Tonight at 8p, Mike & Molly ends its run with the perfect goodbye for this family sitcom. The two episodes are so sweet, filled with so much of love and joy, and humor, that you will be wondering why CBS has ended this show.
The first episode deals with the crazy things that Mike (Billy Gardell) and Molly (Melissa McCarthy) will do to make sure that they will get a baby from the adoption agency. They will go the extremes that any parent who wants a child will go through. They will just be a whole lot funnier as they do it.
Then in the second episode, they get their baby. It starts off with Molly getting the phone in the middle of the night that the mother of her baby is in labor. Molly then has the task of waking up her husband, her mom (Swoosie Kurtz) and her husband Vince (Louis Mustillo), and her sister (Katy Mixon). Once she somehow and comedically gets them out of house, it is time to pick up Mike’s mom (Rondi Reed).
Once they get to the hospital, the craziness ensues. Especially when you get the whole family and their friends (Reno Wilson and Nyambi Nyambi) together in a small confined place like a waiting room. The two grandmas duke it out and it becomes a hilarious mess.
Finally, it is time to meet Mike & Molly’s baby and there is a sweet surprise that is the cherry on top of this series finale.
I could see where the show could’ve gone had it been picked up, but it also is the perfect ending for this enjoyable show that gave me and so many others many many many laughs!
Thanks to everyone who worked on the show for always managing to put a huge smile on my face with every episode.
Ever since The Big Bang Theory started, there has been a mystery about the show. What is behind those broken elevator doors? That mystery is no longer a secret because Jim Parsons peeled open the doors and showed us what is behind them. A real looking elevator shaft.
Now if only someone could tell us, why the three of them are still living in a building with a broken lift for almost 10 years because that is what I really want to know. I mean what manager doesn’t fix a broken elevator after all of this time. I can’t see anyone wanting to rent an apartment there with those conditions. Would you?
Tonight at 8p, The Big Bang Theory celebrates its 200th episode on CBS. So yesterday, Conan O’Brien had the full cast on his TBS show to honor their milestone and he had a surprise for them. The host had puppies dressed up as their characters and put them in a mini version of Sheldon and Leonard’s apartment. Seriously, aren’t the pooches so arfdorable as our favorite nerds?
So much so, I hope that TBS considers giving the caninerds their own sitcom next season. I know I would watch The Big Bark Theory. Wouldn’t you?
BTW if that wasn’t enough cuteness for you, here’s the two-legged Sheldon, Leonard, Walowitz, Raj, Penny, Amy and Bernadette playing with the four-legged version of themselves. It’s something to howl about!
Mayim Bialick has pretty much been a brunette as long as we have known her, and looks like she wants to find out if blondes have more fun. So she put on a wig to see how she would look with lighter hair color and asked us what we think.
Do you think she blossoms as a blonde or is your theory she should stay as a big bang brunette?
Yesterday, Kaley Cuoco performed Britney Spears’ I’m a Slave 4 U on Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle and she used a real snake as a prop. Just like most women (me included) I freak out when I see even the smallest snake, so imagine how she reacted when she saw the python. She freaked. Thankfully for us, someone was there to catch her shock as she saw the slithery reptile in the box coming towards her. Her face is priceless.
So priceless, she needs to use it every time she sees a new boyfriend’s little snake for the first time. Compared to the python, it is a little snake! It will make them very happy.
To see her performing on the show with her new friend, then click here!
Kaley Cuoco loves The Bachelor so much, she had Yoga pants made with his face all over them. Too bad she on CBS and he is on ABC otherwise she could hook up with him and have his face in her Big Bang Theory.
And if it didn’t work out between them then she could be on The Bachelorette. Imagine if she was the one giving out the roses?
Several casts of past and current shows got together yesterday to celebrate James Burrows’ major milestone. The milestone the director hit, is that he has directed 1,000 episodes throughout his career including episodes from Taxi, Cheers, Will & Grace and Two and a Half Men. But two of his biggest shows on his resume are Friends and The Big Bang Theory and almost all of the leads from both top rated sitcoms were there to honor him. Well someone thought it would be a smart idea to have the casts of two of the biggest shows from the ’90s and today pose for a photo together and this is what we got. Instead of saying who was there, the photo would be better if Matthew Perry and Kunal Nayyar were standing alongside them, but still this is pretty cool.
Maybe we can get a TBBT episode where Penny (Kaley Cuoco) dreams she is on Friends and Burrows directs it. Wouldn’t that be a dream scenario?
