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  1. I too loved the looks at the beginning of the 100th episodes , but what stole the episode for me was that even though in his day dream he realized that things could end badly again, that there is a possibility that he could be hurt again , he still asks her out...he likes her so much that he felt the risk was worth taking. This is love not lust Regarding the Penny/Beverly situation , the writers were clearly hinting that Penny was the opposite of Beverly But The reason Leonard is insecure at the first place is that Beverly never showed any kind if affection , she never assured him that she loves him And it is clear that this is the same reason that Leonard is insecure in his relationship with Penny ( I agree that she shows him affection in her own way ) So the one thing Leonard has been craving his entire life is the assurance the that the person who he loves , loves him back . Which I hope Penny gives him soon So at this point I'm not sure if Penny can be modeled as opposite of Beverly when it comes to Leonard
    4 points
  2. How are those him supporting her? Of course he's doing it because he's a show-off and that he wanted to prove he is more superior to Penny or anyone for that matter. He helped her with Penny Blossoms because he thinks that it's the only thing that Penny could achieve to be more successful. He thought her Physics because he's willing to show off how much he knows of the topic and maybe even educate Penny because once he becomes successful in teaching Penny (who he so compared to an ape in that episode, something I find highly offensive Dr Cooper) then he would brag about it and even say he was able to share his knowledge to the "lower beings". They did the shoe app because it would be a hilarious way to end the episode. He was being an ass there, and since he wanted to do an app then de facto he's stuck with her. He's doing it for mere friendship and does not entail anything romantic. He told her to ask any question she wished because, again, he thinks of her as someone who doesn't know much and that he prides himself that he can answer anything she "wants to know" and that he might be able to help her be more "knowledgeable". He mostly go to her for advice when it comes to Amy nowadays because he thinks she knows about ROMANTIC relationships and about WOMEN--something that he regards her of and that something that's sweet of Sheldon since he IS aware he doesn't know much about women. Oh, and you said it yourself. He thinks of them as monkeys, and with Penny's lack of a PhD or a Master's Degree or even the lack of College Education, he thinks lowly of her compared to his friends when it comes to intelligence. That's the Sheldor Egomaniac I know.
    3 points
  3. Frankly I don't see much difference between the way the writers write L\P and S\A(apart from the fact that L\P have sex of course ) Apparently jealousy and alcohol are their go things when it comes to moving the relationships forward First kiss for both the couples were alcohol induced ones. Both Sheldon and Leonard were immediately attracted to Amy and Penny when they first met them Jealousy was what prompted both Leonard and Sheldon to make some courageous decisions.. when it comes to P\A Stuart was used as a foil to make progress in their relationships It always been the case of Leonard and Amy pushing Penny and Sheldon forward even thought when it was Penny and Sheldon who actually initiated their respective relationships...(Penny jumping Leonard when he comes back from northpole, Sheldon was the one to ask Amy to be his girlfriend).....(this fact constantly amuses me ) They are slowly working toward both Penny and Sheldon actually showing their feelings towards their respective partners because till now Penny is commitment phobic and Sheldon is touch phobic And as far as subtle hints are concerned , I think it just a matter of perspective , people have their preferences and they choose to analyze their favorite things more...as a result of which those subtle hints come across... And Shamy being the most popular couple... I don't know how anyone can decide this... because the amount of viewers is around 15 millions and almost all the pollings that I have come across had like around 2000-3000 votes max... And the point of trying to make Amy a acceptable character before establishing the fact the Sheldon wants couple-hood with her...If I am correct they established that fact as early as the 25-cat episode (the third one in which Amy appeared).... yes there were some hiccups later but it was clearly established that this was path they were going
    2 points
  4. Wow, there has been so much discussion about this episode, both here and at the other forum. I think I posted something initially about this episode and now that I've watched it a couple more times, taking into account a lot of what has been said, I guess I have a few more thoughts. I do agree that while Amy was being kind of arbitraty in her objections to Wil's performance, she wasn't trying to be hateful toward him. I don't know that she had any preconceived notions about him--there's no evidence given in that regard--but as others have pointed out, she did seem to let the director's role go to her head. Of course she would find no flaw in Sheldon, and it was ridiculous that she would object to Wil's initial words, since he barely had a chance to say anything. However, in her interactions with Wil, she did admit that it was her first time directing and she did try to explain what she wanted, in her blunt way (and I loved the "less Pinnochio, more real boy" comment ), but she never set out to deliberately insult him. She had a goal in mind and was simply trying to achieve it, however unrealistic and oblivious she might have been. As others have pointed out, Wil got his back