"Am I happy? Of course not": Mayim Bialik writes her thoughts on 'The Big Bang Theory' ending after Season 12

Bialik - who plays the role of Amy Farrah Fowler on the show - took to brutal honesty about just how bummed she is, yet at the same time, she shared she must cope.


                            "Am I happy? Of course not": Mayim Bialik writes her thoughts on 'The Big Bang Theory' ending after Season 12

It's been a full day since the sad news of 'The Big Bang Theory' finally ending after 12 successful seasons, hit the fans. While some have been mourning, others have been taking the high road and just relishing the journey that has been the joyous sarcasm and tactics of Sheldon Cooper and his fellow nerds, and the one saucy minx in their group. And some others - like cast member Mayim Bialik - have been brutally honest about their emotions and established just how bummed they are, yet at the same time, they shall cope with it and move on.

Almost as if speaking for the majority of 'The Big Bang Theory' fans, the face of Amy Farrah Fowler, gave voice to the countless bittersweet emotions and put it as simply as it could be. "Am I happy? Of course not," Bialik wrote in what seems like an open letter published by Grok Nation.

 


 
 
 
 
 
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She started describing her emotion with an impeccable metaphor. "You know when you park at a meter, but you’re pulled up too far because the jerk behind you parked beyond their spot, and then you get a $58 parking ticket? That happened."

Among 'an intense double therapy session' and her 'younger son trying soccer for the first time,' Bialik - like several other patrons of the show also found out that her comedy series will be rounding up the series with its upcoming 12th season. 

"This has been my job since Melissa Rauch, and I joined the cast as regulars in season 4," Bialik shared. "I love my job. I love my castmates, and I feel such appreciation for our incredible crew, our brave writers, our entire staff, and our amazing fans. So many people are a part of our Big Bang family."

 


 
 
 
 
 
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Speaking about her character (Amy) and how hard it will be to depart from playing the role on screen, she wrote: "She’s a riot. She’s me, and I am her. And soon she will not be mine to create." And as sad as that sounds, Bialik is keen doing her best to create one bang-on season for the last time ever, to give fans the closure they deserve.

She wrote that being a mother is her most important job, "But my paying job—the one you know me for—is ending and yes: It’s very sad. I fear it’s going to be very hard to not cry every day for the next 23 episodes! But, as a cast, we love bringing joy to our viewers, and we will continue to do that to the best of our collective ability."

The Big Bang Theory cast members, Kunal Nayyar, Kaley Cuoco, Melissa Rauch, Simon Helberg, Mayim Bialik, and Johnny Galecki attend the People's Choice Awards 2017 at Microsoft Theater on January 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for People's Choice Awards)
The Big Bang Theory cast members, Kunal Nayyar, Kaley Cuoco, Melissa Rauch, Simon Helberg, Mayim Bialik, and Johnny Galecki attend the People's Choice Awards 2017 at Microsoft Theater on January 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for People's Choice Awards)

 

And why is she so passionate about delivering this last season hardcore? As she points out: "Being an actor is profoundly humbling, incredibly gratifying, and terribly complex. Being an employed actor on what is the #1 comedy in America is unbelievable. And the fact that so many people consider us a part of their lives and families is powerful. I don’t take any of it for granted."

As she stands on this junction of deciding where her journey is headed to, Bialik asks some interesting questions too. "Where will life take me? Where will this career go? What do I want?" But much like her on-screen persona, Bialik is wise enough to accept the ending with grace and poise. "I want to thank our fans for loving us hard enough to keep this train going for 12 years. And when it’s time to get off, another train will pull up to the station," she concluded. And she isn't the only one accepting the end with grace. 

 


 
 
 
 
 
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Kaley Cucuo - who plays everybody's favorite hottie on the show, Penny, took to Instagram to express her feelings about the news. She posted a photo of the main cast, with the caption: "This ride has been a dream come true and as life changing as it gets. No matter when it was going to end, my heart would have always been broken in two. Drowning in tears, we promise to bring you the best season yet. To the fans, our crew, families, Chuck Lorre, Warner Brothers, CBS, and everyone who has supported us for so many years, thank you. We are going out with a bang." 

The every so fumbling and ridiculously shy-around-women Raj Koothrapalli - aka Kunal Nayyar - also piped in with his insights. "As you may already know... and for those of you who don’t. This will officially be 'Big Bang Theory’s last season," he captioned his own photo of the cast.


 
 
 
 
 
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He continued: "After season 12 we will be the longest running multi-camera sitcom in the history of television. There are no words in any language that can describe what my heart wants to say...The love that I feel for all of you is boundless. Without you, the fans there would be no us. Tonight I sleep with a prayer of gratitude on my lips. This isn’t goodbye...yet...still 23 eps to shoot!"