Warner Bros. has released a supercut of all The Big Bang Theory weddings. The video release lands on the one-year anniversary of when the cast taped their final episode. In addition, star Kunal Nayyar posted a picture on social media to celebrate this anniversary. Fans have missed seeing the characters that they watched over the span of 12 seasons and 279 episodes, though they can always go back and re-watch everything now that we all have a lot of time on our hands.
Through 95 seconds, The Big Bang Theory fans can watch as Leonard and Penny get married twice, along with Howard and Bernadette, and Sheldon and Amy. Obviously, the clips are filled with laughs and will have people wanting to go back and watch the full episodes. As of this writing, there currently is no way to stream the hit show, but Warner Bros. released the complete series on Blu-ray earlier this year. All seasons are also available to own at all major digital retailers; including iTunes, Amazon Prime, VUDU, and GooglePlay. DVD and Blu-ray (which include incredible extra features) can be purchased from all major retailers - including Walmart, Amazon, Target, and Best Buy. With that being said, patient fans can just wait until the end of this month, when HBO Max launches, along with every episode.
The Complete Series of this blockbuster comedy follows the hilarious trajectory of best friends Leonard Hofstadter and Sheldon Cooper: geniuses in the lab and challenged in the real world. Yet both somehow manage to entangle themselves in wedded bliss: Leonard with his street-smart neighbor, Penny, and Sheldon, after a long courtship, with Amy, a successful neurobiologist. Across 12 universally beloved seasons, they and their friends-fellow scientist Howard, his adorable microbiologist wife, Bernadette, and astrophysicist bachelor Raj-attempt to solve quotidian conundrums posed by academia, family crises and video games while solving world-changing problems in physics. Proving, ultimately, that what matters most in the universe is fun, friendship and a well-founded theory. Oh, and a Nobel Prize would be nice.
Raj Koothrappali actor Kunal Nayyar took some time out of his birthday to revisit the final day of taping The Big Bang Theory. It's pretty easy for the actor to remember the exact date since it took place on his birthday last year. While he celebrated the show, he also had one birthday wish for friends, fans, and family to accomplish. You can read what he had to say below.
"This picture was taken exactly one year ago. Our last taping of tbbt, also happened to be my birthday. As I reflect on this year, it has been one of change. But not all change is bad, for the greatest experience to come out of all the uncertainty and the turmoil has been - the realization that nothing is promised; and that has given me a sense of deep profound inner peace. Because at the end of the day, all is precious, all is precious, all is precious."
"This birthday my only wish is for one moment today, tell someone you haven't spoken to in a long time, that you love them. And if they look confused, just say 'It's Kunal's birthday, this is his present...' For even if one of you did this, it would be a great birthday for me, indeed:) I love you."
The Big Bang Theory was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series from 2011 to 2014. Jim Parsons won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy four times. In total, the hit show won seven Emmy Awards from 46 nominations. Parsons also won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Comedy Series in 2011. The Big Bang Theory was a huge show and still has a huge presence in pop culture today.
The Big Bang Theory was created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, both of whom served as executive producers on the series, along with Steven Molaro. Additionally, all three of them also served as head writers for the long-running series. The show starred Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Mayim Bialik, Kunal Nayyar, Simon Helberg, and Melissa Rauch. While we wait for the show to hit HBO Max, you can watch the wedding supercut above, thanks to the Warner Bros. Entertainment YouTube channel.