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The Big Bang Theory – The future Wolowitz in-Law
Whether or not Howard and Bernadette tie the knot sooner rather than later, one thing is for certain: at some point Howard is going to have to meet his in-laws. It’s a wonder he hasn’t done so already given how much fun The Big Bang Theory has had with its characters’ parents over the years. When the date of their wedding is tossed up in the air thanks to Howard’s delayed NASA mission, it becomes clear now would be a good time to introduce him to Mr. Rostenkowski. That must have been what the writers were thinking because they went and cast someone to play the future in-law, who will no doubt cause plenty of stress in the time leading up to the wedding.
According to TVLine, Casey Sander was cast as Bernadette’s blue-collar ex-cop father. Of course he’s an ex-cop. You can’t have a good in-law story without the father being as intimidating as possible, and what is more intimidating than a retired cop? I can already tell a lot of the humor that will be found in his appearance, which will in the May 3rd episode, “The Launch Acceleration,” will involve Howard cowering from Mr. Rostenkowski. Messing with your daughter’s wedding date is never a good idea and I’m sure Howard will be put in the terrible position of having to choose between NASA and Bernadette. I think the most obvious solution to this problem is to have the wedding in space. That way everyone is happy.
The wedding of Howard and Bernadette has been, for sometime, something I would have to see believe. The two have hit so many bumps along the way to this important day that I would not be surprised if they wound up calling the whole thing off. I don’t wish them any ill will, but it’s a classic sitcom staple to have couples call off weddings. That happens at least once in every sitcoms’ lifetime.