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The Big Bang Theory Fans Agree This Is One Of Howard's Best Moments

Superheroes, science, and science fiction are some of the ingredients used in the CBS hit comedy series "The Big Bang Theory." The show first aired in 2007 and ran for 12 hilarious seasons that have made it a show worthy of binge-watching. There isn't just one reason "The Big Bang Theory" was so successful; there are a lot of reasons, one of which being that cast members like Kaley Cuoco, who played Penny, and Jim Parsons, who played Sheldon Cooper, delivered spot-on portrayals of their characters in each episode.

Each actor was flawlessly cast to play their characters, and over the years, audiences got to experience the different seasons of each character's personality on the show. Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) in particular is one that fans grew to have strong opinions about, both positive and negative. However, whether fans think Howard is great or terrible doesn't appear to influence their opinions on what they consider to be the character's best moment on "The Big Bang Theory."

Howard's song to Bernadette continues to make fans smile

In Season 7 of "The Big Bang Theory," after Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz (Melissa Rauch) is forced to quarantine due to a lab accident on the anniversary of her and Howard's first date, Howard enlists his closest pals to help him sing what could possibly qualify as the most romantic song a self-proclaimed geek could ever hear. The song is a sweet tune filled with scientific references and sprinkled with mentions of "Doctor Who" and mac and cheese that Howard sings while playing the piano. Years later, even though there are plenty of "Big Bang Theory" episodes that fans always skip on a rewatch, they're still warm and fuzzy about this one. When a thread on Reddit asked for everyone's favorite Howard moments, u/MishkaaB wrote, "The song he wrote and sang for Bernadette was such a beautiful and emotional scene."

The song is filled with quirky and complex lyrics, and it took the song's co-writers, "Big Bang Theory" alumnae and Garfunkel and Oates members Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome, around a week to write (via The Hollywood Reporter). Micucci praised Simon Helberg's musical abilities, saying, "It was so exciting to watch Simon and the cast sing it. Simon is such an amazing actor and musician; he never failed to bring us to tears." And when asked how many takes were needed for the scene in question, she responded, "There was only one take. Simon nailed it." Overall, the episode shows a heartwarming moment between Howard and Bernadette, and the rest of us can only hope to know someone who inspires us to sing and prevents us from feeling like "Doctor Who without the Tardis."