The Unaired Pilot
Unaired (Dated May 1, 2006)
Leonard and Sheldon encounter a young woman named Katie crying on the curb, having been left homeless by a break-up with her boyfriend. Leonard, despite Sheldon's objections, invites her to dinner and then to stay a few days at their apartment. She is abrasive, sexy, hard, and sarcastic, but she softens a little when she discovers that the guys aren't trying to get something from her. In the end, she decides she'll crash at their place for a while.
The episode opens with Leonard sitting in the sperm bank waiting for Sheldon to finish his deposits, which he eventually finished using a magazine of women with big butts (his fetish). At the desk, after annoyingly finishing the receptionist's crossword puzzle, they are told that they won't be paid in cash but with checks.
On their way from the sperm bank, the duo happen across a crying girl called Katie, who is sitting on the street after a bad break up with her boyfriend has left her homeless. Leonard invites her to the restaurant, to Sheldon's dismay. When Sheldon can't figure out a good excuse, Leonard invites her to move into their apartment.
Whilst Katie is showering, a nerdy friend of Sheldon and Leonard called Gilda shows up at the apartment. Gilda, who is shown to have a thing for Leonard and fantasizes about marrying him and having kids, feels threatened by Katie's presence but relaxes after Katie says she's not interested.
Katie goes out drinking and arrives back at their apartment late at night, waking Leonard by smashing a lamp. Katie starts ranting to Leonard about her life and why it sucks, using the whiteboard, drawing colorful diagrams to explain her point. Leonard points out that her problems weren't caused by her mother, boyfriend etc., but by her making stupid decisions. Katie misguidedly assumes that Leonard is calling her "stupid" (even though he is not) and as a result, she gets offended and moves out.
Leonard goes to Katie's place of work, the cosmetics counter in a department store, and even though he had nothing to apologize for, apologizes to her anyway. Katie comes back at the end of the episode explaining that staying there is her only rent-free choice. She takes Leonard, Sheldon and Gilda out dancing and they show their awkward dance moves.
All the cast were not credited in the Unaired Pilot.
- Leonard: One across is Aegean, twenty-six across is MCM, thirteen down is... Move your finger. Phylum, which makes thirteen across Port-au-Prince.
- Leonard: One across is Aegean, eight down is Nabakov, twenty-six across is MCM, thirteen down is… move your finger… phylum, which makes thirteen across Port-au-Prince.
- Leonard: How is it that you can recite pi to 80 decimal places, but you can't recognize sarcasm?
- Sheldon: Well, I don't think the two are related.
- Sheldon: (explains why he's uncomfortable) This isn't where we normally sit. We sit at that table over there. That's our table.
- Katie: What's the difference?
- Sheldon: What's the difference!?
- Leonard: Here we go.
- Sheldon: (clears his throat) That table is closer to the kitchen, resulting in the food arriving hotter, and yet not so close as to be distracting. In the summer, the nearby air vent provides adequate cooling. In the winter, it's protected from the outside air. It's generally in the server's eye-line, making signaling efficient. I could go on, but I think I've made my point.
- Katie: (sees Leonard holding a green light saber replica) Okay, if that thing vibrates, I'm gonna need to borrow it.
- Katie: Ipso facto, I drink till I'm flatso!
- Leonard: (looking at Katie's drawing on his board) I'm a spaceship on wheels?
- (Next morning)
- Sheldon: (looking at the drawing on Leonard's board) Ghost on roller skates?
- Leonard: I'm starting to think it's a penis.
- Leonard: I think she (Katie) left because of something I said.
- Sheldon: Great, jot it down in case she comes back.
- Leonard: Look, I'm not very good at talking to people.
- Katie: And?
- Leonard: And? No, that's it, that's all I got.
- Katie: (to a girl smiling at the dancing nerds) They don't get out much.
