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(Huffington Post)   Melissa Rauch of 'Big Bang Theory' does S&M inspired photo shoot. You're welcome   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 114
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2013-11-16 11:12:48 PM
Oh, my God, I would give her the most disappointing five minutes of her life, but it would be soooooo worth it to me.  Everything about her is just yummy.
 
2013-11-16 11:41:59 PM
That show sucks ass.

But she's pretty damn cute, so I guess it's got that going for it.
 
2013-11-16 11:46:32 PM
She is the cutest gal on the show, I like her better in the glasses and sweaters though.
 
2013-11-16 11:47:08 PM
One of the best racks on TV
 
2013-11-17 01:02:20 AM
Video unavailable due to location.
 
2013-11-17 01:22:07 AM
What a honker.  Sharp knees, sharp nose.
 
2013-11-17 01:25:23 AM
OH MY GOD! They took off her glasses and put her in an expensive dress, and look how sexy she really is!!!

I NEVER would have guessed that in a million years!!

...seriously, E! News, two things change about her and you think she's completely transformed? That her "geek chic" look somehow made her unsexy and "all business"? There are some incredibly stupid people working in Hollywood.
 
2013-11-17 01:34:25 AM
Wow, thanks for linking to the HuffPo article with some random picture in it that links to the Maxim website with only THREE pictures on it, NONE of which are particularly exciting. I am disappoint.
 
2013-11-17 01:38:31 AM
Is she the one with the annoying voice?
 
2013-11-17 01:40:39 AM
That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.
 
2013-11-17 01:51:48 AM
Meh. There are better CBS stars to showcase in those mags. Let me know when Mayim Bialik shows full-on butthole or Margo Martindale does a full naked pictoral with her feet jacked up behind her ears.
 
2013-11-17 01:52:59 AM

flem77: Meh. There are better CBS stars to showcase in those mags. Let me know when Mayim Bialik shows full-on butthole or Margo Martindale does a full naked pictoral with her feet jacked up behind her ears.


Oh, c'mon...we all know you're holding out for Melissa McCarthy on the cover of Playboy...
 
2013-11-17 01:57:42 AM
www.hawtcelebs.com
Not bad. Hardly S&M, but not bad.
 
2013-11-17 02:00:20 AM

antidisestablishmentarianism: She is the cutest gal on the show, I like her better in the glasses and sweaters though.


Yeah, I think I like the idea of Bernadette more than I do the actual Melissa rauch.
 
2013-11-17 02:15:53 AM

LesserEvil: ...seriously, E! News HuffPo, two things change about her and you think she's completely transformed? That her "geek chic" look somehow made her unsexy and "all business"? There are some incredibly stupid people working in Hollywood.


FTFY. Also, I was way more interested in this at the bottom:

i.huffpost.com
 
2013-11-17 02:27:46 AM
maxim is still a thing? lol

it was a played-out joke of a magazine when i was a college freshman in 2000
 
2013-11-17 02:38:19 AM
th00.deviantart.net

/Never heard of her, but wouldn't mind being heard in her.
 
2013-11-17 02:42:14 AM

Apos: [th00.deviantart.net image 737x1083]

/Never heard of her, but wouldn't mind being heard in her.


Nice pic.
 
2013-11-17 02:44:11 AM
More like Melissa RauNch, amirite?

/hello?
//is this thing on?
///I'll show myself out
 
2013-11-17 02:46:57 AM

Apos: [th00.deviantart.net image 737x1083]

/Never heard of her, but wouldn't mind being heard in her.


I have no proof, but I get the feeling that's a 'shop.
 
2013-11-17 02:56:16 AM

fusillade762: Apos: [th00.deviantart.net image 737x1083]

/Never heard of her, but wouldn't mind being heard in her.

I have no proof, but I get the feeling that's a 'shop.



Yeah....The head-to-shoulders ratio is a tad off.
 
2013-11-17 03:11:48 AM
Or, if you want to skip the overly informative article that says "go here for pics" you can go here for pics...
 
