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  1. 10 points
    It occurs to me that his panic in that episode was a turning point of him coming to terms with the fact that he really did love her. It was sort of the last attempt to hold on to the self-image of being immune to warm fuzzy feelings before he could acknowledge his love for her.
  2. 10 points
    How cute is that face
  3. 9 points
    I see season 6 as Sheldon fighting his growing feelings for Amy. He never wanted a relationship or all those "hippy dippy" feelings. So when he found himself falling for her even more, it pissed him off and he took it out on her. And don't forget that spider man speech at the beginning of the season. I really think there was some truth in those words. So by the end of the season, during the D & D episode, he realized he needed to assure her that for him, what they had was real. By then, I think he had already come to terms with his feelings for her but he wasn't ready to tell her. I think for him, telling her he loved her = sex and and he wasn't ready for that. But during season 7, it sure the hell was on his mind a lot, wasn't it? That's why I think her taking the pressure of sex off his shoulders, he no longer worried about telling her he loved her. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 8 points
    I am watching a video on youtube called Electromagnetism and it's about the different couples in the show. It starts with Penny and Leonard and it suddenly came on my mind that there could be a parallel between them and Shamy. Remember when Leonard took the pressure off Penny by telling her he would not propose anymore until she does? Well this was a turning point in their relationship and it seems to me so identical to Amy taking off the pressure of coitus of Sheldon. I'm so positive that this is THEIR turning point!!! Edit : lol I've just realized that you guys probably have already analysed this to death, sorry
  5. 8 points
    I used to watch moonlighting and I liked it. Apart from the behind-the-scenes drama, the problem was that the whole show was built on the idea of this woman who starts her own detective agency and he's her lead detective. They're very opposite in their approach to everything, romantic opposites-attract sparks ensue. So the whole will-they/won't-they thing was the ongoing question and tension. They both wanted and didn't want it, etc. So in the end when they finally got together, there really wasn't anywhere to go with the story. And by then, the two stars really weren't getting along. Everyone likes to use the Moonlighting comparison whenever you have such a couple (people were always trying to apply it to Mulder and Scully as well), but in the case of Sheldon and Amy, it doesn't apply. First of all, the show isn't tentpoled around any will they/won't they question. There's no will they/won't they for any of the couples. It's more like how and when, but it's going to happen for all of them, IMO. And secondly, and more importantly, Sheldon and Amy are not opposites fighting their desire for each other.
  6. 8 points
    http://www.iflscience.com/brain/lips-are-most-exposed-erogenous-zone-which-makes-kissing-feel-very-good I can imagine Sheldon would quote some parts of this article if the guys ever teased him about kissing Amy. After reading it, I started to want a Shamy passionate kiss for the latter half of the season.
  7. 7 points
    Yea that electromagnetism is a favorite of mine. I have always said there are parallels between the two couples. Both Leonard and Amy are the care givers in their relationship and support their alpha partners. But just like there was a turning point in Lenny the train trip was a big one for Shamy. It needed to happen to reset and even out the relationship. And not just for Sheldon, but for Amy. She learned that she cannot rely on Sheldon for her happiness. So this season we've seen it. A happier more confident Amy. She is standing up for herself. She is smiling more. This was crucial if they were ever going to really move forward. Look at how confident Leonard is now... So yea same is happening for Amy (in terms of their relationships) And as proton said... Appreciate them... And clearly this season he has!!!
  8. 7 points
    I think there were a lot of hurtful moments in season 6, that time I wished Amy had broken up with him. However, the D&D sex and his speech "before I met you, I never had any interest in being intimate with anyone" and "For me, what we have is extremely intimate" kinda renewed my faith in them.
  9. 6 points
    Thank you, Phanta. So I guess what they're saying is that they're afraid there will be no story left to tell after Shamy do the deed. Ofcourse we knows that wont happen. Like Patsy said, there's so much comedy potential left with Shamy to do post coitus.
