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Kate Hudson on Preteen Son Ryder’s Changing Hormones: ‘It Makes for So Much Comedy!’

05/31/2016 at 05:15 PM ET

Chelsea Handler‘s brand-new Netflix talk show Chelsea only premiered a few weeks ago, but the hostess has already had some pretty high-profile mom guests. Among them? Drew Barrymore, Gwyneth Paltrow — and now, Kate HudsonMayim Bialik and Malin Akerman.

In a clip from the newest episode of her show, premiering Wednesday, Handler sits down with the actresses over dinner to hear about what it’s like to be a mom to tween boys.

“I’m loving the preteen [experience],” says 37-year-old Hudson, whose son with ex-husband Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes is 12-year-old Ryder Russell.

She adds with a laugh, “His hormonal moods are so fun for me, because it makes for so much comedy!”

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Mayim Bialik Isn’t Taking Her Sons on ‘Auditions and Neither Is Their Dad’ If They Decide to Act

03/17/2016 at 11:45 AM ET

If Mayim Bialik‘s little ones decide to follow in her acting footsteps, they might have a tough time getting to auditions.

“My older son and my younger son, actually, they’ve both done some Shakespeare in our home school community and they really like that,” Bialik told PEOPLE at the 33rd annual PaleyFest Los Angeles Big Bang Theory panel in Hollywood on Wednesday.

“My older son seems really interested in the acting world, but my younger son wants to be a policeman, which is also funny,” the actress, mom to Miles, 10, and Frederick, 7, with ex-husband Michael Stone, adds with a laugh.

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Mayim Bialik: My Sons Can Watch Blossom – When They’re 14

11/17/2015 at 06:47 PM ET

With Fuller House on the way in 2016 and a Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reboot in the works, it begs the question if there would ever be a future for TV’s favorite ’90s teenager, Blossom, which is now airing its reruns on The Hub.

“We’ve all aged pretty well and I think are still around the industry,” Mayim Bialik, the show’s eponymous star, told PEOPLE before she presented an award to actress Jennie Garth at the 2nd Annual Save a Child’s Heart West Coast Celebration.

She jokes with a laugh, “I think it is more of a legal, contractual, would Chuck Lorre still want me to be Blossom?”

Bialik’s two sons, Miles, 10, and Frederick, 7, have yet to see the show that made their mom a star, and according to her they will still have to wait a few years. “A lot of the topics that we dealt with I think are more appropriate for 14 and above, which is how old I was, so that feels right,” she explains.

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Mayim Bialik: My Kids Think Every Mom Has a Doll

02/26/2014 at 11:00 AM ET

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When Mayim Bialik‘s sons Miles, 8, and Frederick, 5½, grow up, they’re going to be in for a big surprise.

During a Tuesday interview with Howard Stern, The Big Bang Theory star revealed that, in her kids’ eyes, her career is just being a mom.

“They don’t really know who momma is,” the former Blossom star tells Stern.

“My older son knows that people come up to me and say, ‘Big bang, big bang,’ and want to take pictures. But to them, they know me as the person who cleans the toilets and makes their breakfast.”

When it comes to her famous childhood role, “They’ve seen a Blossom doll, like the Barbie doll,” says the actress, 38. “My oldest son used to call it ‘the momma doll.’ He thought every momma had a Barbie doll.”

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Mayim Bialik Tackles Her Boys’ Tough Questions

07/09/2013 at 11:00 AM ET

She plays a neuroscientist on TV, but The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik also happens to be one in real life, something that proved helpful when her sons, 4½-year-old Fred and 7½-year-old Miles, began asking about the birds and the bees.

“They’re very interested in where babies come from. That happened. We had a very explicit conversation about that,” she jokes to PEOPLE. “Fred is almost 5 and he was very late to talk, so he’s asking a lot of interesting, cognitive questions that he’s clearly been waiting years to ask.”

Bialik continues, “Many of them are biological, like, ‘Why do we have body hair? What’s that for? When will I get it?’ Fun things that scientist moms love to have their kids ask.”

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