While originating portions of the Broadcast Pilot's plot, jokes, settings and characters, the Unaired Pilot has several key differences from the eventual official pilot, they include:
- The opening segment is much different from the Broadcast Pilot. It features a different song and a different opening.
- The characters Penny, Howard and Rajesh have not been created yet. Penny's precursor is Katie who has a different personality from Penny.
- The opening scene at the sperm bank plays out largely as it did in the Pilot, with two significant differences:
- Leonard and Sheldon are already at the sperm bank, instead of just walking in.
- Instead of changing their mind and leaving, Sheldon has already filled his sperm cup, and is paid (after threatening to take back the cup of sperm upon being told he'll be paid by check, rather than cash).
- Leonard and Sheldon have a geeky friend, colleague and love interest, Gilda. As a female nerd with an interest in Leonard, she does appear to be a primitive Leslie Winkle-type character, although a bit different.
- Leonard and Sheldon dress in a different fashion which is more old-fashioned, rather than youthful and Leonard wears dark suits (which eventually became the usual costume choice for Priya).
- In the episode, it was revealed early that Sheldon had slept with Gilda and has a fetish for women with large hind quarters (butts). He has also seen seven women naked, some of whom aren't even his relatives.
- Sheldon doesn't have a spot in his home, but rather a table at The Bombay Palace.
- Sheldon is significantly different from his series counterpart: he is sexually active, he frequently masturbates (as opposed to his later counterpart Sheldon) and has multiple fetishes, likes dancing and is a bit more social than his counterpart. However, some parts of him were carried from the original pilot.
- The set of the apartment is different and there is no broken elevator or indication that the apartment building has an elevator. The lighting in the apartment is also a lot dimmer.
- Katie's mocking and mean streak carried over to the regular series when Penny gets real mad.
- Sheldon's voice is deeper in this episode than it is in the actual series.
- Katie moves in with Leonard and Sheldon, as opposed to Penny who simply moves in across the hall.
- An audience survey found that Katie was disliked by the audience for being too mean towards Leonard and Sheldon, so she was retooled into Penny. In contrast, the audience were positive about Leonard and Sheldon so Chuck Lorre decided to add two more guys (Howard and Rajesh) into the mix.
- Since the pilot spurred a negative reaction, the show was almost cancelled from the start.
- Katie works at the cosmetics counter in a department store. However, when the character is changed into Penny, she is a waitress at The Cheesecake Factory.
- Surprisingly, the only character other than Sheldon and Leonard to appear in the broadcast Pilot is Althea, the nurse at the sperm bank. Her character has made several more guest appearances on the show since. Her hair is different here from her hair in the aired pilot.
- Sheldon's stated reason for his preferred table at the restaurant would later be adapted for the reasons for his spot.
- This episode makes numerous references to a sexually active Sheldon, as opposed to the Sheldon of the broadcast series, most notably that Gilda and Sheldon admit to previously having sex at a Star Trek convention Sheldon also apparently has a fetish for women with large butts, and brings a magazine of such women to the sperm bank for arousal.
- Leonard wielding his lightsaber upon hearing a noise late at night, and Sheldon's difficulty of spotting sarcasm (minus Leonard's acknowledgement of this flaw, regarding Sheldon's high intellect) would later be used in "The Big Bran Hypothesis".
- Sheldon describes the same calculations on his whiteboard in both pilots, but the actual physics are different.
- In a scene, Katie touched Sheldon's food and he seemed fine with it, which contrasts from the series where he is extremely uncomfortable with it.
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Sheldon and Leonard at the sperm center.
Sheldon and Leonard find Katie on the curb homeless.
Katie on the curb.
Katie glares at the guys.
Katie meets Sheldon and Leonard.
Katie meets Sheldon and Leonard.
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Dinner with Katie.
Dinner with Katie.
Looking over Leonard's equations.
Katie arrives in their apartment.
Sheldon finds Katie in a towel.
Gilda finds Katie out of a towel.
Leonard and Gilda.
