When The Big Bang Theory first premiered in 2007, no one could have predicted it would become the massive pop culture phenomenon that it is today. Below, check out 10 things you probably didn’t know about the long-running series. The show has an official science advisor to consult on scripts As fans know, The Big Bang Theory includes plenty of science jargon. Just like her character Amy Farrah Fowler, Bialik has an impressive scientific background. The actress earned a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA. Her dissertation was an investigation of hypothalamic activity in patients with Prader–Willi syndrome.
“We never paid attention to it. We were always confident that it was going to work itself out,” says executive producer Steve Molaro. We chose to live in a world where it was happening and just keep pushing forward.”
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Writer Stephen Engel was the one to come up with Sheldon’s signature catchphrase. As the show’s creative team previously revealed, Engel would set up playful pranks around the writer’s room, saying “Bazinga!” every time a joke was pulled off. Producers eventually decided to incorporate the phrase into the sitcom.
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The actors who play Penny and Leonard were once a real-life couple. The two had a two year relationship during the course of the comedy, as Cuoco told CBS back in 2010. “It was such a huge part of my life and no one knew about it,” she said, then explaining that the two kept it secret for the sake of the show. “It was a wonderful relationship, but we never spoke a word about it and never went anywhere together.”
A Scene from The Big Bang Season 10 episode 1.
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Obviously anything that attempts to explain this should be called The Big Bang Theory Theory
— Scott Murray (@strangewander) September 18, 2017
Wrote an english essay as a tribute to the big bang theory show and especially sheldon. Was fun…I hope the teacher gets the joke.
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cbs saying "from the minds that brought u big band theory" like Big Bang theory was some incredible achievement in comedy television
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Every one enjoying at big bang theory.Amy plays the harp and Sheldon plays the theremin in several episodes of the comedy. But if you thought actors Bialik and Jim Parsons were just faking it, think again. The two actually learned how to play each of the respective instruments so they could be prepared when scenes call for them to play