How Big Bang wants their world to end

Sunday Tasmanian - - News / World -

AF­TER 12 years and 279 episodes, The Big Bang The­ory is com­ing to an end.

The fi­nal episode of the hugely pop­u­lar com­edy star­ring Ka­ley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki and Jim Par­sons is ex­pected to air in May 2019, and fans are won­der­ing how they will wrap up the story.

Ul­ti­mately it’s up to the writ­ers and pro­duc­ers, but the cast have their 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, added that the script for the fi­nal episode will need to in­clude some emo­tional scenes to ex­plain why the ac­tors are cry­ing.

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

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