Kaley Cuoco Recalls Filming Sex Scenes With Ex Johnny Galecki

first_img“We got together and just fell mad for each other for two years, but then we broke up,” she continued. “Luckily, Johnny and I came out of it so brilliantly and we’re closer today than we ever were.”Kaley Cuoco Recalls Filming Sex Scenes With Ex Johnny GaleckiJohnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco Rich Fury/Invision/AP/ShutterstockOn The Big Bang Theory, Cuoco and Galecki played Penny and Leonard, respectively, from September 2007 to May 2019. The pair’s characters dated off and on throughout the show before getting married in the season 9 premiere.In 2013, Galecki explained that he didn’t want his former romance with Cuoco to be a distraction for fans watching Penny and Leonard’s love story unfold on the series.- Advertisement – Talk about awkward! While most people can avoid their exes after breaking up, Kaley Cuoco had to simulate lovemaking with former beau Johnny Galecki for The Big Bang Theory.During a recent episode of Dax Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast, Cuoco said that the former couple had to film sex scenes not long after calling it quits in 2009.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “When we broke up, obviously, it was a little sensitive for a minute, but I remember those weeks that [cocreator] Chuck [Lorre] had written these episodes where all of a sudden our characters were, like, sleeping together every other second,” the 34-year-old actress said on Monday, November 9. “Johnny and I talk about it, and I think [Chuck] did that on purpose just to f–k with us.”Kaley Cuoco Recalls Filming Sex Scenes With Ex Johnny Galecki 2Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki in The Big Bang Theory CBSCuoco added, “If I was with him, I would ask him because that came out of nowhere. All of a sudden, these characters were all up on each other.”The Flight Attendant star’s relationship with Galecki, 45, began at the start of the CBS sitcom in 2007 and ended in 2009. “We dated really early on for almost two years. When we did the pilot, I was crushing so hard on Galecki, but he had a girlfriend,” she explained.- Advertisement – “We’re dear friends, still. Kaley’s not just an ex, she’s a part of my life. I just don’t like to speak about it,” he told CBS! Watch magazine at the time. “Not because I’m trying to be enigmatic; I just worry that it will conflict with people’s acceptance of Leonard and Penny. I get the curiosity, but I don’t want to distract from the story.”Though Cuoco and Galecki didn’t work out in real life, the former duo still found happiness in love. The 8 Simple Rules alum married equestrian Karl Cook in 2018, while the Roseanne alum welcomed a son, Avery, with girlfriend Alaina Meyer in 2019.Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news!last_img read more

After 30-minute lull to end regulation, SU gets 2nd victory of season on overtime free-kick

first_img Comments Published on October 6, 2010 at 12:00 pm The ball barely left the Syracuse half. The few times Syracuse managed to get the ball into Colgate territory, it went to two SU forwards overwhelmed by four Colgate defenders. Every feeble attempt at an attack during the duration of the last 30 minutes of regular time was quickly recovered by the Raiders. SU defender Jakob Karlgren said the Orange was left hanging. SU played 60 quality minutes in its game against No. 24 Colgate Wednesday. Syracuse (2-5-3) got the 3-2 win off an overtime free kick by midfielder Mark Brode. In those 60 quality minutes, the Orange controlled the ball. It completed passes through the middle. It kept possession. It put immediate pressure on the Colgate (5-2-3) offense. It scored. Twice. Soccer games, however, last 90 minutes. The Orange never maintained a steady composure in the last third of regular time. Colgate dominated that last half-hour of play, chipping away at the Orange lead. With five minutes left to play, Colgate tied the game, sending it into overtime. ‘In the first half we outnumbered them in the middle, so we moved the ball much better,’ Brode said. ‘We were just taking our chances. And then I feel like we started to get a little bit tired, started to get a little content with our 2-0 lead, and we started messing up pretty bad. All we were doing was clearing, clearing, and we just got bombarded with so much pressure.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder text With less than a minute left in overtime, Brode vindicated the SU team that had showed up for those first 60 minutes. Brett Jankouskas was fouled just outside the 18-yard line, setting up a free kick. Midfielder Nick Roydhouse, who had unsuccessfully taken a similar free kick earlier in the game, stepped up to the ball with Brode. Surprising both the opposing team and some of his own teammates, Brode took the shot instead of Roydhouse. The ball sailed to the right of Colgate goalkeeper Chris Miller to end the game. ‘I had a little feeling,’ defender Karlgren said. ‘It was the same as when we won the last game (against Northeastern). It was a nice feeling and a wonderful free kick.’ Brode was responsible for Syracuse’s first goal, as well. He headed the ball past the goalie off a corner kick taken by Roydhouse 20 minutes into the half. Only 1:03 later, the Orange struck again. Fredrik Forsman flicked the ball over the goalie’s head to gain that 2-0 lead. Although Roydhouse did not start because of what he said was a ‘coach’s decision,’ he played a big role in the game. He was the spark that got his teammates to find the back of the net. Both goals occurred within minutes of his arrival on the field, just more than 20 minutes into the game. Momentum was a big factor in the quick succession. ‘When we score one, they get down a little and we get pumped up, so we just kept going,’ Karlgren said. ‘I feel we could have scored some more goals.’ The breakdown of SU’s dominant play was obvious. The first sign of trouble came with a miscommunication between goalie Ryan Jones and Karlgren, which left the keeper at the top of the box. The play did not result in a scoring opportunity for the Raiders, but Syracuse began to lose control. The Orange showed signs of fatigue, and the team’s lack of experience defending a lead became apparent. Colgate scored two goals within about 11 minutes of each other. That period between the Raiders’ two goals was rife with scoring opportunities, including a corner kick and shot that barely missed by Colgate’s Steven Miller. ‘We haven’t had a lead all year, so we weren’t really too sure how to play with the lead,’ Roydhouse said. ‘It was actually a really good experience to have the lead, come back and then be able to win. It was kind of like the best of both worlds.’ So after a complete deterioration of SU’s quality performance, the team faced overtime. Jones said the Raiders still had control of the game coming off their resurgence in the second half. Colgate showed its dominance in the beginning of the 10-minute overtime with four shots to Syracuse’s one. But one shot is all it takes. No matter how well SU started the game, or how poorly it finished, all it needed was the opportunity for the set piece and Brode’s accurate right foot. Head coach Ian McIntyre was just happy with the win. ‘I thought they were on top,’ McIntyre said. ‘I thought their momentum continued. Without creating a lot of quality, they had the ball in our end most of the time. At the end of the day, they can have the ball all they want if we score that final goal. That’s the all-important one.’ alguggen@syr.educenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Successful ONE return as Folayang dominates Russian foe

