Johnny Galecki posted a photo of his injured wrist with an interesting hashtag. It looked like the beloved actor had gotten into a fight.
Galecki shared the picture to Instagram and fans were quick to express words of sympathy. He put up a side by side of an X-ray of his hand and then his hand in a black brace. The picture is found below.
The "Big Bang Theory" star is not letting the damage to his hand deter him, however. Two days ago, he revealed his upcoming project as co-executive producer of a new series. He damaged his hand five days ago.
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Galecki put a caption to accompany his post:
"Not the worst day but could have been better. Thanks to those at Cedar-Sinai Medical. #youshouldseetheotherguy"
The comment section was filled with well-wishes and concern. Many people were wondering who the other guy was. Others could relate to what they called a "boxer fracture."
Galecki's new show "Bait & Tackle," comes after his 12-season stint on the popular CBS comedy series.
The new show will follow three siblings who are taking over a family business. It is still unclear whether Galecki himself will star in the show as well as produce.
Fans might not know that the 43-year-old almost played the character of "Sheldon Cooper" rather than Dr. Leonard Hofstadter.
Galecki is also known for his time on the family show "Roseanne" which recently made a comeback before being canceled all within this year.
Head actress Roseanne Barr made inappropriate comments that implied racist beliefs. But Galecki had only appeared in one episode because the show is on a competing network.
Following Barr's remarks, Galecki appeared to respond when he posted a picture. It featured a collage of multiple races put in such a way to make one face.
Fans are still hoping that Galecki may appear on the rebooted show "The Conners" which features the other cast members of "Roseanne."
Scheduling conflicts may make it difficult from even making a cameo. Yet regarding his appearance, Galicki says fans should keep their "fingers crossed."
Let's also keep them crossed in hopes that the actor makes a speedy recovery following his wrist injury.