James Earl Jones Comes to The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory fans, the day you have been waiting for has finally come! Darth Vader is coming to The Big Bang Theory.

James Earl Jones, who was the famous voice of Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy, will be making a guest appearance on the show for episode 14 of season 7. Fans of Star Wars and The Big Bang Theory will be embracing their inner geeks for this episode. It will be interesting seeing Sheldon’s reaction (being the most nerdiest character on the show) to seeing the famous James Earl Jones, and how they will react with each other and the rest of the cast. This episode will help the show reach new heights, and might even add more fans. The title of the episode is ” The Convention Conundrum“, and with a title like that who knows how geeky and funny the show will be!

The Big Bang Theory has been bringing in the most popular and geek loving appearances for the fans of the show. The guest appearances have been on this season are Leonard Nimoy, Stephen Hawking, Bill Nye, and now James Earl Jones

For those of you that don’t know, Leonard Nimoy is the actor who played the half Vulcan Spock in the original Star Trek series.

Now, James Earl Jones was never actually seen in the original Star Wars trilogy, but he was the famous voice that everybody fears and loves at the same time. At first Jones was not the first choice to be Darth Vader. Orsen Wells was the first choice, but later realized he was not the right man to become Darth Vader. And that’s when Jones received the offer.

George Lucas definitely had a vision for Darth Vader, and because of that vision Darth Vader is one of the most iconic movie villains to ever be created, and because of Jones’ fantastic voice talent, the dark side of the force was stronger than ever. Jones’ voice has made the famous Star Wars quote “Luke, I am your father” very popular, and fans today still love using that quote and tone to their own comedic use.

Fans should definitely be excited for this epic episode of The Big Bang Theory, which airs on Thursday night at 8 pm on CBS.