‘The Big Bang Theory’ Star Mayim Bialik Teases Mark Hamill Appearance: ‘I Peed My Pants’ (Photo)

When Mark Hamill showed up on the set of “The Big Bang Theory,” star Mayim Bialik sort of lost her mind — as well as control over her bodily functions.

“TBBT” star Bialik posted a teaser photo of Hamill’s visit to the set via Instagram on Wednesday, by way of a photo of herself and costar Kaley Cuoco, with stunned looks on their faces, as the “Star Wars” icon stood nonchalantly in the background.

“Literally what happened when @normancook and I met @hamillhimself . Also I peed my pants,” Bialik wrote. “Kaley this picture is amazing lol.”

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Apparently, the feeling was mutual, as Hamill tweeted Bialik’s message, along with praise for the CBS sitcom.

“As a lifelong nerd-I’m thrilled to be even a small part of @bigbangtheory- a show that’s had #StarWars in its’ DNA from Day 1,” Hamill wrote. “I had the same reaction meeting these 2 lovelies as @missmayim (fortunately for me I was wearing my #ESB #BactaBriefs at the time)????”

CBS announced Monday that Hamill would be among the guests featured on the Season 11 finale of “The Big Bang Theory,” which will feature the wedding of Amy (Bialik) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons).

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Along with Hamill, the episode will also feature Kathy Bates, magician Teller and Jerry O’Connell, among other special guests.

The season finale of “The Big Bang Theory” will air Thursday, May 10 at 8 p.m. Until then, see Bialik experience a disturbance in the Force below.

As a lifelong nerd-I’m thrilled to be even a small part of @bigbangtheory– a show that’s had #StarWars in its’ DNA from Day 1. I had the same reaction meeting these 2 lovelies as @missmayim (fortunately for me I was wearing my #ESB #BactaBriefs at the time)???? https://t.co/JEJ87gTvXZ

– Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) April 19, 2018

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When Mark Hamill showed up on the set of “The Big Bang Theory,” star Mayim Bialik sort of lost her mind — as well as control over her bodily functions.

“TBBT” star Bialik posted a teaser photo of Hamill’s visit to the set via Instagram on Wednesday, by way of a photo of herself and costar Kaley Cuoco, with stunned looks on their faces, as the “Star Wars” icon stood nonchalantly in the background.

“Literally what happened when @normancook and I met @hamillhimself . Also I peed my pants,” Bialik wrote. “Kaley this picture is amazing lol.”

Apparently, the feeling was mutual, as Hamill tweeted Bialik’s message, along with praise for the CBS sitcom.

“As a lifelong nerd-I’m thrilled to be even a small part of @bigbangtheory- a show that’s had #StarWars in its’ DNA from Day 1,” Hamill wrote. “I had the same reaction meeting these 2 lovelies as @missmayim (fortunately for me I was wearing my #ESB #BactaBriefs at the time)????”

CBS announced Monday that Hamill would be among the guests featured on the Season 11 finale of “The Big Bang Theory,” which will feature the wedding of Amy (Bialik) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons).

Along with Hamill, the episode will also feature Kathy Bates, magician Teller and Jerry O’Connell, among other special guests.

The season finale of “The Big Bang Theory” will air Thursday, May 10 at 8 p.m. Until then, see Bialik experience a disturbance in the Force below.

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Kaley Cuoco Teases Bill Gates’ ‘Big Bang Theory’ Cameo With Behind-the-Scenes Pic (Photo)

Well, this is rich. Like, really, really rich.

“The Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco teased Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ upcoming cameo on the CBS sitcom, sharing a photo of moneybags Gates on the set of the series with cast members Cuoco, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Mayim Bialik and others.

“Tonight. Bill Gates meets @thebigbangtheory__ . Enough said,” Cuoco wrote in the caption for the photo.

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CBS said last month that Gates will appear on an episode of the show in March, following prior high-profile guest stars such as Carrie Fisher, Bill Nye, Stephen Hawking, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Buzz Aldrin, LeVar Burton, Steve Wozniak and Stan Lee.