  10. 5 points
    Well, I am hanging on with soapy fingers. Um... I was very heartened by the oblique reference to shower fun. That's the A-plot for me. I don't really need to know what is happening in the middle school safe aspects of the show, but the grown ups are having a good time. I'm going to hope that they bump that up as the year runs down. It's possible.
  11. 5 points
    There's been some updates to the . On Monday, Dec 22 at 8:00 PM (Two Broke Girls normal spot), 8.04, The Hook-Up Reverberation will be broadcast. On New Years Day, in it's normal spot at 8:00 PM Thursdays, Shamy fans can rejoice as they will rebroadcast 7.15 The Locomotive Manipulation. The next new broadcast will be on Thursday, 8 January, with the broadcast of 8.12 The Space Probe Disintegration.
  12. 5 points
    All right, I finally, FINALLY watched the entirety of the Prom episode (new job, fun but mental), and I will probably grin like a loon for the rest of my days. Just the way Parsons says the words 'The only conclusion was love.' The simplicity of the declaration, the wonder in his voice. As though he is glimpsing a shooting star, or a new planet has swum into his ken- something rare and precious and fragile, that has been vouchsafed to him, and him alone. So, so lovely. Aight, as you were....... ETA; HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SHAMY<3!
  13. 4 points
    I'm binge-watching BBT because I have a little time off for Christmas. From the Lunar Excitation to The Clean Room Infiltration, Sheldon and Amy have had a beautiful, intellectual relationship. Though much of the relationship's outer image has changed, at its core, it is still the same, beautiful, loving, respectful relationship that, to quote Sheldon, "is based upon mutual admiration, skewed in my favor". Perhaps, in light of recent events, the admiration has skewed the other way?
  14. 4 points
    I don't think I am strong enough but because of your sweet words, I am going to try. Totally agree, they are the best ever.☺
  15. 4 points
    Yup...that's how I felt when I saw Jim's instagram pic of him doing the Sunday NY Times crossword puzzle. Swoon....
  16. 4 points
    omg kelly and her dream mom
  17. 3 points
    We Lenny fans are a hearty, resilient group! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. 3 points
    I'm gonna copy Hokie and give you 10 likes for soapy fingers and grown-up sex!
  19. 3 points
    Come on the 2 of you. You have to stick around for the cutest, sweetest, hottest,most frustrating, most endearing, most lovable couple ever! They need your love! You survived Season 4! You can do this!
  20. 3 points
    Tv media insights has tbbt listed on their "best on television 2014", and they make a quite interesting paralell between Shamy and David Addison and Maddie Hayes in "Moonlighting", if anyone remembers that show. "And lovebirds Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik) inching closer to actually physically touching each other is a dangerous reminder of what happened to Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd on “Moonlighting”. Note to the writers: keep us wanting more" http://www.tvmediainsights.com/fun-stuff/best-on-television-in-2014/
  21. 3 points
    xD Finally got to watch the interview. I always think I can't love Jim any more than I do, but then he mentions NPR...
  22. 3 points
    Personally, I think Sheldon is a little childish. BUT, that's okay. It only shows how much more he grows and matures, especially for those he loves, esp Amy (more to come on that front). I think that Sheldon's robot like countenance and behavior is what he does to get attention. Kids, Teenagers, and sometimes adults act weird in order to get attention and recognition from other people. That's okay too, but I would like to see him move more away from that (which he has) and into being more adult. Last night, I was watching the episode where Sheldon takes Raj on Amy and he's date. (Forgot what its called). It hurt me (just a little) when he said, "Amy I need you!.... Yes, your my ride". That kinda sucked. Then I watched Prom - how much he'd changed over the years and how, instead of thinking more from his perspective, he was trying to please Amy for once. Just my take on things. Happy Birthday, SHAMY <3! Hope you get lots and lots of BBT merch!
  23. 3 points
    Jim is so sweet, honestly, he doesn't need to make a larger space for me when I visit. I don't take up much space, the smaller penthouse, water closet, anything is fine with me. <I lost my emoticons, so insert many smiley faces and winks here>.
