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  It’s that hazy time of year: the gap between the end of fall-airing seasons and the start of summer one-hit-wonders, trials and errors and all in between. The desolate darkness reserved only for repeats you don’t like. It’s…hiatus season.  Don’t worry—as we’ve survived the other three sitcom seasons, we’ll survive this one. TV’s winter. But how? Well, to hibernate in your living rooms and man-caves properly, you need supplies and an itinerary (and maybe an artillery, depending on how gung ho you get). Based on experienced accounts from other, well-worn shows, I can offer you this lasting advice: 1....

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  I woke up this morning with a question in my brain. Usually they’re introspective, thought-provoking, insightful ponderings. Today I wondered how many puns existed for my favorite sitcom shows. After doing some Internet digging, I found a hearty list for all three that I couldn’t help but share with the rest of you. And I only hope you find them, and puns, as enjoyable as I do. Or wince-worthy. Depending on your inclination.  Big Bang Theory (Howard Wolowitz Puns): “Hey girl, are you made of copper and tellurium? Because you are CuTE.” (Whatever Tellurium is.) “Do you love water?...

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  Let’s talk about ships. Sit down Capt’n, I don’t mean your ship. I mean RELATIONships, ‘ships for short. Where did I get the abbreviation? How can relationship become a verb? I.e, who do you ship more? Leonard/Penny? Rachel/Ross? “Shamy?” (More like Sham-wow, amirite?) Allow me to explain the Internet science behind the shipping phenomenon and subculture. Simply put, ship is short for relationship, but fans and Internet dwellers mostly use the term in the verb form, “to ship” or “shipping.” Shipping only means, the act of pairing two characters into a relationship. Used in the English (?) language, “ship”...

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bbt, big bang theory, brobib, brobibs, captain future poster, council of ladies, ducky tie, F.R.I.E.N.D.S, HIMYM, how I met your mother, jouets, rock-em-sock-em robots, sheldon cooper's council of ladies, you're my lobster t-shirt -

  You’ve perused our store and picked up your favorite set props and gifts. Now what? Plan on using them as coffee table knick-knacks for the rest of their days? Does this mean the end for your eclectic shopping? All is fine, we might add, but your blogger’s going to try their hand at finding creative ways to pair Cool TV Props with something else that’s totally cool. Something Barney would approve of. So that someday Barney will recognize my bro status. I’m waiting for it, Stinson. Have the Rock-‘em-Sock-‘em Robots t-shirt? Get the Captain Future poster. The Big Bang...

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  With every good sitcom comes a good nuptial; then again, not sure I need to tell this crowd that, the same one studiously waiting for Robin and Barney’s wedding along with Ted and the ubiquitous Mother’s. But your blogger found a list of the top 19 sitcom weddings and—out of curiosity—combed through to see where our favorites ranked, and why. The results fall as follows: #5 Ross and Emily, F.R.I.E.N.D.S I feel badly that every wedding hitherto led to successful relationships. And then there’s Ross. “I, Ross, take thee…Rachel…” In all fairness, Rachel realized in the same episode she...

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