2013-11-17 03:22:18 AM
I swear, at times it's hard not to picture my fellow Farkers constantly hooting and waving their arms around like Kenny McCormick high on cat pee.
 
2013-11-17 04:00:11 AM

OgreMagi: That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.


Came to make sure this was posted. She's a cutie though.
 
2013-11-17 04:37:33 AM
This past week Kaley Cuoco was on Craig Ferguson's show. Even for his loopy and anything goes show, she behaved really spacy. Great looking chick, but just acted so weird. Seemed like even Ferguson had trouble with the segment, and he doesn't even really do interviews just spontaneous bits.
 
2013-11-17 04:48:41 AM

Bane of Broone: OgreMagi: That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.

Came to make sure this was posted. She's a cutie though.


Eh, no ball gag, no O ring. This is what passes for S/M? Kids of today, I tell you.
 
2013-11-17 04:51:22 AM

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2013-11-17 06:23:15 AM

OgreMagi: That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.


Some stand-up comedian I heard on Pandora made a good point that as long you include the word "inspired", it can be absolutely anything regardless of relation to the source material.
 
2013-11-17 06:41:31 AM

OgreMagi: That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.


Bane of Broone: Came to make sure this was posted. She's a cutie though.


simplicimus: Eh, no ball gag, no O ring. This is what passes for S/M? Kids of today, I tell you.


I woulda settled for an implement (say, a riding crop) in her hand.  As it is, it's as inspired by Reign as it is by S&M.

/I hate Big Bang Theory with an unholy rage.
//I know how to get a hit, let's make fun of the Aspies, the nerds, and the geeks!
///I've seen two episodes because others were watching them.  Never. Again.
 
2013-11-17 07:22:33 AM

Exception Collection: /I hate Big Bang Theory with an unholy rage.
//I know how to get a hit, let's make fun of the Aspies, the nerds, and the geeks!
///I've seen two episodes because others were watching them. Never. Again.


Actually, in the long run it doesn't make fun of them.

But you're too cool to bother to find that out.
 
2013-11-17 07:27:50 AM

skinink: This past week Kaley Cuoco was on Craig Ferguson's show. Even for his loopy and anything goes show, she behaved really spacy. Great looking chick, but just acted so weird. Seemed like even Ferguson had trouble with the segment, and he doesn't even really do interviews just spontaneous bits.


Saw an interview with her not too long ago and my first thought was "Please tell me she isn't into Scientology now".  She was spacey, WAY too happy and excitable. Almost reminded me of the Oprah interviews with Tom Cruise (without the jumping on the couch). Just unnaturally "high" talking about the topic.

/it was about her new found love...akin to Tom's interview.
 
2013-11-17 07:48:08 AM

Exception Collection: OgreMagi: That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.

Bane of Broone: Came to make sure this was posted. She's a cutie though.

simplicimus: Eh, no ball gag, no O ring. This is what passes for S/M? Kids of today, I tell you.

I woulda settled for an implement (say, a riding crop) in her hand.  As it is, it's as inspired by Reign as it is by S&M.

/I hate Big Bang Theory with an unholy rage.
//I know how to get a hit, let's make fun of the Aspies, the nerds, and the geeks!
///I've seen two episodes because others were watching them.  Never. Again.


You sound like a bucket of fun.
 
2013-11-17 07:54:31 AM

skinink: This past week Kaley Cuoco was on Craig Ferguson's show. Even for his loopy and anything goes show, she behaved really spacy. Great looking chick, but just acted so weird. Seemed like even Ferguson had trouble with the segment, and he doesn't even really do interviews just spontaneous bits.


You should have seen him with summer glau. It was incredibly awkward. by the end you could tell he was shocked she was in the entertainment business.

She really came off like a dumbass.
 
