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Jerry O’Connell and Jim Parsons are becoming like brothers?
May 11th, 2018 under Broadway, Chuck Lorre, Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]


Yesterday, while you, me and millions of other people tuned in to see Sheldon get married to Amy on The Big Bang Theory, neither Jim Parsons nor his TV brother Jerry O’Connell were watching it. What were Sheldon and Georgie Cooper doing that was so important that they would miss their own/brother’s wedding?

Parsons is on the other side of the country starring in The Boys in the Band with Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto and Andrew Rannells for the next couple of months; and O’Connell went to see his little TV brother in the Broadway play that is being produced by Ryan Murphy.

When O’Connell got out of the show, he wrote, “OVERWHELMED by my baby brother @therealjimparsons in @boysbandbway. Go see this play this summer. Wow. Wow. Just wow. I LOVE YOU. 5 points.”

Who knew that by playing brothers, you actually become like brothers? Look how gosh darn precious they are together? Maybe the producers will bring him back on TBBT more often? Sheldon can use a lot more brotherly advice, now that Young Sheldon revealed that Shamy will have kids in the future. What did you think of that reveal?

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A (rat) tale of two Georgie Coopers
April 30th, 2018 under Chuck Lorre, Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]


This Thursday, Jerry O’Connell is going to make his debut as Georgie Cooper on The Big Bang Theory. A role that was originated earlier this year by Montana Jordan on Young Sheldon.

Wait, how can he do that? Isn’t there a 30-year age difference between the two actors? Well, there is also a 30-year age difference between the mothership and its spinoff.

Now that it all makes sense, let’s talk about how much the two of them look alike. So much so, Jordan now knows what he will look like when he is in mid-forties. Although, we knew what O’Connell looked like as a teen and he did not look like that. So maybe not.

Anyways, I cannot wait to see O’Connell in his mullet this Thursday at 8p on CBS. Not only will he be on the sitcom this week, he will also be on it next week too to see his TV brother get married in the season finale.

Back to the Georgies, O’Connell had this to say about his younger self, “I cannot express how cool @jordan.montana and his family are. It was an honor to bring HIS Georgie to screen! This THURSDAY 2 Georgie’s better than one. @bigbangtheory_cbs @youngsheldoncbs.” Hopefully, Jordan took a lesson from O’Connell on how to be one of the nicest people in Hollywood. A trait that will most definitely help in the far future when Young Sheldon becomes too old for TV. Like I said far future.

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A Stand By Me reunion on The Big Bang Theory
April 18th, 2018 under Chuck Lorre, Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]


A few weeks ago, CBS announced that Jerry O’Connell is going to play Sheldon’s older brother Georgie on the season finale of The Big Bang Theory, and it is going to be an epic episode filled with many guest stars for Sheldon and Amy’s wedding.

If there is anyone that Sheldon does not want at his wedding, then it is going to be his arch-nemesis Wil Wheaton. Since the groom does not want him there, you know that he is going to be there to witness the nuptials.

You know what that means for us? We get to see Gordie and Vern together again! They are just as close now as they were when that movie came out in 1986 as you can see in this photo that EP Bill Prady posted. Maybe we can get a sequel since life imitated art in a way?

Now the big question, is will TBBT find a way to reference Stand By Me on the episode that airs on May 10th? We will find out then! Hopefully, it will be Mark Hamill who makes the reference like maybe with a pie eating contest?

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Jerry O’Connell shares a great birth control video
April 6th, 2018 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]

A post shared by Jerry O'Connell (@mrjerryoc) on


Have you been debating whether or not to have kids and wish there was a sign that would help you make that decision? Jerry O’Connell gave us that sign when he shared a video of himself sitting between his twin girls, Dolly and Charlie. One kept poking his face as the other one kept saying, “daddy,” over and over again.

If that does not send you to BJ’s for a carton of condoms, then you are ready to be a parent. Ladies, if you went to your doctor after watching this and asked them to refill your birth control pills for another 5 years, then you are not ready. I went to my doctor’s office and then did a quick stop at BJ’s, so I think you know my answer.

Since you won’t be having kids anytime soon, you can watch the trailer for O’Connell’s new show Carter. You will have plenty of time to watch it now that you don’t have any kids to call out your name and/or poke you.

A post shared by Jerry O'Connell (@mrjerryoc) on

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Guess who is going to play Sheldon’s brother on The Big Bang Theory
March 22nd, 2018 under Chuck Lorre, Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]


A few months ago, when the producers were asked who they think should play Sheldon’s older brother on The Big Bang Theory, they said Matthew McConaughey. I guess the Oscar winner was not available, so they went with their second choice, Jerry O’Connell. I think that is an alright, alright, alright choice to play Georgie. He looks and acts like the adult version of Montana Jordan, who plays the role on Young Sheldon.

You will see his first appearance in the season finale for Sheldon and Amy’s big day. No word who will play Sheldon’s twin sister, but I think they should go with Jennifer Love Hewitt. She looks like an older version of Missy (Raegan Revord).

Here is a little factoid. Even though O’Connell is playing Parson’s older brother, in real life the latter is 11 months older than the former.

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