You’d think that Producer Chuck Lorre would have enough of a forum to speak his mind, considering that he created the two popular CBS sitcoms Two and A Half Men and The Big Bang Theory. Apparently not, though, because he also takes the opportunity each week to share his thoughts during the credits of those shows.
As Slate explains, rather than airing a logo for his production company, Lorre caps off each episode with a brand new “Vanity Card” for a few split seconds at the end of his shows. These cards cover a series of different topics – from his childhood memories to his relationship with network censors. The article offers a few examples:
Fans of these shows can check out a full archive of every one of Lorre’s Vanity Cards on his website.