Mim Bialik, Left, Parsons, Kelly Keuko, and Johnny Galetsky, here in the scene from the "Big Bang Theory" episode, told a few fun stories about CBS comedy, which ends the season in May 12th. (Photo: Michael Jarish, The Warner Brothers)

Borbank, California – Not all laughter at CBS "Big bang bang" occurs on the screen.

In a recent visit, the seven stars of the leading television comedy – Johnny Galetsky, Parsons, Kelly Keuko, Conal Nyer, Simon Helberg, threatening Bialik and Melissa Rauch – told anecdotes about CBC's sitcom , Only a few weeks May 16 Series Finale.

Chapter 5, "The Inspiration of Inspiration" (8 EDT / PDT), continues the Nobel Prize for the Nobel chapters, while Amy (Bialik) is struggling with what her victory will bring to women, while a new scooter inspires the " Howard (Helberg) to re-experience their past.

Some of the actors' stories:

Kiss, kiss, cough, cough

The first kiss at the tender between Sheldon (Parsons) and Amy took place on a Valentine's Day train ride (Sheldon and trains equal to true love) in the seventh season of the "Engine Manipulation" four long seasons after he met.

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It was a long, often slow process, but the relationship between Sheldon (James Parsons) and Amy (Bialik Mayim) has made great progress over the years. (Photo: Michael Jarish, The Warner Brothers)

Bialik, just like millions of fans, remembers the longest and most desirable embrace as "really sweet." But there was a much less romantic side when they took the picture.

"You had the flu," recalls Parsons.

"Ahhh," Parsons recalled. "You kept going with Listerine or whatever to kill my bacteria."

"Peroxide," she says, correcting him. "You were sweating, you had a fever, you were very ill."

The priest thinks about it. "I would not kiss you."

"Oh, great, thank you," says Bialik, when the sexual moment of Sheldon-Amy arrives.

Melissa is more civil than Brandt

The tiny Bernadette Rustenkowski can be a furious force of nature when she gets annoyed, but Rauch, who plays her, requires a little spur.

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(Kunal Nayyar), on the left, listens as his friends, Howard's partners (Simon Helberg) and Brandt (Melissa Roach), discuss the episode of CBS The Big Bang theory. (Photo: Sonia Fleming, CBS)

Cuoco and Galecki, who play a married couple across Penny and Leonard, remember recall forced to push Ravitz to be more aggressive during Season 7 of the "Turbulent Whirlpool", which saw the seven friends in a tough disappointment competition hunt arranged by Raj.

"At the very end, when we all run back to the apartment to see Sheldon's place, Melissa is supposed to push me out of the way, and I was like," Push! Koko says, and she just pushed me on a staircase and ran into the bar in the living room, and we both try not to laugh, a camera and I'm really crying, I'm laughing so hard, and she's crying too, we laughed so hard. "

Glitsky "had the same problem with Melissa in this episode, she had to hit me, it looked so lame and frail, and I kept saying 'hit me.'"

"She could not do that," Koko says. "It was very cute."

The actors eat well in these meal scenes

"I love all the scenes in which we eat," says Quoko, who not only comments on the brotherhood of the actors. "The food is wonderful, our friend is so good."

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Kaley Cuoco, to the left, listens to her husband, Leonard (Johnny Galetsky), in the next episode of "The Big Bang Theory." (Photo: Michael Yarish, CBS)

These "boyfriends" are propmaster Scott London and his team, who monitor all the food and containers on the set, because they are considered to be the accessories show.

London "wanted to be a chef, at first," says Galecki. "So he cooks everything."

"Chinese food, sandwiches, pizza, pasta," says Kwoko. "I ate everything on this program."

There is not too little detail

Rauch praises the continued dedication of writers and staff, pointing to accuracy with tiny elements that many viewers will never see.

In the final episode where members are participating in a planetarium presentation by Raj Nayyar, "We all hold little brochures," she says. "If you look closely, it's a beautiful and detailed program that they printed in Raj's face, about his biography and the history of the planets, and this is something that the audience will not even see, they will only see us holding. This is something that talks about the level of dedication of everyone who works Here ".

The pillow talk kept Sheldon interesting with Parsons

If the progress of his relationship with Amy opened Sheldon's eyes, he also expanded game opportunities for Parsons, who won four Emmys for the role.

"One of the things I did not know I lacked as an actor in this exhibition in the years that are going to be a more intimate couple … are scenes of the bedroom, whether in bed or in bed, it has an intimacy that allows us to conduct conversations in a tone of voice that no other group allows Go, "he says. "You find yourself expressing aspects of your character that you did not know were there because they are quieter and more sophisticated.

"When they let (Sheldon) try new things, it opened paths for me and that relationship (with Amy) was a big part of keeping an interesting 12-year-old character."

Memories of a carpool funeral

The actors and the crew miss Caroll Ann Susie, who played Howard never heard but always heard Mother, Mrs. Wolowitz. The actress died in 2014, and the authors combined the death of the irreplaceable character of the episode.

Rauch, who plays her daughter-in-law, spent more time with the actress.

"She was one of the few people I knew in Los Angeles that she did not go, she took the bus here, we did not live so far from each other, so I drove her (when) we worked together sometimes and we had some really good conversations In the car, "says Ravitz. "She was just cheerful, people did not know things about her, I think she won the competition for canned food at the two jams and wetters at the fair, she was so amazing."