After 15 years and finding many phenomenal singers, American Idol begins its final season at 8p tonight on Fox. Will they find the next Kelly Clarkson, Chris Daughtry or Carrie Underwood this year? We will just have to tune in every week to find out.
I have to admit now that the last season is finally here, I am a little teary eyed. I can remember being on the phone with mom or my friend Michael in NYC to find out who went home because I couldn’t wait three hours to find out. Remember, AI was around before Twitter and Facebook and that was the best way to find out about Jennifer Hudson or Daughtry’s surprise eliminations. It was also the way I found that Clay Aiken was robbed of the title. And I have so many more fond memories from the show. In fact, I have a friend who I didn’t talk to for a year because of the Clay/Ruben fiasco.
What are some of your favorite memories from American Idol?
Then over on CBS at 8:30p, Mike & Molly is also beginning its final season tonight. Although, CBS has yet to confirm what the actors have already told us.
The episode starts off with Mike (Billy Gardell) and Carl (Reno Wilson) still not talking, so they go to couples therapy. When that doesn’t work, they get new partners. Let’s just their new partners are really bad? Will that be enough to get them back together?
Meanwhile, Molly (Melissa McCarthy) is doing press for her book and she is awful at it. Will it ruin her sales?
Even though this is the last season, it is just as funny as the first one. I am going to miss this show when it ends, but at least we have 13 new episodes before it says goodbye.
Tonight at 8p on The Big Bang Theory, the moment many people have been waiting for is finally going to happen. Amy and Sheldon are going to have coitus.
When I heard about this episode, I was pissed off and thought it would totally suck. Sheldon is all about no intimacy, so I thought him having sex was against everything he stood for. Having said that, I thoroughly enjoyed tonight’s episode.
Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and the guys are all excited to Star Wars: The Force Awakens on opening night, but it is also Amy’s (Mayim Bialik) birthday. Now he doesn’t know what to do, so Professor Proton (Bob Newhart) comes to him in a dream. The professor tells him to put Amy first, so he does.
Sheldon then asks Penny (Kaley Cuoco) and Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) what he should give Amy for her birthday, and he suggests coitus as one of his options. The girls tell him to go for it and he does. Now, they have to get Amy ready for their big night.
While Amy and Sheldon are having their big night, Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) and Raj (Kunal Nayyar) are having one of their own at Star Wars: The Force Awakes. They bring a special guest with them, that will give the episode its funniest moment. And it is full of plenty of them!
So tune in tonight for The Big Bang Theory’s best episode in many many many years!
Rondi Reed, who plays Mike’s mean mother on Mike & Molly, took to Facebook to announce that not only will the 6th season of the Emmy winning show be the last, but that their episode order was cut from 22 to 13.
Before you hear it elsewhere (and some already have) this is the Final and 6th Season of MIKE & MOLLY on CBS. It is also a shortened season (13 episodes) after the announced full renewal of 22 episodes back in March by the network. We are done taping as of January 27th 2016 and I am not sure exactly when/if the episodes will all be aired. The network has it’s reasons, and I will not get into a debate, discussion, or campaign to get them to change their minds. Other venues were explored by WB and Bonanza Productions (Chuck Lorre) after CBS announced their intentions, but did not turn up a future for our show. It is a fact and we have known for a few weeks. I remain extremely grateful to have been a part of this and to have worked with a fabulous bunch of folks over the years. I have learned a lot about many things, including the Business we call Show. Also grateful for all the fans and for the personal support I have received over the (almost) 6 seasons. Stewart Talent has guided me every step of the way on this journey and for that I am also forever grateful.
I don’t know what CBS is thinking, this show has continuously done well for them even though it never had an air date nor got any publicity. On top of that, it is a much funnier comedy than their unfunny Life in Pieces and Angel From Hell that lives up to the last two words in the title. CBS doesn’t get comedy and I don’t get them. Well, I guess I do. If Mike & Molly was a procedural where Mike and Carl solved murders every week instead of just driving around in their squad car, then it would still be on the air and not filling time while Survivor is on break.
So if you are a fan of the show, make sure to watch on its new night Wednesdays at 8:30p starting on January 6th.
UPDATE: Billy Gardell, who plays Mike, Tweeted that is the last season too. He said, “Mike and Molly returns Jan 6, it will be our last episodes. There are 13 of them. Thank you everyone who supported us. 🙏🙏❤️❤️”
UPDATE: Melissa McCarthy just Tweeted about the cancellation, “I was shocked and heartbroken when @CBS canceled #MikeAndMolly. I would have shot this show for 50 more years. I’ll miss my 2nd family.”