Big Bang Theory
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting says Season 9 of "The Big Bang Theory" will answer a lot of questions. Pictured: Leonard (Johnny Galecki, left) and Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, right) in Season 8. CBS

"The Big Bang Theory" has a lot of questions to answer after leaving both its main relationships -- Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik) -- on major cliffhangers. After the Season 8 finale, viewers were left wondering if Sheldon would be able to win Amy back and, more importantly, if the highly anticipated Penny-Leonard wedding would really happen. However, speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting hinted that, for Penny and Leonard at least, fans need not worry.

"Between Leonard and Penny, all the dreams came true for me. I'll put it that way," said Cuoco-Sweeting. "I've been waiting many seasons for it."

Hopefully, that means the couple's wedding will go off without a hitch.

In the Season 8 finale, Leonard confessed to Penny that he had kissed someone else earlier in their relationship. He wanted to have no secrets going into their marriage, but the confession had Penny doubting Leonard's commitment. Then, the show teased the appearance of the girl behind the mystery kiss in Season 9, causing fans to fear that the couple could end their engagement.

It would be hard to believe that Cuoco-Sweeting would have been dreaming about a Leonard and Penny breakup, so it seems safe to assume that the thing Cuoco-Sweeting has been "waiting many seasons for" is the couples long-awaited wedding.

Either way, Cuoco-Sweeting seemed to confirm to Entertainment Tonight that the first few episodes would reveal the pair's fate.

"We've shot a couple episodes, and it has been amazing right out of the gate. I even think the next one we shot is funnier than the first one we shot," said Cuoco-Sweeting. "It answers a lot of questions. We're off to a great start."

Watch Cuoco-Sweeting's interview below:

How will it all play out? Fans will have to wait to find out. Season 9 of "The Big Bang Theory" premieres on CBS on Sept. 21.