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So… did The Big Bang Theory‘s Amy say yes?
That was the question of the hour as the CBS comedy’s cast members took the stage Friday morning at San Diego Comic-Con: Did Mayim Bialik’s character accept the cliffhanger marriage proposal offered by Jim Parsons’ Sheldon at the end of Season 10?
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Sadly (though not surprisingly), the show’s cast and creative team gave no indication of whether Leonard & Co. should start getting measured for tuxedos and bridesmaids gowns. The most information fans got on the pivotal scene came from Kaley Cuoco, who »
The season 10 finale of “The Big Bang Theory” provided an emotional moment for the cast and crew.
In a panel Friday at Comic-Con in San Diego, star Kaley Cuoco described the mood on set of the multi-camera comedy when it came time to shoot the episode’s final scene — in which Jim Parsons’ Sheldon Cooper proposed to Mayim Bialik’s Amy. Cuoco said that the entire cast and crew had gathered behind camera to witness the scene.
“I started crying,” Cuoco said.
“We were all crying,” added co-star Kunal Nayyar.
“I came as close to crying as is possible for me,” added fellow co-star Johnny Galecki.
The proposal was the culmination of a long arc for Sheldon and Amy — one that had been slowly building since Bialik joined the cast in 2010.
“To see that be the pinnacle of this season was really cool,” Cuoco said. “We’ve all come such a long way.”
- Daniel Holloway
Grab your best bing-bong, and light up the bazingas, because The Big Bang Theory returned to San Diego Comic-Con this year with a, well, bang! Cast members Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar, and Kevin Sussman regaled the 6,000+ attendees with fast and funny nerd friendly jokes that had fans
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- Alexander Zalben
The stars of CBS' The Big Bang Theory returned to Comic-Con on Friday with a light-hearted panel looking back at the game-changing events of season 10, while bypassing any hints about what could be coming in the final 44 episodes in TV's No. 1 comedy.
Returning to the San Diego stage for the show's 10th anniversary panel were Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Kaley Cuoco (Penny), Kunal Nayaar (Raj) and Kevin Sussman (Stuart). They were joined by creator Bill Prady and Steve Molaro, as well as members of the show's writing staff for a panel moderated by recurring guest stars Riki Lindhome »
- Lesley Goldberg
Drake‘s not the only one cashing in on some throwback royalties.
Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik took to Instagram on Tuesday to reveal that 27 years later, she’s still making money from a 1990 appearance on one episode of Doogie Howser, M.D., the hit ABC series starring Neil Patrick Harris that ran from 1989-93.
“That’s right. Gross was $0.02. Net to me: $0.01,” Bialik, 41, captioned a photo of the royalty check, adding a series of hilarious hashtags.
Of course, Bialik’s paychecks look a little different these days. »
- Aurelie Corinthios
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- Megan Vick
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- Megan Vick
Make some more room around the kitchen table.
Although Johnny Galecki’s involvement in ABC’s forthcoming Roseanne revival remains an open question, new details have come to light that suggest his character, David Healy, will at the very least have a strong presence in the eight-episode continuation.
ABC declined to comment for this story, but TVLine has learned that producers — which include Galecki’s onscreen squeeze Sara Gilbert as well as titular star Roseanne Barr, actress-comedienne Whitney Cummings and sitcom vet Brice Heldford — have quietly begun searching for a young actress and actor to portray the children of Gilbert »
The Big Bang Theory star John Galecki took some time to thank the firefighters actively working to contain the wildfire running through California this week. Galecki’s home was lost in the fire at some point between Monday and Tuesday evening. “Thank you to the brothers and sisters of @calfire It is the profound risks that you accept and […]
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- Jacob Kaye
'Big Bang Theory' star Johnny Galecki had nothing but gratitude for the men and women who risked their lives trying in vain to save his ranch. Galecki returned to the site where his ranch once stood in San Luis Obispo to retrieve a memento or 2 that might have been spared. Johnny had love for CalFire ... "It is the profound risks that you accept and the sacrifices you and your families make that keep us safe. »
- TMZ Staff
'Big Bang Theory' star Johnny Galecki's burning ranch created a massive cloud of smoke over Santa Margarita, CA -- and destroyed his beloved getaway home. TMZ obtained this photo of the brush fire burning out of control Tuesday. As we first reported ... Johnny's house went up in flames Monday night, and parts of his 300 acres of land were also scorched. No one was hurt. His pad sat about a half mile up the road »
- TMZ Staff
Johnny Galecki’s vacation home burned down on Monday night as a result of a fire in San Luis Obispo, California, a rep for the actor confirmed to Et Canada. “The Big Bang Theory” star’s ranch was burned to the ground in a 1,200-acre fire. The home is 190 miles outside of Los Angeles and the actor […] »
- Jordan Appugliesi
Despite losing his home to a wildfire this week, “The Big Bang Theory” star Johnny Galecki expressed his gratitude on Thursday, thanking the firefighters who put out the blaze. The actor, who portrays Leonard Hofstadter on the CBS sitcom, took to Instagram on Thursday to convey his gratitude to CalFire. He also thanked those who had provided their support to him throughout the ordeal. Also Read: Johnny Galecki House Fire: 'Big Bang Theory' Star Unharmed in Blaze “Thank you to the brothers and sisters of @calfire It is the profound risks that you accept and the sacrifices you and your families make that. »
- Tim Kenneally
Johnny Galecki is thanking firefighters for their service after his vacation home burned down in a massive fire.
