As “The Big Bang Theory” wrapped production on its 12-year run, stars of the sitcom went for relatively small mementos to remember their time on set. (May 23)
“Big Bang Theory” may be over, but fans will soon be able to recreate their favorite moments from the show in person.
Beginning Friday, visitors to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Hollywood can set foot in three of the most iconic sets from the long-running sitcom: apartment 4A, where fans can “recreate Sheldon’s signature knock,” the infamous broken elevator, and the CalTech Physics Department cafeteria, which also features original costumes from the cast.
“Go behind the scenes and explore the intricate level of detail the show’s creators put into the design of these iconic sets from the show that made you laugh, cry, rethink scientific discoveries and want to order Siam Palace take-out,” reads the official exhibit description.
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Fans can check out every nerdy detail in the apartment originally inhabited by Sheldon and Leonard. They can also channel their inner Jim Parsons and take a photo in the exact spot where Sheldon sat on the couch.
The broken elevator
The series finale may have finally given fans the working elevator they’d been waiting 12 seasons for, but for the tour set it is back to its regular caution-taped state of disrepair.
Sit around the table with friends and check out original costumes worn by Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Parsons (Sheldon), Kaley Cuoco (Penny), Simon Helberg (Howard), Kunal Nayyar (Raj), Melissa Rauch (Bernadette) and Mayim Bialik (Amy).
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