BobtheDrog wrote:the brian cox one is pretty spot on, less sure about Bono
BobtheDrog wrote:and a lot less annoying (attempting to quell anti bono rant)
Bialik's character is a neurobiologist, which corresponds to Bialik's real-life educational pursuits, as described below.
Prior to her joining the cast in the episode "The Bat Jar Conjecture," Raj suggests recruiting the real-life Bialik to their Physics Bowl team, saying "You know who’s apparently very smart, is the girl who played TV’s Blossom. She got a PhD in neuroscience or something."
On March 6, 2012, her book, "Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way" was released.
Hayim Nahman Bialik, Israel's national poet, was Mayim Bialik's great-great-grandfather's uncle.
Bialik attended Walter Reed Junior High School in North Hollywood, CA, located in the San Fernando Valley. At the end of Blossom, she chose to attend UCLA, although she also had been accepted to both Harvard and Yale. She stated that she wanted to stay close to her parents and did not want to move to the East Coast. She earned a bachelor's degree in 2000 in neuroscience, Hebrew, and Jewish studies, and went on to the PhD program in neuroscience.
She took a break from studies in 2005 to return to acting. Bialik completed her PhD in 2008. Her dissertation was an investigation of Prader-Willi syndrome.
spideyGirl wrote:Prader what syndrome???
Is that about guys who buy handbags or girls who buy handbags because they don't have a guy in their life?
Bouncy wrote:It's about people with a disease that means they can't tell when their stomach is full, and they just eat, and eat, and eat.
ghostsecurity28 wrote:Completely love the big bang theory I am sure its made me more proud to be a geek [inside anyhow]
Sheldon is completely my fave character though I love leonard
Sister Jennifer wrote:As long as I don't think too hard about the fact they are grown men I can watch it. The one with the Korean child genius is very funny. Also when Sheldon tries to fight Leonard using mind control is hilarious but sad because, is he being serious?? Sheldon is definitely a stand out. His relationship with his religious mother is well done. Whereas Howard and his mother, while I get the joke, is just disturbing.
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