This month marks two years since the popular American sitcom The Big Bang Theory came to an end. The long-running comedy series, about a group of scientists, was well known for having comic-book themed props scattered around the set. However, in a recent interview, the show’s set designer Ann Shea revealed there had to be a clever system in place to ensure no props were ever taken from the set.
The Big Bang Theory reached its finale in 2019, having released a total of 279 episodes across 12 seasons.
The long-running comedy series, about a group of scientists, had a packed set full of numerous science fiction and comic-book themed props.
In a recent interview the show’s set designer, Ann Shea, admitted there was a special system in place to ensure no props were ever stolen from the set, even after the series had come to an end.
Ann explained every prop on The Big Bang Theory was microchipped so Warner Brothers could keep track of their location.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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The Big Bang Theory’s set designer details clever way props weren’t stolen from set (Image: CBS)
The Big Bang Theory: Set designer reveals the clever way props were kept from being stolen (Image: CBS)
Ann even revealed that stars of the sitcom Jim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco were not allowed to take physical mementoes from the show, as they all had to be packed up and sent off to be archived.
“Warner Brothers was so strict,” she began, saying: “Normally heads of department would have access to the stage so we can go work on the weekends.
“But, they closed the stages down