Mayim Bialik and Neil Patrick Harris were children’s actors in the early 1990s. After working together a few times, the two became great celebrities. But in a recent interview, Bialik revealed that one of her “worst” moments was the end of a close relationship.
Mayim Bialik and Neil Patrick Harris made cameos on each other’s shows
From 1989 to 1993, Harris watched teenage physician Douglas “Doogie” Howser on ABC medical drama Doogie Howser, MD In the season 2 program, “Ask Dr. Doogie, ”Bialik gave a brief overview of how Candace, a cancer patient treated by Doogie.
Bialik’s hit NBC sitcom, Warmth first in 1990, just a few months earlier Doogie Howser MD program broadcast. And a year later, Harris made a cameo on her show. in the Warmth season 2 program, “Rockumentary,” he played Blossom’s love interest, The “Charming” Derek Slade.
“Maybe I was in the second row, and I turned to my girlfriend and it was like, ‘I’m not going to stand for this,'” she recalled. “And then Neil Patrick Harris was on stage, practically standing above me, and I’m sure he’ll read my lips. So I jumped to my feet and I recommend, and again, it was great – everyone was great! – that wasn’t my thing. ”
When the Call me Kat a star went back on stage to meet Harris, he confirmed that he had heard her. “God bless Neil – this is how our relationship was – he says, ‘Why did you say you weren’t going to stand up?” Bialik said. “It was so awful. And I was like, ‘Neil, you were so amazing, I haven’t been on my feet yet, but I’m so proud of you!’ ”
But Bialik noticed that things had gone downhill from there. “It was the worst feeling, and I wrote him a note after, I don’t know if he ever got it,” she said. “Our social circles moved anyway, but I’m sure it ended our friendship. I’ve seen it since then, but this is one of those stories where there’s no way to feel good about what happened. Just no way. It’s horrible. ”
Bialik said she was appalled by the whole problem and suggested she had a high regard for Harris’ performance. “It was wonderful,” she said. “Everyone was so talented. I just wasn’t ready to stand. ”