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Did You Catch The Touching Tribute To Leonard Nimoy On The 'Big Bang Theory'?

March 6th, 2015 8:21am EST
'Big Bang Theory' Pays Touching Trubute To Leonard Nimoy
CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" paid its respects to it's favorite Vulcan, Leonard Nimoy, on Thursday.

Instead of sharing his usual weekly insights, Chuck Lorre's vanity card featured an image of Nimoy and one simple sentence: "The impact you had on our show and our lives is everlasting."

The television series "Star Trek" had been referenced many times on the series. Jim Parsons (Sheldon) dressed as Spock in one episode and all of the main male characters including Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Raj (Kunal Nayyar) and Howard (Simon Helberg) could all recite the Vulcan character's dying words.

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Which 'Survivor' Took An Early Exit Last Night?

March 5th, 2015 11:44am EST
'Survivor : Worlds Apart' Recap - Vince: 'I Was Gonna Take Them
Last time on, Survivor: The three tribes seem to be embodying their names. The No Collars are chillin’, but there’s a power struggle going on in Vince’s mind – Joe’s abilities and likeability are making Vince jealous. The Blue Collars are working hard and playing hard. And the White Collars are floundering; they’ve got too many managers and not enough staff.

At the first Tribal Council, So was voted off the island. 17 are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

As the sun rises on Day Four, the Blues are enjoying the little crabs they’ve found on the beach, when Dan returns from a swim, minu...
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'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Dark Money' - Horrible Bosses

March 2nd, 2015 7:36am EST
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Dark Money' - Horrible Bosses
The Good Wife is back, returning from its midseason break with another of its well-established recurring characters, a well-known special guest star, and, of course, more campaign drama. "Dark Money" is just one ring shy of a circus and underneath that, a slow start to the second half of the season.

The eccentric Colin Sweeney believes that a television program has based a character on him, using the "ripped from the headlines" phrase famously coined by Law & Order - hilariously, Dylan Baker plays both parts - and has enlisted Florrick, Agos and Lockhart to file suit on his behalf.

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Survivor: Worlds Apart Premiere – And So It Begins

February 26th, 2015 12:27pm EST
Survivor
Yeehaw! It’s the 30th season of Survivor, and we’re going all cowboy this year! 18 plucky Americans, divided into three tribes, are jounced through the jungles of Nicaragua in the back of a pickup truck to meet our boy in blue, Jeff Probst.

Our contestants have been chosen based on their work styles. The White Collar group (the ones who make the rules,) Blue Collar (the ones who follow the rules,) and No Collar – those crazy freethinkers who live to break the rules. Why, there’s a No Collar fellow right now! You can tell because he looks vaguely like Fabio and has attached white feathers t...
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Singer Jonathan Knight And Boyfriend Join Cast Of 'The Amazing Race' (Watch)

February 26th, 2015 10:43am EST
Singer Jonathan Knight And Boyfriend Join Cast Of 'The Amazing R
"The Amazing Race" returns for season 26 of the reality competition series and will feature none other than New Kids on the Block singer Jonathan Knight, who will compete alongside boyfriend Harley Rodriguez.

Knight revealed to People Magazine that he was nervous to spend three weeks traveling with Rodriguez, admitting that it was probably the longest amount of time the couple has spent together continually.

Knight, 46, was a member of New Kids on the Block until he decided to leave the band in 1994. He reunited with the group upon its reformation in 2008.

The older brother of NKOTB ban...
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Why Wasn't Charlie Sheen In The 'Two And A Half Men' Finale?

February 20th, 2015 6:20pm EST
Chuck Lorre Explains Why Charlie Sheen Didn't Appear In 'Two And
Charlie Sheen was offered a cameo in the "Two and A Half Men" finale, but the actor decided not to accept the offer.

The hit show ended its final, twelfth season on Thursday, and fans hoped Sheen would make a surprise appearance on the episode even though his character Charlie Harper was killed in France.

Creator Chuck Lorre had hoped Sheen would return to the series and centered the episode on Charlie, whose brother, played by Jon Cryer, discovered he didn't actually die but was kidnapped by his stalker-turned-wife, Rose, who imprisoned him in a pit in her basement for four years.

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Matthew Moy Previews Tonight's Big '2 Broke Girls' Episode

February 16th, 2015 12:15pm EST
Matthew Moy Previews Tonight's Big '2 Broke Girls' Episode
Tonight's episode of 2 Broke Girls is a big one for Matthew Moy, who portrays Max and Caroline's boss at the Williamsburg Diner, Han Lee. It's also a big one for the show, as it addresses the important issue of bullying.

We caught up with Matthew on Thursday to get an inside look at what we can expect when Han, Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) find themselves at odds with two prep-school teenagers in "And The Knock Off Knockout."

"We get to see Han get a bit involved with the girls' situation, and we also get to see all three of them interact outside of the diner. It's fun," h...
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'NCIS: New Orleans' Star Zoe McLellan Comes Back At Top Of Her Game

February 10th, 2015 2:07pm EST
'NCIS: New Orleans' Star Zoe McLellan Comes Back At Top Of Her G
As Special Agent Meredith "Merri" Brody on NCIS: New Orleans, Zoe McLellan is co-leading the newest part of the NCIS franchise with poise and grace. The role puts her front and center, and in tonight's episode "Be Careful What You Wish For," she gets to show audiences more of what makes Brody tick.

We caught up with Zoe on Monday to ask her what brought her to Brody in the first place, what it's been like being on the latest NCIS spinoff, and what we can expect from tonight's episode - besides a solid performance from an actress who's definitely taken the lead of one of the highest-rated n...
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What Role Is Jim Parsons Playing On Broadway?

January 30th, 2015 2:33pm EST
'Big Bang Theory's' Jim Parsons Is God!
In the beginning, there was Jim Parsons, and he was God.

The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning "Big Bang Theory" actor will star as the Almighty in a limited engagement of "An Act of God."

This new comedy is based on the book "The Last Testament: A Memoir By God" producer Jeffrey Finn announced Thursday. Previews will begin May 5 at Studio 54, ahead of its May 28 opening.

The Washington Post called the book “a bawdy circus of theological vaudeville.”

Parsons returns to Broadway after making his debut in "The Normal Heart" in 2011 and starring in the revival "Harvey" in 2012.

The press rele...
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Meet CBS's New 'Supergirl'

January 23rd, 2015 1:02pm EST
'Glee's' Melissa Benoist Is CBS's New 'Supergirl'
"It's a bird, it's a plane, it's "Glee" star Melissa Benoist as "Supergirl."

Benoist has been cast to take on lead role of Superman's cousin, Kara Zor-El, in CBS's new "Supergirl" television TV series.

The CBS series starring Benoist will follow Superman's cousin from Krypton, Kara Zor-El, also known as Kara Danvers. After escaping Krypton, Kara has been hiding her powers. She later chooses to embrace her abilities and be the hero she was destined to be.

"We're watching an evolution with regard to the way superhero characters are portrayed. There's a humanity, they're flawed, there's a r...
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