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The Big Bang Theory, Season 7, Episode 4, “The Raiders Minimization”
Directed by Mark Cendrowski
Airs Thursdays at 8pm Est on CBS
The Thursday night comedies are all quite hit and miss this week, as some fail to amuse while still successfully moving their stories forward. The best episode out of the three is probably The Big Bang Theory‘s. Despite not really doing much to move the story forward, it definitely provides the most entertainment. The jokes appear to be growing more explicit as “The Raiders Minimization” continues to explore Penny and Leonard’s relationship. Last week we saw a number of jokes at Penny’s expense and here Leonard continues to act like she is completely stupid. Although he can outsmart her academically, he can’t beat her in the relationship game. It’s »
A "Suburgatory" dad is heading to the tennis court. Jeremy Sisto is set to star along with "New Girl"s David Walton in the indie comedy "Break Point," Deadline reports. The film -- based on a story by Gene Hong ("Community") and Sisto -- centers on two estranged brothers (Sisto and Walton) who come together as doubles tennis partners to make a run at a grand slam tournament.
Also starring Amy Smart, Joshua Rush, Jk Simmons, Vincent Ventresca, Chris Parnell, Jenny Wade, Mo Collins, Jerry Minor, Kate Flannery, and Cy Amundson, the indie film just kicked off production in Los Angeles with Jay Karas directing in his feature debut and Sisto producing.
Sisto currently stars on ABC's "Suburgatory," which was recently renewed for a third season. The half-hour comedy returns midseason. Walton will star in NBC's upcoming series, "About A Boy," which is also set to debut midseason. »
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