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Initially I thought of The Wire,s fat slobby cop, who reminds me of John Goodman, and who supervises McNulty.

I then thought that whoever comes in, they should play it straight. That would help to emphasise how bonkers they all are. And what's wrong with that.

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Some suggestions: I think we need to have more big names from the world of science fiction.

Patrick Stewart, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, George Lucas etc.

I would love to see either Kelsey Grammer or David Hyde Pierce as Leonard's dad would be great.

Since I love 2 1/2 Men I would like to see more crossovers with either Charlie Sheen or Jon Cryer.

How about Conchata Ferrell (who plays Berta on 2 1/2 Men) plays Sheldon's MeeMaw and she could be both loving and sarcastic to Sheldon (and it would go over his head).

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I would love to see Stephen Hawking ask Sheldon for his scirentific opinion and tell him what a genuis he is and how much he admires his superior intelligence. That would be hilarious, my dream show.

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Some suggestions: I think we need to have more big names from the world of science fiction.

Patrick Stewart, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, George Lucas etc.

I would love to see either Kelsey Grammer or David Hyde Pierce as Leonard's dad would be great.

Since I love 2 1/2 Men I would like to see more crossovers with either Charlie Sheen or Jon Cryer.

How about Conchata Ferrell (who plays Berta on 2 1/2 Men) plays Sheldon's MeeMaw and she could be both loving and sarcastic to Sheldon (and it would go over his head).

You like TBBT and you would put someone like Charlie S in it no way

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Old thread, but what about Neil Patrick Harris reprising his role as Doogie Howser...except now he's a "once was" child prodigy named Doug Howser.  Episode ends with someone typing in a log in a dos based text screen.

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