Good news for Big Bang Theory fans. Season 12 may not be the end of this CBS sit com. CBS Entertainment president, Kelly Kahl, announced that hopes were high that this hit television comedy will continue on 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 that this show has probably lasted much longer than anyone thought was possible.
Let’s catch up. Last season the unlikely pair of Shelton and Amy tied the knot. It is unclear right now as to which direction the plot will go. Everyone has reached thirty and endangered by the prospect of no longer being adolescent. Hopefully these last few shows will show how these individuals have helped one another through a delightful, but still difficult time of life. Below are the Dayology profiles of the actors who have played these fascinating parts year after year.
#73 SAT ARI
#81 SAT SAG
The dynamics of the Big Bang cast is a bit more than you would expect from a nerdy situation comedy. For one thing there is a great deal of understanding and compassion shown among the members of this social group. Jim Parsons plays Sheldon a mental genius and Kaley Cuoco portrays Penny, the waitress who lives across the hall. Both of these actors were born on Saturday, the day of seriousness and persistence. Their Aries and Sagittarius Sun Signs are of the Fire element, giving each a particular intensity regarding their individual concerns.
#69 FRI SAG
#38 WED TAU
Sheldon’s two most important relationships are Amy, his future wife played by 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, both exhibit an unexpected source of patience regarding his tedious and compulsive personality traits.
#16 MON CAN
#33 TUE SAG
Two cast members, Melissa Rauch and Simon Helberg, portray an unlikely couple who take the leap to marry and start a family. Bernadette has a Ph. D in microbiology and is generally nurturing. However when confronted she can be quite a terror. Her astronaut husband, Howard, is essentially an adventurous Peter Pan type with an overbearing mother who never appears on screen. The Dayology signatures of Melissa and Simon fit their characters perfectly. She’s a protective Monday Cancer type and he’s the adventurous Tuesday Sagittarius type.
#50 THU TAU
#69 FRI SAG
This last pair brings a great richness to the series. Kunal Nayyar plays Raj an astrophysicist and faculty member in Caltech‘s Physics Department. He is definitely a sensual, but somewhat shy Thursday Taurus type. Kevin Sussman plays Stuart a Friday Sagittarius type who hasn’t met the right girl. He is the owner of the downtown Comic Center who provides the guys with their toys. Both Raj and Stuart are insecure in different ways and value the warmth of the group.
To be honest, none of the romantic couples in the Big Bang 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 group of actors for putting so much of effort in the depiction of their roles and letting their weekly dramatizations present the issues that young adults face.
It is the variety of planetary energies which has made the Big Bang Theory so widely enjoyed. Yes, the Saturn Day Ray portrayals of Shelton and Penny kept the show on tract. And the two characters Raj and Leonard gave insightful and down-to-earth Taurian performances. But it was is the Sagittarian philosophical outlooks of Penny, Amy, Simon and Stuart, that kept the “nerdy” storyline unfolding week after week. The only missing energy is the Sun, which is why there could never be just one big star in this very popular situation comedy.