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'Big Bang Theory' stars want a big raise
CBS is banking heavily on "The Big Bang Theory," moving the hit comedy to Thursday nights in the fall. Now the three main stars of "The Big Bang Theory" are looking to take the show's production company to the bank.
According to Forbes.com, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parsons are looking to renegotiate their current contracts, which pay them the mere pittance of $65,000 per episode. The three stars are reportedly asking for $250,000 per episode, a 285 percent raise.
Even if they got the desired raise, each of the three stars would make only a fifth of what Charlie Sheen makes to star in "Two and a Half Men," the comedy that "Big Bang Theory" supplanted earlier this year as TV's most watched among the key 18-49 demographic.
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