THE Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik has posted some hilarious show bloopers to celebrate co-star Jim Parsons’ birthday.
The Amy Farrah-Fowler star, 45, featured in the popular sitcom from 2010-2019.
The actress took to social media to wish the Sheldon Cooper actor a happy birthday with a compilation of the show’s best blunders.
Alongside the clip she wrote: “”Happy Birthday Jim!! Shamy Bloopers!
“I worked alongside this man for almost a decade and basically imitated him as Amy.
“Now we work together as producers of @callmekatfox, and it’s all a wonderful blessing to know and love @therealjimparsons.
“Happiest of birthdays to you, my friend,” she concluded. “To celebrate, here are some bloopers from our time together on set!”
Back in January, Mayim revealed she was “totally shocked” when Jim wanted to work with her again after their stint on the sitcom together.
The programme, which is based on Miranda Hart’s comedy Miranda, follows a 39-year-old single woman called Kat who opens up a cat cafe after losing her job.
However when Mayim was first approached about the role, she couldn’t quite understand what Jim was getting at, and was left shell-shocked when he offered her the job.
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“I was like, ‘That sounds great. I totally think that’s a great idea!’ He was like, ‘No, Mayim. I’m telling you about this because I want you to play her.’
“I was totally shocked that Jim Parsons wanted to still work with me. I think I’m very annoying, but he apparently thinks I’m not as annoying as I think I am, because he wanted to work with me!”
It was also announced in January that Mayim would become the new co-host of game show Jeopardy! after former presenter Alex Trebek lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in November last year.