Cast of The Big Bang Theory reveal what they want for the last episode

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“That’s one of my wishes for the final episode."

As much as we hate to think it, The Big Bang Theory is coming to an end.

Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik will say goodbye to their characters after 12 seasons later this year.

The final episode of the comedy is expected to air in May 2019 and we're all wondering what it will involve. 

Well, the cast have their own ideas. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly Cuoco, Galecki and Parsons agreed there’s a scene they’d love to see the curtains close on:

“The elevator, definitely,” Parsons, who plays Sheldon, said.

“That’s one of my wishes for the final episode. The elevator gets fixed, at least for a minute, and then we all get stuck in it.”

Cuoco agreed, saying "It would be a great show ending for me!"

Galecki who plays Leonard admitted there will be a few tears during the final taping:

“None of us are going to be able to keep from crying during the last taping.

"We’ve got to justify it in the writing somehow."

Parsons admitted to Entertainment Weekly magazine that it was the right time to go:

"It's both as complex and as simple as just feeling innately that it was time," Jim mused. "It speaks to a lot of things, none of them bad. There is no negative reason to stop doing Big Bang. It felt like we have been able to do this for so many years now, it doesn't feel like there is anything left on the table. Not that we couldn't keep doing it, but it feels like we've chewed all the meat off this bone."

The core cast make nearly $1 million per episode and since its 2007 debut, the series has received 52 Emmy nominations — and won 10.


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