The Big Bang Theory star, whose San Luis Obispo ranch — located 190 miles north of Los Angeles — was burned to the ground in a fire on Monday, took to Instagram to share his appreciation for members of Cal Fire.
“Thank you to the brothers and sisters of @calfire It is the profound risks that you accept and the sacrifices you and your families make that keep us safe,” Galecki, 42, wrote on Thursday.
“Thanks also to the many of you who have reached out in support, »
- Natalie Stone
Remember that nerdy kid that used to star on Roseanne? He dated Darlene and was pretty much kicked around by everybody on the show at one point, even DJ? He’s not that kid anymore and he’s become one of the hottest stars on the scene today despite staying off the radar most of the time. Johnny Galecki is definitely the type of star that can make the transition from TV to film and back and forth, but a lot of times it seems like maybe he’s the guy whose voice kind of gets lost in the mix. Or does it?
Warner Bros. TV has unveiled its Comic-Con 2017 slate, which will feature the first Big Bang Theory cast panel in five years.
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Ahead of Season 11, cast members Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar, Mayim Bialik and Kevin Sussman will be on hand for a Q&A, following four consecutive years of writers’ room panels. (At this time, Jim Parsons, Simon Helberg and Melissa Rauch are not scheduled to appear.)
Big Bang Theory star John Galecki‘s home was destroyed in a California wildfire earlier this week. John Galecki’S Home Destroyed In Wildfire The so-called Hill Fire began Monday afternoon around 3:30 p.m., and took over a 2.5-square mile radius. It was 60% contained by Tuesday night, after having burned nearly 1,600 acres of land. Only one […]
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
The home of Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki has been destroyed in a wildfire in California.
Nicole Perna, a spokeswoman for the 42-year-old actor, says his home on a ranch in the San Luis Obispo area was destroyed by the wildfire on the state's central coast.
By Tuesday night, a 2.5-square-mile (6.5 sq. kilometer) wildfire in the region was 60 percent contained. Fire officials have only confirmed that the wildfire has destroyed one building and have no details, but the full damage done by wildfires often can't be assessed until they have been mostly contained.
About 250 residents were »
- the Associated Press
A ranch house owned by “The Big Bang Theory” star Johnny Galecki burned down Monday night during a large wildfire that struck the central California coastal area, but the actor was unharmed in the blaze. The wildfire covered 1,200 acres in San Luis Obispo County, burning down multiple structures on the property; Galecki was not on the premises at the time of the fire. Roughly 250 residents were ordered to leave their homes in the Santa Margarita area after the blaze broke out Monday, according to the Associated Press, but on Tuesday night they were told they could return home. By Tuesday night, »
- Ross A. Lincoln
Galecki was not at the property at the time of the fire and is unharmed.
The hideway home was in San Luis Obispo, located in between Los Angeles and San Francisco. According to the TMZ, who first broke the news, the 1,200 acre fire burned down the ranch and other property on the estate. As of press time, 40% of the fire had been contained.
The actor’s rep confirms the report that states Galecki has not yet seen the property, but plans to check out the scene once the fire is completely contained.
According to a statement from Galecki, no one was harmed in the fire. »
- Variety Staff
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