Television November 17, 2020
Kaley Cuoco Dishes on ‘The Flight Attendant’ and Her Own Wild Night Out
Kaley Cuoco is back with a new TV role after starring on the “The Big Bang Theory” from 2007 to 2019.
“Extra’s” Nate Burleson caught up with Kaley, who opened up about playing Cassie on HBO Max’s “The Flight Attendant,” and moving into her new home with husband Karl Cook.
Cuoco shared, “My husband and I, we bought a house over a year and a half ago. We never were able to move into it so quarantine/COVID gave us this opportunity to move into our home with all of our insane amount of animals and spend all these months together with our animals… I don't know if we would have had that experience if we didn't have the forced downtime.”
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Dishing on playing Cassie on “The Flight Attendant,” she went said, “It's about a girl who really loves being a flight attendant. She travels all over the world… and like any other flight attendant meets this very lovely man on the plane and he offers to take her out in Bangkok and she's like, ‘Okay…’ They have magical night in Bangkok, it goes on and on and on. Infused with a lot of alcohol and a lot of this and a lot of that. And at one point, it's, like, getting so hazy as the night goes on, and she wakes up and he is dead.”
This prompted Nate to ask, “Has there ever been a night where you woke up and you're like, ‘Oh, man…’?”
Kaley answered, “It was before I was married, but it was with Karl… I learned after that night that Kaley… is not allowed to drink sake… We were at a horse show, and I woke up dressed in my riding clothes and boots. By the way, I had ridden horses, the entire day before in heat.” She went on, “I looked over at Karl, I'm like, I'm like, ‘What, what, what, why?’ He's like, ‘You can't even ask,’ he's like, ‘You need to go shower… like, we need to not talk about this again…’ That's a true story, and he's still married me, so and I haven't had sake since.”
“The Flight Attendant” premieres November 26 on HBO Max.