Not long after she suffered a major injury to her hand in a car accident, Mayim Bialik said that the producers of “The Big Bang Theory” were working as hard as they could to ensure that they would be able to make it appear as though everything was right with the world of Amy Farrah Fowler. Now that she has had a little bit more time to work with them in the post-injury aftermath, it still looks as though everything is working out without any problems.
Speaking on Friday’s edition of CBS This Morning, Bialik said that following some more filming on the episodes, everything is thankfully working out without a problem:
“I wanted to give our writers the opportunity to see, like, is this going to work? … Can we hide it? Can we work around it? Is it something we need to write in? … We’ve been able to hide it.”
Bialik’s storyline for the upcoming season of the CBS series is by and large still under wraps, though we do know that Amy is going to continue to push her relationship with Dr. Sheldon Cooper to new heights. Of course, the main question that we have at the moment is just much Sheldon is going to be willing to allow her to delve deeper into what is effective a brick wall when it comes to romance (with a few “bazingas” mixed in for good measure).
“The Big Bang Theory” will return to TV on Thursday, September 27 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time, and you can expect one of the early storylines to revolve mostly around some of Howard Wolowitz’s adventures in space. If you want to check out some more news pertaining to Mayim’s injury, be sure to follow the link here.