'The Big Bang Theory': Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak guests in Season 4, others to return

big-bang-theory-steve-wozniak.jpg" The Big Bang Theory" loves to whip their fans into a frenzy with some geek guest stars. Wil Wheaton, who moderated Friday's (July 23) panel at San Diego Comic-Con, is just one example.

Executive Producers, Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, told reporters that the king of all nerd-dom, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, will be guest starring next season. When pressed for more information on how he'll enter the universe of "The Big Bang Theory," they refused to divulge any more details.

A hero to science geeks everywhere, Wozniak co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne.

This won't be Wozniak's first TV appearance. For his last TV appearance, he got off his trademark Segway long enough to compete on "Dancing with the Stars." He also dated Kathy Griffin for a short time and appeared on her Bravo show, "My Life on the D-List," among other TV appearances.

A spokesperson for "The Big Bang Theory" also confirmed that Laurie Metcalf and Christine Baranski will return as Sheldon ( Jim Parsons) and Leonard's ( Johnny Galecki) mothers, respectively. Of course, they said they'd have to work around Baranski's schedule on CBS' "The Good Wife." "Blossom," herself, Mayim Bialik will also return in Season 4 as a love interest for Sheldon.

How do you think "The Woz" will make his appearance?

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