chuck as that show gets ready to ride off into the sunset,” said Joey Berlin, President of the Broadcast Film Critics Association. “For a quarter of a century Chuck has been keeping us in stitches with comedies of remarkable hilarity and consistency, delighting viewers and critics alike.” The Critics’ Choice Awards are presented by the the BFCA and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. The CW will air the January 13 ceremony live from Barker Hangar in Santa Monica.
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    Simon Helberg

    There's an account on Instagram @reallsimonhelberg that is pretending to be Simon and actually got blue check verified by IG. Bill Prady confirmed via Twitter this afternoon that it is not Simon. Simon is not on IG. If you follow this account please unfollow and report. If you have an IG account and don't follow this person, please take a minute to report this account. Impersonating a real person is a violation of IG's Terms of Service. @emmy4mayim captured her Twitter exchange with Bill. Please note in the fraud user name starts with the word REAL has two LL's
  6. The writers once said at Comic Con that sometimes the stories come out of the writers real life experiences. This may have happened to one of them once. Asking or being approached by someone they know to help them conceive.
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    The Kominsky Method

    From Variety Chuck Lorre Gets Personal as Kudos Pile Up for ‘The Kominsky Method’ With three SAG Award noms adding to the momentum of kudos recognition for Netflix’s “The Kominsky Method,” the show has quickly become the most well-received series in Chuck Lorre’s long career in television. It’s also among the most personal. “I wanted to write about getting older and all that that entails,” Lorre told Variety. “I wanted to write about people losing loved ones and dealing with health issues and grown children. I found this wonderful avenue through Netflix where there were no ratings restrictions and they were totally supportive. I could write without looking over my shoulder.” “Kominsky” revolves around the close friendship of an aging acting teacher, played by Michael Douglas, and his longtime friend and agent, played by Alan Arkin. In the past two weeks, the Warner Bros. TV series, which bowed Nov. 21, has racked up Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award nominations as well as an AFI mention. “Gratifying doesn’t even begin to cover how extraordinary this has been,” Lorre said of the kudos recognition. <full article in the link> Golden Globes - 3 nominations Critics Choice Awards - 2 nominations Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards - 3 nominations American Film Institute (AFI) -TV Program of the Year Honoree
  8. Anything you want to share about the story line and your experience
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    Jim Parsons

    What a cutie!
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    Simon Helberg

    From The Pasadena Playhouse It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play | December 12 — December 23 It’s a Wonderful Life, one of the all-time classic Christmas stories, comes to life onstage in a 1940s-style radio broadcast. Join Simon Helberg as the down-on-his-luck George Bailey whose guardian angel shows him what his town would have been like had he never been born. This timeless masterpiece guarantees to warm your heart this holiday season.
  11. To prevent confusion, mphs95 started this thread. I've combined the four different threads into this one. The system puts the earliest timed post first. Vonmar was the first to post, hence why her post is now first in this thread. From Variety ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Spinoff About Young Sheldon Eyed at CBS, Warner Bros. TV Warner Bros. TV and CBS are in the early stages of developing a spinoff of “The Big Bang Theory” that would revolve around the Sheldon Cooper character as a youth. The project is nearing a script deal, sources tell Variety. Jim Parsons, who plays Sheldon on the flagship series, is attached to executive produce the spinoff along with Chuck Lorre and “Big Bang” showrunner Steve Molaro. “Big Bang” co-creator/exec producer Bill Prady is likely to be on board as an exec producer as well. Molaro will write the script focusing on Sheldon, the idiosyncratic and neurotic genius, as a youth growing up in Texas. The character’s colorful family and formative years in the Lone Star state have often been referenced on “Big Bang Theory.” Laurie Metcalf earned an Emmy nomination this year for her recurring guest star role as Sheldon’s mother, Mary Cooper. CBS and Warner Bros. TV declined to comment. Molaro will write the script focusing on Sheldon, the idiosyncratic and neurotic genius, as a youth growing up in Texas. The character’s colorful family and formative years in the Lone Star state have often been referenced on “Big Bang Theory.” Laurie Metcalf earned an Emmy nomination this year for her recurring guest star role as Sheldon’s mother, Mary Cooper. CBS and Warner Bros. TV declined to comment. “Big Bang Theory” is television’s top comedy, a major feat for a show in its 10th season. Warner Bros. and CBS are expected to begin discussions soon about a renewal deal that is anticipated to take the show through another two or three seasons. A prequel spinoff would give CBS a shot at extending the valuable “Big Bang” franchise. Renewing “Big Bang” is an expensive investment, as the core cast members — Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco — currently make $1 million per episode for their 24-episode seasons. A new series would come with a lower cost structure but capitalize on the built-in “Big Bang” fan base. Sources caution, though, that the follow-up series is still in very early development, just at the script stage.
  12. Yes there is. Last one of 2018.
  13. vonmar

    [Spoilers] Lenny: Season 12

    This is the last thing that I want to see happen. In my opinion, Penny should only get pregnant because she wants to.
  14. Breaking the fourth wall is unprofessional and makes the entire production look bad. We get enough shenanigans in the bloopers and behind the scene photos. I want a well written/acted/produced and satisfying finale. It's what the show deserves.
  15. Zack is back! Brian Thomas Smith posted an IG story from Stage 25. "My favorite place to work!"
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    Jim Parsons

    The Intel ads are all over the place, TV print, You Tube etc. It's Jim's thing. He's been under contract and doing ads for Intel since fall 2014.
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    Jim Parsons

    Another little cutie from today's Intel shoot... Miss Lily Maysen Villegas
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    Kaley Cuoco

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