The ultimate nerd, Bill Gates to star on Big Bang Theory

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Bill Gates will have a guest appearance in The Big Bang Theory. Unsurprisingly, Deadline reports that Leonard, Sheldon, and the other guys will bend over backwards to try and meet Gates, which should lead to disaster and hilarity.

Gates previously appeared as himself in a guest role on Frasier in 2001.

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"Big Bang Theory" frequently employs celebrity guest stars.

. The nerd herd are fans of any, and all, powerful, smart, tech masterminds, so it seems only fitting that Gates would eventually make his way onto an episode of the hit CBS comedy.

Microsoft's founder Bill Gates will become an actor. Over the years, the show has hosted various famous figures from tech and science fields including astronaut Buzz Aldrin, scientists Stephen Hawking and Neil deGrasse Tyson, Telsa founder Elon Musk and Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak.

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It's also unclear if Gates will be seen in the upcoming episode of The Big Bang Theory, which returns to CBS on Thursday, March 1, at 8 pm EST.

Gates has been mentioned on the show before, having once punched Sheldon for criticizing Windows Vista, but he's never appeared in person. If streaming is more your style, our 2018 Netflix premiere schedule could give you all the dates you need.

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