up pretty quickly. On the one hand, it's kind of understandable at first--he's an experienced actor, doing his friend Sheldon a favor by participating in a pretty random, nerdy, weird webcast, and to have a "first-time director" gripe about his "performance" is understandably annoying. That being said, it was wrong of him to deliberately over-act just to get back at her, and it was wrong of him to call her a "pain in the A-S-S" to Sheldon in front of her. If he really wanted to complain or say that he couldn't work with her or whatever, he could have asked to speak to Sheldon in private, the way Amy did. She was offended and wanted to discuss the problem, but she chose to speak to Sheldon in private. Now, if Wil had talked to Sheldon privately instead of insulting Amy, Sheldon would still have been put in an awkward place of having to talk to Amy about her directing job, or whatever, but it would have been more proper. As a musician, there are times when I've worked with incompetent or rude conductors. Even if you know you know more than the conductor, you're obligated, whether you're playing for free or getting proper scale, to do what the conductor wants. Sometimes you just have to smile and nod and say, "Yes, sir" and do it the way he wants--at least in rehearsal. There's little they can do during the performance... Anyway, so because of all of this I feel that while Amy was essentially ridiculous in her assessment of Wil's performance, he was deliberately rude and insulting to her, knowing she was Sheldon's girlfriend (I assume he knew) and knowing that he was deliberately putting Sheldon in the middle of it. So, yeah, I think he did owe Amy an apology, even if he decided he didn't want to do the webcast after all or whatever. I think WW was more wrong than Amy. As for the question about Drunk!Sheldon--I think that there have only been a couple of times where he has chosen to drink. In the Apology Insufficiency, he told Penny that he wanted alcohol specifically and he tried to choose a cocktail. But then whatever it was she served him, he didn't like the way it tasted and kept spitting it out (and may I say, that shot glass of liquid that had been in Jim's mouth 3 or 4 times looked pretty nasty when he finally walked away. YAK! In the Pants Alternative, he hadn't intended to drink until at the last minute he thought he was going to faint. He went ahead and drank the drinks that Penny put in front of him (and apparently a little more from the bottle!) because he thought the alternative was to faint. In the Stag Convergence he wanted to drink in order to participate in the social conventions regarding stag parties, but he again hated the taste and even wiped his tongue, as I recall. I don't think they showed him drinking all that much, just that at one point he declared that he was drunk. And for some reason I love the way he's moving in slo-mo the next day and then quietly disappears into the bathroom, then comes out and says, "I just threw up the bachelor party..." But the first time he gets drunk, in the Grasshopper Experiment, and this last time, he didn't know he was drinking. I think that in this episode, when Penny suggested a Long Island Iced Tea he really, naively, had no idea he was drinking alcohol. That's why he chugged it down so quickly and denied that he needed to take it slow. He thought he was drinking tea, which he was very experienced with drinking. And I don't think they were using a fake glass--you see him stir the drink with his straw and you can watch his throat working while he's sucking that thing down. I don't think there would be any need to use any kind of trick glass (how would that work, anyway?) I don't know if the ice cubes were real or not and I agree there were a lot of them in the glass, very likely to limit the amount of liquid he had to suck down, but I do think it was funny, physical comedy to see him do that, and I'm sure it was real in that regard. Someone who went to the taping said they did that scene twice and that JP ended up sucking down a total of 4 glasses like that. But I don't think there's any agenda in regard to how Sheldon feels about drinking because of his dad. They really have never made any assertions that his father died from drinking. Whether or not he was an alcoholic might be a matter of speculation, but I don't think they've ever come out and said that. Yeah, he got drunk at times, but we don't know if it was an every day thing or if he just liked to drink (and argue with Mrs. Cooper, etc.) I don't think that Sheldon's general aversion to drinking has anything to do with his dad's drinking--at least, not that they've ever said--but seems to just be part of his upbringing and/or maybe he feels it would interfere with his work. He seems to disdain it in others, at least to some degree, but he doesn't seem to be afraid to want to try it once in a while. I do think that the writers are a little more deliberate and careful about what they do with the Shamy, but I don't think it has to do with opinion poll so much as it has to do with the fact that they view them as one of the most unique couples on television, as I believe Chuck Lorre (and maybe BIll Prady, too) has said. Chuck said that when they talk about Sheldon and Amy that they sometimes have to kind of compare how a "normal" couple might react to a given situation with how Sheldon and Amy might react instead. So I think they try to keep S & A's individual personalities and peculiarities in mind when putting them into any given situation or in coming up with story ideas for them as a couple. That's not to say they don't think about how they write the other couples, but just that L&P and/or H&B might be a little easier to think through because even with the nerd issues and other personality issues, they're more likely to react a little more "normally" than S&A.
