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I'm so very lucky to be home from work today and I'm watching Jim on Kelly & Michael.  He is so adorable and sweet.  I love that bird costume his mother made for him when he was little!  And those socks!  Ha Ha - great!

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aww..so jealous... it would be a dream to be able to see this show, I didn't have idea that Jim would have interacted with the public.. it must be amazing!!! 

 

also happy for all the people here will go to see him, you know, you are very lucky!!

 

mamallama I hope that you will succeed in noticing all the fantastic details that you have told us last time!  :)

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the Today Show one is available on the today show's site.  Just watched.  He was cute, mainly all about the Act of God.  You can see how much he loves theater.  Makes me so excited to see it in a few weeks.

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The Kelly & Michael interview is on youtube already.

Interesting that he auditioned for Barney in HIMYM, can't imagine him in that role!

 

Interesting indeed. Well, I think Jim is perfect being Shelly and Neil Patrick executed Barney well.

Thumbs up! Thanks for sharing :) a little bit imagine Jim as Barney... Hmmm

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Tomorrow night!!!!!!

I'm spinning over stupid things, do I dress up a bit, do I go casual like I usually do when I go to a play?

Must have comfortable shoes so I can race to the back door.

And the best thing is you get to go see it again.

awww love him on Live!  He was great!

Loved his comment about the socks.

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Hmmm acting whilst sitting the whole time sounds kinda ideal!

 

Actually, it sounds difficult. When you're standing I think it's easier to use your body to express feelings etc, so for an actor I think it would be more difficult if he's seating all the time. If so, kudos to Jim!

Of course, I may be wrong. 

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Hmmm acting whilst sitting the whole time sounds kinda ideal!

 

 

Well he sits a fair amount but he does get up and move about the audience in parts of it because those who went last night talked about it.  They said he came out and one person he touched their hand, he went up to some and asked them to ask him something, etc.  It was "interactive".   So he doesn't sit the whole show on the couch...just some of it.

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I finally saw the clips of both interviews, and he was just captivating. Energy just radiates from the screen. How is he not exhausted? Forget the Fountain Of Youth. I want to know how he can consistently maintain this pace and not be frazzled

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From Deadline Hollywood: http://deadline.com/2015/05/jim-parsons-developing-ryan-oconnell-im-special-comedy-series-1201423426/

 

Jim Parsons Developing Ryan O’Connell’s ‘I’m Special’ As Comedy Series

 

In a competitive situation, Warner Bros TV has acquired Ryan O’Connell’s book I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves for development as a half-hour comedy series. Jim Parsons and Todd Spiewak will executive produce through their It’s Wonderful Productions with O’Connell attached to write and also executive produce. They will begin shopping the

project next month.

 

I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves, to be published in June by Simon & Schuster, is described as a part-memoir, part-manifesto by O’Connell — who is both gay and has cerebral palsy — about what it’s like to grow up with special needs. It reveals what sets apart the latest generation of young people coming of age in an all-wired, over-educated and underemployed world and touches on modern dating culture, internships, jobs, drugs and coming out of the closet.

That’s Wonderful Productions is repped by CAA. O’Connell is repped by UTA and Jackoway Tyerman.

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From Deadline Hollywood: http://deadline.com/2015/05/jim-parsons-developing-ryan-oconnell-im-special-comedy-series-1201423426/

 

Jim Parsons Developing Ryan O’Connell’s ‘I’m Special’ As Comedy Series

 

In a competitive situation, Warner Bros TV has acquired Ryan O’Connell’s book I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves for development as a half-hour comedy series. Jim Parsons and Todd Spiewak will executive produce through their It’s Wonderful Productions with O’Connell attached to write and also executive produce. They will begin shopping the

project next month.

 

I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves, to be published in June by Simon & Schuster, is described as a part-memoir, part-manifesto by O’Connell — who is both gay and has cerebral palsy — about what it’s like to grow up with special needs. It reveals what sets apart the latest generation of young people coming of age in an all-wired, over-educated and underemployed world and touches on modern dating culture, internships, jobs, drugs and coming out of the closet.

That’s Wonderful Productions is repped by CAA. O’Connell is repped by UTA and Jackoway Tyerman.

 Aint it the truth we are living in a global economy fueled by technology and we're people are over-educated and underemployed.  That is life if you're young an trying to make it in this market where everyone else is on par in terms of their education, skills and qualifications. I think it's  great idea for show, especially when you add the special needs element.   I hope he eventually develops something for himself after The Big Bang Theory. I would love to see him in a live-action film with him as the lead. 

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Well he sits a fair amount but he does get up and move about the audience in parts of it because those who went last night talked about it.  They said he came out and one person he touched their hand, he went up to some and asked them to ask him something, etc.  It was "interactive".   So he doesn't sit the whole show on the couch...just some of it.

 

That's nice of him. 

 

Off Topic. Sorry, I like your profile picture. When was that? So cute.

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