Inside Kaley Cuoco's Wedding

The actress says she wants this to "get fixed" for the final season of the hit CBS sitcom.

Drake accidentally wrote a soap opera for "The Late Late Show."

James Corden teamed up with Kaley Cuoco and Joel McHale to act out a dramatic scene written entirely from Drake lyrics.

And it surprisingly all makes a lot of sense. Until McHale slips in a Cardi B line, "Look, I don't dance now. I make money moves. I don't gotta dance. I make money--"

"I'm sorry, that's not Drake," Corden interrupted his co-star in "The Bold and the Lyrical."

When McHale and Corden weren't busy fighting over Cuoco as Keke from Drake's hit song "In My Feelings," they were talking to her about the final season of "The Big Bang Theory."

"How would you like the show to end?" Corden asked his guest.

"I would like the elevator to get fixed," she said. "The stairs have gotten more and more exhausting as our seasons have gone on."

"I'd like to say, I'll play Jim Parsons' role and I'll just take half the money he was offered," McHale joked before dropping a "bazinga!"

When Corden asked Cuoco about how the cast and crew reacted to CBS cancelling the hit sitcom, even though ratings were still booming in the eleventh season.

"It was definitely tough. There was not a dry eye in the room. A lot of hysterical sobs," she said. "It wouldn't have mattered when it ended, we all wold have been very devastated."

Season 12 of "Big Bang" premieres Monday at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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