The Big Bang Theory aired its 200th episode on Thursday night, and now fans are wondering if the end of the series is in sight.
“Yeah, I think about the end. I think that I can’t work under the umbrella of “Things are winding up around here,” because I think it’ll be a while before I understand when the actual end of this glorious tunnel is. But as far as looking at life realistically and my own age and places in life and things like that, yeah, my mind flips there sometimes.
I think I would be afraid to go down that road if I felt anxious about it – like, “Oh God, let’s just wrap this up. I’m ready to – I don’t even know what – move on or whatever.” But I don’t feel that way about it. And yet there is another half of me that I’m just young enough to feel really excited about whatever happens after.
All that being said, I am painfully aware that if things keep going the way they’re going – and by that I mean as a cast we have a good time together, which I think we’ll manage, but more importantly the stories are still so enjoyable to be a part of and the writers are still so enthusiastic about character and plot points – if that just continues on through the end, I predict I will feel really good about wherever we wrap it up, as in, “We left it all out there, we did what we were supposed to do,” and whatever.”
The ratings of The Big Bang Theory are still strong. This season, the series has averaged more than 15 million viewers an episode. With those ratings, this series could continue for several more seasons.
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