In the episode, Gates will pop in as a guest of Penny’s (Cuoco) at work, and the boys will do whatever it takes to get near the nerdy legend.

“The Big Bang Theory” airs Thursdays on CBS at 8 p.m.

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Until then, enjoy the sneak peek below.

Tonight. Bill Gates meets @thebigbangtheory__ . Enough said ????

A post shared by @ normancook on

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Well, this is rich. Like, really, really rich.

“The Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco teased Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ upcoming cameo on the CBS sitcom, sharing a photo of moneybags Gates on the set of the series with cast members Cuoco, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Mayim Bialik and others.

“Tonight. Bill Gates meets @thebigbangtheory__ . Enough said,” Cuoco wrote in the caption for the photo.

CBS said last month that Gates will appear on an episode of the show in March, following prior high-profile guest stars such as Carrie Fisher, Bill Nye, Stephen Hawking, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Buzz Aldrin, LeVar Burton, Steve Wozniak and Stan Lee.

In the episode, Gates will pop in as a guest of Penny’s (Cuoco) at work, and the boys will do whatever it takes to get near the nerdy legend.

“The Big Bang Theory” airs Thursdays on CBS at 8 p.m.

Until then, enjoy the sneak peek below.

Tonight. Bill Gates meets @thebigbangtheory__ . Enough said ????

A post shared by @ normancook on

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‘Big Bang Theory’ Cast Remembers Stephen Hawking

Like so many lives touched by Stephen Hawking’s brilliance, the cast of “The Big Bang Theory” is spending Wednesday morning in mourning.

Stars Mayim Bialik, Kaley Cuoco, Jim Parsons and Johnny Galecki and co-creator Bill Prady all took to social media to express their admiration for the late, great physicist, who died Wednesday morning after a decades-long battle with ALS. He was 76.

“In loving memory of Stephen Hawking,” the CBS sitcom wrote on its official Twitter account, alongside a photo of the stars with Hawking. “It was an honor to have him on The #BigBangTheory. Thank you for inspiring us and the world.”

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Hawking appeared on the series as himself seven times, beginning with his Season 5 cameo in “The Hawking Excitation” and most recently with the current season’s premiere last September.

“As we near Pi day (3.14) I join the global community in mourning the loss of the greatest physicist of our era,” Bialik tweeted, along with the same snapshot. “#StephenHawking is free from the physical constraints of this earthly condition we all exist in and he is soaring above us now marveling at it all.”

Here is the show’s tweet:

In loving memory of Stephen Hawking. It was an honor to have him on The #BigBangTheory. Thank you for inspiring us and the world. pic.twitter.com/9rWoYqIToy

— The Big Bang Theory (@bigbangtheory) March 14, 2018

And here is Bialik’s tribute:

As we near Pi day (3.14) I join the global community in mourning the loss of the greatest physicist of our era. #StephenHawking is free from the physical constraints of this earthly condition we all exist in and he is soaring above us now marveling at it all. pic.twitter.com/o3V0TZrppj

— Mayim Bialik (@missmayim) March 14, 2018

And Cuoco’s on Instagram:

And Galecki’s:

As well as Parsons’:

Thank you, Stephen Hawking.

A post shared by Jim Parsons (@therealjimparsons) on

And Prady’s:

We will miss one of the best recurring characters.

A post shared by Bill Prady (@billprady) on

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Like so many lives touched by Stephen Hawking’s brilliance, the cast of “The Big Bang Theory” is spending Wednesday morning in mourning.

Stars Mayim Bialik, Kaley Cuoco, Jim Parsons and Johnny Galecki and co-creator Bill Prady all took to social media to express their admiration for the late, great physicist, who died Wednesday morning after a decades-long battle with ALS. He was 76.

