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Young Sheldon Season 1 Episode 5 Review – ‘A Solar Calculator, a Game Ball and a Cheerleader’s Bosom’

Martin Carr reviews the fifth episode of Young Sheldon

With the added bonus of a welcome cameo this week Young Sheldon ticks all the boxes which have so far made it a stand out addition to Big Bang mythology. Spanning just twenty minutes this show does more with these nostalgic vignettes than most manage in twice the time. Such is the familiarity of those characters combined with numerous Sheldon specific hat tips, that this younger sibling represents a genuine extension, rather than insubstantial cash into the ratings beast.

There are of course people who think The Big Bang Theory is not the be all and end all of comedic entertainment, but they would appear to be sparse. Having clocked up an impressive eleven seasons without dropping the ball, this expansion of arguably its most popular character was inevitable. That nothing really happens each week is unsurprising, but audiences are not
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David Cassidy Dead at 67

David Cassidy Dead at 67
Actor and singer David Cassidy, who rose to fame as Keith Partridge in the classic ’70s series The Partridge Family, has died of organ failure. He was 67 years old.

He passed away on Tuesday surrounded by his family, his publicist JoAnn Geffen confirmed to Variety: “On behalf of the entire Cassidy family, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, our uncle, and our dear brother, David Cassidy. David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that had gripped him for so long. Thank you for
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David Cassidy Dead at 67

David Cassidy Dead at 67
Rest in peace, David Cassidy

The former Partridge Family star has died, Et confirms. He was 67. 

"On behalf of the entire Cassidy family, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, our uncle, and our dear brother, David Cassidy. David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that had gripped him for so long," Cassidy's rep told Et in a statement from the family. "Thank you for the abundance and support you have shown him these many years."

Cassidy's rep tells Et that he will be cremated, and a private memorial is being scheduled for close family and friends in Los Angeles. A public memorial for a later time is being considered. 

Cassidy was rushed to a Florida hospital on Wednesday, his rep confirmed to Et on Saturday. "His organs are failing," the rep revealed, adding that he was "surrounded by family." 

The performer
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Frankie Muniz Breaks Down as He Praises DWTS' Witney Carson for Helping Him 'Face My Fears'

Frankie Muniz Breaks Down as He Praises DWTS' Witney Carson for Helping Him 'Face My Fears'
The past three months have been life-changing for Frankie Muniz.

The Malcolm in the Middle star broke down in tears on Monday night’s episode of Dancing with the Stars when he reflected on his journey on season 25 of the reality dancing competition, which premiered in September, and working with pro partner Witney Carson.

For night one of the finals, Carson, 24, was torn about choreographing a powerful or fun freestyle dance for Muniz, who was going head-to-head with the three fellow remaining contestants at the top of the show: Lindsey Stirling, Jordan Fisher and Drew Scott (who was ultimately eliminated
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‘DWTS’ Host Tom Bergeron Blasted for ‘Lost Control’ Comment About Dancer Witney Carson

  • The Wrap
‘DWTS’ Host Tom Bergeron Blasted for ‘Lost Control’ Comment About Dancer Witney Carson
Dancing With the Stars” host Tom Bergeron is under fire for a racy offhand comment he made about professional dancer Witney Carson on Monday’s show following her performance with partner Frankie Muniz. “@Tom_Bergeron that was so inappropriate towards Witney. And men wonder what #metoo is about,” one user tweeted, while another said, “please apologize to Witney Carson. Very mean comment and unnecessary.” Carson and Muniz were waiting for the judge critiques after performing their waltz, and judge Carrie Ann Inaba pointed out only one flaw in their routine. See Video: 'Malcolm in the Middle' Star Frankie Muniz
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Witney Carson Says She's Going to 'Brush Off' DWTS Host Tom Bergeron's Controversial Comment

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Witney Carson Says She's Going to 'Brush Off' DWTS Host Tom Bergeron's Controversial Comment
Dancing with the Stars host Tom Bergeron usually knows just what to say — but one comment to a pro dancer raised eyebrows on Monday’s show.

Witney Carson and her star partner Frankie Muniz waited for the judge’s critiques after performing a waltz, but Carrie Ann Inaba pointed out a misstep.

“So far for me, that was the closest thing to perfection. I mean, you are so exquisite when you dance, it’s just so clean,” she said. “I look for mistakes, but I don’t see them – except for when you almost lost control of Witney there.”

Bergeron quipped in response,
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Veronica Mars' Brad Bufanda Dead at 34

Veronica Mars' Brad Bufanda Dead at 34
Brad Bufanda, best known to TV audiences for his recurring role as Felix Toombs on Veronica Mars, died Wednesday.

Bufanda committed suicide after jumping from a building, according to our sister site Deadline. He was 34 years old.

Bufanda appeared in a total of 10 Veronica Mars episodes. Creator Rob Thomas on Friday said he was “heartbroken” to hear of Bufanda’s passing:

I'm heartbroken to hear of Brad Bufanda's passing. He did great work on Veronica Mars. My heart goes out to his family.

