Last Thursday on "The Big Bang Theory," "Castle" star Nathan Fillion guest stars as himself. The show also pays a touching tribute to the woman who voiced Mrs. Wolowitz, Carol Ann Susi, who died in November 2014 after a short battle with cancer.
"The Comic Book Store Regeneration" sees Sheldon unable to forgive Amy when he learns that she helped his professional rival, Barry Kripke, with an application in string theory. Penny defends Amy and tells Sheldon that he needs to let it go. In an attempt to make Penny understand what he's feeling, he tells Penny that Amy has been giving her small puzzles for the last few months as she tests Penny's ability to solve them against some chimpanzees in her lab. Penny is livid and confronts Amy about it. Amy offers her 10 dollars everytime she wins against the chimpanzees, and Penny is not amused by this.
Meanwhile, across town at a deli, Leonard and Raj see Nathan Fillion eating a salad. They go over to him but he says he's not who they think he is. Raj continues to insist that he is Fillion, so Nathan admits it and offers to take a picture with them so that they'll leave him alone. But then, Raj becomes suspicious and asks him to quote his famous line in "Firefly." more >>
This week's showing of the hit musical comedy TV drama show "Glee" Season 6 will take a break from the stiff show choir competition to feature an upcoming wedding of some of its lovely characters.
Spoiler reports indicated that Santana (Naya Rivera) and Brittany (Heather Morris), who have been on and off over the years, are now finally set to get married. But looking at the promo video, Brittany might be having doubts about the union.
In the teaser posted on Entertainment Tonight, the couple is already in their wedding dresses and are preparing for the ceremony which was revealed to be in a barn. Brittany, who appears to believe in old wedding superstitions, seems a little bit upset that they have seen each other long before the rites took place. more >>
A pro golfer, apparently with the knack for acting, is now set to appear in the popular police procedural drama TV series "Hawaii Five-O" Season 5.
As confirmed by CBS, this week's showing titled "Nanahu" (or "Embers") will see Michelle Wie making her acting debut in the small screen.
The current Women's U.S. Open champ golfer will play as herself in a charity golf event. Wie shared her enthusiasm about her first-ever acting gig. more >>
Last week's showing of the hit action-drama TV series "Banshee" Season 3 left the fans a little bit disappointed and frustrated when Lucas Hood (Antony Starr) failed to exact his revenge for the death of his lover Deputy Siobhan Kelly (Trieste Dunn) on the notorious Redbones head Chayton (Geno Segers).
With one trigger away from killing the Kinaho tribal chief, Chayton has still managed to run for his life. This means Lucas and his team will have to find him again.
A report from Christian Today indicated that the revenge for the fallen deputy will have to hold off which will then give way for the long overdue plan to attack Camp Genoa. more >>
The hit psychological drama-thriller "Bates Motel" is about to go full throttle on its level of creepiness as for what its latest Season 3 promo trailer has revealed.
Recently released this Wednesday, the teaser features a different level of eeriness when it showed Norman (Freddie Highmore) getting a little bit more too close than what is normal with his mother Norma (Vera Farmiga).
The scenes featured the mother and son sleeping in one bed, in which Norma was been told: "It's not normal. Norman is 18. He shouldn't be sleeping in one bed with his mom." more >>
A television watchdog group is calling for the cancellation of a TV show that features couples (both gay and straight) who have sex in an enclosed box and then walk out in front of a live studio audience to discuss their sexual likes, dislikes and relationship issues with a three-person panel.
The Parents Television Council has created a petition calling for the WE cable network to cancel the "Sex Box" TV show, which is scheduled to debut on Friday, Feb. 27.
"This new reality show far exceeds the limits of decency when its participants enter a soundproof box on stage, have sex, and then discuss their 'intimacy issues' with a panel of so-called experts," reads the petition. more >>