“The Big Bang Theory” season 9’s finale quickly panned its spotlight which was for Penny (Kaley Cuoco) and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) to a new budding romance in Leonard’s dad, Alfred (Judd Hirsch) and Sheldon’s (Jim Parsons) mom, Mary (Laurie Metcalf). Given this, fans some fans are wondering whether the supposed wedding ceremony of the married couple will come into fruition come next season. Showrunner Steve Molaro did not reveal much but he is certainly tinkering on the possibility.
“It could happen and I don’t have all answers yet but the pieces are in place, certainly at least to be meeting new family members,” Molaro told The Hollywood Reporter referring to a proper ceremony for the duo.
Season 9 opened with the lovers deciding to elope to Las Vegas and marry by themselves with only a live streaming for their friends. Naturally, it did not sit well with Leonard’s parents, especially with his mother, Beverly (Christine Baranski) who has never been in a good place with Penny.
“If we make it that far into the ceremony, great. Or the events of the night before with Leonard’s dad and Sheldon’s mom start to derail that. That much I don’t know yet; we haven’t really started writing,” the producer added.
Meanwhile, another hot topic for the hit CBS sitcom which is turning 10 this year is the possible end game for the show. Over the course of season 9, a lot of buzz with regards to when and how “The Big Bang Theory” will end have gone rampant online. Series veteran Kunal Nayyar who plays Rajesh Koothrappali admitted that the series is nearing its finish line. Given this, Molaro was asked if anything is already mapped out in terms of the final bow for the program.
“I have some thoughts floating around but we’ll see,” the veteran writer teased. “Sometimes as the show goes along and it’s not terribly planned out in advance even I’m surprised by the things that the characters do and the places we end up going. I do have some thoughts but for all I know, based on what’s to come, they may be useless thoughts. Time will only tell.”
Molaro has previously revealed that whether “The Big Bang Theory” will end after season 10 or not, they choose to concentrate on bringing the next best 24 episodes of the show.