While Penny and Leonard are perpetually stuck in the awkward early-dating phase of their relationship, Sheldon/Amy and Howard/Bernadette are ready for the advanced classes.
Plus: Nikita changes time slots, The Carrie Diaries has a premiere date, and more Whitney for NBC?
While Penny's inferiority complex when it comes to her highly educated friends tends to come and go depending on TBBT's need for conflict, it was in full swing this week when she decided to take classes at the local community college.
This week, Leonard and Penny claimed the spotlight leading up to Stu's annual Halloween party at the comic shop, and they appeared to make some actual relationship progress. Now we just hope it'll stick.
Plus: NBC orders more scripts for Guys With Kids, The Vampire Diaries casts Bonnie's dad, and another viking show.
Well, ladies and gentlemen, Howard Wolowitz has finally returned from space and his storyline has already improved.
The never-ending saga of Penny and Leonard continued this week, when Sheldon hired an assistant who got along swimmingly with Leonard, and Penny’s green-eyed monster showed up to drag him into the bedroom.
Oh, okay, so we’re going to start the Penny/Leonard angst early this season? Fine.
New Girl is treating their almost-romance with maturity and a level of realism that makes their continued separation welcome rather than infuriating.
While his friends and their respective partners tripped over the same obstacles they’ve struggled with for several seasons, Raj struck out on his own... and that's when things got interesting.
TV's biggest night happened once again! Here is what went down.
Emmy voters can be out of touch, but not us. Here are the shows and actors we'd like to see win at this Sunday's awards.
Known most notably as playing Wesley Crusher, the character everyone loved to hate, Wil Wheaton chats to us about his time on Star Trek and what it means to him now.
Plus: Bob's Burgers gets good news, ABC Family picks up a couple pilots, and Falling Skies borrows from House.
Another predictable round of nominations goes out to the usual suspects; all six Modern Family leads get called.
The 2012 Emmy nominations will be announced Thursday; here's who we expect to make the cut.
TV.com staffers Tim Surette, Price Peterson, and Jen Trolio chat about the non-stop action of Comic-Con Day 2!