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Holliston Boy Meets Stars Of 'Big Bang Theory'

HOLLISTON (CBS) – If music from the hit show Big Bang Theory is playing, you'll find 8-year-old Jackson Bisazza on the couch with his two best buds, who are also his parents.

"It's really become a huge part of his life," said his mother, Wendy Bisazza.

But Thursday night's new episode is extra special, because Jackson watched it be made.

Jackson, of Holliston, got the chance to meet some of the actors from his favorite television show, CBS's the Big Bang Theory.

He recently was invited to Los Angeles to watch a taping of the show and meet members of the cast.

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Kaley Cuoco with Jackson Bisazza. (Image Credit: Wendy Bisazza)

It was an act of kindness by Jackson that started all this.

In 2016, he was in the news when he helped deliver 30 "Survival Kits For Law Enforcement Officers" to members of the Holliston Police Department.

The WBZ-TV story went viral, and in it, the little superfan shared his very favorite show.

A writer saw it, and soon, Jackson was heading to Los Angeles to meet his favorite cast.

"I thought we were going to get a picture, maybe everyone would pose for a picture with him, and I was just blown away," his mother said.

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Jackson Bisazza poses for a photo with Mayim Bialik on the set of Big Bang Theory. (Image Credit: Wendy Bisazza)

During his visit, Jackson was able to snap photos with stars Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar, and Mayim Bialik on set.

The episode Jackson was in attendance for aired Thursday night on WBZ-TV.

Jackson met all his favorites, and he got a special tour from the stars.

"He sat on Sheldon's spot and I took a quick picture and I stood there and cried. I felt somebody come up next to me and started hugging me, and it was Kaley Cuoco," his mother said. "I'm like, 'You're comforting me?" And she's like, 'This is just unbelievable.' I said, 'You have no idea. This is literally a dream come true for this little boy.'"

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Jackson Bisazza and Big Bang Theory actor Kunal Nayyar. (Image Credit: Wendy Bisazza)

Jackson said the experience made his feel "good."

"Good, yeah," he said.

"I hope she went home thinking, 'I'm making a difference (for) this little boy, yeah it's a job but I'm brightening the day every day for this little boy by doing this job," his mother said of Cuoco.

Little does Jackson know, he is the one making life brighter for everyone lucky enough to meet him.

Jackson has undergone two dozen surgeries at Children's Hospital on his hips and pelvis. Those operations have finally enabled him to walk.

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