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The Big Bang Theory season 12 spoilers: Key cast member spills secret before show ending

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    The Big Bang Theory season 12 ending spoiler Will Wheaton

    The Big Bang Theory season 12 ending is finally happening this month and the fans are completely devastated. It is really hard from them to say goodbye to a show that has been a part of their lives for so long. It is taking a toll on the cast members as well.

    Big Bang Theory season 12 cast talks about show ending

    Well, the goods things can’t go on and on and they must end. But for the cast members, it is like losing an important and huge part of their lives. Apart from the main cast members, the recurring characters are equally emotional that the show is nearing its end with season 12.

    The Big Bang Theory season 12 ending spoiler Will Wheaton

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    Wil Wheaton (Star Trek) talked about the Big Bang Theory season 12 ending and got pretty emotional about it. He recently shared a spoiler picture along with co-star Kevin Sussman (Stuart Bloom). He wrote an entire essay on the value of the show in his life. After watching the taping of the show’s final episode, Wil wrote,

    The final episode of the show that has brought more joy into my life than anything else I’ve ever done in my professional career.

    Once he was done praising the show, Wil went on to share his feelings about the show. If he got to make his career’s tripod, then The Big Bang Theory, Star Trek and Stand by Me would be the main legs. It is kind of unbelievable for him. He was really grateful for landing this role in the show. He believes that the show has given him an on-camera acting career.

    The Big Bang Theory season 12 ending spoiler Will Wheaton

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    Talking about the picture, Wil said that Kevin and he used to click a weird selfie whenever they had a shot together. It has been a secret ritual for them since the first season of The Big Bang Theory.

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    Last night, I went to Stage 25, now known as The Big Bang Theory Stage, and watched the taping of the final episode of the show that has brought more joy into my life than anything else I've ever done in my professional career. I have a lot of feelings and emotions to unpack, and they are all too raw and turbulent to do that today. Maybe after I go to the wrap party tonight. Maybe in a few days. Maybe it's too personal to ever properly convey what it means and has meant to me since I joined the show in the second season. Maybe I'll try right now and see what comes out. I think it's fair to say that if I built a tripod out of my career, the main legs would be Stand By Me, Star Trek, and The Big Bang Theory. It kind of blows me away that I get to say that. It is remarkable to me that I have gotten to have all of these things in my life, when honestly just ONE of them would be more than anyone could hope for on his or her resume. Mainstream Hollywood doesn't seem to be especially interested in me and what I bring to a production these days. I don't know why, and I don't know if I'll ever be able to do anything to change that, but I can confidently say that I probably have an on-camera acting career today because of Big Bang Theory, and anything I do on camera for the rest of my career will stand on the shoulders of the work I've had the privilege and honor to perform over the last decade. But all of that is just math and *work*, and while I'm grateful for the work, and proud of the work, what I will cherish for the rest of my life are the friends I've made among the cast, writers, and crew. This is a picture of me with Kevin Sussman, who was in my very first episode way back before I had any grey in my beard, and I love it, because it's this silly thing we did whenever we worked together on the stage. "Hey, let's take a super awkward selfie," I would say to Kevin, and then this would happen. It's moments like this, and relationships like this, that truly matter and make the difference in a life, and I'm so lucky and grateful that I have had so many moments like this, with these amazing humans.

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