2013-11-17 07:55:51 AM

Kyosuke: Exception Collection: /I hate Big Bang Theory with an unholy rage.
//I know how to get a hit, let's make fun of the Aspies, the nerds, and the geeks!
///I've seen two episodes because others were watching them. Never. Again.

Actually, in the long run it doesn't make fun of them.

But you're too cool to bother to find that out.


I was forced to watch that (and Two and a Half Men) when I was staying at my mother's for a visit last summer.  The entire show boiled down to "Look at how sullythese nerds are!  Look, they're playing D&D!  Look how awkward they are around women!  They're so socially  inept they think science is cool!  They'll never get a date, because they're so geeky!  HA HA HA!"  Meanwhile, everyone seems to be ignoring the fact that the tall one is obviously either emotionally traumatized by something in his past or needs an Autism Spectrum test immediately.  That's not social awkwardness, he has a disorder.

It's not geek humor, it's making fun of geeks.  I heard someone call it "geek blackface," and although I think that comparison might be a bit hyperbolic, I get the sentiment behind it.  Geek humor was something like "Chuck," which was written by geeks for geeks.  The first episode centered around a Zork reference, for fark's sake.  And while they would make fun of the over-the-top elements of that subculture (midnight video game releases, obsessive fandom for things like Star Wars, anything involving Jeff and Lester), they always did it with loving reverence, not mean spirited jabs.
 
2013-11-17 07:56:27 AM
Oh and S&M has nothing at all to do with attire. If you think it does, you're the noob.

B&D? Meh, I suppose so, but not S&M
 
2013-11-17 07:59:43 AM

Shadowknight: Kyosuke: Exception Collection: /I hate Big Bang Theory with an unholy rage.
//I know how to get a hit, let's make fun of the Aspies, the nerds, and the geeks!
///I've seen two episodes because others were watching them. Never. Again.

Actually, in the long run it doesn't make fun of them.

But you're too cool to bother to find that out.

I was forced to watch that (and Two and a Half Men) when I was staying at my mother's for a visit last summer.  The entire show boiled down to "Look at how sullythese nerds are!  Look, they're playing D&D!  Look how awkward they are around women!  They're so socially  inept they think science is cool!  They'll never get a date, because they're so geeky!  HA HA HA!"  Meanwhile, everyone seems to be ignoring the fact that the tall one is obviously either emotionally traumatized by something in his past or needs an Autism Spectrum test immediately.  That's not social awkwardness, he has a disorder.

It's not geek humor, it's making fun of geeks.  I heard someone call it "geek blackface," and although I think that comparison might be a bit hyperbolic, I get the sentiment behind it.  Geek humor was something like "Chuck," which was written by geeks for geeks.  The first episode centered around a Zork reference, for fark's sake.  And while they would make fun of the over-the-top elements of that subculture (midnight video game releases, obsessive fandom for things like Star Wars, anything involving Jeff and Lester), they always did it with loving reverence, not mean spirited jabs.


You sound like a geek. I'll also point out that two of those geeks being made fun of are pulling better tail than you and I ever have. How mean spirited.

/get over yourself.
 
2013-11-17 08:04:58 AM

Shadowknight: Meanwhile, everyone seems to be ignoring the fact that the tall one is obviously either emotionally traumatized by something in his past or needs an Autism Spectrum test immediately. That's not social awkwardness, he has a disorder.


Except, you know, every character in the show that supports him and helps him get through life. Guess what: They know he has a disorder. They also know that he's a genius in his own way.

News Flash: Interesting storytelling involves caricatures.

I'm guessing this show hits a little too close to home for you. That's too bad.
 
2013-11-17 08:05:41 AM

Madbassist1: You sound like a geek. I'll also point out that two of those geeks being made fun of are pulling better tail than you and I ever have. How mean spirited.

/get over yourself.


I proudly fly my geek flag, yes.  And I don't need some vacuous blond with overly teased hair, my wife (who is geeky in her own right) does plenty enough for me.

