Kunal Nayyar, best known for his role as Rajesh Koothrappali in the sitcom, The Big Bang Theory, recently appeared on the British television show, Sunday Brunch, and shared some behind-the-scenes secrets of the show. Nayyar made a shocking revelation about his co-star Johnny Galecki’s strange habit that he had developed over 12 years of filming.
The Big Bang Theory’s apartment set was complicated, with stairs that led to nowhere. The actors had to hold the ends of the staircase as the set was being changed to portray a different floor. The staircase scenes in the show appear seamless, and fans would never have guessed that the stairs led to a wall that had so much of Galecki’s chewing gum on it.
According to Nayyar, Galecki had developed a disgusting habit of sticking his chewing gum on the wall near the staircase. Nayyar jokingly suggested that for any Johnny Galecki fans who were interested in his dried chewing gum, it was probably available for sale somewhere on the internet. Nayyar’s comments about Galecki’s habit may not have been well-received by some, but they provide an interesting insight into the behind-the-scenes world of the show.
Fans are often interested in behind-the-scenes reveals about their favorite shows and movies, even if the stars or creators would rather keep those details away from the public. Although Galecki’s behavior is undoubtedly gross, it is not the grossest thing an actor has done on set. For instance, on the reality show 90 Day Fiance, a cast member blew her nose and put the tissue in her plate, grossing out other cast members.
The Big Bang Theory was a hugely successful show that ran for 12 seasons and came to an end in 2019. It also inspired a spinoff show, Young Sheldon, which started airing in September 2017. The show’s main character, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons), is a quirky theoretical physicist, and the spinoff is based on his life when he was younger.
Sheldon’s friends in The Big Bang Theory include Raj (Nayyar), Leonard Hofstadter (Galecki), Penny (Kaley Cuoco), and Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg). The show was filmed in front of a live studio audience, which added to its authenticity.
Galecki has not yet addressed Nayyar’s embarrassing allegations, but it is interesting to note how committed he was to this habit. Fans of the show may not be grossed out by Galecki’s habit as much as everyone else, and it may even become a piece of trivia for them. However, as sets are torn down after a show ends, Galecki’s gross behavior is likely a fact that cannot be proven in real life.
In conclusion, Kunal Nayyar’s recent appearance on Sunday Brunch has shed light on some of the behind-the-scenes secrets of The Big Bang Theory. His confession about Johnny Galecki’s strange habit has generated a lot of interest among fans of the show. While it may be a gross habit, it is not the grossest thing an actor has done on set, and it provides an interesting insight into the world of TV production. The Big Bang Theory was a hugely successful show that inspired a spinoff, and it will continue to be a fan favorite for many years to come.