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Jim Parsons

Friday, April 24, 2009

Actor Jim Parsons on his starring role in the CBS sitcom "The Big Bang Theory".

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Comments [9]

Necole from Ohio

All the haters can build a website where losers like them can throw the spite because no one wants to hear their stupidity. I might not be a science nerd but I love this show and I love Jim Parsons for he is an amazing actor, he is able to make Sheldon- the difficult but lovable character that he is- come to life. And with that I applaud him as well as the rest of the cast and crew of this amazing show.

Aug. 18 2009 03:53 PM
T.O. from Ontario, Canada

She really is annoying. I couldn't stand the interruptions, had to stop listening.

Jul. 25 2009 08:57 PM
Ken Sherman from Boston

I am listening with slack-jawed amazement: I've lost count of the number of times that the substitute host has asked a question and then interrupted the answer. Extraordinarily annoying.

Apr. 25 2009 06:44 AM
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Don't bother listening to the interview.
It's non-informative fluff.

Remember the host works on 20/20, not a show known for any journalistic content, and with a libertarian reporter that would
probably happily report that public radio listeners are Communists.

Apr. 24 2009 02:10 PM
BT2 from nyc

is this for real? belongs on another station.

Apr. 24 2009 12:59 PM
Molly from New Jersey

From Wikipedia:

One popular balanced five-weapon expansion, invented by Sam Kass,[9] adds "Spock" and "lizard" to the standard three. "Spock" is signified with the "live long and prosper" hand gesture, while "lizard" is shown by forming the hand into a sock-puppet-like mouth. Spock crushes scissors and vaporizes rock; he is poisoned by the lizard and disproved by the paper. Lizard poisons Spock and eats paper; it is crushed by the rock and decapitated by the scissors. This variant was covered in a 2005 article of The Times,[10] and appeared in an episode of the sitcom The Big Bang Theory in 2008.[11]

Apr. 24 2009 12:54 PM
petro

Is he vegetarian?
He's pretty thin.

Apr. 24 2009 12:43 PM
Tom from Toronto

Seriously, how did the female get cast who obviously has fake breasts. What kind of message is this supposed to send to the audience?

I've watched the program twice, and thought the nerd quotient was a little too high.

Apr. 24 2009 12:43 PM
j

Has he gotten any feedback from the autism community?

How do autistic people feel about his character?

Apr. 24 2009 01:31 AM

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