NCIS alum Pauley Perrette gets hurt, shares a unique way to deal with injury
Pauley Perrette from NCIS took to social media to share an interesting way she dealt with a new injury.
NCIS fans still know her as Chief Forensic Scientist Abigail “Abby” Beethoven Sciuto, but she left the show a few years ago.
For fans who want to go back and watch some of the great episodes that featured Pauley as Abby, they are all available for streaming on Paramount+.
Maybe one day, the show will figure out a way to feature her again before the series finale, but right now, she is just enjoying her retirement from television.
“Pretty sure (Totally sure) I broke my pinkie toe,” Pauley wrote as part of the caption to a new Instagram post.
“So I made a splint,” she added next to a picture of her foot.
Pauley Perrette makes a splint for her toe
“There’s a reason they call me #MacGIRLVER,” Pauley finished her innovative Instagram post.
In the picture, we see a closeup of Pauley’s foot with a makeshift splint that she devised from a package of batteries.
A lot of followers have already left messages of support, with some of her fans making sure that she is taking care of herself.
“Not fun at all. I’ve heard that what you did is basically the best thing to do unless it’s an open fracture, in which case you need to have it set, stitched, and antibiotics. Just my personal understanding, not a medical opinion,” one user commented on her post.
Below are just a few of the notes that her fans wrote.
More news from the world of NCIS
Some news about the NCIS: Los Angeles series finale came out, giving fans of the show something else to look forward to this spring.
The sad revelation that NCIS: LA is coming to an end was addressed by actor LL Cool J, who stated that the network had been treating them right.
It will be very interesting to see if LL Cool J accepts the invitation to play Sam Hanna on another show in the future. That would be a great way to keep the character going, and possibly open the door for more NCIS: LA cast members to appear again.
And for anyone who didn’t notice yet, a new The Last of Us star was on NCIS: LA before, where her character had a past that tied directly to Agent Sam Hanna.
NCIS airs Mondays at 9/8c on CBS.