The long-running TV comedy show Big Bang Theory (BBT) ended today after 12 seasons (279 episodes). BBT was my favorite TV show of all time. I congratulate everyone involved in producing the show. The writing was superb. Actors were very talented. The biggest credit goes to Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady as the co-creators and to the show runners Steven Molaro who took over from Lorre and Prady in Season 6 and Steve Holland who has steered the show for the past two seasons. Mark Cendrowski directed 244 of the show’s 279 episodes.
The actors are well known and celebrated. The writers Dave Goetsch, Eric Kaplan, Maria Ferrari, Andy Gordon, Anthony Del Broccolo, Tara Hernandez, Jeremy Howe and Adam Faberman deserve a huge credit as well.
I want to express my deepest appreciation and thanks to everyone involved with the show.
The lovable characters of the Big Bang Theory hopefully encouraged young students to pursue STEM careers.
At the end of each episode a note card was flashed on the screen. I could not read those cards. They disappeared in a second. I was wondering if those notes by Chuck Lorre were available on the web. I discovered them at this address:
After reading many of his vanity cards, I can say that Chuck Lorre is an interesting man. Well…I knew that for he is the creator of so many interesting and successful TV shows (Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, Mom, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly, Dharma & Greg, Cybill, Grace Under Fire)
The vanity card #399 is particularly interesting. It reflects my current state of mind.
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #399
I got nothin’.
1st Aired: 15 November 2012