EXCLUSIVE: The Stars of 'Big Bang Theory' Spill What's Next For Your Favorite Couples!


"I love you, too."

And with those four little words — the entire Big Bang Theory fandom collectively squealed with delight during last week's prom-tastic episode.

Now that Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik) have exchanged the "L" word, it's time to look ahead at what's next for the slow-burning duo, and figure out if Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) will ever actually tie to knot.

Only ET's Kevin Frazier was on the set of CBS's beloved geeky comedy and he asked the cast to spill what's next for our favorite couples.

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When asked if a Shamy hook-up is on the horizon, Bialik was quick to shut this suggestion down. "I think we're as together as we need to be right now," the former Blossom star said. "I think there's a lot of anticipation and for me I think that's a lot of the sweetness. We sort of keep riding that wave and enjoying each other the way that we are."

ETonline took a little blast into the past and discovered that Sheldon and Amy signed their relationship agreement almost exactly three years ago in the episode "The Flaming Spittoon Acquisition," which aired Nov. 17, 2011. Oh how time flies!

Even though Sheldon has now confessed his love for Amy, this couple will continue to take their time in the romance department. However, in an upcoming episode which airs Nov. 27, fans can look forward to a whole half-hour filled with Shamy's "Fun with Flags" hijinks.

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And how about The Big Bang Theory's longest running couple? Cuoco-Sweeting confessed that she doesn't think Penny will walk down the aisle for quite some time. "I don’t see it happening soon considering it took then seven years to get engaged," the actresses said. "But I think it'll happen in the lifetime of Big Bang — I hope!"

"There's a whole new world of problems now, "Galecki said after agreeing with his on-screen beau. "Anyone who's been engaged before know that it doesn't solve everything between a couple, so I think looking down that long term commitment is really a different dynamic now."

For more scoop on what's coming next for The Big Bang Theory's most beloved relationships, take a look at Frazier's full interview with the cast in the video above!

The Big Bang Theory airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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