Here are the episode screen captures from episode 521: The Hawking Excitation. Enjoy!
- 521: The Hawking Excitation
Here are the episode screen captures from episode 520: The Transporter Malfunction. Enjoy!
- 520: The Transporter Malfunction
Here are the episode screen captures from episode 519: The Weekend Vortex. Enjoy!
- 519: The Weekend Vortex
Big Bang Theory star Kunal Nayyar celebrated his marriage to Neha Kapur over six days and in front of 1,000 guests in New Delhi, India, in December, PEOPLE reports in its new issue.
Nayyar, 30, met the former Miss India, 28, in New Delhi three years ago. “She unlocked something in me that I had never felt before,” the actor tells PEOPLE.
The weeklong festivities, which Nayyar called “quite hectic,” included an exchange of vows, a garland ritual and henna tattoos.
When Nayyar and Kapur first saw each other at the ceremony, they adorned each other with handmade garlands.
At the actual wedding ceremony, Nayyar held a cup with a white lotus flower. “I dipped the flower in purified water and then threw it into the fire,” he says.
And during the Mehndi portion of the wedding, thrown by Kapur’s family, “All of the women get henna and all the men drink Bloody Marys,” says Nayyar. “The men feed the women, because they have to wait for the henna to dry.”
The newlyweds later enjoyed unwinding after “six days of partying.”
— source People
As a result of playing Sheldon Cooper on CBS’ The Big Bang Theory, Emmy-winner Jim Parsons has become the god of geeks, so to speak. So when he appeared on Attack of the Show this week, their host informed Jim that his fans are all clamoring for him to join the conversation on Twitter.
That’s when Jim revealed he already has joined … in secret!
“I have an account,” Jim said, “[but] it’s not under my name. It’s under a pseudonym. I just follow .. a few sports things, a few political things, few news things.”
Jim said that he joined the social networking platform since it’s the most impressive news aggregation on the market and not so he could learn the minutiae of everyone’s life. “That’s the problem I have with Twitter. If I like my ham sandwich, that’s my business,” he laughed.
He also added that while he’s not an active Tweeter, he has sent a couple of messages to prominent figures. “I Tweeted to two sports figures, Houston Texans, who put up a hell of an effort in a losing battle but I didn’t want them to feel discouraged and leave the sport. It’s not important that [they know] it’s from me, I just want them to know somebody cares.”
— source The Insider