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Мой любимый сериал!!! Я так плакала в финале 👍👍👍
This made me ball and young Sheldon did too I will miss bbt 😭
Movie or stage version next :D
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ooouuf im getting teary eyed again
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Can’t imagine being in the live audience. So lucky
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Trouble is only opportunity in work clothes.
The answer is $$$$$
I'll miss the show. 12 seasons i laugh,cry etc with you. so many great episodes and awesome cameos :(
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