EXCLUSIVE: 'Big Bang' Stars on Sheldon & Amy's 'Rough' Break Up and If They'll Make Up!

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Calling all Shamy fans -- Listen up!

We all remember how The Big Bang Theory crushed our Sheldon and Amy-loving hearts in the season eight finale, and as the new season approaches, it's time to get the scoop on where their relationship stands.

ET recently caught up with stars Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik on the set of Big Bang and they spilled exclusive scoop on the "awkward" post-breakup drama and if there's a chance for a Shamy reconciliation.

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For those out there hoping for a coitus-filled Sheldon and Amy make-up when season nine premieres, you might not want to hold your breath.

Although the two stars have been sharing scenes together, Parsons confessed that the mood between the characters has been laced with ice. "I just hugged [Mayim on set] and said, 'Someday soon I think we’re going to work in a scene together where we get to be nice to each other again,'" Parsons told ET.

The Emmy award winner also spilled that Sheldon and Amy's split has been "rough" on the actors as well. "We're used to awkwardly interacting with love in our hearts," he explained. "Now it’s awkwardly interacting with a rift between us."

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Bialik echoed her co-stars thoughts saying, "We're not used to not interacting the way we have been for years."

"We like us together," Parsons added. "So this breakup has been hard on us as actors."

So is there a chance for a Sheldon and Amy make-up? Parsons' answer was hilariously blunt: "She sh*ts all over that," he said before adding a polite, "Pardon me," for cursing on camera.

"It's the writers!" Bialik countered with a laugh.

"You're right," Parsons agreed. "But through your mouth comes those words."

Ouch. Sorry, Shamy fans…

Keep it locked to ETonline later this week for even more exclusive Big Bang Theory news before season nine premieres on Monday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. on CBS.