Kaley Cuoco has said she'd be ready to do a Big Bang Theory reunion when the fans want one.
The comedy sitcom wrapped after 12 hugely successful seasons back in 2019, with an emotional season finale.
But despite only two years having passed, 35-year-old Cuoco, who played Penny, said she'd be open to giving the show the reunion treatment.
"I would definitely be open to some sort of reunion show," she told E! News. "I can't wait for the Friends one, and so I'm definitely open to doing one ourselves as well."
Cuoco is referencing the upcoming Friends special, which is expected to air later this year and will see the original cast reunite onscreen for the first time since its finale in 2004.
While she's keen to get the cast back together, Cuoco concedes perhaps not enough time has passed since the Big Bang finale.
"It does still feel like yesterday that we wrapped," she said. "I think everyone is kind of trying out their new paths and seeing what their next project is, and I'm excited to see how everyone flourishes.
"I think in a few years or whenever anyone's open to it, I definitely will be down for that.
"It was a life-changing experience for all of us, and it'd be great to do that for the fans, too, because we had such an amazing fan base that stuck with us for so long."
In news that will delight fans, Cuoco said she still keeps in close contact with her cast mates, none more so than her onscreen love interest and real life ex-boyfriend, Johnny Galecki.
"Johnny and I are very close," she said. "We talk multiple times a week. In fact, he literally as this phone call started had just sent me a picture of his baby."
The US actress certainly doesn't need to do a Big Bang reunion in terms of her career.
Cuoco surprised fans and critics in her first big role post Big Bang in the dark comedy, The Flight Attendant, for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination and critical praise.
She told news.com.au late last year she tried to cast aside the pressure she felt to succeed in a new role post-Penny.
"Any project I was going to choose after Big Bang I knew was going to get a lot of attention, good or bad, no matter what I chose people would have thought it was either a good idea or not," she said at the time.
"I wasn't necessarily looking for this sort of drama or character but I knew that the right project … I would know deep in my gut."