Big Bang Theory Shoots It’s Final Episode – Stars Share Their Feelings

Big Bang Theory Finale

All hail the nerds in Pasadena, California. After 11 seasons, the CBS comedy has filmed it’s final episode. Stars from the comedy took to Twitter and Instagram to share photos and thoughts about the series ending.

For 11 years, viewers have watched the antics and squabbling between the group, consisting of Jim Parsons as Sheldon, Johnny Galecki as Leonard, Simon Helberg as Howard, Melissa Rauch as Bernadette, Kunal Nayyar as Raj, Mayim Bialik as Amy, Kaley Cuoco as Penny, Penny, Penny, and Kevin Sussman as Stuart.

Big Bang Theory Finale - Stuart Bloom

Stuart Bloom

As the series developed over time, we saw Sheldon mature, to a certain extent, and develop into an actual “feeling” human being, learning to be more tolerant, and develop a big-boy relationship with his true-love, Amy. Together, they became Shamy and eventually married. We hope that the series finale might give us a look into the future- I would love to see a baby in their future?

Scene-stealer Kevin Sussman shined in this series- and he deserves to be followed past the Big Bang Theory and possibly earn a spin-off of his own. We picture his character “falling” into marriage and finally making it as an illustrator- We would love to see him start his own comic book and develop as an owner, inept, yet loveable, trying to handle the day-to-day operations of a wildly successful company that he had no idea would ever happen.

We could also see a continuation of the Bernadette – Howard storyline, following the couple to Texas to keep moving forward with Howard’s career as an Astronaut. How awesome would it be to watch him cry in space again?

In the end, we have re-runs to watch, and tears to cry for the final show. Take a look at some of the sentiments on Twitter.

Thanks for the memories!

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