It’s Not Over Until It’s Over!

Good news for fans. Season 12 may not be the end of CBS The Big Bang Theory.  CBS Entertainment president, Kelly Kahl, announced that hopes were high that this hit television comedy will continue past this fall. “We don’t believe it’s the final year. We are in preliminary discussions to renew the show with Warner Bros.”  It was the general consensus of all involved that absolutely no one ever thought this show would last so long.

Last season the emotional misfits Shelton and Amy tied the knot. As to where the show goes now, is unclear. Everyone has reached thirty and are becoming adults, which could be painful and not that funny. Still the show is about a group of quirky individuals each finding their way. Below you’ll find a Dayology examination of the actors who have played these parts year after year. It’s pretty clear that good actors bring a lot of themselves to the roles that they play.

The Dayology Analysis

To be perfectly honest, none of the couples in the Big Bang Theory cast would be recommended by a true Dayologist. These pairs of stars probably wouldn’t be attracted in real life, but all their incompatibilities set the plot line up for endlessly entertaining and improbable situations. Credit should be given to this talented cast for putting so much of themselves in the depiction of their characters while letting the weekly drama present issues that young people commonly face.

#73 SAT ARI
3/24/1973
Jim Parsons
#81 SAT SAG
11/30/1985
Kaley Cuoco

The dynamics of the Big Bang Theory cast are pretty much what you would expect from a nerdy situation comedy. As far as the actors who play these varied roles, they are quite diverse. There is no majority of Sun Signs or Day Rays. Jim Parsons plays Sheldon a mental genius and Kaley Cuoco portrays Penny, the waitress who lives across the hall. Both of these actors were both born on Saturday, the day of seriousness and endurance. Their Aries and Sagittarius Sun Signs are FIRE, giving each a certain vitality regarding their individual concerns.

#69 FRI SAG
12/12/1975
Mayim Bialik
#38 WED TAU
4/30/1975
Johnnie Galecki

Sheldon’s two most important relationships were Amy his future wife and Leonard, his roommate, are played by Mayim Bialik and Johnnie Galecki. Her Friday Day Ray and his Taurus Sun Sign connect through a Venus rulership. Amy and Leonard are not involved in any deep manner, but they appear to respect one-another. Separately with Sheldon, they each exhibit an unexpected source of patience regarding Sheldon’s tedious and compulsive personality traits.

#16 MON CAN
6/23/1980
Melissa Rauch
#33 TUE SAG
12/9/1980
Simon Helberg

Two cast members, Melissa Rauch and Simon Helberg, play the parts of an unlikely couple who take the leap, marry and start a family. Bernadette has a Ph. D in microbiology and is generally nurturing, but when confronted she can be quite a terror. Howard her astronaut husband, is essentially a Peter Pan type with an overbearing mother who never appears on screen. The Dayology signatures of Melissa and Simon as individuals fit their characters perfectly.

#50 THU TAU
4/30/1981
Kunal Nayyar

This last cast member brings great deal of enjoyment to the series. Kunal Nayyar plays Raj an astrophysicist and faculty member in Caltech‘s Physics Department. He comes from a very rich family and is here in the U.S. on a work visa. While he is quite warmhearted, he suffers socially around women. Nayyer’s personal Jupiter/Venus Dayology signature is very fortunate.

It is the Dayology conclusion that it is the variety of planetary energies which has made the Big Bang Theory so widely popular. Saturn is energy which supported a long run through the two main directions of the plot — Shelton and Penny. All the while Venus acted as glue holding the whole cast together. The only energy missing is the Sun, which is why there was no one star.

The success of the Big Bang Theory came from perfect casting.