All good things must come to an end. CBS and Warner Brothers Television aren't repeating the mistake they made with "Two and a Half Men." Continuing the series for three seasons after the bitter parting between Charlie Sheen, and producer Chuck Lorre was a mistake. "The Big Bang Theory" won't continue without Dr. Sheldon cooper. Entertainment Weekly reports Jim Parsons has decided to walk away from the hugely successful sitcom, and a salary of nearly $1 million an episode in 2019. CBS was trying to negotiate a deal for 2 more years that would have grossed Parsons, Kaely Cuoco, johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, and Kunal Nayyar a reported $50 million each. We still have "Young Sheldon."

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