Almost each and every one of us is a big ban of the all-time favorite and the longest-running sitcom: The Big Bang Theory. The show was first aired in September 2007, and it gained a lot of acceptance and acclaimed a huge amount of success after its launch. The show ran for twelve consecutive years, and it's last season, the season finale aired this year in September and left a lot of fans around the world crying, knowing that they would never see their favourite cast of the TBBT anymore. So today, we, for the fans of the most enjoyed sitcom, have gathered some interesting facts about the show that you didn\u2019t know. Stay tuned and read below for the details. Penny\u2019s Wardrobe! You must have noticed that a lot of penny\u2019s dresses were inspired by a travel sense of style. If you are a die-hard fan of penny\u2019s dressing, then you can get it from iHeartRaves. Kelley never dressed formally except for only six episodes that include her wedding one. Moreover, the uniform she wore is actually the original uniform of the CheeseCake Factory in California. Leonard\u2019s Glasses! Johnny, who played Dr. Leonard Hofstadter, wore glasses just to get a nerdier look; his glasses had no contacts as they were also posing a problem to the lighting effects while shooting. So he was just carrying out the frame in most of the episodes. Johnny and Penny\u2019s Real-Life Chemistry! The public loved the on-stage chemistry of Dr. Leonard and Penny and their love story that matured over the storyline, but they never knew about their real-life relationship. It was first rumored and then confirmed that both of them dated each other for a couple of years. They ended this relationship on a friendly basis on the fact that their offline chemistry would affect the show and both of them separated their paths since then. The Comic Book Store and The Dinner\u2019s Routines! All of the scenes shot in the comic book store were shot in a real-life comic book store; moreover, the dinner routines of the cast were originally decided by Jim Parsons, and original food was served in all of the shooing having dinner scenes in them. Mrs. Wolfowitz's Death Scene! The scene where Howard\u2019s mother dies is originally shot in honor of the death of the phenomenal actress Carol Susie! Although her face was kept hidden in all of the series due to unknown reasons by the directors, the voice of Howard\u2019s mother had the same number of fan following like any other character in the Big Bang Theory. Carol actually died after a long battle with cancer. She breathed her last in Los Angeles. Dr. Amy Farah Fowler! Mayim Bialik, who played the role of Sheldon\u2019s girlfriend and Dr. Amy in the sitcom, had a degree in neuroscience actually. An interesting fact about Mayim that she made her debut with Johnny, who plays Dr. Leonard's opposite penny in the big bang theory and both of them shared their first on-screen kiss in another sitcom back in the \u201990s. IQ of Jim Parsons! Jim, who plays Dr. Sheldon Cooper, the main character in the show has an IQ of 187, he is not a real-life scientist but is one of the best actors Hollywood has produced so far. Jim is now helping out the characters in Young Sheldon, which started last year. If you want to know more about the series, you can download the series and enjoy yourself. The show is also available on Netflix!