Origin of "Bazinga!" and the One Ring of Sheldon

Klingons, Slang, and the Quest for a "Bazinga!"

Have you been scouring the Internet hoping to figure out the source of Sheldon Cooper's, "Bazinga!"?
Stop your pilfering of Klingon dictionaries and trolling of geeky forums in search of an answer, at least long enough to check out, "The Word Origin of Sheldon Cooper's 'Bazinga!'"

Sheldon Cooper--Drunk Like a Dwarf?

While you might be on a quest for the "Holy Bazinga," it appears "The Big Bang Theory" crew will be starting an epic journey of their own--one involving a drunk Sheldon!

E!Online's Spoiler Chat reveals that our beloved geek gang from the show will, "find the 'Lord of the Rings' ring that's the last one in existence and didn't go to the actors, and it tears us apart like it did in the movie."

A couple, albeit minor spoilers are given alongside but avoid the chat if you don't want to know more about upcoming "The Big Bang Theory" episodes. (NOTE: There is a potential Wil Wheaton spoiler on the page you may not want to see. Just a fair warning!)

New Chuck Lorre Pilot

Daemon's TV is reporting that a new Chuck Lorre pilot will be featured among the 2010/2011 CBS lineup. Titled "Mike and Molly," the show is to feature two over-eaters who meet at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting.

Similar to "The Big Bang Theory," the pilot will be a multi-camera sitcom. Mark Roberts will be writing for the show. Roberts has served as an executive consultant for "The Big Bang Theory" and is a writer and sometimes co-producer for Lorre's other popular sitcom, "Two and a Half Men."

1 comment:

  1. I think that it certainly is a variation of "zing" but it is also completed with a variation of "buzz" that would be the onomatopeia of the annoying sound made by some insects, which led me to a definition of bazinga as: annoying set of sounds(words) which intention is planned to ridiculize a person hearing it.