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JIM PARSON SENDS LOVE TO “BIG BANG THEORY” CAST AND CREW
UNDATED (AP) — Jim Parsons has not commented on reports that “The Big Bang Theory” is ending because he wants out. He is, however, sending out love to everyone involved in the show. Parsons posted an Instagram photo of the main cast with a heart drawn around it. He expresses his gratitude to the crew, past and present writers and every actor who ever appeared on the show, who he calls his “playmates.” Parsons says he’s grateful that they still have a full season to shoot so that it can sink in that the show is ending. CBS says the upcoming season of “The Big Bang Theory” will be the last.
MILLIE BOBBY BROWN GIVES PREVIEW OF “STRANGER THINGS”
NEW YORK (AP) — Millie Bobby Brown says the next season of “Stranger Things” will be “everything the fans want.” She says there will be “a crazy moment for each character.” The next season will not return until next summer. Brown jokes she might retire soon because she’s “getting on,” since she’s 14 now.
“TEEN MOM 2” CAST MEMBER PLEADS GUILTY TO RUNNING METH LAB
MCKEES ROCKS, Pa. (AP) — A man who once appeared in the MTV reality show “Teen Mom 2” has pleaded guilty to running a meth lab in Pennsylvania. The Allegheny County District Attorney’s office says 28-year-old Kieffer Delp appeared before a judge Wednesday and in a deal with prosecutors pleaded guilty to operating a meth lab, possession with the intent to deliver and risking a catastrophe. In exchange, prosecutors agreed to a sentence of 18 to 36 months in state prison. Delp was arrested in a McKees Rocks apartment following complaints about a drug lab. Authorities say they found chemicals, containers and other items used to make the drug in the apartment about 5 miles (8 kilometers) northwest of Pittsburgh. Delp was the boyfriend of one woman followed on the show.