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Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki Recall Falling in Love on Big Bang Theory Set


Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki Recall Falling in Love

Over three years after the Theory of prehistoric cosmic detonation wrapped on shooting, the show's co-stars and fan #1 on-screen couple, Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki, detail their off-screen sentiment.

Notwithstanding staying quiet about their off-screen sentiment at that point, Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki's bond got going with a bang.

As the Theory of prehistoric cosmic detonation entertainers — who featured as bound to-be couple Penny and Leonard on the hit show for quite some time until its 2019 end — reviewed, their IRL romantic tale was written in the stars from practically the earliest reference point. (The two discreetly dated from 2008 to 2010).

"Every one of the scenes up until we really got together in real life, it was clear there was continuously something there," Kaley told Vanity Fair in a book extract distributed Oct. 3. "There was science, and we were pulverizing on one another. That was the entire first season until we really got together no doubt."

Concerning when that second occurred? All things considered, the defining moment came when the two recorded a fantasy succession for an episode later in the primary season. For that specific scene, it included the pair holding one another, nose-to-nose, in a lift — which ended up being productive.

Kaley shared, "I think we fell a little in love in that elevator shaft." To which, Johnny added, "We felt something, yeah. I think that was a massive turning point [in our relationship]."

He continued, "At that point, both she and I knew that something mutual was felt, and that it was going to be more of a distraction from the work to try and continue to ignore it than to actually recognize it and surrender to it."


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