“In loving memory of Stephen Hawking,” the CBS sitcom wrote on its official Twitter account, alongside a photo of the stars with Hawking. “It was an honor to have him on The #BigBangTheory. Thank you for inspiring us and the world.”

Hawking appeared on the series as himself seven times, beginning with his Season 5 cameo in “The Hawking Excitation” and most recently with the current season’s premiere last September.

“As we near Pi day (3.14) I join the global community in mourning the loss of the greatest physicist of our era,” Bialik tweeted, along with the same snapshot. “#StephenHawking is free from the physical constraints of this earthly condition we all exist in and he is soaring above us now marveling at it all.”

Here is the show’s tweet:

And here is Bialik’s tribute:

And Cuoco’s on Instagram:

And Galecki’s:

As well as Parsons':

Thank you, Stephen Hawking.

A post shared by Jim Parsons (@therealjimparsons) on

And Prady’s:

We will miss one of the best recurring characters.

A post shared by Bill Prady (@billprady) on

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Whoa! There’s ‘Serious Talk’ of a ‘Blossom’ Reboot, Joey Lawrence Says (Video)

In the word of Joey Russo, “Whoa.”

Someone dig the flower-bedecked hat out of the closet, because a reboot of the ’90s sitcom “Blossom” could be happening. At least, that’s the word from Joey Lawrence, who played slow-witted but well-coiffed Joey Russo on the series.

Speaking to Steve Harvey on Harvey’s talk show for an episode that aired Monday, Lawrence said that the notion of a “Blossom” reboot has been the subject of “serious talk” lately, and that he and his former costar Mayim Bialik are on board if it approaches the realm of reality.

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“There has been serious talk about it, believe it or not. Mayim and I have both said we’d be into it,” Lawrence said. “We’ve talked to Don Reo about it, who created it. If there’s a way in, then I think we’re all down for it.”

As for where Joey Russo would be in modern times, Lawrence theorized that he’d likely be a washed-up athlete.

“The show ended where he went off to play baseball, he was a really good baseball player,” the actor said. “So I think that he went, had a great career, probably got married several times, because he was always going on dates. And I think that he came home now for the first time, maybe his career is over, right?

“You know, his mid to late 30s, and [he’s] gotta find something else to do with his life,” the actor continued. “And, you know, he doesn’t have much to fall back on, because he’s not, ah, he’s not, ah, brain isn’t firing on all cylinders.”

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It’s unclear how Bialik would swing the reboot, given her commitment to the wildly popular CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory.” TheWrap has reached out for comment from a spokesperson for Bialik.

In the meantime, watch Lawrence reflect on Joey Russo’s fate in the video.

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In the word of Joey Russo, “Whoa.”

Someone dig the flower-bedecked hat out of the closet, because a reboot of the ’90s sitcom “Blossom” could be happening. At least, that’s the word from Joey Lawrence, who played slow-witted but well-coiffed Joey Russo on the series.

Speaking to Steve Harvey on Harvey’s talk show for an episode that aired Monday, Lawrence said that the notion of a “Blossom” reboot has been the subject of “serious talk” lately, and that he and his former costar Mayim Bialik are on board if it approaches the realm of reality.

“There has been serious talk about it, believe it or not. Mayim and I have both said we’d be into it,” Lawrence said. “We’ve talked to Don Reo about it, who created it. If there’s a way in, then I think we’re all down for it.”

As for where Joey Russo would be in modern times, Lawrence theorized that he’d likely be a washed-up athlete.

“The show ended where he went off to play baseball, he was a really good baseball player,” the actor said. “So I think that he went, had a great career, probably got married several times, because he was always going on dates. And I think that he came home now for the first time, maybe his career is over, right?

“You know, his mid to late 30s, and [he’s] gotta find something else to do with his life,” the actor continued. “And, you know, he doesn’t have much to fall back on, because he’s not, ah, he’s not, ah, brain isn’t firing on all cylinders.”

It’s unclear how Bialik would swing the reboot, given her commitment to the wildly popular CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory.” TheWrap has reached out for comment from a spokesperson for Bialik.