    2 points
  5. SodidIwin - thanks. Jean - I do think that the TBBT writers, for the most part, follow their gut, and they usually don't plan out what path they're going to take very long in advance (they say this, and I believe them). I say 'for the most part' because a) in the last 2 years, they have in some cases followed an approach of pre-deciding a broad story arc and throwing subtle hints to foreshadow it (this is true specifically in the context of the Sheldon/Amy developments during season 5). And b ) we can't discount the possibility that there are publicists who occasionally drop in at forums like this and take stock. Some things they've done have been uncannily guided by what seemed to be large-scale opinions among us. A case in point being the sharp dialling down of Amy's suggestive comments to Penny, which a fair section of the audience didn't like.
    2 points
  6. Yes. Let us say that this is the "official" tbbt fansite. But just because it's official, it's not the only place that they know of (and most probably they haven't even heard of this before, or worse though true, is that they do not want it here). Oh, who are the fans and THE casual fans that are being referred to? I know a LOT of Filipino tbbt fans(more obsessed than I will ever be) but they never leave that forum nor are they aware of this one. They are also fans, right? Those random people in torrent sites downloading all the episodes, aren't they fans too? They never come here too. Those in tumblr, hell, they do NOT know of this place and only see the spoiler posts through spoilertv. Most of them are fans too. Okay, to cut to the chase, the result here is random sampling. But do you think this is the only place the writers get their information? Like the time when they accidentally labeled one of the photos in CBS (the one where the photo of Leonard showing his stomach with the "go sports" writing). Someone said that when they posted it here, the ones in the CBS website changed it after fans here pointed it out. I doubt that was the case because I saw the mistake being pointed out in Fan Forum by the fans there hours before someone posted it here and even before they pointed it out in the news thread there, I saw people tweeting CBS that they had it wrong. Now I wanted to know where they get their information. Where do TBTP get the fact that people still love L/P and that Shamy fans are multiplying? Also, why didn't they heed the Shenny shippers' request that they bring those two characters together? Bill Prady will always (and I am the one who's getting tired for him) respond to some people suggesting ideas and even episode scripts for the show (with obvious legal reasons). They (him, Lorre, and Molaro being the showrunners) also said they write it how they wanted it to go. Though I do wonder where they base the reception of their couples from. Do they listen to critics alone? They have assistants visiting forums? Set up polls randomly over the internet? What? Doesn't CBS also have a forum? And a fanpage in facebook? Long story short- I have no idea where this post of mine is headed to. Oh, right. Where do they get their decisions of handling the storylines? Are they doing it for the sake of viewership or they simply stick to what their gut tells them how they write it? They themselves know that if in season 4 they made Sheldon and Amy get in a defined relationship and have sex the very next day, it's totally off and out of character. They know their characters and their very capacity. They are the ones writing it and that they have their own plans even if it was on a per-episode basis. Why do you think they added Alex? Why do you think they made Raj get drunk and then scold Penny for not saying ILY yet, and Amy and Bernie telling her off on how she was being with regards to her and Leonard's relationship? They know it is well within the capacity of their character. Unlike Sheldon, leading Penny and Leonard does not require them to walk on thumb tacks but on eggshells that would probably turn into powder when stepped on. Oh. Wait. Yes, what Pomita said.
    2 points
  7. Well, if anyone has an issue with pictures being posted here, they can post pictures that they would like to see. That's what the thread is for after all. Just so happens Jim is popular here. Not the end of the world. Monique
    2 points
  8. Very true DPK, Penny cares much more about Leonard's opinion of her, because deep down inside her and even when she tries to hide and deny it, she seeks for his approval. Sheldon is just a pompous nut to her, so she just brushes off all his insults, she doesn't really care about his opinion. And just for the record: Sheldon, confident? he is the epytome of insecurity! Otherwise, he wouldn't need to say every 5 minutes how great he is. Just remember two weeks ago, how much he needed SH's approval and friendship, and just this last episode, the "almighty" Sheldon Cooper fearing the "unique mix of saint and squirrel" that Amy Farrah Fowler is, would leave him because "she deserves better" "SHE DESERVES BETTER"! Coming from Sheldon's mouth, now, that's what I call love.