  24. 3 points
    Great question! And as of me writing this, I am one of the two ‘No’ votes. I truly believe that Lenny has been totally dismissed and minimized this season. I feel like passing out magnifying glasses and starting a TBBT Scavenger Hunt called ‘Let’s Try and Find Lenny!’ For me, and I’m speaking only for myself as a die-hard Lenny, this season has been abysmal with a capital ‘abys’. Thirteen shows in the can and relying on two TR, the shows have been a depressive heartache. And it’s not that I want Lenny cast as the continual ‘A’ plot (as some people seem to suggest). I would love to see them represented. At all. They have minimal screen time and I feel as if I’ve seen more of Bernadette (given her face time in Locomotion, Junior Professor, Focus, Septum, Champagne, Clean Room) than I have of any Lenny. Presently, they are written (and acting) as the most unengaged couple in the history of the world. From experience and the engaged couples that I see they are together, hands on, talking excitedly about wedding plans and their future. What have we gotten so far? Nothing. Their physicality in the season has been negligible and the last wedding talk we had was from Leonard in the season seven finale. Jesus! Even Raj, from the last TR, with his mouth full of dog hair has had more physical off-screen intimacy with Cinnamon than the Lenny has had. So far we’ve had: The Locomotion Interruption --- No Lenny. The Junior Professor Solution --- No Lenny. The First Pitch Insufficiency --- +Lenny. Beautiful ‘Just makes me want to hold your hand and do it with you’ moment. Stellar! The Hook-Up Reverberation --- No Lenny. The Focus Attenuation --- No Lenny. The Expedition Approximation --- +Lenny (Personal Preference – the Lenny was undone (a bit) for me here when it the ‘fun sex on a pile of money’ had the kibosh put on it when Penny made the face that was clearly an admission that she had sex on a pile of money before. Like her marriage to Zack, Leonard comes in second again) The Misinterpretaion Agitation --- +Lenny The Prom Equivalency --- +Lenny Beautiful old school Lenny here but without a kiss. The Septum Deviation --- +Lenny (Personal Preference – the Lenny was undone by that stupid ending where Penny is taking photos of Leonard and Sheldon and laughing at them. For me, unfunny. Would have loved to see Penny actually taking care of Leonard rather than mocking him. The Champagne Reflection --- No Lenny. The Clean Room Infiltration --- No Lenny and this was a CHRISTMAS EPISODE!! As for the two TR, as I know they play out differently when you see them so I want to reserve judgment. But just on first impressions? In The Space Probe Disintegration, it seems almost as they are writing Leonard with Stockholm Syndrome, he’s identifying and empathizing with his abuser of seven seasons (granted season eight Sheldon is softer). And in The Anxiety Optimization hate that Penny slighted Leonard with the beach/metal detector comment and then asked Bernadette if she wanted to go to Hawaii. OUCH! That is not how a loving, engaged couple act. I long for a story like The Scavenger Vortex and that’s an episode I wouldn’t even consider a Lenny. But in it, Penny and Leonard are both laboring under misconceptions (one self-created and the other humiliating imposed) and they spend the rest of the show trying to prove their worth to the other. Adored that episode and would give anything to have a few like that. Some folks maintain that ‘they are solid and in a good place’. To me, that is the equivalent of a dismissive shrug of a shoulder. The dynamic, vibrant Lenny that we know they can be, we haven’t seen this season. For me, so far this season, the Lenny (or lack thereof) has been one disappointment after another as they have been minimized and this once vibrant, wonderful couple have been relegated to the back burner. Heartbreaking, very disappointing. This is definitely not what I signed up for. Truly hollow succor.
  25. 2 points
    I think there's another parallel in that both Sheldon and Penny have been overwhelmed at times by the intensity of their feelings for their respective partners. Neither had ever met anyone who made them feel such love, and it's scared them. In Penny's case, it comes out in fear of commitment, while, although Sheldon had no problem with committing to Amy, his desire for her was very hard to accept. They come at their relationships from opposite ends really, but I think they're getting to the stage now where they're starting to meet in the middle. They also both try to be more 'logical' as regards their relationships than their significant others, even if we know it doesn't really succeed. Penny pretended Pryia didn't bother her - Amy knew she did, and there are many examples of Sheldon making out he wasn't too bothered about Amy that Leonard could see through instantly.
