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  1. 21 points
    On my day off, I decided to make this. I hope I've included everyone. If I didn't, forgive me, but I saved the file, LOL... I could still add you. I think this encapsulates us. We're crazy and fun and sometimes we're weird, but we're always together (even when we're fighting!). I just love you guys... out of all the corners of the Internet, I stumbled onto this one and met some incredible people. Tomorrow marks 2 years of me in this thread, and I just love it here. BTW, FYI - I'm never leaving this place!
  2. 12 points
    Personally there are two differences for me: 1. The tone is different. How many times did you see comments like that in the past but then got a cheeky grin or a sarcastic smile on their face when they said something like that? Last night in the most recent example those comments going up the stairs had none of that, therefore to me it felt less snarky, taking the piss banter and more mean or nasty. Did anyone notice any sarcasm or cheeky playfulness in Leonard last night in that scene? Because I sure fucking didn't. 2. Sheldon is more aware of it clearly. I can think of many times where he barely showed a flicker of a reaction to those snarky comments, these days you can actually see annoyance or anger in him because I believe he more aware. I think they are lucky he is so meek, because a lot of people wouldn't stand for it. I have watched every episode more than once so I know none of them are angels, they all enjoy ribbing each other and being snarky. But it felt a lot more playful back then (with the occasional time when it clearly wasn't), recently and this is just my opinion it feels way way different. I think it's a writing change for sure, and writers get rid of those fucking recurring drugging/medication jokes.
  3. 12 points
    Hey everyone!! I'm checking in a little late today for the latest ep, sorry about that. Anyway, thoughts about the episode: I'm loving all the Shamy bed scenes - gosh, they're so adorable! I was amused to see them mirroring Howardette once again* - both all snuggled into bed, he's on the internet, she is putting on some hand lotion. lol (*the other recent example was the guys smooth talking their women for CC) I still don't get why people are mad at Sheldon. Yes, he was upset about his room but he didn't throw a temper tantrum or was otherwise an ass and yet people behave as if he were...!? I don't know how much of that is a misfired joke - and how much is to emphasise how much Sheldon changed and that his friends didn't get the memo??? Weird. I really like how instead of throwing a tantrum Sheldon is holding those feelings back in front of his friends and instead works through them with Amy's and Beverly's help. I thought it was rather wonderful to see him reacting this mature. And yes, Beverly's advice was a bit hit and miss. Yes, his old room was an "escape hatch" but not for the reason she thought it would be. I love how Shamy talk through this (again in bed! <3) with Amy not being rattled at all by Beverly's nonsense because she knows Sheldon much better. And it's ending on a really adorable note with the "Because I love you...". Awwwww! I also loved the little moment remembering the ILY2. Though Amy saying that his room holds a lot of memories for her, too, makes me wonder what else they did in there that we haven't seen cause right now I can maybe point to the Love Spell talk as a big moment for them but not much else...? Sheldon "surprise" for the anniversary cracked me up! That wish was a rookie mistake, Amy! LOL Also the tag was cute! Though I won't be sad to see Batman go. All in all a cute little episode for our couple. As I've said before: I really appreciate this step looking at the bigger picture cause now there's really no going back. Shamy are here to stay all shacked up and happy. <3 P.s: @Riley7
  4. 11 points
    Okay, I'm going in! So first of all: I think Lenny were very cute and united for almost all of the episode. They were generally a united front, making decisions together and taking the same stance on almost everything around them. I really liked the cold open, they were adorable and showing each couple's reaction to Raj's post helped defining the charcter/couples. Lenny were compassionate (sure, not a 100%, they did want to wait and see if Howardette invite Raj first. can't blame them though...) and united, they communicated and made a joint decision that was aceeptablle for both of them. They didn't even need to discuss it and negotiate, they were on the same page. That scene gave them a chance to show their shared characteristics: their compassion and their sense of humor. I also liked assertive Penny closing the deal. Supportive of her husband and appreciating him, willing to help their friend and using her assertiveness to cut Raj's bs, that's the Penny I like! I liked the staircase too, especially Penny's comment and Leonard's reaction. I feel like their lines there and in many other scenes could have been replaced (with slight modifications of course), and I think this is another thing that shows their similarities, in this case their sense of humor. And again, I really like their couples-friendship with Howardette! I know Sheldon is close and important to them and would like to see them staying neighbors, even after leaving the building, but if I have to choose one couple to remain their couple-friends forever I choose Howardette (who knows? maybe their children will tie the knot one day and make them family ). Of course, then came Beverly. This time you could really see how she enjoys messing with everyone (the great Chrisitne Bransky strikes again! ). I think Leonard shouldn't have raised his doubts in front of her, if what she said bothered him he should have talked to Penny after finishing the conversation. I don't blame him though. The guy grew up with an emotionally abusive, perhaps with a personality disorder, mother, and presumably a mostly absent father. So becoming slightly anxious about what that mother, who made him feel like he is unworthy and much beneath her for his whole life, is much better than what could have been. Leonard is quite a miracle actually. Someone in such circumstances would be at high risk of developing infantile/childhood depression with is a strong predictor for a wide range of mental illness and major physical health issues (and he does have some, even his height could be related to this since both his parents are taller than him). Also, I didn't feel like he was blaming Penny, he was wondering about them, not her exclusively. I'm not even sure it was that serious, Raj said they were fighting and that Sheldon was upset in the same sentence. To me it was more about Raj feeling guilty about the possibility that he was causing problems. Lenny were surprised that he left, they didn't seem to think they had a rough fight. This episode, like some of the others we had lately (except from "The Romance Recalibration" and possibly the next one which seems pretty harsh according to the TR) was not too bad by itself. Actually I think this particular one was not bad, if I saw it in isolation I would have even thought it was good (for Lenny, as an episode it was okay for me, a little boring). The problem is the