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The Big Bang Theory

  1. Things We Saw Today: I Would Watch the Gender Swapped Big Bang Theory

    For REAL, though.

    Not pictured: evil Wilhelmina Wheaton. (via JuliaJm15 on Tumblr)

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  2. Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco Says She Isn’t Feminist, Rounds Out a Year of Celebrities Who Don’t Understand Feminism

    Here we go again.

    The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting is the cover story on the latest edition of RedBook, out next week, and she wants the world to know that she definitely isn't a feminist because she likes to serve her husband. Sigh.

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  3. No Clash of Kings: HBO’s Game of Thrones Retains “Most Pirated TV Show” Crown

    Shiver me White Walkers!

    It's good to be the King?

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  4. Lev Grossman’s The Magicians and the Mainstreaming of Fan Culture

    This is just like magic!

    A few weeks ago, the Syfy network announced their plans to adapt Lev Grossman's fantasy trilogy, The Magicians, into an hourlong drama series. The small handful of blogs and online news outlets who covered the story labelled the project "Harry Potter for adults," or else slapped it with a somewhat derisive-sounding "Young Adult fantasy" label. On the surface, it's easy to see how people can mistake The Magicians for any number of other "young people discovering they're mystically special" narrative, but it's a description that is, nevertheless, inaccurate. Now I'm not crazy. I know a story about a group of young adults who attend a magic school and then go traipsing around an alternate universe which can be accessed via an interstitial forest sounds a lot like "Harry Potter/Narnia for adults." But what that description betrays is a failure to understand that Grossman's series isn't a rip-off of either story, but is instead something newer and stranger than that. 

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  5. Haters Gonna Hate: I Love The Big Bang Theory

    Essay

    The Big Bang Theory takes a lot of crap from the nerd community. We have a hard time being happy, don’t we? The science is too sciency. The science isn’t sciency enough. Where are the women? Well we don’t like those women – give us some we can. Don’t get me wrong: I like to pick apart a TV show just as much as the next girl. But I really love The Big Bang Theory, and the reason why might surprise you. I totally adore the women in the show. Yeah, I said it. I totally adore Penny and her Lady Posse. 

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  6. 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.

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  7. Reader Halloween Costumes!

    The Mary Sue

    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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  8. Our Friend Bill Nye and His Friend Bob Newhart Will Guest Star on The Big Bang Theory [Updated]

    So that's happening.

    Whether you're a fan of The Big Bang Theory or not, you might want to tune in to a very special episode next month. Our friend Bill Nye just announced on Twitter that he'll be guest starring on an episode with comedy legend Bob Newhart.

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

    Submitted For Your Approval

    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.

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

    the internet is serious business

    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. Yes it could.

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