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"How do I get that lovely pin?" you may ask...

Posted by Bill Nye

07-11-2013 17:57 CST

Topics: fun, Planetary Society People, Planetary Society, Bill Nye

Since I was a kid, Bob Newhart has been just about the funniest human on the English-speaking parts of the Earth. And as you may know, The Big Bang Theory is the most popular show on television -- not just the most popular situation comedy, but the most popular show. Well, tonight, I'm on The Big Bang Theory with Bob Newhart.

Bill Nye and Bob Newhart in The Big Bang Theory Episode 7 Season 7:

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Bill Nye and Bob Newhart in The Big Bang Theory Episode 7 Season 7: "The Proton Displacement"

I hope you watch closely enough to notice the pin in my lapel. It's our pin, The Planetary Society logo pin. I no longer have that pin, because Leonard's close friend, er… I mean, a woman accompanying Johnny Galecki, who plays Leonard — thought it was just the coolest thing ever. So, I gave her that pin.  Frankly, I agree with her — it's the coolest logo pin ever. So, you're probably wondering how to get one.

Join The Planetary Society by November 15, and we'll send you a pin. Meanwhile, tune in tonight to The Big Bang Theory; watch for our logo pin, and turn it up LOUD…

Bill Nye in Front of Congress

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Isn't it a beautiful pin?

 (Already a member? Call us at +1-626-793-5100 or email tps@planetary.org to find out how you can get your hands on one.)

 
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