'The Conners': Johnny Galecki Teases That He Could be Coming Back For Season 2
Johnny Galecki, also known as "Leonard Hofstadter" in The Big Bang Theory, might return to the screen for the second season of The Conners! We would love to see him reviving one of his iconic characters!
The Big Bang Theory ended a couple of weeks ago and fans still miss Johnny Galecki in his role as "Leonard Hofstadter", however, the actor recently teased that he could revive another one of his iconic characters!
On social media, Johnny teased a return to The Conners as "David Healy" for the second season of the ABC sitcom; he originated the character on the show's predecessor Roseanne in 1992.
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I may be putting the (literal/figurative) pants of #davidhealy back on for one or two more stories on @theconnersabc this year. Twenty some years later I'm still in awe of this freakass carnie group who adopted me early on and still learn so very much from them whenever in their presence. ❤️ ❤️❤️@thesaragilbert #lauriemetcalf
We would love to see Johnny Galecki in The Conners!
Johnny Galecki appeared on the original Roseanne from 1992 to 1997, and in 2018 as a guest. The Conners revolves around how the Conner family struggles to get by on a limited household income; the family members are forced to face daily life situations after the death of the original's show main character "Roseanne."
Although Galecki might come back to the series, he has also said that he needs "a little bit of space from being a series regular again.”