When is The Big Bang Theory’s “Happy Birthday” coming back?
Posted On July 8, 2021
A new twist on the “Happy birthday” theme is on the way, but only one episode will make it back to air.
On Tuesday’s episode of the sitcom, “Happy Happy Birthday,” a character named Happy Happy Birthday Lisa (guest star Julia Roberts) says, “I’m so happy.”
That’s the word for it.
The original Happy Birthday theme was used in the 1970s and 80s on the CBS sitcom The Happy Days.
The theme was featured in the series “The Happy Days,” which aired from 1969 to 1973.
On the set of The Happy Years, Happy Birthday’s main character, Johnny Sullivan (Kevin James), had an elaborate birthday party for his friends.
They wore happy birthday suits and hats, and Johnny would give them presents and give them a ring to wear on their finger.
The Happy Birthday episode that aired on April 8, 1969, featured a special birthday party featuring a birthday cake and balloons.
That episode also featured an episode in which Happy Birthday, who is played by Josh Radnor, says, “… and the whole world, that I’ve come to, I’ve got a big birthday party coming up.
I’m going to have the greatest birthday ever.
And I’m gonna be so happy, I don’t care who says it.
I love you, I love everybody.”
Happy Birthday Liza, the character who’s supposed to say Happy Birthday on the show, says she’s happy, but she’s still very much “Happy.”
“I’m a lot happier now than I was then,” Liza tells the audience.
“I mean, I’m really, really happy, so I can’t be happy all the time.
I have to do things, you know?” she says.
Liza also says, “”Happy birthday to you!””
That’s one of the hardest things for me to say, because it’s not about me, and it’s just something I do every day.
It’s not something I’m proud of,” she says, adding, “If I had to do something every day, I’d be happier than I am.
Happy birthday, Liza!
Happy holiday, Liz!
Happy Happy birthday!