People are free to watch that show all they want, I guess.  It's terrible TV that just makes fun of stupid stereotypes, but it's ultimately harmless outside of keeping dumb viewers happy with their dumb entertainment.  But it doesn't make it any less annoying when people tell me "You're into geek stuff.  You must love The Big Bang Theory, right!?"
 
2013-11-17 08:09:50 AM

Kyosuke: Except, you know, every character in the show that supports him and helps him get through life. Guess what: They know he has a disorder. They also know that he's a genius in his own way.

News Flash: Interesting storytelling involves caricatures.

I'm guessing this show hits a little too close to home for you. That's too bad.


The three episodes I was forced to watch had the audience laughing uproariously at him saying awkward things to women, laughing hysterically at him trying to act normal, and just losing it as he tried to apply for a job or something.  His roommates didn't help him, as one was trying to navigate online dating with a fake profile picture and crushing fear of the opposite sex, and the other trying and failing to understand what his blond stereotype girlfriend was mad at him about.  For all three episodes.

Forget the "Making Fun of Geeks" aspect of the show.  It's just a really shiatty show.
 
2013-11-17 08:17:08 AM

Shadowknight: Kyosuke: Except, you know, every character in the show that supports him and helps him get through life. Guess what: They know he has a disorder. They also know that he's a genius in his own way.

News Flash: Interesting storytelling involves caricatures.

I'm guessing this show hits a little too close to home for you. That's too bad.

The three episodes I was forced to watch had the audience laughing uproariously at him saying awkward things to women, laughing hysterically at him trying to act normal, and just losing it as he tried to apply for a job or something.  His roommates didn't help him, as one was trying to navigate online dating with a fake profile picture and crushing fear of the opposite sex, and the other trying and failing to understand what his blond stereotype girlfriend was mad at him about.  For all three episodes.

Forget the "Making Fun of Geeks" aspect of the show.  It's just a really shiatty show.


Correct.  The sitcom pretty much died years ago.  CBS is to comedy as Michael Bay is to movies.
 
2013-11-17 08:27:52 AM
Pretty girl.  Concept is fine, and I'm sure was determined by the magazine, artistic director, the actress and her people.  Suggestive, playful, but not slutty or raunchy.

My problem is with the photography.  Bad lighting, horrible contrast and clarity.  Looks like it was taken by an amateur.
 
2013-11-17 08:30:49 AM

Shadowknight: Madbassist1: You sound like a geek. I'll also point out that two of those geeks being made fun of are pulling better tail than you and I ever have. How mean spirited.

/get over yourself.

I proudly fly my geek flag, yes.  And I don't need some vacuous blond with overly teased hair, my wife (who is geeky in her own right) does plenty enough for me.

People are free to watch that show all they want, I guess.  It's terrible TV that just makes fun of stupid stereotypes, but it's ultimately harmless outside of keeping dumb viewers happy with their dumb entertainment.  But it doesn't make it any less annoying when people tell me "You're into geek stuff.  You must love The Big Bang Theory, right!?"


It isn't the greatest gift ever given to comedy, I'll give you that. The way you present your argument is less supporting of "It's a shaitty show" and more supporting of "I don't know how to let go and have fun."

Getting angry when "common folk" ask you a simple question is ironic, as it's one of the main "Stereotypes" the show mocks that you want to dismiss as fallacy.

//Lighten up Francis.
 
2013-11-17 08:34:55 AM

Earguy: Pretty girl.  Concept is fine, and I'm sure was determined by the magazine, artistic director, the actress and her people.  Suggestive, playful, but not slutty or raunchy.

My problem is with the photography.  Bad lighting, horrible contrast and clarity.  Looks like it was taken by an amateur.


The new fad seems to be to take high-key lighting, but light it from slightly on top or behind the subject with higher clarity.  I don't care for it either.  Paints the cheek bones too high.

/finally, a subject on this show that's slightly less contentious than this awful show
 
2013-11-17 08:56:03 AM

Shadowknight: Madbassist1: You sound like a geek. I'll also point out that two of those geeks being made fun of are pulling better tail than you and I ever have. How mean spirited.