  26. 2 points
    I've had to close my window because it's so bloody cold. But trust me, I am on the edge. When you are ready, give me a shout & we can jump together. ☺
  27. 2 points
    your line IMO explains Shamy and Lenny fans position. I imagine Shamy fans would like to be in Lenny's shoes in their relationship. but since Lenny really has been together generally from the beginning at least for me this is no surprise. I think so far season 8 for Lenny fans is remember when they used to......... I think going into Season 8 Shamy fans thinking has been I wish/I hope. I think Shamy fans have gotten their wishes so far but many Lenny fans haven't.
  28. 2 points
    Screw that!! Shamy aren't like the Moonlighting characters! They aren't like any other TV characters! It's not the same, imo. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  29. 2 points
    What?? First of all, the writers have already said Fiasal was a one off, throw away line, etc. and have been confused as to why fans obsess over this one line that was said. They've already stated that "Fiasal" will never be heard from again. Second, Amy explained in that same episode why Sheldon should "kiss some ass" (my term) to get funding and what does he do? He goes to the fund raiser to try and get funding but fails miserably because well, he's Sheldon. Sorry, Hazel, I don't see your scenario playing out on the show. I also don't see them breaking up. It's too cliche and Shamy aren't like other couples so I don't see a break-up for them after all this time. At this point in their relationship, (and how badly Sheldon reacted to their break-up in S4 with all those damn cats....and they weren't even a couple then), I just can't see any PLOSSIBLE scenario for a break-up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  30. 2 points
    Me too. I'm on the ledge - ish. Thanks to the kind support of ArmyGirl and StrawberryPopTart, I've stepped back in but am firmly camped by the open window.
  31. 2 points
    Hmm, I don't know how to say it to not sound like telling others what they should feel about this situation. I may not understand why Lenny fans are so upset about Lenny in this season, because if Shamy were like them (engaged, held hands, planned their future together including financial issues, etc.), I would be so happy. I was so upset about Shamy after the season 7 finale, Shamy fans and some Lennies tried to comfort and convince me that things would get better, it was so difficult waiting 4 months in uncertainty after that kind of finale. So, I would say the same thing, I believe things will get better for Lenny. The writers would probably plan something big in the second half of the season. As for the lack of kissing and physical intimacy, I agree it's less than previous seasons, but maybe the writers wanted to focus on emotional issues? Just to be clear, it is not my intention to tell Lenny fans how you should feel. I just want you guys to enjoy the show because I like Lenny too and I want them to end up happily together.
  32. 2 points
    Week 13 Final Ratings For Thursday, December 18, 2014 broadcasts, 19 December, 2014 TBBT ran a repeat, 8.03, The First Pitch Insufficiency , it brought in a 2.3 , with 10.61 million people. It was even in demo and down minimally in viewers(40,000) from the overnights. The Thursday Night Football adjustments were negligible. However, even with a repeat, and everything else running new shows(except fox) TBBT was still first for the night with that 2.3 demo. In second was Mom, which managed to hold all of TBBT demo, and was up three tenths over the last time it followed a repeat at 2.3. In third was Two and A Half Men with a 1.9 demo. For viewers, the repeat TBBT was number one with 10.61 million viewers. Mom was second with 10.01 million and Two and A Half Men was in third at 8.80 million viewers(up over a million viewers). Only five shows hit five million viewers on Thursday, all of them on CBS. Non of the shows on any of the other networks last night even broke four million viewers. Doing a quick look through the week, it appears TBBT will be a top three scripted show in demo, with a repeat. Tensor
  33. 2 points
    Of course, that's what any good house guest would do. I'll have to take several iterations, he'll want everything to fit perfectly and I don't want to disappoint.
