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The Big Bang Theory cast looks back on 12 seasons of the hit sitcom

On Sept. 24, 2007,  four geeks and a girl began a friendship that would span 12 seasons and 279 episodes. Through the years their ranks would grow as they welcomed a neurobiologist and a microbiologist and even a kid or two. They would date and debate and dabble in Dungeons Dragons and in the process make television history: When The Big Bang Theory airs its final episode on May 16, it will hold the title of longest-running multicamera series ever. Not bad for a show whose first season received mixed reviews and was interrupted by the writers’ strike.

Through it all, the core group have remained close friends — not just on-camera but off as well. And after working together for a dozen years, they have more than a few stories to share. So we gathered The Big Bang Theory’s seven stars — Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch, and Mayim Bialik — on the Warner Bros. Studio soundstage in Burbank for a raucous roundtable discussion with Entertainment Weekly writer Lynette Rice, in which they reflect on their favorite (and some maybe not so favorite) memories. From first impressions to spin-off talk (NCIS: Raj, anyone?), they reveal all.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What were your first impressions of one another when you met?
KALEY CUOCO: At the audition I saw Jim sitting there by himself, and we were the only two there. He was very quiet and had a BlackBerry in his hand, playing with it. He looks at me and said, “You don’t know how to work this thing, do you? I just got it.” He was very cute how he said it. I thought he could totally play Sheldon. Charming and

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