The Big Bang Theory is currently pushing through a few more months of production before the cast and crew on set will say their final goodbyes. Kaley Cuoco has big plans for her life after The Big Bang Theory, and she revealed in a recent interview that those plans include taking an item from the set of the long-running comedy for her own home when she leaves. Per Cuoco:
There's a piece of art in the living room set -- if you're looking at the set from the audience it's to the left -- it has a big doughnut and a robot... it's been there since the pilot and I'm going to take that home. It's always in my view and I've been looking at it for so many years. I think I won't know what to do unless I'm looking at it, so it needs to be in my living room.
If you've ever paid attention to sets on The Big Bang Theory, you probably already realize there is a lot going on in the background, including various pieces of artwork, toys (action figures!) and books. However, a lot of scenes on the long-running comedy are set in the same locations, including the living room set piece that Kaley Cuoco mentioned in the interview. The artwork in question is on the left of the set if you are facing the TV, hanging above the bookshelf laden with books.
The robot and the donut aren't the only things in the image, but they are pretty striking and you can take a look, below.
Kaley Cuoco says she plans to rehome the image and put it in her living room, where she can look on it fondly and likely with sentiment. The actress has been open in the past about how sad she is that the series will be wrapping with the Season 12 finale. She previously thanked the cast and crew, calling the gig "a dream."
This ride has been a dream come true and as life changing as it gets. No matter when it was going to end, my heart would have always been broken in two. Drowning in tears, we promise to bring you the best season yet. To the fans, our crew, families, Chuck Lorre, Warner Brothers, CBS, and everyone who has supported us for so many years, thank you. We are goin' out with a bang.
I think a lot of horses, apparently a lot of pigs, a lot of bunnies. And being home with my husband. I'm excited about that. My production company [has] a lot of projects on the horizon, so I'm very excited to put on my producer hat and kind of go down that path.
The Big Bang Theory still has a few more months of production, however, and will wrap up for fans at the end of the season, likely on a memorable note. If you'd like to read more about Jim Parsons' decision to leave the series, we have you covered. If not, you can catch the final season of The Big Bang Theory on Thursday nights at 8 pm. ET, only on CBS.