  34. 2 points
    Agreed...interestingly enough, Jimmy Fallon is doing the exact same thing next door to Jim at 34 Gramercy Park East. In September he bought his 5th apartment in that building, a studio apartment on the top floor. He now owns apartments on the top three floors of that building. But Jimmy has underspent Jim by about 3 million having spent about 5.7 million so far. I know Jim is a pretty private person, but if he does renovate big time, I would love to see an Architectural Digest spread on the place.
  35. 2 points
    Yet another great post! You certainly have a calming effect!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  36. 2 points
    I think it's pretty close between him and Raj actually, as to who is the most emotional. Raj just shows it more. I said in a review recently that the relationship between Raj and Sheldon (being left to fend off rats aside!) can be quite 'gentle' with each other and that can come as quite a surprise considering they aren't one another's respective 'besties', and think it's because Raj understands all very well the emotions that are going on underneath. Absolutely agree that the 'emotionless robot' thing is a defence mechanism, and probably the actions of a little boy trying to please his daddy. Bearing in mind that in some ways Sheldon was pushed into the adult world before he was really ready, it's not surprising that he clings to childhood sometimes. Then there's the emotional deprivation that Leonard had growing up, which maybe makes him want to look after his 'little buddy' the way he would have wanted to be.
  37. 2 points
    I don't like the dark clouds which are hanging over our Leonard and Penny thread. I'm hoping we'll get a few episodes to make us very happy next year. I do love Penny's "soaping me up in the shower' remark from the taping report. That sounds very Lenny to me! I'm taking it as a good omen for the rest of S 8, maybe adding some missing spice to the Lenny love life. For me, Episode 8-3 was the best episode after Prom. Sheldon's" best couple bragging" set me back some in my improving tolerance for him, but raised my admiration for Leonard even more. Once again, Penny's having her doubts about their future together. Leonard doesn't get all mad or insecure and lose patience with her. His little "marriage is scary" speech is, I believe, a Leonard classic. "I want to hold your hand and do it with you." He easily relieves Penny's Sheldon- induced anxiety. I love that and there has been a sweet, endearing handing-holding motif, deliberate or not, throughout S 8 that suits the two so well. I also enjoyed watching them having fun at the ball game, any doubts about a good future together having been quickly resolved. I had watched S 6 E 1&2 the night before on TBS and was struck by the contrast. Leonard was still so insecure and Penny was still so doubtful about their future together, and those episodes always made me very anxious. Things are so much more solid for them now and they are both so much more mature and that's what is good about S 8. As has been said before, these 2 have grown so much as individuals and as a couple. But WE KNOW for sure that their physical need for each other is as strong as ever. This has made us laugh and cry along with them over the years. Really hoping "the kissing ban" is lifted next year and we can stop mourning the loss of SEEING them love each other the way they used to. I want to shake the nagging feeling that something just isn't right. Got my fingers crossed.
