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The salary for the three went up to $200,000 per episode for the fourth season.Their per-episode pay went up an additional $50,000 in each of the following three seasons, culminating in $350,000 per episode in the seventh season.
On their old contracts, each was making ,000–,000 per episode, while the new contracts doubled that, beginning at ,000 per episode, increasing steadily to 0,000 per episode by the end of the contract, as well as adding another year for both.
Cosmologist Stephen Hawking made a short guest appearance in the fifth-season episode; in the eighth season, Hawking video conferences with Sheldon and Leonard, and makes another appearance in the 200th episode.
In the fifth and sixth seasons, NASA astronaut Michael J.
The Canadian alternative rock band Barenaked Ladies wrote and recorded the show's theme song, which describes the history and formation of the universe and the Earth.
Co-lead singer Ed Robertson was asked by Lorre and Prady to write a theme song for the show after the producers attended one of the band's concerts in Los Angeles.
By coincidence, Robertson had recently read Simon Singh's book Big Bang, Lorre and Prady phoned him shortly thereafter and asked him to write the theme song.
Having been asked to write songs for other films and shows, but ending up being rejected because of producer's favor of other artist's song, Robertson agreed to write the theme only after learning that Lorre and Prady had not asked anyone else.
Althea (Vernee Watson) was a character featured in both pilots and the first series episode.
and Iris Bahr as Gilda, a scientist colleague and friend of the male characters.
On the evolution of the show, Chuck Lorre said, "We did the 'Big Bang Pilot' about two and a half years ago, and it sucked ...
but there were two remarkable things that worked perfectly, and that was Johnny and Jim.
Although the original pilot was not picked up, its creators were given an opportunity to retool it and produce a second pilot.