The cast of CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" is looking for bigger bucks for their bang. "The Hollywood Reporter" says lead stars Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco are looking to supersize their take home pay from 325-thousand-dollars per episode, up to a possible one-million-dollars per episode. The trio is reportedly negotiating together for their deal. Their "Big Bang" co-stars Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch have reportedly already inked deals that will see per episode increases from 20-to-30-thousand-dollars to 60-thousand-dollars and promises for yearly increases that will take them to 100-thousand-dollars by the end of their contracts. "The Big Bang Theory" is up for eight Emmy awards this Sunday. The show's new season kicks off September 26th on CBS.