In the meantime, watch Lawrence reflect on Joey Russo’s fate in the video.

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Megyn Kelly Calls Out Mayim Bialik, Donna Karan in Sex Harassment Op-Ed: ‘Victim Blaming Must Stop’

Megyn Kelly penned an op-ed on sexual harassment for Time magazine, in which the “Today” show’s third-hour host insisted that the “victim blaming must stop.”

The former Fox News anchor called out Mayim Bialik and Donna Karan in the piece, who both spoke out about what they believe to be a woman’s role in curbing unwanted male advances. Kelly also chastised powerful men in the media industry, like Harvey Weinstein and her ex-boss Roger Ailes — the latter of which she says harassed her.

“Perhaps the most critical solution lies in partnership with the men,” Kelly wrote in the article, which also touched on why reporting misconduct is not always easy. “The harassers must stop; we know this. But male titans of industry must stand up for decency. Shout it from the rooftops and whisper it in the bars when women aren’t around, because we don’t often get invited to the late-night drinks where those conversations happen. Those are the moments. Women alone cannot change the culture. We need men. Evolved ones. Kind ones. Brave and scared ones, like those who fear expulsion from the fraternity if they object to a male colleague’s bad behavior.”

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Read her full piece here, titled “Now We Need Men as Our Allies.”

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“Megyn Kelly Today” airs weekdays on NBC at 9 a.m.

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Megyn Kelly penned an op-ed on sexual harassment for Time magazine, in which the “Today” show’s third-hour host insisted that the “victim blaming must stop.”

The former Fox News anchor called out Mayim Bialik and Donna Karan in the piece, who both spoke out about what they believe to be a woman’s role in curbing unwanted male advances. Kelly also chastised powerful men in the media industry, like Harvey Weinstein and her ex-boss Roger Ailes — the latter of which she says harassed her.

“Perhaps the most critical solution lies in partnership with the men,” Kelly wrote in the article, which also touched on why reporting misconduct is not always easy. “The harassers must stop; we know this. But male titans of industry must stand up for decency. Shout it from the rooftops and whisper it in the bars when women aren’t around, because we don’t often get invited to the late-night drinks where those conversations happen. Those are the moments. Women alone cannot change the culture. We need men. Evolved ones. Kind ones. Brave and scared ones, like those who fear expulsion from the fraternity if they object to a male colleague’s bad behavior.”

Read her full piece here, titled “Now We Need Men as Our Allies.”

“Megyn Kelly Today” airs weekdays on NBC at 9 a.m.

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Mayim Bialik ‘Truly Sorry for Causing So Much Pain’ With NY Times Op-Ed on Sexual Assault

Mayim Bialik apologized on Wednesday for an opinion piece she wrote for the New York Times, in which the “Big Bang Theory” actress spoke about making “self-protecting and wise” choices as a woman in Hollywood.

Many people took her column reacting to the Harvey Weinstein scandal to be of the “victim-blaming” variety, and the response on social media was highly critical.

“Let me say clearly and explicitly that I am very sorry,” the “Blossom” alum posted yesterday to Twitter. “What you wear and how you behave does not provide any protection from assault, nor does the way you dress or act in any way make you responsible for being assaulted.”

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Bialik then applauded the women who have come forward against Weinstein and others, concluding her new message: “I am truly sorry for causing so much pain, and I hope you can all forgive me.”

Here’s Bialik’s full Twitter mea culpa:

pic.twitter.com/vXmKO1jv7m

— Mayim Bialik (@missmayim) October 18, 2017

Read her original Times contribution, “Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein’s World,” .

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Previously, Bialik had addressed the negative response to her op-ed, titled Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein’s World,” by suggesting that the “Hollywood Machine” took her words “out of context.”

