'The Big Bang Theory' star Jim Parsons talks about what he will miss the most and the item he wants to take back from the sets
Though Jim Parsons is one among the main reasons why the show is coming to an end, he will still miss the set as much as the others.
The longest running sitcom on television, 'The Big Bang Theory' is nearing its end, with the cast and crew busy filming the last and final season 12. And like us fans, some of the cast members are still coming to terms with the devastating news.
Though Jim Parsons is one among the main reasons why the show is coming to an end, he will still miss the set as much as the others. In an interview with star2, he talks about what and who he will miss the most among that he even spoke about what he would like to take away from the set with him as well.
Starting off with who he will mostly when the season ends, Parsons reveals that though they have 17 more episodes left to do he will be really sorry to not be able to see everybody.
"I’ll particularly miss Simon Helberg; we spend a lot of time together, we go back and forth to our dressing rooms, we’ve talked for almost 12 years now," he said. "Six months down the road after we finished, I will be like, I haven’t talked to Simon in a deep way in a long time. And that will be hard."
Following that he adds that he would like to take the striped pillow on the couch in the apartment that’s very precious. "There is a striped pillow on the couch in the apartment that’s very precious to them, they won’t even let us work with it during the week and it only comes out for shows, because they can’t seem to find another one. You’d think somebody could make one," he continued. "I would like to have that, and if I didn’t keep it for myself, it could live in my mother’s house," he added.
Talking about how his mom will miss the show more than him he says, "She’s much more broken up about my leaving the show than I am. She is devastated that this is the last season. And I am like, how long did you think we would do it? But she will get over it, and she has the reruns," Parsons said.