Sheldon, Leonard and Gilda.
Sheldon, Leonard and Gilda.
Dressed to go out.
Sheldon and Leonard.
Katie explaining her life through math.
Katie explaining her life through math.
Katie at work.
Leonard apologizing to Katie.
Sharing Sheldon's Chinese food.
Sharing Sheldon's Chinese food.
Hanging out in a bar.
What Happened In The Big Bang Theory’s Original Pilot (& Why It Was Changed)
The Big Bang Theory was going to start quite differently from what aired. Here's what happened in the original pilot & why it was luckily scrapped.
The Big Bang Theory had a significantly different pilot episode to air in 2007, but CBS decided to re-evaluate the show, resulting in what ultimately broadcasted. Here's what happened in the sitcom's scrapped premiere and why the creatives decided against it.
Created by TV legends Bill Prady and Chuck Lorre, the popular sitcom focused on the adventures of the Pasadena gang of five original characters: Sheldon (Jim Parsons), Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Penny (Kaley Cuoco), Howard (Simon Helberg), and Raj (Kunal Nayyar). By season 4, The Big Bang Theory's cast of characters grew with the addition of Melissa Rauch's Bernadette and Mayim Bialik's Amy. Despite strong ratings performance and majority of the actors expressing their desire to continue the series, the longest-running multi-camera sitcom wrapped up after 12 seasons last May.
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In the vein of friend-oriented sitcoms such as Friends and How I Met Your Mother, much of the series' appeal came from the chemistry of its characters. With big TV creatives like Prady and Lorre backing The Big Bang Theory, fans were obviously thrilled about the series when it was announced. However, things didn't go as smoothly with the series' original pilot wasn't even picked up by any broadcasting station for the 2006-2007 season. At this point, the show only had Parsons and Galecki locked in from the main cast, with a female character named Katie played by Amanda Walsh, as well as Gilda played by Iris Bahr.
The unaired The Big Bang Theory episode opens with Leonard and a more sexually-adept Sheldon pushing through with their decision to donate at a high-IQ sperm bank in exchange for money. After a brief conversation with the place's concierge, they find a heartbroken Katie sitting on the side walk. Obviously good looking, Leonard approaches her and asked if there's anything they can do to help, despite Sheldon's annoyance. Katie explains that she doesn't have anywhere to go after her boyfriend unceremoniously revealed that he's married and her mother is not allowing her back home because she slept with his stepfather. Leonard couldn't help himself but offer their spare room at the apartment and the three go home together. The scrapped episode played into Katie's sexuality, with both Leonard and Sheldon showing an interest in her. This whole theme was prevalent in the outing, although it started to cut some of that with the introduction of Gilda - the best pals' research partner and the total opposite of Katie.
From the original pilot, it's clear that Katie was originally going to be The Big Bang Theory's version of Penny. She's street-smart, confident, sexy, and has no regard whatsoever about the the boys' intelligence or interests. What makes Penny work better in the story, however, was the fact that despite her disinterest in Leonard and Sheldon's fixations, she's charming and sweet enough to genuinely befriend them. Meanwhile, Gilda appeared to be an earlier, unpolished version of Amy - or even Leslie (Sarah Gilbert). Unfortunately, just like Katie, her chemistry with the boys just wasn't there.
According to Nina Tassler, CBS Entertainment chairman who ultimately pushed through with the show, she asked for a pilot rework because it was a mix of things that worked, such as Galecki's Leonard and Parsons' Sheldon, and things that didn't. With that, the characters Katie and Gilda were written out of The Big Bang Theory, and additional leads Penny, Raj, and Howard were added, while they brought in iconic director James Burrow to direct the second pilot. They also changed the theme song from Thomas Dolby's hit "She Blinded Me with Science" to the catchier "The Big Bang Theory" by Barenaked Ladies.
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‘The Big Bang Theory’ Cast: Where Are They Now?
