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Jim Parsons fractured his foot during his Broadway show
May 17th, 2018 under Broadway, Sick Bay. [ Comments: none ]


During Saturday’s matinee of The Boys in the Band, Jim Parsons fell and fractured his foot. He was not able to do the next couple of performances and an understudy had to fill in. You know the saying, “The show must go on”? Well, it did!

His Big Bang Theory nemesis went the show yesterday and John Ross Bowie shared a photo of the injured actor. The Speechless star wrote, “This is my friend Jim. Jim has a fractured foot. That did not stop Jim from going on in a boot for this evening‘s performance of The Boys In The Band. His work ethic and professionalism Always astonish me, but tonight was something else.” Then he added, “His performance is funny, mean, tragic and human. Also, I have never heard him curse so much. Honorable mention – the rest of the cast, each of whom have shining moments under the direction of Joe Mantello.
Thanks for a great evening of theater, Jim.”

Bowie also shared a sign from the Broadway theater that said Parsons is not in pain. And neither are the audience members because Sheldon Cooper’s TV brother Jerry O’Connell also praised the show and that was before he did it with a broken tootsie. If you are in NYC, go see it before it closes on August 11th.

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Huey Lewis and the News forced to cancel all upcoming shows
April 13th, 2018 under Sick Bay. [ Comments: 2 ]


Huey Lewis and the News’ album Sports is one of the greatest full albums of all time. That is why almost 35 years after it came out people still love to see them live. Sadly today, Huey Lewis announced that he has no choice but to cancel all of the band’s future dates.

Two and a half months ago, after a concert in Dallas, the 67-year-old lost his hearing. To this day, it has not come back, and doctors said that he should cancel his tour. The singer has been to some of the best doctors in the country and they still do not know what is wrong with him. They think he might have Ménière’s disease and according to the Mayo Clinic, most people have permanent hearing loss.

While he cannot hear his music, thus why he cancelled the shows, he can still hear one-on-one conversations and people on the phone. Hopefully, he will be one the few people who regains his hearing because after all the heart of rock’n’roll is still beating with him!

He proved to us that is hip to be square. Hopefully, with a new drug, he will be back to doing what he loves to do. That is making his fans happy as he sings the songs that make him happy.

Let’s pray to the Rock Gds that he will be back to rocking out before we all know it.

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Jaimie Alexander suffered a ruptured appendix
March 11th, 2018 under Sick Bay. [ Comments: none ]


On Blindspot, Jaimie Alexander seems indestructible, but in real life she can be taken down by ruptured appendix. Luckily doctors were able to save her before it was too late. Now, she is stuck recuperating in bed. Hopefully she will be kicking ass again soon! For some reason, I don’t think she will be down for long.

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Is this what Victoria Beckham will do to get out of a Spice Girls tour?
February 23rd, 2018 under Sick Bay, Spice Girls, The Beckhams. [ Comments: none ]


Victoria Beckham went on a ski trip with her family and came back with a broken foot. Actually a small stress fracture, but still enough for her to wear a boot on her left foot.

How long will she be like that? She did not say, but I am assuming long enough to keep her out of Spice Girls rehearsals for the tour that she says they are not going on.

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Colin Quinn’s heart was attacked on Valentine’s Day
February 20th, 2018 under Sick Bay. [ Comments: none ]


Valentine’s Day is all about the heart, but for Colin Quinn it had a whole different meaning. The comedian suffered a heart attack. On that day he Tweeted, “I guess this heart attack has really made me reflect. You know, we aren’t guaranteed tomorrow, or u really think about it.”

But now, less than a week later, he is back to his old self and making jokes about it. He said, “I’d like to thank the staff @mtsinainyc which I still call Beth Israel. They saved a great man’s life. They realized they had a precious jewel of comedy in their hands and they responded like a 47th st Hasidic appraiser with a mamezitser.”

Laughter is the best medicine and for someone who has been on Saturday Night Live, he knows all about that. So keep laughing Colin, maybe MTV will finally bring back Remote Control.

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