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‘The Big Bang Theory’ caste donate their costumes from the show to the US Museum

To keep the memories alive, the cast of the hugely popular show has decided to donate all of the costumes to the US Museum.

Sana Khan

One of our favourite shows, The Big Bang Theory, came to an end after completing 279 episodes last week. The Big Bang Theory, the American television sitcom created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady and Steven Molaro, has created its place in our hearts and we would be forever indebted to Sheldon Cooper and his group of friends for teaching us all that they did.

To keep the memories alive, the cast of the hugely popular show has decided to donate all of the costumes to the US Museum.

As per the creator Warner Bros, the costumes worn by the characters - Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons), Leonard Hofstadter (John Galecki), Penny (Kaley Cuoco), Amy Farrah Fowler (Mayim Bialik), Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg), Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar), and Bernadette Rostenkowski – Wolowitz (Melissa Rauch), will be donated to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

A scene from the set
A scene from the set
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The costumes of these seven primary characters are all designed by the series costume designer Mary Quigley.

These items will join thousands of artefacts in the museum’s popular entertainment collections and help tell the story of ground-breaking work the show did on American television.

The entertainment section of the historic museum will feature an exhibit that will include iconic “Flash” T-shirt worn by Dr. Sheldon Cooper, “Recycle” T shirt and hooded cargo jacket worn by Leonard Hofstadter, and Penny’s pink tank top and Ugg boots. It also includes Howard Wolowitz’s plaid shirt and turtleneck, Raj’s sweater vest and jacket, Bernadette’s yellow cardigan and floral dress and Amy’s brown wool sweater and green skirt.

 ‘The Big Bang Theory’ caste donate their costumes from the show to the US Museum
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However, the museum said there are no current plans for its display.

Earlier, Jim Parson revealed that he was ready to bid farewell to the sitcom and his character. But since there is no meaning to “The Big Bang Theory” without Sheldon Cooper, the twelfth season marked the end of the series last week. While the most loved series has come to an end, it did create a world for endless new possibilities, more stories in this case.