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Big Bang Theory fans won’t have to wait long to find out where Sheldon ended up after disappearing on a train in last season’s finale. CBS has just revealed that he’ll be somewhere very hot when the long-running comedy returns this fall.

Sheldon had a hard time adjusting to so much change in the finale, which included Penny and Leonard announcing their engagement, Sheldon being unable to change his field of study at work, and the comic book store burning down. The uber-geek decided to hop on a train so he could clear his mind. Where did he end up going?

On the season premiere, Leonard and Amy will have to take an unexpected road trip to Arizona to pick up Sheldon. By the second episode of the one-hour premiere, he’s already back in Pasadena and is forced to teach a class, which Howard actually enrolls in.

As for the rest of the gang, it sounds like Penny being hired at Bernadette’s company as a pharmaceutical rep will cause some tension between them, which allows Amy a chance to play both sides. Oh, and Howard will naturally get weirded out by Stuart’s budding relationship with his mother.

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I finished the photo coverage of Jim at the emmys. Enjoy all the HQ additions.





Galley links:
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – HBO After Party
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – Press Room
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – Show



Congrats to Jim for his 4th win consecutive for his Sheldon in The Big Bang Theory. I’m a bit upset for The Normal Heart to have fought so hard to win one prize, it really deserved a lot more. Enjoy the first pictures of Jim and more to be added soon.

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Public Appereances > Events 2014 > 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – Arrivals
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – Show
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – Press Room
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – HBO After Party

At the end of last season on The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon finally had to cope with not getting what he wanted in his career. That’s not a problem Jim Parsons is dealing with these days. In addition to his two Emmy nominations—one for playing Sheldon Cooper, the other for Tommy Boatwright in the gut-wrenching HBO movie The Normal Heart—Parsons’ salary for Big Bang skyrocketed from $350,000 per episode to $1 million after a contract dispute that pushed back production on the eighth season. After a week-long delay, production began on Aug. 6.

Parsons sees the whole brouhaha as a simple issue. “I always thought everything would be worked out by the start date [July 30],” he tells EW. “When it wasn’t, it certainly wasn’t a good feeling, but there was absolutely no getting around the fact that everything had to be dealt with and finished before we could get back.” He says reports of the dispute were overblown. “You see the word ‘strike’—’They’re walking out!’—but there was nothing to walk out from,” he says with a laugh. “That’s always hard, because part of you wants to explain to people what’s really going on. ‘Don’t worry, we’re not leaving, we want to do the show.’”

As for all those zeroes? “I came from a family in Texas who simply never spoke about money,” he says. “When suddenly everybody is guessing, or some even getting close, to the ballpark of what you’re earning—well, that’s interesting, that everyone knows what you make. It is what it is, and the job is so wonderful that those minor oddities are well worth the ride.”

Looking forward to the Emmys, Parsons has different feelings about his very different nominations. “To be nominated again for Big Bang, is at least as touching to me, if not more so now, than it was the first time,” he says. “Look, I’m only human and therefore there’s a part of me that’s waiting for people to say, ‘Enough of you!’”
As for his nomination for Normal Heart, “I would be lying if I said it didn’t feel really good to know that people had seen and thought it was also good work, because again, it is such a different ball of wax from the life of Sheldon.”

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