Published On: Wed, Nov 19th, 2014

‘Big Bang Theory’ Creator on Amy, Sheldon after the ‘I Love You’ moment

The recent episode of The Big Bang Theory rocked fans as Sheldon, played by Jim Parsons, dropped the “L-word” ahead of Amy (Mayim Bialik).  Executive producer and showrunner Steve Molaro talked about creatiing the episode and what’s ahead for the beloved couple.

mayim-bialik-amy farrah fowler big bang theory photo“The idea for the prom came first. Melissa Rauch and I were trading our sad prom stories and it seemed believable to me that most of the characters in the show probably didn’t have a good prom experience,” Molaro tells TV Line.

” I think there is always a certain amount of nervous tension in the best possible way when we do scenes like this. The writers and actors take these moments very seriously and we all want to make sure we honor the characters and nail these moments in a way they deserve.”

Fans are eager to know what comes next and Molaro comes clean – he doesn’t know.

“That’s tough to say. These characters are living, breathing people to me, so I try not to think of them in terms of a check list. To be honest, we didn’t even know the “I love you” was going to happen until we were in the middle of figuring out the prom story.  So I’d like to think there are even more milestones, beyond the bigger more obvious ones, that haven’t even occurred to us yet,” he says to TV Line.

Now in season 8, everyone is waiting for the eventual “sexual” interaction and just talking about it makes Molaro nervous.

“I have no idea when that will be broached, but I have learned that if we’re sweating and scared of a scene, that’s usually a good sign to do it.”

Check out the full interview at TV Line HERE

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- Stephen is a contributor and writer on The Dispatch. Stephen is the founder and editor for the Steven Spielberg Fan Club website and contributes to pop culture stories on The Dispatch, especially upcoming movie news. Beginning in 2016, Stephen took the role of Managing Editor for the Tampa Dispatch.

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