Rob Thomas (@RobThomas) November 3, 2017

Ahead of booking Veronica Mars, Bufanda’s TV credits included mainly one-off guest spots,
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'Veronica Mars' Actor Brad Bufanda Commits Suicide at 34

  • TMZ
'Veronica Mars' Actor Brad Bufanda Commits Suicide at 34
Brad Bufanda -- an actor best known for his role on "Veronica Mars" -- has committed suicide ... TMZ has learned. A rep for Bufanda confirmed with us the actor committed suicide Wednesday. The details of his death are unclear. Brad had a recurring role as Felix Toombs on "Veronica Mars" during seasons 1 and 2. He also appeared on other TV shows like "CSI: Miami," "Malcolm in the Middle," "Boston Public" and "Days of our Lives" ... and
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Despite Frankie Muniz's Mysterious Memory Loss, the Actor Says There's One DWTS Moment He'll 'Never, Ever Forget'

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Despite Frankie Muniz's Mysterious Memory Loss, the Actor Says There's One DWTS Moment He'll 'Never, Ever Forget'
Frankie Muniz may be struggling with severe memory loss, but he’s convinced there are some moments in the Dancing with the Stars ballroom that will be with him forever.

On Monday night’s episode, the Malcolm in the Middle star and his pro partner Witney Carson hit the dance floor for the Halloween-themed episode, performing a contemporary number to “Every Breath You Take” by Chase Holfelder before joining several others stars for the team dance. The best part? Muniz earned a perfect 30/30 for both performances from the judges — something he could hardly believe.

“I never thought I would see a perfect score,
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Exclusive: Liam Cunningham on working with Bryan Cranston and Essie Davis on Electric Dreams

Justin Cook spoke to Liam Cunningham at New York Comic Con about his role in the upcoming episode of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, “Human Is”…

After working for 25 years in the film/TV industry, Game of Thrones star Liam Cunningham has gained enough experience and perspective to realize that all he can really hope for as an actor is “the company that [he] keeps” – and as it turns out, he got to keep the company of some hugely talented performers while working on Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams.

Cunningham had nothing but praise for his Electric Dreams co-stars when Flickering Myth asked him about working on “Human Is” with Bryan Cranston, multiple Emmy winner and star of Malcolm in the Middle and Breaking Bad, and Essie Davis, a Game of Thrones alum and star of The Babadook.

While Ser Davos on Game of Thrones may be one of
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See Frankie Muniz's 'Train Wreck' DWTS Dance: The Judges 'Should Have Been Harsher,' Says the Actor

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See Frankie Muniz's 'Train Wreck' DWTS Dance: The Judges 'Should Have Been Harsher,' Says the Actor
Frankie Muniz isn’t happy with his performance on this week’s Dancing with the Stars.

On Monday night, the Malcolm in the Middle star hit the dance floor for the Movie Night-themed episode, performing a jazz number to “Holly Rock” by Sheila E. He earned a 31/40 from the judges, but Muniz, 31, thinks they went easy on him, calling it his “worst performance” yet. (Watch their dance in the video above.)

“I thought they should have been harsher, to be honest,” Muniz told reporters after the show. “I was surprised that we got even what we did, because in my
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Frankie Muniz Wows DWTS Judges with Sexy Argentine Tango After He Admits 'I'm the Nerd — I Don't Play the Hunk'

Frankie Muniz Wows DWTS Judges with Sexy Argentine Tango After He Admits 'I'm the Nerd — I Don't Play the Hunk'
Frankie Muniz didn’t think he could deliver sexy on Dancing with the Stars, but he surprised judges — and himself — when he performed a sizzling and “sensual” number with pro partner Witney Carson.

For Monday night’s episode of the reality dance competition, Muniz played a “sexy pirate” when he and Carson performed an Argentine tango to “Angelica” from Pirates of the Caribbean.

Although Muniz, 31, was up for the challenge, the former Malcolm in the Middle star admitted that channeling his inner sexy for the Disney Night number was going to be difficult.

“This is definitely going to be the biggest challenge so far.
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'Dancing With the Stars': Disney Night Ends in Shocking Elimination -- See Who Got Axed!

'Dancing With the Stars': Disney Night Ends in Shocking Elimination -- See Who Got Axed!
*Caution: Spoilers ahead*

It was Disney Night on Monday's Dancing With the Stars, and even after a night of fun and frivolity dedicated to the magic and imagination of Disney films through the ages, one couple still got sent home.

In what was easily one of the most surprising developments of the season thus far, the two stars who found themselves in jeopardy were Pretty Little Liars actress Sasha Pieterse and Malcolm in the Middle alum Frankie Muniz.

Ultimately, Pieterse and her pro partner, Gleb Savchenko, got the axe, narrowing the already tight competition down even further.

