From The Big Bang Theory, Melissa Rauch Got To Take Home A Very Special Prop

Raj (Kunal Nayyar), Sheldon (Jim Parsons), Howard (Simon Helberg), and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) were four socially awkward pals. Who geeked out about their nerdy interests while juggling their lives and occupations. When “The Big Bang Theory” premiered in 2007. The nerdy foursome is drawn into the dating world after meeting Penny (Kaley Cuoco), their next-door neighbor. That eventually leads to the arrival of Bernadette (Melissa Rauch), a series regular. Bernadette first appeared on “The Big Bang Theory” in Season 3 as Penny’s friend, who persuaded her to join a double date with Leonard and Howard (Simon Helberg). Howard was unattached at the time, after years of questionable conduct, and his early attempts at romancing her didn’t precisely woo Bernadette. Fortunately for Howard, Bernadette could relate to having an obnoxious mother, and the two were able to commiserate about their familial woes. There and then, a feel-good romance was formed.

Fans probably recognize Bernadette for her voice and a prop she wore in every episode of the CBS sitcom, aside from her relationship with Howard. The creators of “The Big Bang Theory” were more than glad to let her keep the item above after playing the part for so long.

Melissa Rauch wore the glasses that Bernadette wore on The Big Bang Theory

When “The Big Bang Theory’s” Melissa Rauch finished filming her final scenes, she went to return the spectacles that she had worn for years. One of the show’s most potent characters insisted on letting her take them home with her. Rauch told Showbiz Cheat Sheet that he was “pleased” at the time. “I think you should have those,” stated Executive Producer and co-executive producer Steve Molaro. I’m happy that he did so.” During the interview, Rauch explained that the glasses have a personal significance to her. And that she realized this on the final day of filming. “I was overjoyed when they let me bring them back to my apartment. And store them in a special container for safekeeping. During the final scene, it dawned on me that this was the last time. I would be using this particular voice. It’s a lot like saying goodbye to an old buddy.”

Even though she has pleasant recollections of her time on the show, Rauch is happy with her current situation. Her vocal cords will be glad to know that she doesn’t sing Bernadette’s prominent voice in her personal life.

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