    2 points
  9. Which again shows she values Leonard's opinion of her far more than she ever does Sheldon's. Which means her emotional feelings for Leonard are far greater and unlike Sheldon she actually puts stock in what he thinks. Which serves to disprove Shenny even more so than it already has been. Bottom line is if the writers were really going there or planned to, they would have started laying the ground work for it by now and they haven't. They only continue to reinforce both L/P and S/A.
    2 points
  10. I'm all for Penny wanting to improve because of herself, and not just in behalf of Leonard, in fact, what HeWolf wrote in a previous post suggesting Penny wants to go back to college because of Leonard, reminds me very much a constant premise in the fics your correligionares write, where Penny decides to improve herself inspired by and/or following a suggestion from Sheldon (thus, proving he really "loves her and not only sees her as a sex-toy"). While is not clear at all that Leonard had any kind of effect in Penny's decision to go back to college, what has been evidenced many times in the show, is that she really worries about the opinion he has of her, she is worried about him thinking of her as "just a waitress", that's undeniable. I honestly don't know (and, sorry, don't really care ) about where the L/P relationship is heading, and, while I insist that sometime in the future there will be breakup of sorts for them (my bet is when we are approaching the end of the series), I also agree with those who say it won't happen right now or not too soon. And regarding Sheldon and Amy, I'm amazed that you are fixating in the problems that originate the conflicts and are completely ignoring the developments the relationship has. Yeah, Sheldon was a jerk at their anniversary date, but, as Europa said, he panicked at the idea of Amy leaving him and told her a quote that, being an enterely romantic one and approppriate for the situation, I don't think ends up being that ambiguous He was also clueless at her anger and "teamed up with the enemy" in this last episode, but at the end, he realized she was much more important for him than his childhood hero, and was even willing to fight with him "to defend her honor", the same man who is afraid to go out his apartment at night, heck, at this moment, Amy probably means much more for him than Star Trek! He is all the time commiting mistakes, but at the same time, he is making efforts in order to make her happy, he agrees to hold her hand just because she wants to, overlooks her disdain of the things he loves, buys her gifts as an attempt to ammend things with her, he agrees to compromise and even wear a ridiculous red wig in order to make her happy, the man that never wants to let others have their way. She is the only one who has made him realize and verbalize he is not "the best", he knows and accepts she deserves better, thing is: He wants to be better, for her, because he doesn't want to lose her. If we pay attention, this goes along well with the Spiderman quote, "He knows the man he wants to be"..... he wants to be a man worthy of her? Now tell me, if he doesn't really want to be with her or has no feelings for her, why all the effort?, why not to take the first opportunity and break up? .....and regarding sex and physical affection, well, despite being so vocal about it, Amy doesn't seems to put too much leverage to that aspect at the moment of deciding the continuity of their relationship, she hadn't said: "bed me, or we are done" yet. She seems to be patient, remember she has a five year plan! And don't worry, I'm sure Sheldon won't be rejecting her advances forever!
    1 point
  11. It's funny how the same scenes can be seen with such different perspectives. The way I see it, Penny has come to realize a number of important things - that this new "boring" kind of love is simply different from the lust-driven relationships she has always had; that Leonard's job is not simply to please her while she does nothing for the relationship; that Leonard's intelligence, which has always somewhat intimidated her, is actually pretty cool, and his job, which she never understood, is really interesting; and the attention of another woman hit home for her that she really does not want to see Leonard with another woman. All signs that she does love Leonard and has begun to appreciate him on a new and deeper level than before. As for Sheldon, his response to Amy's anger at the anniversary dinner was to offer her a heartfelt description of his feelings (although I realize that this being a quote, is debatable in its intentions, that's how I saw it); and his desire to beat up Wil Wheaton because he disrespected his girlfriend indicates that he does have feelings for Amy.