Bazinga! Fans welcomed the cast of The Big Bang Theory into their living rooms for 12 seasons before saying goodbye to the sitcom, but the stars did not disappear after the show ended. In fact, they have popped up in a slew of projects ever since.
Jim Parsons (Sheldon Cooper), Kaley Cuoco (Penny Teller), Johnny Galecki (Leonard Hofstadter), Simon Helberg (Howard Wolowitz), Kunal Nayyar (Raj Koothrappali), Mayim Bialik (Amy Farrah Fowler) and Melissa Rauch (Bernadette Rostenkowski) played a group of friends made up of physicists and their significant others. The show ran on CBS from September 2007 to May 2019.
The cast got very close during filming. Cuoco and Galecki, in particular, remained friends — and an onscreen couple — after their split in December 2009 following two years of dating.
“When we broke up, it was funny because that was when our relationship on the show was hot and heavy. There were a lot of bed scenes,” the actress told Haute Living Los Angeles in May 2019. “We were a little like, ‘We were trying to end the relationship and it kept falling back in.’ We got over it really fast, and we’re closer than ever now. It could have gone either way, and I was really proud of us.”
Cuoco and Galecki navigated the potentially awkward situation with grace. “We weren’t weird, which is what was weird,” she recalled. “It was a mutual breakup, and you can rarely say that. Johnny and I were friends first, then obviously we dated.”
Parsons and Bialik, meanwhile, found kindred spirits in each other as they portrayed beloved couple Sheldon and Amy. “Jim and I had a lot of nice moments together on set and I think one of the things that worked so well for us as actor partners, and maybe as producing partners too, is that we’re not overly sentimental as humans, which I think is helpful,” the Blossom alum exclusively told Us Weekly in April 2021. “It was helpful in our acting and also in the way we kind of processed ending a decade together.”
As for concluding the show after its lengthy run, Cuoco told Variety in March 2021 that the cast chose to “go out together” after discussing their options in cocreator Chuck Lorre’s office.
“Jim said, ‘I don’t think I can continue on,’” she recounted. “And I was so shocked that I was literally like, ‘Continue on with what?’ Like, I didn’t even know what he was talking about. I looked at Chuck: ‘Wow. I thought we were — I’m so blown away right now.’”
Scroll through the gallery below to see what the Big Bang Theory cast has been up to since the show ended!
The Big Bang Theory (season 1)
Season of television series
The first season of the American sitcomThe Big Bang Theory was originally aired on CBS from September 24, 2007, to May 19, 2008, over 17 episodes. An unaired pilot also exists. The Season 1 DVD came without a gag reel and is, so far, the only Big Bang Theory DVD set not to have one. The reissued Blu-ray, was released July 10, 2012, and includes a gag reel that is exclusive to the set. The episodes on Blu-ray are all in remastered surround sound, whereas the DVD version had stereo. Two of the main cast, Sheldon and Leonard, are named after actor, director, and producer Sheldon Leonard.
Johnny Galecki and Sara Gilbert both selected the episode "The Hamburger Postulate" as a Primetime Emmy Award submission for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series, respectively, at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards, but both ended up not receiving a nomination.Jim Parsons selected the episode "The Pancake Batter Anomaly" as a Primetime Emmy Award submission for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards, but ended up not receiving a nomination.
The lives of physicists Dr. Leonard Hofstadter and Dr. Sheldon Cooper are shaken up when an attractive young aspiring actress from Omaha, Nebraska named Penny moves into the apartment across the hall from theirs. Leonard begins to become hopelessly enamored of Penny, while she feels only platonic affection for him. She finds herself putting up with his closest and ever-present friends: his roommate, Sheldon, who appears borderline obsessive-compulsive and has a relentless need to assert his intellectual supremacy; engineering whiz Howard Wolowitz, a desperately sex-crazed mama's boy who thinks that his 1960s-style clothing and hairstyle give him an air of cool hipness; and Dr. Rajesh "Raj" Koothrappali, who cannot speak to her as he is too shy to talk to women (a case of selective mutism), unless intoxicated in which case he becomes a smooth talking yet highly overly aggressive womanizing flirt.
