We all know and love Mayim Bialik from the days of Blossom, but as mature, responsible adults, we also need to accept the fact that she is no longer the awesome hat-wearing young lady she once was. And now, she’s even better! As Amy Farrah Fowler on The Big Bang Theory, Mayim is in the spotlight once again, only this time, she’s also a working mother, an actual scientist, and a writer. The following are some of our favorite posts that take us behind the scenes of The Big Bang Theory, and the life of a working mother.
In which Mayim reveals how she manages to be a full-time mom, neuroscience teacher, homeschooler, and actress on the #1 rated comedy on television. Hint: with a breast pump, and a sign that says, “Knock first PLEASE!”
In which Mayim warns you that if you choose to pursue your child’s dream of becoming a professional actor, there will be a lot of driving, schlepping, intimidation, and disappointment involved.
In which Mayim uses the downtime while on set to study Torah, the laws of Shabbat cooking, women and feminism in Judaism, and more, thus causing everyone to think twice about playing Solitaire on your lunch break.
In which Mayim is required to work on the first two days of Sukkot, but still manages to make it work for her by doing things like dressing fancy, hiring a car service, and abstaining from technology.
In which Mayim breaks down one of the series’ most highly rated episodes, how she learned to play “Everybody Hurts” on the harp, and explains why she doesn’t like watching herself on TV.