Hey, "Big Bang Theory" fans. Yep, it's true guys. We've got yet another break for your favorite show, just as it finally returned from a previous extended break, last week. That means the new episode 12 of season 10 will not be aired, tonight. This time, the break is set to last until Thursday night, January 5th, 2017, so be sure to get that important piece of information, written down on something.

A couple of repeats are set

In the meantime, CBS has decided to go ahead and re-air the 21st episode of the show's last season 9, labeled: "Viewing Party Combustion." It's where Leonard and Sheldon, ended up getting into a huge argument that led to a major battle royal, which forced everyone to have to pick sides, and more.

If you guys want to watch that one ,again, go ahead and continue with your normal CBS schedule. However, if you don't, you'll definitely want to make sure you have something else on your itinerary tonight.

Next week, they will offer up more rerun madness with the episode titled: "The Fermentation Bifurcation." It's another one that they're borrowing from last season as it was the 22nd installment of season 9. It's the one where Penny's ex-boyfriend made an appearance, and more. Keep that in mind for next week.

They decided to go with "The Holiday Summation"

Alright, so now we can go over some better news. CBS did give us the official spoiler dish for episode 12. We'll start with the title. The producers did another brilliant creative job with it, naming it: "The Holiday Summation." It also fits pretty well with this storyline as it does involve some vacation story drama.

Awful trip details revealed

According to the official description, we're going to learn that Amy and Sheldon ,apparently experienced a very awful time when they visited Texas.

We also learn that they are going to pay Penny and Leonard a visit at some point, and this will be when they reveal what a terrifying time they had in the Lone Star state as they describe that they will share the details about their terrible trip to Texas. Beyond that, they don't elaborate at all. In fact, it turns out that's the only scoop we ave for this one, so CBS is keeping everything else pretty air tight.

Sheldon's mother shows back up

I'm sure this installment will offer up more scenes, so you'll want to keep an eye out on the show's official Youtube channel, because they'll probably release some new spoiler clips for it in the week, leading up to the show's return. One other thing, we'll be seeing the return of Sheldon's mother, Mary, in this one, played by guest star Laurie Metcalf.

We also have some production credits. They reveal that: Steve Molaro, Eric Kaplan and Tara Hernandez were responsible for this episode's storyline. The teleplay was done by the team of: Steve Holland, Maria Ferrari and Jeremy Howe.

And last, but most certainly not least, Mark Cendrowski, showed up to direct this thing. Stay tuned.

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