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Thats the same for me, I know people that just like watching but when try and talk more they are not that interested and I give up!

 

That's why we need this forum, so we can talk to like-minded people!  :)

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Aye and we can talk about our obsessions with the show and the very lovely Jim Parsons :) :)

 

oohhh, Jim    :wub:   How can one man be so adorable and cute and loveley and and and and

 

I soooo hope he gets a Golden Globe tonight. They air it at 2am in Germany, but I instructed a friend to record it for me. 

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I wonder if jim is aware of just how much he is admired by the female population!?

 

Probably.  I find him absolutely adorable but not in THAT way.  When he smiles, he looks like my 3-year old nephew.  I just want to pinch his cheeks and buy him a toy train.  I also watch in awe of his talent.  He nails the acting and the humor every single time.

 

Did anybody see the clip of him on Ellen last year?  He was about to do Broadway and she challenged him to read a soliloquy while she tried to distract him.  She was blowing horns in his face, shooting him with squirt guns, and clanging cymbals around him.  He was a really good sport, and kept it together remarkably well.

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Probably.  I find him absolutely adorable but not in THAT way.  When he smiles, he looks like my 3-year old nephew.  I just want to pinch his cheeks and buy him a toy train.  I also watch in awe of his talent.  He nails the acting and the humor every single time.

 

Did anybody see the clip of him on Ellen last year?  He was about to do Broadway and she challenged him to read a soliloquy while she tried to distract him.  She was blowing horns in his face, shooting him with squirt guns, and clanging cymbals around him.  He was a really good sport, and kept it together remarkably well.

 

yes I saw it. Great. I am screeing a lot of the late shows on youtube, because we do not have them here. I especially love his Craig appearences and Ellen.

I also would love to see him on Broadway live. 

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I decided to take the elevator to my apartment this evening and while I was waiting in the hallway, I heard the woman in the apartment next to the elevator say, "This is the best Big Bang Theory episode ever!" :D

I was tempted to knock on her door and say something! :D

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I decided to take the elevator to my apartment this evening and while I was waiting in the hallway, I heard the woman in the apartment next to the elevator say, "This is the best Big Bang Theory episode ever!" :D

I was tempted to knock on her door and say something! :D

 

You should have!  I can just imagine: 

 

(knock knock knock) "Neighbor!"

(knock knock knock) "Neighbor!"

(knock knock knock) "Neighbor!"

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Ok, so this story has two parts.

 

Last year, when i went to the cinema to see Prometheus with my bf, I don't know if you've seen it, but there is a part where they are dissecting an alien head and Noomi Rapace's character says "we need to find the locus coeruleus!".. well. whent that part played in the cinema, someone from the back yelled "CALL AMY FARRAH FOWLER!!!" to which the whole theatre erupted into laughter .

 

Well, today I got Prometheus in DVD and at that part I started laughing like an idiot because now I associate that with what happenned in the cinema and Amy and well... the tension of that scene was ruined forever because now it makes me laugh  :icon_lol:

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I was at a place called "The Painted Pig" today, painting pottery.

There was a little boy, maybe six or seven years old, at the next table and his mother asked him about a little girl at school. She had heard something about this little girl being his girlfriend.

He got kind of upset and said that she wasn't his girlfriend and that he didn't like it when people said she was.

I wanted to tell his mother, "She's a girl, she's his friend, but she's not his girlfriend!" :p

Oh, I was painting a tissue box to look like the Rubix cube one the guys have in their living room. And I'm going to paint a plate with some kind of Bazinga design. I'm thinking of doing some kind of atom or molecule, like we see in the transition segments, and then writing the Bazinga around the rim or something.

I also like the design on the shirt JP is wearing in the photo thread on page 66, but I can't decide.

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Ok, so this story has two parts.

 

Last year, when i went to the cinema to see Prometheus with my bf, I don't know if you've seen it, but there is a part where they are dissecting an alien head and Noomi Rapace's character says "we need to find the locus coeruleus!".. well. whent that part played in the cinema, someone from the back yelled "CALL AMY FARRAH FOWLER!!!" to which the whole theatre erupted into laughter .

 

Well, today I got Prometheus in DVD and at that part I started laughing like an idiot because now I associate that with what happenned in the cinema and Amy and well... the tension of that scene was ruined forever because now it makes me laugh  :icon_lol:

 

OMG this is awesome. I love it when random strangers are into fandoms I'm in! 

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This show invades my life because it really has somewhat to do with my career.  Oh BTW I did not get that role on GMW. :(

aww sorry to hear that Krys *hug* don't worry, another thing will come along :)

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This show invades my life because it really has somewhat to do with my career.  Oh BTW I did not get that role on GMW. :(

 

 

There are other roles out there that are just waiting for you. You seem to have a true passion for what you do. Your time will come. 

 

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So sorry to

This show invades my life because it really has somewhat to do with my career.  Oh BTW I did not get that role on GMW. :(

Oh, so sorry to hear that Shel. Just keep working on it and we'll keep cheering you on.

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