“I also see a bunch of people have taken my words out of the context of the Hollywood machine and twisted them to imply that God forbid I would blame a woman for her assault based on her clothing or behavior,” she had initially explained. “Anyone who knows me and my feminism knows that’s absurd and not at all what this piece was about. It’s so sad how vicious people are being when I basically live to make things better for women.”

And on Monday, Bialik hosted a Facebook Live event to discuss her piece and its pushback. Readers can watch that below.

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“My mom didn’t let me wear makeup or get manicures,” Bialik had written. “She encouraged me to be myself in audition rooms, and I followed my mother’s strong example to not put up with anyone calling me ‘baby’ or demanding hugs on set. I was always aware that I was out of step with the expected norm for girls and women in Hollywood.”

“I have decided that my sexual self is best reserved for private situations with those I am most intimate with,” the comedic actress and real-life neuroscientist continued. “I dress modestly. I don’t act flirtatiously with men as a policy.”

That didn’t sit will with many, including fellow actresses like Patricia Arquette and Emily Ratajkowski, whose original reactions are posted beneath one last “Also Read.”

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.@missmayim I have to say I was dressed non provocatively at 12 walking home from school when men masturbated at me. It’s not the clothes.

— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) October 14, 2017

VIctim blaming at its finest @missmmayim https://t.co/8DWw6BgRRl

— Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) October 15, 2017

Unfortunately for Bialik, there were plenty more were those came from.

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Mayim Bialik apologized on Wednesday for an opinion piece she wrote for the New York Times, in which the “Big Bang Theory” actress spoke about making “self-protecting and wise” choices as a woman in Hollywood.

Many people took her column reacting to the Harvey Weinstein scandal to be of the “victim-blaming” variety, and the response on social media was highly critical.

“Let me say clearly and explicitly that I am very sorry,” the “Blossom” alum posted yesterday to Twitter. “What you wear and how you behave does not provide any protection from assault, nor does the way you dress or act in any way make you responsible for being assaulted.”

Bialik then applauded the women who have come forward against Weinstein and others, concluding her new message: “I am truly sorry for causing so much pain, and I hope you can all forgive me.”

Here’s Bialik’s full Twitter mea culpa:

Read her original Times contribution, “Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein’s World,” .

Previously, Bialik had addressed the negative response to her op-ed, titled Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein’s World,” by suggesting that the “Hollywood Machine” took her words “out of context.”

“I also see a bunch of people have taken my words out of the context of the Hollywood machine and twisted them to imply that God forbid I would blame a woman for her assault based on her clothing or behavior,” she had initially explained. “Anyone who knows me and my feminism knows that’s absurd and not at all what this piece was about. It’s so sad how vicious people are being when I basically live to make things better for women.”

And on Monday, Bialik hosted a Facebook Live event to discuss her piece and its pushback. Readers can watch that below.

“My mom didn’t let me wear makeup or get manicures,” Bialik had written. “She encouraged me to be myself in audition rooms, and I followed my mother’s strong example to not put up with anyone calling me ‘baby’ or demanding hugs on set. I was always aware that I was out of step with the expected norm for girls and women in Hollywood.”

“I have decided that my sexual self is best reserved for private situations with those I am most intimate with,” the comedic actress and real-life neuroscientist continued. “I dress modestly. I don’t act flirtatiously with men as a policy.”

That didn’t sit will with many, including fellow actresses like Patricia Arquette and Emily Ratajkowski, whose original reactions are posted beneath one last “Also Read.”

Unfortunately for Bialik, there were plenty more were those came from.

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Mayim Bialik apologizes for her New York Times op-ed

The current Harvey Weinstein scandal in Hollywood—and the wider conversation erupting around it, which is seeing more and more women throughout the industry come forward with stories of sexual abuse and harassment—has understandably produced a lot of very different reactions from the celebrity set. These have varied…

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The current Harvey Weinstein scandal in Hollywood—and the wider conversation erupting around it, which is seeing more and more women throughout the industry come forward with stories of sexual abuse and harassment—has understandably produced a lot of very different reactions from the celebrity set. These have varied…

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