It's only been a few weeks since the series finale of the hit CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory, but we'd be lying if we said we didn't already miss Penny, Raj and the whole CalTech crew. And though we'll never eat Chinese takeout on the couch with them again, fans can now visit the very set where "bazinga!" became a thing.
Beginning on June 28 2019, visitors to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Hollywood, California can now recreate their favorite Big Bang moments on three of the most iconic sets from the 12-season show: apartment 4A (dibs on Sheldon's spot), the infamous broken elevator and the CalTech Physics Department cafeteria (where you can also spot some of the original costumes).
The Warner Bros. official website describes it best: "Go behind the scenes and explore the intricate level of detail the show's creators put into the design of these iconic sets from the show that made you laugh, cry, rethink scientific discoveries and want to order Siam Palace take-out."
You can bet we'll be first in line Friday morning rocking a Sheldon-inspired "73" T-shirt.