  38. 2 points
    I don't think they're creepy or really a contradiction. I think he has shown that he is not averse to his mother or his meemaw hugging or kissing or touching him. I think that in those relationships he kind of reverts back to his inner child because those were safe, loving relationships and a time when he was comforted and protected. He faced bullying as a child and his mother and grandparents comforted and protected him. His childhood was a safe place and he has clung to that and in some ways kind of gotten stuck there, including what it is that comforts him--like vaporub and Soft Kitty. Someone on the other forum, I think it was, made a great argument for the idea that his rational, intellectual, anti-emotional stance is just a veneer to hide the depth of strong emotion that he actually does experience. You can see it in the way he reacts to stuff like Leonard leaving him--when he thought Leonard was choosing Wil Wheaton over him, for instance. He pretended that it was Leonard who was going to suffer at losing him as a friend, but the minute he thought Leonard had changed his mind about going to Wil's party, it was, "Oh good, you picked me, you picked me". Sheldon's emotions are actually quite strong and deep, and therefore maybe a little frightening to him, hence all the "feelings are for hippies" attitude. While he may overanalyze things and generally take a rational approach and pretend that he's Mr. Spock, he actually has very strong feelings and a lot of those feelings are connected to his mother and his childhood. That's one reason why I love that "acting" scene between him and Penny in The Thespian Catalyst. He wrote this fanfic/play and at first doesn't seem to understand why "Mary" would be upset that her son was being taken away to Vulcan. First, I love Sheldon saying that he'd be going to a place where he wouldn't get beat up--so much. It's funny that he expects that he'd still get beaten up... But anyway, once Penny convinces him to try to add a little emotion to Mary's reaction to losing her son, real-life Sheldon goes to pieces at the thought of leaving his mother. "Mommy, I love you. Don't let Spock take me away to the future!" In many ways he's always going to be the man-child. I think that if people are always thinking of Sheldon as being completely grown up or sexualized, then it muddies the waters in seeing where he actually is still. Yeah, they're moving him forward, but he's still "the baby" and kind of owns that. He may feel differently now that he's acknowledging his feelings for Amy and dealing more with the idea of physical intimacy with her. He may be finally starting the "leave and cleave" phase that adults eventually go through. But he's still kind of in that junior high/high school level of approach to his relationship with Amy. He's been clinging to that childhood comfort and innocence, and that's why, to me, those scenes with him and his mom, or of the others singing Soft Kitty to him. have never struck me as creepy. Sheldon has a grown up side--he has a job and an apartment, does his own laundry and cooking (when he's not buying takeout or eating out), and so forth--but his emotional life has always been kind of stunted. And he has kind of wanted to keep it that way. "Maybe I'm from a race of aliens who live hundreds of years, so I'm still basically a toddler." Since there's nothing overtly sexual about Sheldon, and he certainly isn't thinking of sex with his mom when she's taking care of him, to me, those scenes are simply underscoring his emotional innocence. And that's kind of another reason why I don't want Amy to do the vaporub/Soft Kitty thing with him. And it's another reason why Sheldon wasn't thinking of sex, IMO (and in Jim's opinion, either, apparently), when he was taking care of Amy when she was sick. To him, the vaporub and singing, even helping with the bath, are simply the things one does for a sick person. Like he told Penny that first time, his mother used to give him sponge baths, then he insisted on the vaporub and singing. Those were the things his mother did for him to make him feel better, thus those were the things one must do when one gets sick. Anyway, that's the way I've always understood the character and those scenes.
  39. 2 points
    Hey guys i just wanted to let you know that IT'S MY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!
  40. 2 points
    Here's something I found interesting but I don't know how reliable it is. It's from Entertainment Weekly by Michael Ausiello dated Jan. 2010. Sorry, don't know how to copy & paste from phone. When talking about a possible hook-up between Sheldon & Penny, Chuck Lorre shot it down (thank God) by saying the following: "Part of what's wonderful & unique about Sheldon is he has CHOSEN not to play in the relationship game either way, heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, any sexuality. He has said, 'This is not for me. I'm a scientist. All I'm interested in is science and what George Lucas thinks.' We've stumbled into creating a character who has CHOSEN a lifestyle for himself that is unique. And I don't see any reason to modify it." Added Prady: "Sheldon has made a CHOICE that work and all of that is where he finds his passion." If this article is true and accurate then I think we have our answer. Before Amy, he CHOSE to not enter into any romantic relationship and now that he has Amy, I think we can safely say he's heterosexual and has been the whole time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  41. 1 point
    I am coming from a complete disadvantage here when it comes to ratings and that discussion, so I will concede all arguments concerning it. I have my own opinions why ratings rise and fall, but it is a lot like an etymological fallacy, can't prove it, but it sounds good. However, the original post was about how Lenny is doing. As a Shamy shipper, maybe I have no business in here. But what the hell. I had an extra two cents so here it is... Some people are very upset with the lack of physical displays of affection. I just wanted to point out, as a closing thing, that I don't see the affection from ANY of the characters, not just Lenny. So I guess to nutshell, Don't feel special, everyone is getting screwed. Or not as the case my be...LOL I am perplexed that they aren't living together by now and sleeping together every night, but I know they need to keep the Sheldnard dynamic. This has been an emotional season. Howard upset over his mother and Stuart, Bernadette being a complete ass to Amy, Shamy getting closer, Raj's parent's divorce. Lots of heavy plots. Maybe the second half we can get a lighter plot lines. Who knows?
