‘Big Bang Theory’ Song Now on Sale on iTunes

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The song Howard sung his wife Bernadette on last night’s “Big Bang Theory” wasn’t just hilarious, it was also for a good cause.

“If I Didn’t Have You (Bernadette’s Song) [MusiCares® version]” is now for sale on iTunes, with proceeds going to MusiCares, a drug rehab support service run by the Recording Academy.

The full cast is featured on the song, which was written by Kate Micucci (who played Raj’s ultra-shy ex-girlfriend Lucy on the show) and her music partner Riki Lindhome, who perform as the comedy folk duo Garfunkel and Oates.

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  1. Sandra R. Pereira says:

    Please, do not -mail me any thing else from Variety.

  2. Sherry says:

    It’s very cool that the song ‘s proceeds will go to a worthy cause, but you’re killing me with the incorrect grammar in that first sentence. Should be: “The song Howard *sang to* his wife Bernadette on last night’s “Big Bang Theory” wasn’t just hilarious, it was also for a good cause.” Not “The song Howard sung…” Where’s the editor?

    • Gary Shaw says:

      Hey, people of the TV world….we love the show over here in England….so it’s such a shame your stupid licensing laws (?!) don’t allow us to download the song from UK iTunes!!

  3. Cassidy says:

    dear lord, kate micucci will be back. i mean, thanks for the great song, girl, but blergh. i can’t decide which character is more grating – lucy or amy. oy to the vey.

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