Schedule Change (Feb. 9th) Posted February 6, 2009

Schedule Change (Feb. 9th)

Due to President Obama's Monday (Feb. 9th) night press conference at 8:00ET, The Big Bang Theory has been moved to 9:30, following Two and a Half Men. Updated: West Coast viewers will see a rerun at 8:00 and the new episode at 9:30, following an original Two and a Half Men at the usual time of 9:00.

The episode airing has not changed. "The Maternal Capacitance", with guest star Christine Baranski (TV's Cybill, Mammia Mia!) as Leonard's mother, is the scheduled episode.

Reruns will air for the following two weeks, at the usual time of 8/7c.

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