Mayim Bialik Is Still Upset That People Think She’s An Anti-Vaxxer
Here’s what I know about Mayim Bialik: sometimes she hosts Jeopardy!, she was on Blossom, she was on The Big Bang Theory, she hates musicals, and she’s been accused of being an anti-vaxxer. The anti-vaxxer thing comes from a 2009 interview with People, in which Mayim straight up said, “we are a non-vaccinating family.” She repeated this claim in her 2012 “holistic parenting book” (Pukesville). But according to 2021 Mayim, she isn’t anti-vaccination (at least anymore). In the past year she and her kids received their flu and COVID-19 vaccines, thankyouverymuch, and she will remind us of this fact every time she opens her mouth until the Sun rams itself into the Earth to shut her up.
Mayim Bialik Swears She’s Not In The Celebrity Anti-Vaxxer Crew
After several months and sixteen guest hosts, Sony Pictures Television has finally found the person who will ascend to game show legend Alex Trebek’s vacant throne and become the new host of Jeopardy!. In a move that had many saying, “Meh,” it was decided that they were going with two choices: Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards and actress-slash-former neuroscientist Mayim Bialik. Mike will be the host of Jeopardy! in syndication, and Mayim will be the host for all primetime episodes and spin-offs. Naturally, after Mike’s name popped up, the internet went digging into his past and found the kind of stuff that had Sony nervously tugging at their collars. It turns out Mike was named in several discrimination lawsuits while working as a producer on The Price is Right. Then it was Mayim’s turn, and the internet proceeded to produce several receipts that show Mayim might be a supplement-pushing anti-vaxxer. Mayim has jumped into the conversation, and she wants everyone to know that despite what comes up in a simple 1-minute Google search of her name, she is most certainly not an anti-vaxxer.
Mike Richards And Mayim Bialik Are Officially The New Hosts Of “Jeopardy!”
The correct question to the answer “these two people were just announced as the permanent hosts of the beloved television quiz show Jeopardy!” is “Who are HIM?! and HER?!” As predicted, Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards has been named as Alex Trebek’s replacement, and fellow guest host Mayim Bialik will be hosting all of Jeopardy!’s primetime and spinoff series. Fan favorite LeVar Burton goes home with a lovely parting gift — walking away as a beloved icon with his dignity intact. Nobody could really replace Alex and you can’t get hit with rotten tomatoes if you exit stage left. And with this decision, people are already coming at Mike and Mayim and letting the fetid fruit fly!
Blossom Suffered Great Hardship At The Hands Of United Airlines Over Her Carry-On
Have you ever been to the airport and things didn’t go as smoothly as you’d hoped? Yes? Me too! Oh my god, we have so much to talk about! Don’t you just hate it when you’re flying first class and your flight’s delayed and the gate agent won’t let your enormous carry-on have its own seat but lets other ECONOMY people on the plane with their carry-on bags that actually do fit in the little sizer thing? All because they either hate women or your TV show for which you get paid $450,000 per episode? What are you supposed to do, check your precious bag like a commoner? It’s so unfair, isn’t it? I don’t know about you but I can super relate to the plight endured by Mayim Bialik at the hands of her oppressor, United Airlines, as she tried to make a connecting flight to Houston.
“The Big Bang Theory” Is Ending After Its Twelfth Season
You should probably expect to see some sad photocopied flyers up around town that read: “Soft Kitty/Warm Kitty looking for work.” Because CBS’s biggest sitcom The Big Bang Theory is ending in 2019.
Deadline reports that CBS was in talks to keep the show going for a few more seasons, but CBS, along with Warner Bros. and show creator Chuck Lorre announced today that the upcoming 12th season (scheduled to premiere September 2018) will be the last. They issued the following statement:
“We are forever grateful to our fans for their support of The Big Bang Theory during the past twelve seasons. We, along with the cast, writers and crew, are extremely appreciative of the show’s success and aim to deliver a final season, and series finale, that will bring The Big Bang Theory to an epic creative close.”
TBBT will be the longest-running multi-camera comedy series in television history, with 12 seasons and 279 episodes. The decision to pull the plug was reportedly made by the producers. It definitely wasn’t made by the cast, because who would give up millions of dollars that easily? Besides Macaulay Culkin. At one point in time, the show’s main three stars – Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, and Johnny Galecki – were pulling in $1 million an episode. They were joined shortly after by Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg, who also got $1 million an episode. Eventually they all reportedly agreed to take a pay cut so that Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch could get a raise.
But how will the show end? My guess is the main nerd gang will all go on to fame and fortune after discovering the science required to finally make Penny a successful Hollywood actress. Wait a second, I think I’m describing Scientology. All hail Shel-Ron Cooper!
Mayim Bialik Wrote A Piece About The Harvey Weinstein Situation And People Got Pissed
The think pieces about Harvey Weinstein have begun, one of which has come courtesy of Hollywood long-timer and outspoken person Mayim Bialik. Mayim has been working in Hollywood since she was 11 years old, so she decided to come forward with her thoughts on being a feminist in a sexualized culture that benefits people like Harvey. It didn’t go over too well.