THE BIG BANG BOMBSHELL! Jim Parsons' tell-all to expose former co-stars Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki
GRAMERCY PARK, NEW YORK CITY: Seems like all is not well between the castmates of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ with rumors of Jim Parsons readying his guns in a new tell-all memoir! Parsons’ tell-all is being written by Jessica Radloff, to whom he had opened up about his experiences on the show.
A report by RadarOnline said the actor who played television’s favorite nerd, Sheldon Cooper, is all set to expose his castmates Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco in the upcoming book. Parsons wanting to drag his longtime castmates in the mud apparently has everything to do with them expressing their surprise and subsequent disappointment at his exit from the show, something that he says he kept them well warned about. He left the show in 2020 and the show was subsequently completed as well, with screenwriters believing it was a good time to end.
Parsons had left because he thought he was ready to explore other opportunities. At the time of his exit, he, Galecki and Cuoco were making a million dollars for each episode. “I was shocked,” Galecki said about Parsons quitting. “We were just blindsided that day. We’re a family; have a conversation!”
It would seem that Parsons did not take Galecki’s open surprise lightly, with him being sure that his castmates were well informed and they had come to terms with his exit. “Jim was blinded by THAT,” an inside source had exclaimed. “He believes he made it clear to all his co-stars he was ready to leave the show and for them to point fingers now and make it seem like he pulled the rug out from underneath them is unfair!”
“It was really interesting because it was sort of a decompression of those 12 years that I didn’t realize how helpful that would be,” he admitted. He had not liked the way they made it seem as if he pulled the rug from underneath Galecki and Cuoco’s feet, which is what sparked Parsons’ need to tell the story from his point of view. “He wants to set the record straight and lay bare the real details of his departure — and it won’t be pretty,” the insider has claimed.
Parsons’ stint on the show had all but cemented him as an all-time comedic acting great with the capacity to dig deep into any role he picked up, but the road away from the show was not easy. In 2019, he spoke about the hard time he had around the time of his exit from the show. “It was a complicated road, as you can imagine. I had a contract with Intel and so I'd scheduled that, I was exhausted. So I went and did the commercial, I came back, and then Monday I went to do the play, and (the dog) had a really bad seizure that night, so I knew that we had to make a decision.”