  42. 1 point
  43. 1 point
    I wish to coddle Sheldon too! ( what girl doesn´t?!) But I don´t like he being treated as Lenny´s little kid.( Last season was exactly episode 13 when he behaved like a child and Lenny consider him as a puppy)
  44. 1 point
    Selective amnesia. Lol. In retrospect I don't mind that episode, because it was very touching. They were both so sad and she thought she was doing him a kindness in her sacrifice. And look where they are now. I hope they don't cut the soap line heheh. Good clean fun.
  45. 1 point
    That baby elephant is so cute! I watched (and DVRed, because I'm rebuilding my library of s8 episodes) First Pitch Insufficiency tonight. It's one of my favorite Shamy episodes. Sheldon arguing that his and Amy's relationship was the best made me realize how happy he is with the relationship. He never would have said it a couple of years ago when he was still fighting his feelings for her. Season 8 Shamy rocks!
  46. 1 point
    Clips from Jim's appearance on Craig tonight.
  47. 1 point
    What do we call them? "RAKULL"
  48. 1 point
    Those pics would have been perfect for the video I posted of favorite shots of her on YouTube.
  49. 1 point
    By lucky fortune your brilliant picture is just above so, here goes...... How Sheldon solved Christmas (A pastiche with profuse apologies to the late, great Dr Seuss.) Every whom in the gang liked Christmas a lot, But Sheldon, who lived across in 4A, did NOT! Sheldon hated Christmas! The whole Christmas season! Now, pull up a chair and I’ll tell you the reason! The goodwill; gift giving that bordered on prodigal, The sleigh-bells; the reindeer; none of it logical. But there was a deep reason to never be spoken, He had trusted in Santa and had his heart broken. But, whatever the reason, fake snow, mistletoe, He sat there on Christmas Eve, hating it so, Sunk in his spot with a dour, grumpy glunch, As his friends dressed the tree and made cinnamon punch. It was too much to bear, he retired with a glower, His bedtime was not even due for an hour. He stamped away muttering, voice sour and mocking, “Oooo let’s sing a carol, let’s hang up our stocking.” And as impractical lunacy swept over the nation, He determined that Christmas needed rationalization! For, tomorrow he knew every girl friend, or boy, Would wake in excitement, they wouldn’t be coy, And then! Oh, the joy! Oh the Joy! Joy! Joy! Joy! That’s the one thing he hated. The JOY! JOY! JOY! JOY! Then they’d all get together and sit down to dine. And they’d dine! And they’d dine! And they’d DINE! DINE! DINE! DINE! They’d eat Christmas pudding and drink hot mulled wine, Which was something that left Sheldon passed out supine. And not to forget what was really unpleasant, The annual opening of each Christmas Present, The having to fake that you really were happy, With each gaudy gift, no matter how crappy. They’d laugh! And they’d laugh! And they’d LAUGH! LAUGH! LAUGH! LAUGH! And the more Sheldon thought of this whole Christmas path, The more he decided it must not come to pass. “Why for thirty-odd years it has been tolerated.” “It’s time that the Yuletide was obliterated.” Then he made a plan! A terrible plan! Sheldon Made an excellent, terrible plan. “I know just what to do!” Sheldon smiled at his guile, As he pictured their presents all stacked in a pile, Wrapped in bright jolly paper and glittery ties, Well tomorrow, they just wouldn’t believe their eyes. “All I need is my laptop”, Sheldon jumped out of bed, While his terrible idea took form in his head. He’d soon bring some order to this ridiculous Season, Replace all the malarkey with good sense and reason. So he tapped on his search engine, started to type, And he surfed, shopped and printed his way through the night. Then, he took to the kitchen to grab a bin bag, And loaded the presents, every gift, bow and tag, They were surprisingly light, much to his amazement, As he dumped them inside the trash-cans in the basement. The apartment was dark; it was quite hard to see. As he replaced