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Mayim Bialik's Take on Sheldon Cooper and Autism is Wrong

The sitcom The Big Bang Theory (TBBT) has been on tv for eight years and has been renewed for at least two more seasons. In that time there has been a lt of speculation about whether the character Sheldon Cooper has either Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) or an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or both. 1,656 more words


CatConLA: A Lesson in Perceptions and Myth Busting

To be honest, prior to heading to LA last weekend, I wasn’t really sure what to expect of CatCon. In fact, I spoke to some local acquaintances who had been hearing advertisements on the radio and their first impression was, “Wow, it’s a gathering for crazy cat people!” 576 more words


Big Bang Scholarship!

If you’re a college student or a parent of one, receiving a scholarship is totally great. Winning a Big Bang Theory Scholarship takes it to a whole new level of awesome! 39 more words


The Big Bang Theory to Fund UCLA Scholarship for Science Students

The Big Bang Theory is about fictional scientists, but now the show is funding a scholarship for real-life science students.

The Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment has already raised $4 million to support undergraduate students at UCLA who are studying the sciences. 194 more words

Upfronts 2015: TV Networks Geek Out To Woo Ad Dollars

For years TV has used the glitz and glamour of its primetime dramas and comedies to spur spending from advertisers. In 2015, the big networks have instead called in the nerds. 986 more words


Twitter reacts to that 'Big Bang' bombshell


The Big Bang Theory producers warned viewers the Season 7 finale would bring about some major relationship changes. In the final equation, they weren’t even really that surprising. 324 more words


'Big Bang Theory's' Mayim Bialik: 'We Have a Very Big Finale for Amy and Sheldon'

Mayim Bialik definitely has “Blossom”-ed. The co-star of CBS’ hit sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” is also an author, a blogger (for Kveller.com), a mother and a neuroscientist. 467 more words