Unraveling the Mystery: A Big Bang Farewell

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The Big Bang Theory (2007–19) is an American television sitcom, aired on CBS, centering on the lives of two physicists, their neighbor, an aspiring actress and waitress at The Cheesecake Factory and two friends/coworkers at their university.

Unraveling the Mystery: A Big Bang Farewell[edit]

Himself - Host: I remember when word came down that she had passed, we gathered around here, everybody, and just told stories about Carol Ann...
Herself - Host: I mean, she... yeah.
Himself - Host: And cried a bit and laughed a lot. And then, uh, executive producer Steve Molaro and I went to Props and asked them to print up this photo of her. So she's been in every... every episode.
Herself - Host: Every episode. Everyone loved her so much.

Herself - Host: Every show night, Johnny and I have walked to this rail, climbed ourselves up, and thanked our studio audience for their love and support of this show.
Himself - Host: But tonight, we want to thank you, the audience at home, without whom none of this would be possible. You kept us here for over a decade in a job we absolutely adore.
Herself - Host: So we want to take you behind the scenes of our very special show, "The Big Bang", share some secrets, some special moments, and we say goodbye... [choking up] ...to a place that's been our home for a long time.

Himself - Host: This is Stage 25 on the Warner Bros. lot in exotic Burbank, California. Earlier this year, it was officially renamed The Big Bang Theory Stage. I think it's only the fifth stage in the history of Warner Brothers that's been named after a show, right?
Herself - Host: That was a really special day.
Himself - Host: That was a good day.

Herself - Host: Our week starts on Wednesdays. That's our... table reads.
Himself - Host: We gather around a big table and read it aloud for the first time.
Herself - Host: And do you read yours right when you get it Tuesday nights?
Himself - Host: Immediately, yeah, out of respect for the writers. We're aware of the weeks, if not months, of hard work they put in the script, and we're gonna show up and read it cold?
Herself - Host: I read it cold every week.
Himself - Host: [laughing] That's not true.
Herself - Host: That's a 100 percent true.

[The series' last lines]
Narrator: Our whole universe was in a hot, dense state, then nearly fourteen-billion years ago expansion started, wait. The Earth began to cool, the autotrophs began to drool, Neanderthals developed tools, we built a wall (we built the pyramids), math, science, history, unraveling the mystery, that all started with the big bang. [fade to black]