"The Big Bang Theory" is known for its hilarious obsession of involving fictional characters on the show. In previous seasons the sit-com has referenced various fantasy shows like Star Trek, The Lord of The Rings and Harry Potter. On various occasions, the characters have dressed up as DC super heroes, Batman, Superman, Thor, Green Lantern and The Flash. Now, for the first time in its nine-season run, "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10 is bringing a real live-action "The Flash" to their set.
In a report by Cinema Blend, showrunner Steve Molaro described how the Marvel superhero, The Flash would enter "The Big Bang Theory" screen. "He appears in one of Sheldon's (Jim Parsons) dreams. He does insane things. It's a Flash we may not be used to," he said.
However, the comedy sit-com's The Flash would not be played by Grant Gustin who plays the role of the fastest man on earth on the current "The Flash" series but actor Brandon Jones of "Pretty Little Liars."
The viewers had always known Sheldon's dreams as a product of his wild imagination. Some of his most prominent dreams involve time-travelling and Star Trek's Mr. Spock so it's not impossible that he would dream of his favorite DC hero.
On the other hand it seems like we are going to see a big leap on Sheldon and Amy's (Mayim Bialik) snail-paced relationship. After consummating their relationship on Amy's birthday last season, the two are moving in together. However, the cohabitation is just an experiment for now, Molaro said.
"There are some big experiments in store for them and their relationship," Molaro told Entertainment Weekly, "A good way to trick Sheldon into doing things is by framing it in terms of science," he added.
This move will not only affect their relationship because if Sheldon and Amy finally decides to move in together, it will also allow Penny (Kaley Cuoco) and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) to live together alone after getting married last season. The fans could expect more romance this season. Molaro also stressed "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10 won't lose its comedic foundation.
"The Big Bang Theory" Season 10 will premiere on Monday, September 19 on CBS.