Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of THE BIG BANG THEORY titled "The Wheaton Recurrence" Season 3 Episode 19 airing Monday April 12 (9:31-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The Big Bang Theory "The Wheaton Recurrence" Season 3 Episode 19 - A fight between Leonard and Penny threatens their relationship, while Sheldon battles Wil Wheaton in bowling, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Monday, April 12 (9:31-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
It's a big night for SideReel's top shows: both How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory finally return with new post-March Madness episodes, and Gossip Girl is also new with "The Unblairable Lightness of Being." In addition, don't forget a brand-new episode of House , and for all you Tough Love fans, Steve Ward and his match-making mom is back with the new couples edition! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Dancing with the Stars on ABC House on Fox 10 Things I Hate About You (TV) on ABC Family How I Met Your Mother on CBS Life UneXpected on The CW -- season finale! 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c 24 on Fox Two and a Half Men on CBS Trauma on NBC Gossip Girl on The CW Tough Love Couples on VH1 -- season premiere! 9:30/8:30c The Big Bang Theory on CBS 10/9c Castle on ABC CSI: Miami on CBS Damages on FX Nurse Jackie on Showtime Saving Grace on TNT 10:30/9:30c The United States of Tara on Showtime What will you be watching?
* House (8/7c Fox) No, House and his gang haven't followed their last patient into that black hole she was hallucinating, but it has been a month since we've heard from them. So what's new? Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) is back, for one thing. And she and everyone else will have plenty of time to catch up because the hospital has been put on lockdown because of a missing infant, and everyone must stay where they are. David Straithairn guest stars as a crotchety terminal patient who must pass the lockdown time with House, and Hugh Laurie makes his directorial debut. * Life Unexpected (8/7c The CW ) This drama about a foster teenager reconnecting with her birth parents wraps up its rookie season. As Cate prepares to marry Ryan, she attempts to sort out her feelings for both him and Baze, a man who has become an almost constant presence in her life ever since he reentered the picture with Lux. Meanwhile, Lux discloses some big news that could be life-changing for everyone around her. * 24 (9/8c Fox) For eight seasons now, fans have been rooting for Jack Bauer, super secret agent in the war against terror, even if we weren't always entirely sure we approved of his methods. But equally important to the series' success has been having somebody to draw our ire - and not just the obvious terrorist enemies. Returning tonight to the show for the stretch run is former president Logan (Gregory Itzin), the man whose picture ought to appear beneath the dictionary definition for "smarmy." * The Big Bang Theory (9:31/8:31c CBS) Since Sheldon loves superheroes and they usually have nemeses that never go away, it only seems fitting that Sheldon would have one, too. Wil Wheaton returns to battle Sheldon once again, and this time they face off in the bowling alley - though it's difficult to imagine Sheldon even picking up a ball, let alone playing. Also engaged in battle - but with words - are Penny and Leonard, whose argument threatens their relationship. * Castle (10:02/9:02 ABC) The late-night talk-show wars may have settled down, but it's still deadly terrain for talk-show hosts in Richard Castle's world. Tom Bergeron puts his gift of gab to good use playing Bobby Mann, a renowned host with a target on his back. He forewarns Castle of his pending death, but when Mann's prediction comes true Beckett isn't convinced of foul play. It then falls to Castle to change her mind. Meanwhile, a sexy celeb (Kelly Carlson) cozies up to Castle. Source Here
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Sara Gilbert is coming back to The Big bang Theory. On the May 24 season finale, look for the actress to reprise her role as Leonardâs ex, Leslie Winkle. According to insiders, the character has been hanging around the college, despite having been off the show since last year, when Leonard started dating Penny. Gilbert was most recently seen as a terminal patient on Grey's Anatomy. Her appearance on The Big Bang Theory in May will be brief, but exciting. Source Here
Did you know that we post SideReel's 10 most popular shows from the previous week on our homepage each Monday? They're on the sidebar! But in case you missed them, here's a recap of last week's 10 most popular shows: Gossip Girl How I Met Your Mother 90210 Vampire Diaries The Big Bang Theory Grey's Anatomy Spartacus: Blood and Sand Lost Supernatural America's Next Top Model Bumped off the list from the prior week include Desperate Housewives and The Office . Rising in the ranks: Spartacus: Blood and Sand which out of nowhere jumped onto our Top 10 list 2 weeks ago at number 10, and this week moved up to number 7 - more popular than Lost ! What shows have you been watching on SideReel? Are you faves in the Top 10? Have any predictions which shows might pop on there this week?
"The Big Bang Theory" releases a still from the upcoming April 12 episode which unmistakably will tickle out laughter as well as curiosity. The four nerds are in the comic book store, dressed in superheroes costume and crossing the gender. Wolowitz is Batgirl, Sheldon is Wonder Woman, Leonard is Supergirl while Raj, who is the only one excited about the costume, is Catwoman. "I will say this. This is not the worst thing that happens to someone in this episode," executive producer Bill Prady told Entertainment Weekly. In the episode, a fight between Leonard and Penny threatens their relationship. EW's Ausiello previously questioned Prady whether the couple will head to splitsville. The producer reminded that fans "shouldn't look at what happens in a single episode as definitive. The relationships between these characters - especially romantic relationships - are messy." Also in the episode, Wil Wheaton will come back as himself and battles Sheldon in bowling. Source Here
Kaley Cuoco is making her move. The female star of the CBS hit show, The Big Bang Theory, has won the lead female role in I Hop, a live-action/CG-animation comedy produced by Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. I Hop marks Cuocoâs first major studio feature role, an important distinction considering her last few films have been straight-to-DVD fare like Killer Movie, Cougar Club and the Lifetime classic, To Be Fat Like Me. In I Hop, Cuoco helps take care of the Easter Bunnyâs (voiced by Russell Brand) son after her unemployed and irresponsible brother (James Marsden) accidently injures the child. Tim Hill (Alvin and the Chipmunks) will direct. To counter-balance the broad comedy of I Hop, Cuoco will also be appearing in Harry Thomason (The Hunting of the President) independent film, The Last Ride. She will play a gas-station owner who has a brief fling with the man (Jesse James) who is responsible for driving Hank Williams (Henry Thomas) from Alabama to Canton, Ohio to play what might be the singerâs last gig. Cuoco has managed to stay afloat in the TV business for about 10 years now but the film industry is a different animal. Time will tell if Cuoco can transition successfully but, at the very least, she seems to be playing it smart by taking divergent roles. Source Here
It's a match made in TV geek heaven: The Big Bang Theory has tapped erstwhile Blossom star Mayim Bialik to guest star (and possibly recur) as a potential love interest for Sheldon. As first teased in EW's Ask Ausiello; Bialik's character, Victoria, gets paired with Sheldon on an eHarmony-type matchmaking service and with good reason. She's described as the female version of Jim Parson's theoretical physicist. Bialik, who has a recurring role as the high school guidance counsellor on The Secret Life of The American Teenager , will appear in Big Bang's May 24 season finale and could return next season in a recurring capacity. The casting comes amid a flurry of female activity for Sheldon. Judy Greer will "spend the night" with him in early May. Source
Judy Greer will appear on an upcoming episode of The Big Bang Theory, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The 34-year-old actress will play a famous physicist whom Sheldon (Jim Parsons) invites to stay the night at his apartment, according to Entertainment Weekly. The episode will air in May. Greer guest-starred on Modern Family earlier this month as an ex-girlfriend of Phil's (Ty Burrell). On top of her voice work on Archer, she recently signed on to star opposite David Krumholtz in the Fox pilot Tax Man. Are you excited to see Judy Greer on The Big Bang Theory? Source Here