ROLL CALL: Jim Parsons' Big Bang Theory Character Honored With Bee Species Name
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The Buzz On The “Bang”: Lots of people in Hollywood have Emmy Awards, but how many can say they have a bee species named after their work? Jim Parsons’ Sheldon Cooper character from his hit sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” (which he’s won an Emmys and a Golden Globe for) has been honored with a bee species name. A new species of Brazilian orchid bees have been dubbed “bazinga” (official name being Euglossa bazinga), which pays homage to his catchphrase, “Bazinga!” “TBBT” executive producer Steven Molaro said in a statement, “Sheldon would be honored to know that Euglossa bazinga was inspired by him. In fact, after ‘Mothra’ and griffins, bees are his third-favorite flying creatures.”
In More Animal/Insect News: Miley Cyrus is celebrating the arrival of a new member of her pack. Meet her new rescue dog, Bean, who joins her family after her Yorkie Lila was tragically and accidentally killed by her puppy Ziggy. See Miley’s new pooch, HERE!
The Grossest Thing You’ll See All Day: We give you the red band trailer for the “Evil Dead” remake! Warning: this truly only for fans of horrors movies… and fans of copious amounts of fake blood.
The ACTUAL Grossest Thing You’ll See All Day: Just when we thought we’d hit our gross-out limit… Honey Boo Boo and her family started eating large bowls of mayonnaise. Watch at your own risk, HERE!
-- Jesse Spero
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