Ever wonder what the floorplans of those houses and apartments on TV looked like from a birdseye view? We got it for you here!
On the Gabbing Geek podcast, Jenny blasted the popular show as dreck but even the heartless Jenny should be proud of how the cast and crew of The Big Bang Theory used their success to help the world become a better place!
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I’ve never regularly collected Superman comics. As you can probably guess by what I tend to write about, I’ve always been more of a Spider-Man fan with Batman a very, very close second.
Nothing against the big blue boy scout, and I’m not even sure why he ranks so low on my interest level. Maybe he is too powerful and I relate more to the hero that is more worried about getting home with a cake for his Aunt May’s dinner party than how to beat the Shocker this go round.
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In the upcoming theatrical production of The Last Testament: A Memoir By God, Jim Parsons, famous for his emmy winning role of Sheldon Cooper AND for going to college with William Watson (I met him, but he was merely a friend of a friend) will play the Lord, Our God.
The producers had some fun with it:
Humorously, the announcement reads that God commented via His press agent, “I chose Jim to play Me because I relish the irony of telling the real story of the Six Days of Creation through the star of The Big Bang Theory.