/get over yourself.

I proudly fly my geek flag, yes.  And I don't need some vacuous blond with overly teased hair, my wife (who is geeky in her own right) does plenty enough for me.

People are free to watch that show all they want, I guess.  It's terrible TV that just makes fun of stupid stereotypes, but it's ultimately harmless outside of keeping dumb viewers happy with their dumb entertainment.  But it doesn't make it any less annoying when people tell me "You're into geek stuff.  You must love The Big Bang Theory, right!?"


No more annoying than reading about geeks biatching about this show on FARK.

Also, I doubt anybody ever actually said that to you, but it makes your narrative flow, so lie on, bad boy!
 
2013-11-17 08:57:19 AM
I'm a geek, my wife is a geek, I've known geeks my whole life, and a majority, including myself, find it funny. It the ones, like my sister, who take themselves a little too seriously, who don't see the humor in it. Learn to poke some fun at yourself every now and then, it's very enlightening.
 
2013-11-17 09:01:17 AM

OgreMagi: That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.


We're dealing with "50 Shades of Grey" readers here.
 
2013-11-17 09:16:37 AM

Madbassist1: No more annoying than reading about geeks biatching about this show on FARK.

Also, I doubt anybody ever actually said that to you, but it makes your narrative flow, so lie on, bad boy!


Actually, people have.  Family, mostly.  The ones that never left their little home towns and who's idea of geeky is "higher education."

Farkin Charlie: I'm a geek, my wife is a geek, I've known geeks my whole life, and a majority, including myself, find it funny. It the ones, like my sister, who take themselves a little too seriously, who don't see the humor in it. Learn to poke some fun at yourself every now and then, it's very enlightening.


I just find a difference between laughing at and laughing with.  I am very adept at self deprecating humor.  This show is created by people have a "Revenge of the Nerds" level of understanding of the subculture.  And, again, a major source of "humor" in the show is laughing at the social quirks of an autistic guy.

Tyrone Slothrop: OgreMagi: That's not S&M.  It's not even B&D. Amateurs.

We're dealing with "50 Shades of Grey" readers here.


The books, I'm sure, are quite terrible.  I haven't read them.  But the wife has, and a few of my fiends I've conferred with have wives that have too.  And for that, I have to give E.L. James a lot of thanks and gratitude.  It's like a literary freak switch for married women.

Also, next time you're drunk around the campfire, get a copy and take turns reading excerpts from it.  You will never laugh harder than watching a friend you've had since high school reading mommy porn.
 
2013-11-17 09:16:53 AM
I open up this thread.
I find two hot pictures of Melissa Rauch.
I find two dozen posts arguing about whether BBB is a "good" show.
I close the thread again, and go away - a bitter, disconsolate old man.
 
2013-11-17 09:27:05 AM
Because it's sexy to have the crap beaten out of you after you've been tied up.
Awesome, perverts.
 
2013-11-17 09:50:53 AM

Shadowknight: The three episodes I was forced to watch had the audience laughing uproariously at him saying awkward things to women, laughing hysterically at him trying to act normal, and just losing it as he tried to apply for a job or something.  His roommates didn't help him, as one was trying to navigate online dating with a fake profile picture and crushing fear of the opposite sex, and the other trying and failing to understand what his blond stereotype girlfriend was mad at him about.  For all three episodes.
Forget the "Making Fun of Geeks" aspect of the show.  It's just a really shiatty show.


It's a farking sitcom, Shadowknight. No1curr. Most of the audience probably doesn't even know what an "autism spectrum" disorder is. And we know that no Hollywood writers do, so why be offended by it? It's a terrible show and it doesn't have any significance to anyone, unless you have a crush on one of the actors. It's nothing but trained monkeys on typewriters, cranking out another tired joke about social ineptness so they can collect another paycheck. I bet the writers don't have any respect for BBT either. I mean, how could you?
 
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