Thomas Gibson Considers Return To Comedy Following Dramatic Firing From Criminal Minds

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Hmm… maybe this isn’t such a bad idea!

In a brief interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Thomas Gibson touched on his dramatic firing from Criminal Minds and what he plans to do next in his career.

Related: Thomas Secretly Filed For Divorce 2 Years Ago!

For those who may not remember, long before Criminal Minds even existed, Gibson starred in Chuck Lorre‘s husband and wife comedy Dharma and Greg. The actor portrayed Greg, an uptight yet lovable guy married to a wacky hippie named Dharma.

During the show’s five season run, Thomas received positive reviews from critics for his comedic chemistry with costar Jenna Elfman. It was undoubtedly a great time in the 54-year-old’s life.

Now that T.G. is a free agent, he’s thinking about reviving his funny bone to salvage what’s left of his career, telling THR:

“People always mention that they’d love to see me in a comedy again. Maybe it’s time ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ laughter being the best medicine.”

Well, as long as the South Carolina native gets some help with anger management, we don’t see why this can’t be a possibility. Ditching booze might not be a bad idea either

Luckily for the troubled star, Dharma and Greg co-executive producer Don Foster is down with the potential career change, reminiscing:

“Thomas brought something essential ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ the ability to be at once charmed, befuddled and impressed by Dharma.”

What a nice compliment!

So, do YOU think Thomas should take on comedy again? Maybe even a D&G revival??

[Image via IPA/WENN/ABC.]

Aug 26, 2016 3:13pm PDT

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