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Two Primetime Sitcoms Are Getting Star Wars-Themed Episodes For May The Fourth

Never let it be said that Lucasfilm doesn’t love tie-ins.

Both The Big Bang Theory and The Goldbergs have partnered with the Star Wars production company to honor that most revered holiday, May The Fourth. Geek culture is kind of the entire point of The Big Bang Theory, so no real surprise there. However, it sounds like they’re going all out with the set design for this one. Here’s a hint: I’m sure it’s perfectly safe for droids.


The Mary Sue

Reader Halloween Costumes!

We asked, and you delivered! Pictures of your Halloween costumes, that is. And what amazing costumes they are! Come in and look at your incredible handiwork.


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Warner Bros. Reveals Their SDCC 2013 Bags Complete With Detachable Capes

Warner Bros. has revealed the bags that will be available this year at San Diego Comic-Con, and they have some exciting extra features. Each bag can be turned into a backpack and comes with a detachable cape! Check out the bags and capes for Teen Titans Go!, Supernatural, Revolution, and other popular shows, and decide which design you want before you’re confronted with the 130,000 bags made for Comic-Con next week. Though there are no photos yet, Warner Bros. is also releasing Godzilla, LEGO Movie, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, classic television Batman, and 300: Rise of an Empire bags.


the internet is serious business

Game of Thrones is Officially the Most Pirated Television Show of 2012

Game of Thrones lost out on the “most pirated television” title last year to Dexter. Could the scrappy younger show pull out the ignominious win this year?


Yes it could.


Make It So

Star Trek Actor Michael Dorn Gives Details On A Possible Worf Spin-Off

I don’t know about you but Worf was one of the best characters to come out of Star Trek: The Next Generation. I was glad he continued on to Deep Space Nine but since the TNG films wrapped, there’s some serious Woft withdrawal on my part. That’s why I’m so excited actor Michael Dorn is trying to figure out if he can get the green light for his own spin-off! Read on for some details.


Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

I’m Batman, You’re Batman, We’re ALL Batman! [VIDEO]

Just in case you forgot who Batman was, here’s a fantastic supercut of lots of people claiming to be Batman. Now obviously, we all know there is only one Batman and his name is Bruce Wayne, but that doesn’t mean the rest of us can’t have a little fun playing pretend now and then. Watch as several actors who have played Batman on the screen take their turn claiming the title, while several others from our geek realm try the same.

(via The High Definite)


Why NBC and Sony Continue to Make Community the Rodney Dangerfield of Sitcoms

Back in its 1990s heyday, NBC latched on to its sitcom hits and ran with them. Friends and Seinfeld were like the golden children who could do no wrong. And yes, those were good shows. You know what’s also a good show? Community. So why does NBC continue to treat it like its red-headed stepchild? That red-headed stepchild is hilarious, sweet, and has tons and tons of friends! Well, as one of those friends (and a fake redhead), I want to discuss how Community became the Rodney Dangerfield of television.


Just What You've Always Wanted

NBC Totally Brittas Its Schedule, Moving Community to Fridays With Whitney

Well, this is a strange development. NBC has announced its schedule for the 2012-2013 season, and as we learned last week, Community has been renewed (along with Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock, which will likely end its run in 2013), albeit with a shorter season. (Which is not necessarily a bad thing.) What was also renewed, and what also has people seriously scratching their heads, was the widely reviled Whitney. But what’s even curiouser is that NBC has announced that they’ll not only be moving Community to Fridays, but pairing it with Whitney.

I think it’s fair to say that NBC might be trying to slowly murder Community, don’t you think?


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Sheldon & Spock, Living Long & Prospering

We’re super excited Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy will be the fourth Trek castmember to guest star on CBS’ Big Bang Theory. We’re even more excited to see this picture of him with actor Jim Parsons totally geeking out. (via Reddit


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Lego Tank Girl

A Lego builder known as mahjqa recently took a Lego Friends set, and what I’m assuming are a lot of other sets, to create a Lego Tank Girl. Straight chillin’. Check out details of the build here. Don’t miss the video. (via The Beat) Now, what else did we see today…