The Big Bang Theory Season 10 will guest star someone who America really needs right about now. It’s none other than Christopher Lloyd, better known as Doc Brown from the Back to the Future Trilogy.
Set to appear in the episode airing on December 1, fans are wondering if he would be reprising his role as the Doc. Sheldon would surely get his boxers in a twist. It could also be possible that the show might make a reference to the presidential election results, and possibly travel back in time to where it all went wrong. We never know.
Christopher Lloyd joins the roster of guests from geeky films and TV shows to have made it to the set of The Big Bang Theory. Stars who have made an appearance before includes Katee Sackhoff of Battlestar Galactica, Will Wheaton of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and even Adam West, the original Batman.
?We?re so excited to be working with Christopher Lloyd, and think we?ve created a fun part that fans will really enjoy,? said show?s executive producers in a statement to Variety.
Big Bang Theory spinoff
Meanwhile, news of a Big Bang Theory spinoff is getting fans excited. The show is currently being developed and it will center on a young Sheldon Cooper struggling with his genius in a small town in Texas. The neurotic genius? family has often been referenced in the flagship series. Laurie Metcalf, who plays Mary Cooper has earned an Emmy nomination for her recurring guest role as Sheldon?s mom.
According to sources, the new project is nearing a script deal. Jim Parsons is slated to executive produce the new series, along with Chuck Lorre, Steve Molaro and possibly Bull Prady. Writing the script is The Big Bang Theory?s showrunner, Molaro.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10 airs tonight on CBS.