Kaley Cuoco 100% knew how to caption her latest Instagram video. The “Big Bang Theory” alum went sneaky today as she updated from her second Instagram account – 34-year-old Kaley largely appears on her own feed, followed by 6.1 million, but she’s built up a cult following via chihuahua Dumptruck Dumpy‘s Instagram. The much-adored “foster fail” dog, formerly @dumps_does_ny, is now with Kaley in Toronto as she shoots Kevin Hart’s new movie. Thursday brought park action and a “butt mohawk.” Check it out below.
Scroll for the video. The above snap dates back to Kaley’s August NYC quarantine as she prepped mortadella chopped chicken breakfast for her four-legged friend.
The video, opting out of showing the sitcom star herself, instead showed Dumptruck Dumpy socializing in a muddy and leaf-strewn park and with another dog. The two were chasing one another – “Is Dumpy playing or just being mean?” Kaley asked as her dog was filmed in a blue coat. Kaley then lost it, heard laughing, also asking whether Dumpy had a “butt mohawk” or it was just his hair.
Keep scrolling for the video. If you aren’t familiar with Dumpy’s Instagram, he delivers the captions. This one mentioned quarantine and the fun hairdo as Dumpy wrote:
“If you’ve ever wondered what the opposite of making friends looks like, here you go. Also introducing the butt mohawk. Ask for it at Fantastic Sams. ✂️ lastly this hoodie fit better pre QT.”
“This is the kind of content we need right now!” one fan replied, with Kaley also being told: “Thanks, we all need this right now.” More after the video.
Kaley made headlines non-stop from August onwards as she resumed pandemic-paused filming for upcoming HBO Max series “The Flight Attendant.” Touted as fall’s hottest thriller, the series will see Kaley playing Cassandra Bowden, a woman who wakes up hungover in a Dubai hotel room only to find a dead body lying next to her.
The series, confirmed to begin airing on November 26, also features 31-year-old sister Briana Cuoco, plus “Game of Thrones” star Michiel Huisman and “Dr. Who” face Michelle Gomez.
Kaley, famous for earning $1 million an episode on NBC sitcom “Big Bang,” has revealed that the transition from comedy to thriller is spot-on for her. “The Flight Attendant” is based on a book by the same name, with Kaley telling UsWeekly:
“When I read the book description, I got a chill down my arms. It felt like a good mix of drama and dark comedy. Plus, a complicated female character is a dream role.”
“The Flight Attendant” also sees Kaley as executive producer, with her Yes, Norman Productions company (named after her dog) behind it all.