During Season One, Sheldon loses his job for insulting his new boss, finds his ego bruised by a child prodigy, and becomes unable to bear being part of a lie that Leonard has told, and Penny and Leonard go out on a date in the season finale. It is the only season not to feature John Ross Bowie as the recurring character Barry Kripke and Kevin Sussman as Stuart Bloom.
Main article: List of The Big Bang Theory characters
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The program's initial pilot, developed for the 2006/07 television season, was substantially different from its current form. From the later series, only Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons were in the cast, and their across-the-hall neighbor Katie was envisioned as "a street-hardened, tough-as-nails woman with a vulnerable interior". Katie was played by actress Amanda Walsh. They also had a female friend called Gilda (played by Iris Bahr). The program's original theme music was also different, using Thomas Dolby's hit "She Blinded Me with Science". The program was not picked up, but the creators were given an opportunity to revise it, bringing in the remaining leading cast and retooling the show to its current format. The original unaired pilot has never been released on any official format, but copies of it have circulated online.
The second pilot of The Big Bang Theory was directed by James Burrows, who did not continue with the show. This reworked pilot led to a 13-episode order by CBS on May 14, 2007. Prior to its airing on CBS, the pilot episode was distributed on iTunes free of charge. The show premiered September 24, 2007, and was picked up for a full 22-episode season on October 19, 2007.
Production on the show was halted on November 6, 2007, due to the 2007–08 Writers Guild of America strike, which the same thing happened in The Office Season Four, only to be replaced by a short-lived sitcom, Welcome to The Captain on February 4, 2008, but returning on March 17, 2008, in an earlier time slot with nine new episodes.
David Saltzberg, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of California, Los Angeles, checks scripts and provides dialogue, math equations and diagrams used as props.
Clips from the season finale, "The Tangerine Factor", gained popularity on the Chinese video-sharing website Tudou because of Sheldon's comically inaccurate Mandarin.
See also: List of The Big Bang Theory episodes
The Big Bang Theory initially received mixed reviews, receiving a 59% "rotten" score on review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, based on 29 reviews, with the critics consensus reading "The Big Bang Theory brings a new class of character to mainstream television, but much of the comedy feels formulaic and stiff." It also received a 57-point score on review aggregator Metacritic, indicating "mixed or average reviews", based on 23 reviews.
Tom Shales of The Washington Post gave the show a positive review, saying "Big Bang is the funniest new sitcom of the season". Robert Bianco of USA Today also gave the show a positive review, saying "This may not be the sitcom breakthrough for which we've all been hoping, but Lorre has produced a first episode that leaves you eager to try the second".
David Bianculli of New York Daily News criticized the dialogue, particularly when the male characters explain jokes, writing that "People tuning in to Big Bang may not all be Mensa members, but they won't all be idiots, either", Henry Goldblatt of Entertainment Weekly criticized the premise and plot of early episodes, writing that "To call this a one-joke sitcom would be a stretch", and Tim Goodman of San Francisco Chronicle criticized the stereotypes presented in the characters, and wrote that "the writing here is so moronic and the situations so forced and mundane".
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How The Big Bang Theory Cast Has Changed Since Their First Season
We're just one day away from the series finale of The Big Bang Theory.
After 12 seasons, the beloved CBS sitcom—starring Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik—will come to an end on Thursday, May 16. As we prepare to say goodbye to the cast of the hit series, we're looking back at photos of the actors during their first season and last seasons.
It's been over a decade since the show premiered, and we've all grown up with the characters on the show. So, as a farewell, let's see how everyone has changed over the years!
Take a look at the cast of The Big Bang Theory, then and now, below!
Be sure to watch the series finale of The Big Bang Theory on Thursday, May 16 on CBS.
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