    1 point
  12. I think that Penny is the opposite of Bevery Hofstadter in pretty much every way. Her withholding of the ILY is not because she doesn't feel it or because she doesn't think she needs to say it or because she doesn't think he deserves it, or whatever other reason BH might offer. BH seems to feel that such squishy emotions are unnecessary to express, maybe even unnecessary to feel, that Leonard wanting to hear that is some sign of neediness or weakness in his character. Penny, on the other hand, may be reluctant to commit her heart in that one area--the bold stating of ILY, which is the most vulnerable one can be in any relationship--but she easily and readily shows love and affection to those around her. From the beginning, she was accepting of the guys with all their foibles, even if Howard was constantly hitting on her, even if Leonard was clumsily puppy-dogging around her, even if Sheldon was constantly insulting her, etc. And she seemed to feel sorry for Raj and his inability to speak to her. But she liked them all and has always been willing to help them with advice, etc. She calls them "sweetie" or "honey" or whatever, she was willing to apologize to Howard after hurting his feelings, and on and on. She may be intellectually the opposite of BH, but she's also emotionally the opposite as well. It's been said that people have different "love languages"--some people need to hear the words to know they're loved, others prefer acts of service, (for instance, If you love me, you'll do things around the house without me having to ask or nag), others prefer physical touch (which seems to be Penny's language), others prefer gifts (like a shiny trinket) and others prefer quality time spent together (I think that might be Sheldon's love language, but I'm not sure.) Anyway, I'm not sure how Beverly Hofstadter might show or receive love, but I think that Penny is obviously more giving and openly affectionate.
    1 point
  13. Heh, I certainly don't support their paying less attention to Leonard/Penny. I just feel it was somewhat inevitable in season 5 because they were compelled to take more care with Sheldon/Amy, for the reasons stated. I should also say that I think they ARE trying to give a lot of thought and take some significant steps with Leonard/Penny in the current season. Not that their efforts are always looking too successful; but the screen-time and thought-time is clearly there. I sincerely hope they're able to get them to a better place over this season.
    1 point
  14. Jeanalice - I love your post. I didn't say that they're not paying as much attention to the Leonard/Penny relationship because they are less popular. The issue is that the Sheldon/Amy pairing is more difficult to write. Firstly, Sheldon (as many people don't fail to point out here) was not only single but dedicated to his solitude, for the first 3 years of the show. And secondly, Amy is a new character. Leonard/Penny have been the 'bread-and-butter' couple of the show right from the first season, and I think we can safely say that the majority of TBBT fans, even the old-timer purists, root for them. But in the case of the 'Shamy', the writers were on much more tricky grounds; they had to make sure that Amy became accepted and popular as a character, and that it would be believable for Sheldon to want couple-hood with her, and that people got to accept and love the pairing. No mean feat. And they had to achieve all this over 2 years, over and above an already established cast, and involving critical points of character growth. At the moment, the 'Shamy' is arguably the most popular pairing on the show. Getting them there - and keeping them there - takes some effort. This is why I feel they have had to take a lot more care and attention in their treatment of this pairing, in the last 2 years.
    1 point
  15. SodidIwin, I think Pomita was referring to the writers trying to please the majority of their fans around the world, active online or not, not the population of the fans that were only able to visit here. I don't even think that the entire history of those who have been here makes up the entirety of those who watch the episodes, 15 million of those in US alone. This may be the official fansite but this does not mean this contains ALL of those who are fans of the show. Though I do not disagree with the data being Sheldon, Leonard and Penny are the FANS' favorite but like from the data you've stated Sheldon tops most polls, and by de facto the person who he is in a romantic relationship with would be carried out with the task of them carefully handling the most tuned-at character in the series. I mentioned somewhere about Amy always getting the short end of the stick and the fact that you stated Amy is the 2nd favorite female character (I had to roll my eyes with the fact that there are only three female REGULAR characters and that this is the very place where a lot ranted how they wanted her out so obviously... *pfffffft*), but someone slammed me and that they gave me this:
    1 point
  16. Using the polls from this very website the top 3 characters are Sheldon, Penny & Leonard in that order with the entire rest of cast no where to be seen eating their dust. The favorite cast member goes Kaley, Jim, Johnny then the rest once again eating their dust. The favorite female character is Penny with over 3 times as many votes than 2nd place Amy. The cutest couple is L/P over S/A with very nearly a 2 to 1 margin. If your theory was true then they would have handled L/P with kid gloves which of course they hadn't over a 2 year period from part of season 3 through 1/2 of season 5. If they actually do handle S/A differently then that clearly would be a double standard. Speaking for myself I find double standards very annoying.
