BBT back, LA Times on set Posted March 1, 2008

The Los Angeles Times was on set this week as The Big Bang Theory shot its first episode in months, 2 weeks after the strike ended, they spoke to the cast & crew of The Big Bang Theory & Chuck Lorre's hit TV show "Two and a Half Men".

View article at Los Angeles Times website CalendarLive.com.

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