The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik lifts lid on ‘give and take’ of Amy and Sheldon’s unusual romance – The Sun

THE Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik has revealed the inside scoop about her on-screen romance with character Sheldon.

Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) and Amy Farrah Fowler (Mayim Bialik) became one of TV's most unlikely but most-loved couples.

The duo finally married in season 11 of the popular CBS show after a painfully slow-burning relationship.

Actress Mayim Bialik told why their unlikely pairing worked.

She said: “I think it’s a really beautiful example of what unconditional love really looks like.

"There was a lot of give and take, it wasn’t just her tolerating him, he also had to make a lot of adjustments and changes.”

Fans queried why the eternal loner Sheldon would ever want to be involved in a relationship – but Mayim explained the logic behind it.

She said: “I think the fans also had some confusion about that – why does Sheldon want a girlfriend in the first place?

"It took us nine years to figure that out and I think our writers did a beautiful job with finding that balance.”

Star Mayim also admitted she's never watched an episode of the hit show after nine years in the role.

Bialik also revealed a reunion is off the table due to ‘legal stuff’ despite a plea from fans.

The Big Bang Theory ran for 12 seasons after its airing in September 2007.

It came to an end in May last year after Sheldon Cooper actor Jim Parson decided to quit the popular show.

Mayim joined the cast during season three as Sheldon's awkward love interest.

She recalled that it was "very emotional" to film the final scenes.

Production designer John Shaffner revealed there were plans to make more episodes of the hit show until the Sheldon Cooper actor quit.

Jim – who played Sheldon Cooper for 12 seasons – said he had no idea what to do after the show ended.

He admitted that he "didn't know" what he wanted to pursue next, admitting that he did not take on very much work outside of the sitcom while it was airing.

Parsons has since played real-life talent agent Henry Wilson in Ryan Murphy's Netflix series Hollywood.

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