Hey all you Knotheads, Sour Patch Kids, Cool Cats, and the Nation of Taylor, it is I, Corey Taylor—man of many talents. I have a new update for you! Yeah, it’s been a while, so what? This website hasn’t had any updates in a while. Does that make it somehow my fault? I don’t see … Continue reading Psychosocial Distancing
Kevin regrets his trip to the woods as he floats in a void of despair after the shadowy figure removed Kevin from existence. His internal monologues of shame are punctuated by flashes of an existence he never knew wherein he delivered parcels for a package delivery company.
The Potato Penny and Leonard give this whole relationship thing another go, but there’s a catch: this time their relationship is open! The Potato Penny immediately starts seeing another woman on the side (Stranger Things's Shannon Purser), which both arouses Leonard, and causes him deep hurting. Meanwhile, Sheldmond, Raj, and Howard struggle to figure out what … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Relationship Opening”
The local police are flabbergasted as multiple cases of people waking up with their spleens missing go unsolved without an clues. When Chale becomes victim number ten, Kevin takes the case! As the police pursue a local black market organ harvesting ring, Kevin decides to investigate a mysterious footprint that leads him to an ancient … Continue reading Kevin Can Wait, “Kevin Cannibal Wait”
Hello comrades, it’s your old PAL Jesse “The Newsman” Ventura here again to SMASH your faces into the TURNBUCKLE of TRUTH. AS you may have noticed, I haven’t been AROUND much lately. No, GEORGE SOROS didn’t have me disappeared to a secret DEEP STATE detention center on an EXXON oil rig in international waters. He … Continue reading Breaking News: Teslas in… SPACE
As the Potato Penny finds herself being the “other woman” in an affair with LA Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, her ex-husband Leonard, too, finds himself in a forbidden love as he and his grad student do some passionate “research” in the lab at night. Meanwhile, Sheldmond and Amy have a frustrating time trying to … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Forbidden Fraternization”
When Kevin goes outside to grab the morning paper, he is greeted by Lou Ferrigno, who claims to be his neighbor. The two get to talking and Lou reveals that his sense of reality seems to have been warped ever since he went to a voodoo cult. Kevin then grabs the family dog formerly known … Continue reading Kevin Can Wait, “Kevin Keeps On Slippin'”
The Big Bang Gang™ meets up for brunch, they are shocked to discover something about their cloned friend Sheldmond—he is quickly becoming an old man. Amy argues that they should scrap the clone and print up a new one, while the Potato Penny argues that Sheldmond is perfect the way he is. While the friends … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Age Acceleration”
Young Sheldon tries to become one of the rebellious cool kids in an attempt to get in close with Becky Liebowicz. The ragtag pack of hooligans agree to allow Young Sheldon into their group only if he climbs the water tower and sprays some graffiti. When Young Sheldon gets up there, his pack of would-be-friends … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “All Along the Bazinga Tower”
What he thought would be a relaxing day of rest down by the lake turns into yet another case as Kevin encounters a giant humanoid monster carrying a woman through the woods. Chale considers a new career in real estate, while Kendra begins to fade out of existence.
The Young Sheldon develops a crush on Becky Liebowicz from Poetry class. When he asks her out to the Homecoming dance by reciting a poem about cats, she informs him that she already has a date. After some advice from his alcoholic father, Young Sheldon enacts Plan B—take another girl to the dance to make … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Superstition, Bazinga, and Jealousy”
It’s the big chili cook off and Raj hopes to win the prize for the hottest pot. Raj steals some plutonium from the Libyans and puts it in the chili, which scalds Howard’s throat, leaving him unable to speak right before his big work presentation. The two scheme to hide Raj in the lectern and … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Presentation Impersonationing”
When the star of a popular political thriller’s teenage boy pages keep mysteriously disappearing, Kevin decides to go undercover to investigate the case. Landing an acting role under the assumed name “Kevin James”, Kevin puts his sleuthing skills to the test and discovers that the actor may be an inter-dimensional space monster.
Kevin’s grasp on reality continues to crumble as he hears grumbling in the basement. When he grabs his pistol and heads down, he discovers an old man (played by guest star Jerry Stiller) who claims to be his father-in-law.
Howard sets up a new VR rig and the Big Bang Gang™ comes over for a demonstration. When he runs a haunted house simulation featuring serial killers, things go wrong as the virtual reality machine connects to the WiFi-enabled 3D printer, which then prints up copies of murderers. This wacky pack of nerds must destroy … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Virtual Reality Extraction”