Photos: The Complete List: 'Dancing with the Stars' Winners

While understandably disappointed, Pieterse had nothing but love and appreciation for her time on the show, while speaking with hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews after the elimination.

"It was incredible. I knew that it was going to be amazing, but it totally blew my expectations away," Pieterse said. "I have
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Frankie Muniz Can’t Remember Much Of ‘Malcolm In The Middle’

  • ET Canada
Malcolm in the Middle” star Frankie Muniz revealed that he doesn’t remember most of his time acting in the television sitcom, following a series of head injuries. The actor, who suffered a serious car crash in 2009 while competing as a professional race car driver, revealed the news of his memory loss in his rehearsal video for […]
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Frankie Muniz Binge-Watched 'Malcolm' This Summer Because of Memory Loss

  • TMZ
[[tmz:video id="0_te5n79lo"]] Frankie Muniz did plenty of Netflix and chill this summer ... not on a hot new show, but on "Malcolm in the Middle" to jog the memory. We got Frankie at The Grove Wednesday and asked him about his big revelation on "Dancing with the Stars" -- that he's suffering severe memory loss due to multiple mini strokes and 9 concussions from playing sports. Frankie -- looking healthy and happy, btw -- said drugs and alcohol have
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Malcolm in the Middle: Frankie Muniz Doesn't Remember Filming the Fox Sitcom

Remember Malcolm in the Middle? Sadly, Frankie Muniz doesn't. Recently, the star revealed he can't recall filming the Fox TV show, EW reports.Muniz, who is currently a cast member on Dancing with the Stars, played Malcolm on the Fox sitcom from 2000 to 2006. The cast also included Bryan Cranston, Jane Kaczmarek, Christopher Masterson, Justin Berfield, and Erik Per Sullivan.Read More…
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'Dancing With the Stars' Season 25, Week 4: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!

'Dancing With the Stars' Season 25, Week 4: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!
It was an emotionally charged night on Dancing With the Stars.

The 11 remaining contestants danced their hearts out to routines symbolizing their Most Memorable Year on Monday, moving us with their heartfelt, inspiring stories. Although a fan-favorite pair from the beginning, former NBA star Derek Fisher and his pro partner, Sharna Burgess, were eliminated at the end of the night, leaving us with the season 25 top 10.

From the best technical lifts to the most tear-filled performances, Et's breaking down all the memorable choreography moments from week four of the competition.

Watch: 'DWTS' Eliminates Fan Favorite After Tearful 'Most Memorable Year' Week -- Find Out Who Got Cut!

Frankie Muniz & Witney Carson - Quickstep, "Adventure of a Lifetime" by Coldplay

Most memorable year: 2017, celebrating a mix of everything he's done, and to now be in a position where he can inspire others. "I have gotten to do everything I've wanted," Frankie said in his interview package. "I just don't
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Dancing with the Stars: Frankie Muniz Reveals He Doesn't Remember Much of Malcolm in the Middle

Monday's Dancing with the Stars was "Most Memorable Year" Night, and you would think former Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz would have chosen 2000, the year Malcolm in the Middle shot him to stardom, but instead he chose 2017 for a bittersweet reason: he has suffered memory loss that he ...

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Frankie Muniz on His Intense Struggle with Memory Loss & What He Can't Remember from Malcolm in the Middle

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Frankie Muniz on His Intense Struggle with Memory Loss & What He Can't Remember from Malcolm in the Middle
On Monday’s Dancing with the Stars, Frankie Muniz got candid about his experience with memory loss — and how he’s learning to cope.

In a pre-taped package for the Most Memorable Year night, Muniz, 31, touched on his many health issues and how they may have led to problems with his longterm memory.

Speaking to People after his performance with pro Witney Carson, which earned him a 24 out of 30, Muniz revealed his memory loss wasn’t always something he was comfortable discussing.

“It’s something that I never really wanted to talk about, because I’m just me and this is my life,
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'DWTS': Frankie Muniz Opens Up About Memory Loss Struggles, Gets Support From TV Dad Bryan Cranston

'DWTS': Frankie Muniz Opens Up About Memory Loss Struggles, Gets Support From TV Dad Bryan Cranston
It was "Most Memorable Year" night on Monday's Dancing With the Stars, and for Frankie Muniz, the year that meant the most to him is actually 2017.

In a pre-taped package aired before his performance, Muniz opened up about his many health problems and how they may have led to problems with his long-term memory.

"I'm not actually sure how my memory loss started," Muniz shared. "I have had nine concussions and I've had a fair amount of mini-strokes."

"I'm not saying those things correlate exactly to the reason why my memory's not great," the 31-year-old actor explained while rehearsing with his pro partner, Witney Carson

Watch: Frankie Muniz Says He Was 'a Nervous Wreck' Ahead of 'Dancing With the Stars' Debut

Muniz also admitted that he's never gotten a professional opinion on his memory struggles. "I've never been to the doctor and been like, you know, 'Why don't I have a memory?'" he said
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