Monday night TV is back!! We're still missing a few Monday favorites, but just about all of them are back tonight including How I Met Your Mother and the other Monday CBS comedies, Chuck , and more! Check out all that's new tonight: 8/7c Chuck on NBC How I Met Your Mother on CBS The Bachelor on ABC - Season Finale! Life UneXpected on The CW The Secret Life of The American Teenager on ABC Family 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS - Season Premiere! 9/8c Two and a Half Men on CBS 24 on Fox Law & Order on NBC - 2 hour special! Make It or Break It on ABC Family Intervention on A&E 9:30/8:30c The Big Bang Theory on CBS 10/9c The Bachelor : After the Final Rose on ABC CSI: Miami on CBS Damages on FX Greek on ABC Family The Buried Life on MTV 10:30/9:30c My Life As Liz on MTV 11/10c The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of THE BIG BANG THEORY "The Excelsior Acquisition" Season 3 Episode 16 airing Monday March 1st 2010 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The Big Bang Theory "The Excelsior Acquisition" Season 3 Episode 16 - Sheldon (Jim Parsons( winds up in traffic court when he gets a ticket because of Penny (Kaley Cuoco), on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Monday, March 1 (9:31-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
As reporter earlier this week, Wil Wheaton will reprise his role (as an evil version of himself) later this season on The Big Bang Theory. The actor will also resurrect his feud with Shelton, but in an unusual manner: the pair will have a showdown in a bowling alley. âSheldon sees this as an opportunity to settle the score and right the injustice that was created when Wil beat him at the fantasy card game,â producer Bill Prady said, referring to the April 12 episode and to the scene below from October. What will be the outcome of this bowl-off? Prady told Entertainment Weekly: âWilâs competitive desire to win at all costs will [inflict] collateral damage on other characters.â How intriguing and, we assume, hilarious. The Big Bang Theory returns with a new episode on March 1. Source Here
You've heard the buzz. You've seen the photo. Now watch the scene and prepare to LYAO. The complete episode - featuring a guest appearance by Mr. Stan Lee - airs this Monday. I'll be recording it on both my primary and back-up DVRs. You know, just in case. Source & Video
Question: What's going on with Katherine Heigl? Is she ever going to be returning to Grey's Anatomy? -Hannah Ausiello: Last I heard, she's due back on the Grey's set at the end of the month, which means we probably won't see Izzie again until late April. Coincidentally, that's right around the time a very special patient will be checking into Seattle Grace: Alex's brother! Sources confirm to me exclusively that Grey's is currently casting the role of Karev's estranged sibling. For those keeping score at home, this will be our first time meeting a member of Karev's troubled clan. Look for bro to dredge up a lot of ugly family history, including that nasty business about daddy beating mommy. Question: What's up with the Mercy West residents on Grey's Anatomy? Will they be sticking around next season? -PT Ausiello: I'm fairly certain one of them won't be. A reliable source tells me that one of the four has received his/her walking papers and will exit the show before the end of the season. Guesses? Scroll down to the comments! More Here:
It looks like producers of television's geekiest show (after 'Face the Nation,' I mean), 'The Big Bang Theory,' were happy with Wil Wheaton's guest appearance a while back because they have invited him to do the show once again. The show got a big ratings boost when our old friend played Sheldon's enemy on the show earlier this season, which was funny because he was playing himself. He calls himself "evil Wil Wheaton." He got the official word this morning that the episode is a go and he'll tape it on March 2. If this turns into a semi-regular thing, where he returns to the show every once in a great while to torment Sheldon, they should have a surprise other cast member from 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' to come on and challenge Wheaton or get in the middle of things. I can picture Jonathan Frakes or Brent Spiner doing that. Source Here
Two fun facts: Stan Lee, the father of all things Comics, will guest star on an upcoming Season 3 episode of THE BIG BANG THEORY. In that same episode, Sheldon will end up in jail because of a traffic court incident. The episode titled "The Excelsior Acquisition" will air Monday March 1 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: THE BIG BANG THEORY "The Excelsior Acquisition" - Sheldon winds up in traffic court when he gets a ticket because of Penny, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Monday, March 1 (9:31-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & More Photos
Actress Kaley Cuoco is struggling win back the support of producers behind her hit TV series The Big Bang Theory - after she "almost killed" co-star Johnny Galecki in a motor accident. Cuoco admits she loves being behind the wheel, even though she's a bad driver. She tells Maxim magazine, "I've had so many (accidents), I can't even count." To Read More Click Here .
CBS sitcoms, especially The Big Bang Theory, drew large audiences last night. On a completely opposite note, there was Heroes... * 8 p.m. House: 13.55 million viewers The Bachelor: 11.6 million How I Met Your Mother :10.1 million/Accidentally on Purpose: 9.2 million Chuck: 6.6 million One Tree Hill: 2.2 million * 9 p.m. Two and a Half Men: 17.55 million/The Big Bang Theory: 16.2 million The Bachelor: 13.05 million 24: 10.2 million Heroes season finale: 4.4 million Life Unexpected: 2 million * 10 p.m. CSI: Miami: 13.5 million Castle: 9.5 million Source Here
As previously reported, Stan Lee will guest star on the March 1 episode of The Big Bang Theory . This is great news for Sheldon, except for one problem: the character ends up in jail on that episode, following a minor traffic infraction and Sheldon's "lack of delicacy with the English language," as Jim Parsons explains to Entertainment Weekly. "He gets pushed to his limits and gets cross with the judge," Parsons told the magazine. "The phrase 'catching more flies with sugar than with vinegar' makes no sense to him. The truth is really all that matters." Of course, Sheldon soon "realizes he doesn't [have] a private bathroom" in the cell, producer Chuck Lorre adds. Therefore, he's happy to apologize and get the heck out of there. Will he actually get to meet Lee? Lorre says yes, but:"It doesn't go well." No shock there. But likely many, many laughs. Source Here