Why Mayim Bialik Isn’t Having The Best Experience On Big Bang Theory…


Mayim Bialik shared that she didn’t want to meet Mark Hamill and that wearing a dress for the season finale of The Big Bang Theory was hard. Why is Mayim so miserable filming this particular episode? The answer might surprise you.

The Season Finale of The Big Bang Theory

The season finale of The Big Bang Theory is fast approaching. It seems everyone is excited and being whisked away in the anticipation. Fan theories are being created left and right. Will Sheldon actually make it down the aisle? What is Mark Hamill’s role in the ceremony? What will Amy’s family be like?

All of these questions are set to be answered on May 10th. Sheldon and Amy will be getting married… or at least their wedding will be taking place. We’ve already seen Amy’s wedding dress and we know Sheldon will be wearing Flash shoes. So why is Mayim Bialik complaining?

It’s Not All Rainbows and Butterflies

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Mayim Bialik almost always roots for her onscreen character. She loves nerdy Amy Farrah Fowler and the entire Big Bang Theory gang. However, in a recent YouTube video, she admitted that trying on a wedding dress for the role was hard. She explained, “I don’t know if that’s in my life’s journey to be in a wedding dress again, so I don’t know; it’s just hard… it’s hard.”

Mayim is a single mom who co-parents with her ex-husband of many years. She has not publicly dated anyone since her marriage ended.

Mayim Bialik’s Divorce

Mayim Bialik was divorced in 2012, and there was much speculation about the failed marriage. Many journalists made assumptions that Mayim’s out of the norm attachment parenting style contributed to the relationship’s demise. However, Mayim squashed those rumors. She issued a statement saying, “The hands-on style of parenting we practice played no role in the changes that led to this decision; relationships are complicated no matter what style of parenting you choose. The main priority for us now is to make the transition to two loving homes as smooth and painless as possible. Our sons deserve parents committed to their growth and health and that’s what we are focusing on.”

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