the presents from under the tree. A voucher for shoes that added an inch, For Leonard, he hoped they did not rub and pinch. Much better than some stupid musky aroma, For Penny, to re-sit her high school diploma. For Howard a haircut, a short back and sides. For Amy, a beverage spiked with bromide. For Bernadette, Anger Management slots. For Rajesh, much needed testosterone shots. Now if that didn’t create a diversionary schism, Saturnalia antidisestablishmentarianism, Then it would take someone much smarter than he, (And we all know quite rightly that person can’t be) To bring down this tyranny of tinsel and holly, And impracticability, no matter how jolly. Next he slunk off to empty the refrigerator, Before clearing the cupboards, every sprout and potato, Into his bin bag went the frosted mince pies, And he chuckled with glee at his special surprise, No Turkey tomorrow, no chocolate Yule logs, All that was left was spaghetti and little hot dogs! Then he took to his bed but he just couldn’t still, For the first time in years with a Christmas Eve thrill, Oh tomorrow just couldn’t come any quicker, As he pictured their faces he stifled a snicker. In the morning he jumped awake with a shock, To stare in amazement at the face of his clock, The late hours he’d toiled had taken their toll, He’d slept through the morning and done missed it all. Sheldon shuffled dejected to find empty space, As disappointment and regret sank deep in his face, The apartment was empty, not one single soul, And his stocking was filled over-brimming with coal. He took himself off for his usual ablutions, As he showered he worked through the obvious solutions, He could apologize. Yes, he could atone, He did not want to spend Christmas Day on his own. As his bottom lip wobbled and his eyes started tearing, A sweet tinkling laugh found his Vulcan hearing, The gang were at Penny’s, they were all in 4B, He rushed to get dressed and ran over to see. And he knocked. And he knocked. And he knocked, knocked, knocked, Penny, Three times all in all, he counted how many. Penny peeked out the door, her face a sour moue, Before opening it wide, with a “Get in here you.” And he gingerly entered, his head hung in shame, As his brain found the words to shoulder the blame. “I’m sorry I took all your presents and food.” “It was selfish and nasty, inconsiderate, rude.” Then a murmur of laughter suddenly had Sheldon thinking, Perhaps it wasn’t just him who had done the hoodwinking. As he stared all around him in apartment 4B, He took in the presents piled under the tree, He took in the champagne, and was suddenly glad, To find he, Sheldon Cooper, had truly been had. “Those presents were empty.” Leonard shook his head, “We knew it was just a matter of time.” He said, “Before you cracked and tried to make Christmas judicious.” “Now, have some bucks fizz, it’s really delicious!” “But drink it up quick, Bernie’s cooking the roast.” “And if we turn up late then trust me, we’re toast.” So he tipped back his head and embraced the specious, Finally realizing how Christmas was precious. It was not Santa or Rudolf, nor Donner and Blitzen, And his eyes scanned the room for his green-eyed vixen, Standing beguiling beneath mistletoe, A smile on her lips tempting him so. And what happened then? As he took hold of her hips, To press “Merry Christmas” upon Amy's sweet lips? Well, it’s fair to say we can safely surmise, That some part of Sheldon grew three times its size. And just when you thought that when I stated, That I was finally writing something not M rated, I wouldn’t be able to resist adding some sauce. It’s his heart that grew three times of course! How the Grinch stole Christmas is a children’s plot, What did you think I meant, you mucky lot?
  50. 1 point
    oh come on... gravity is dead easy .... Amy buys him "Gravity" and at a moment when they are alone, Sheldon whispers in her ear that he would rather look up her skirt... yes, ... our dirty minds all think alike
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