In September 2015, TMZ uncovered court documents showing that Steven Page sued former bandmate Robertson over the song, alleging that he was promised 20% of the proceeds, but that Robertson has kept that money entirely for himself.
The salary for the three went up to 0,000 per episode for the fourth season.Their per-episode pay went up an additional ,000 in each of the following three seasons, culminating in 0,000 per episode in the seventh season.David Saltzberg, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of California, Los Angeles, checks scripts and provides dialogue, mathematics equations, and diagrams used as props.According to executive producer/co-creator Bill Prady, "We're working on giving Sheldon an actual problem that he's going to be working on throughout the [first] season so there's actual progress to the boards ... We worked hard to get all the science right."Several of the actors in The Big Bang Theory previously worked together on the sitcom Roseanne, including Johnny Galecki, Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf (who plays Sheldon's mother, Mary Cooper), and Meagen Fay (who plays Bernadette's mother).The structure of the original, unaired pilot, developed for the 2006–07 television season, was substantially different from the series' current form.
The only characters retained in both pilots were Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons), who are named after Sheldon Leonard, a longtime figure in episodic television as producer, director and actor.
On October 9, 2007, a full-length (1 minute and 45 seconds) version of the song was released commercially.
Although some sources identify the song title as "History of Everything," the cover art for the single identifies the title as "Big Bang Theory Theme." A music video also was released via special features on The Complete Fourth Season DVD and Blu-ray set.
But when he gets to Amy’s place, he sees her kissing the tall guy “Dave” goodbye. [The Big Bang Theory — The Drunk Version] Dave is portrayed by Stephen Merchant.
The Big Bang Theory is an American television sitcom created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, both of whom serve as executive producers on the series, along with Steven Molaro. The geekiness and intellect of the four men are contrasted for comic effect with Penny's social skills and common sense.
Additionally, Lorre was a writer on the series for several seasons.