    1 point
  17. Amy might be annoying but compared to Sheldon she is a jewel. Oh sure I laugh at Sheldon but no way could I deal with him in Real life. .
    1 point
  18. Jim looks like he is trying not to laugh whilst he is drinking that drink :0 he is very cute and adorable
    1 point
  19. Anything by Michael Jackson ;-P Monique
    1 point
  20. Penny is not emotionally withdrawn like Beverly. The only thing that Penny doesn't say is "I Love You" to Leonard. All Leonard and Penny's friends know that she loves him and she has said as much to them. She is afraid to say the magic words to Leonard because that gives him the power to hurt her according to what she implied in the third season. Bad things have happened to her when she says those words. I have a feeling she will jump that hurdle this season. Penny would rather show Leonard that she loves him, in the words of the R&B song from Aretha Franklin, by "giving him something he can feel. To let him know that the love is real". It's the best she can do at the moment. The thing about Penny being the opposite of Beverly comes from the writers in 5x13, The Recombination Hypothesis. Sheldon: All right, then. The reason you’re fixated on a good-natured simpleton like Penny is that she’s the exact opposite of your first romantic attachment, your brilliant yet intimidating mother. Leonard: Where on earth did you get that from? Sheldon: It’s in her book, Needy Baby, Greedy Baby. The writers also hinted strongly at the same thing in both visits by Leonard's mother. In 2x15, The Maternal Capacitance, Leonard has Penny in bed for the first time and spoils it by saying: Penny: Honey, shush, shush, shush, shush, shush. Leonard: You shush, I’m happy, I want to talk about it. You know what my mother would say about this? She would say because you were not loved by your father and I was not loved by my mother, that having sex is our way of making up for the intimacy we didn’t get as children. Penny: Why would you bring that up right now? Leonard: I don’t know. Foreplay? Keeping Penny the opposite of Beverly seems to be in the character book for the writers.
    1 point
  21. johnny looks much better without glasses but leonard should wear glasses, its whats makes him who he is
    1 point
  22. No offense, but I would like to suggest if you guys could change the title of this into Jim Parsons and some of the castmember's photos thread?
    1 point
  23. I like in The Infestation Hypothesis (Penny gets that new chair) and Sheldon's trying to tell her she can't have it and he keeps knocking at the door. *knock knock knock* Penny. *knock knock knock* Penny! *Penny opens the door and shoves cushion in his face* AHHHHH! *runs* *runs back* *knock knock knock* /whispers/ Penny! Then he runs again. Hahaaa.
    1 point
  24. Because he is too good at disappearing.
    1 point
  25. Part of Kaley's acting Talent is her great facial expressions. Yes she Physically beautiful. However BEAUTY IS AS BEAUTY DOES. We certainly have seen other Hollywood types turn out to be very ugly people. Mel Gibson just to name one. What do we really know about the Real Kaley Cucco? While she seems to be a Private person, She is a Member or supporter of PETA a very left wing animal activist group that believes all animals should be free. Not your average pet owns organization. Her choice of Boy toys being years older than her has also been discuss here. I am Pragmatic enough to know I am in Love with Penny because I really don't know the real Kaley Cucco. .
    1 point
  26. I like Howard. Bernadette much like Amy (and I know others will disagree with me here) should not be in every episode, she should only appear every second one or so. The Wil Wheaton storyline is done, and another "love triangle" for Leonard and Penny would be just so wrong.
    1 point
  27. And we all thought high school was over for most of us... but here it is again... Highschool v2.1 redux. What your user name implies is that you're a forgotten bundle of neanderthal DNA, knuckle dragging bully that is is attempting to relive your glory days of grade 9. You're not clever, smart or even remotely funny. You're just a boring, internet troll and dullard. Life must be pretty sad for you if you can use energy to create a user name, that in my opinion rates about -10 for effort, originality and humour, that fails so miserably at getting your point across. Here's a question for you mr-wannabe-smarty-pants... how does one go about fvcking a fictional TV character? Do you dry hump your flat screen? Sheesh, some people should really learn to check the nanny locks on their kid's computer.
    1 point
  28. Leonard: with / Johnny: without
    1 point
  29. I wonder if she and Leonard will just eventually get married, and that's when they'll reveal it. Pretty much so she can just say, "Yeah, I'm Mrs. Hofstadter now."
    1 point
  30. I heard that there are a few actors on the show who are heterosexual!!! It's just news!
    1 point
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