first_imgLATEST STORIES Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours View comments PBA: Macklin lifts Magnolia past Meralco in farewell game Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trialcenter_img FILE PHOTO – ONE Championship: Kings of Destiny at Mall of Asia Arena last April 21. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFilipino MMA star Eduard Folayang had a triumphant return after he topped Kharun Atlangeriev of Russia in ONE: Unstoppable Dreams at Singapore Indoor Stadium Friday night.Folayang, who lost the ONE lightweight title after falling to Martin Nguyen in a second-round knockout in Manila, scored a unanimous decision win in his first fight in six months.ADVERTISEMENT But while Folayang emerged victorious with an impressive showing, his compatriot Roel Rosauro fell short as he bowed to Sunoto of Indonesia by unanimous decision.Nguyen also fought and won over hometown bet Christian Lee by split decision in the co-featured fight to retain the featherweight belt.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. With the victory, Folayang may have just set himself up for another shot at the title.The 33-year-old fighter out of the famed Team Lakay improved his record to 19 wins and six losses.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownAnd he did so by showcasing his striking skills and takedown defense.Folayang peppered Atlangeriev with inside and outside leg kicks and kicks to the body and head. Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water recedinglast_img read more

Northern Health opens applications for Imagine Community Grants

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Northern Health has announced that it is now taking applications for their Imagine Community Grants.The grants of up to $5,000 are available for eligible schools, community groups, and others that have an idea for a project that promotes healthy living. This is the second time that Northern Health is accepting applications this year. The first round back in April saw over $340,000 in funding given to 91 projects in 46 communities across northern B.C.Imagine Community Grants provide funding to community organizations, service agencies, First Nations organizations, schools, municipalities, regional districts, and other partners with projects that make northern communities healthier.- Advertisement -“Many local governments, community groups, schools, First Nations organizations, and other community stakeholders are leaders and promoters of healthy living,” said Health Minister Terry Lake. “These groups play a pivotal role in developing communities that promote health, prevent injury, and prevent chronic disease, and they’re a unique way to work towards our shared priorities of healthy eating, tobacco cessation, mental wellness, and active living.”Aligning with the Healthy Families BC Policy Framework, Imagine Grants fund projects with a focus on areas such as:Healthy eating and food securityPhysical activity and active livingInjury preventionTobacco-free communitiesPositive mental healthPrevention of substance harmsHealthy early childhood developmentHealthy agingOne example of a program that was started with the help of an Imagine grant in Fort St. john is NEAT’s Food Secure Kids community garden program at Duncan Cran, Robert Ogilvie, and Central Elementary Schools.Advertisement Applicants can apply for funding of up to $5,000 for each project. Preference will be given to projects that encourage different community groups to work together, address something that is missing in the community, help those who are disadvantaged or vulnerable, develop skills and resources in the community, and feature a plan to live on in the community after the funding ends.Grant information and application forms are available on Northern Health’s Imagine Grants website. Information can also be obtained via e-mail at imagine.grants@northernhealth.ca or by phone at 250-565-2131.The deadline for application submissions is October 31st.last_img read more