context, the great picture. For about two months now we have seen Lenny fight or disagree in almost every episode, without (seeing) a proper resolution. I think it is definitely going somewhere and I think the message that they have marital problems is already clear, even without Beverly stating it outright. The next episode will apparently make that statement even clearer. Where are they going with it? I have no idea. If you have read my recent posts here and in other threads you can see that the latest TR made me think the probability of a split is increasing. I didn't say it will happen, just made me think it is getting closer to 50% (which is far from certain). I really don't want this to happen and I think it would be a terrible idea that will cause irreparable damage. What I want to see is Lenny having a good intimate discussion, like they used to have, in which we find out that there is something that is bothering them/Penny, a source of frustration and distress that makes Penny draw away at times and also makes every small slight shake the whole building (Penny unsatisfied with her job? with loosing friends? not knowing what she wants out of life? Health issues for one of them? Them feeling empty-nested after Sheldon left?). Maybe it is even something they have already been talking about this whole time but we don't know about it because all of their after-fight-talks were off-screen lately. Perhaps it's something they're hiding from their friends. If it's a major source of distress then even if they are talking about it it would still have big effects, and that's okay. But if there is in fact something like that I think the problem is they are taking too much time to reveal it. If they want to resolve it in the season's finale or close to it they should have started it later. Maybe they started early because they didn't know if they would get the renewal and wanted to be able to resolve it and re-stabilize Lenny by the end of the season and now that the renewal is almost a sure thing they have decided to resolve it only in the end of the season. Anyway, I sure hope that is the case and not "they don't work as a couple", "they don't have anything in common" or "they're too different" because they have been together for years during which (due to being neighbors) they have spent an enormous amount of time together, more than an average couple, and that's even without counting their time as just friends, I can't believe all they ever did was watching Sheldon, having sex, making out and watching TV shows only one of them likes; and they are not that different! (see my comments above about this one...). Perhaps Johnny and Kaley's acting makes these things even harder to believe. They are so good in portraying a loving married couple, they convey the sense of a loving, cohesive, in-sync couple that all these fights and communication problems feel completely out of the blue. And it's not that they are doing "wrong", they do have some scenes/moments when they are allowed to be normal Lenny, it's in the scripts. Bottom line is I'm confused, I wish I knew what is going through the writers' minds. So I said I will write a longer post. Well, I surely did, I wrote a really long one . I'll just sum up by saying I hope that we will have a proper resolution and a turn for the better as soon as can be so we can go back to just enjoy our beloved couple. We sure know how to do that!
  5. 11 points
    On a side note, that bed is ridiculously small!! There was a high angle at one point of Shamy during the heartfelt scene and they could barely fit that bed together, LOL! Not that I want them to change it, it's the right size for snuggling all the time!
  6. 10 points
    Yes, I love Christine Baranski even in little cameos but Beverly is a bit of a quack. As I've said before: I think she's really good a poking people where it hurts and she clearly feels superior when she can identify a person's weak spot and insecurities. But I don't think she has any deeper insights into human nature with that Freudian pop-psychology. And tbqh I think the show doesn't want us to take her side here cause at least with her theory about Sheldon it's rejected with that heartfelt little talk in bed and it really doesn't take much to defang her idea. So yes, Sheldon being upset because his old room is an escape hatch may be accurate but he's clearly not insecure about his relationship here. He's just an "always have a Plan B" kinda guy. I wouldn't say the issue is the idea that those jabs where never there because clearly they were. For me the issue is that this is a show about these characters evolving and these kinds of jokes should evolve with the characters, imho. Like, you clearly have Sheldon evolve over the years and especially now he's rarely shown to be as obnoxious as he was in early seasons so the overly hostile reaction towards him starts to feel really off. It would be like making jokes about Howard still running after girls even though he's a happily married father, for comparison. I mean, you have Penny complaining about Sheldon having an overblown reaction when he clearly hasn't is just...huh?????? Then as @Jonny already said: Sheldon is becoming more aware of those jabs and also more upset about them. What I also have an issue with is kind of the area where these jabs happen. Like, I can easily deal with Shamy throwing intellectually charged snark at each other because that's an area where they are evenly matched. But when you have characters insult Sheldon's shortcomings that he can't help but get wrong often times because we know his brain is just wired differently while the guy is desperately trying to do better at the same time it just feels like they're hitting that exact kind of ugliness they wanted to avoid by not labelling him in the first place. Cause label or not it feels like you have neurotypical characters making fun of someone who is not. I think this is something the show needs to be more careful about.
  7. 10 points
    love this! btw, just how much did @stephenhawking pay you to get his own line in your pic lol?!
  8. 10 points
    Anyone think this was a bit tied to the Emotion Detection episode earlier in the season, you know the whole discussion in that episode about people hiding what they are feeling or want to say and Sheldon not understanding why people do it? He clearly tried to do that in this episode from what I saw but still got shit for doing it. He was a bit upset about the room, but he tried to not make a fuss about it. I mean it's pretty normal that people think one thing, like being upset deep down with something but trying to put a bit of a front on. Sometimes succeeding and eventually getting over that issue, other times the facade shatters fairly quickly and true feelings are let out. If that makes any sense...
  9. 10 points
    I felt the same way when Sheldon use to make all those demeaning comments to Leonard, who was suppose to be his best friend, so I guess now I just see Leonard's remarks as just payback.
  10. 10 points
    I'm so glad you typed all of this as it saves me having too - these are exactly my thoughts couldn't have put it better myself !!! Just to add - I still love that the writers had the "I love you " at the end, just to reinforce that it wasn't Amy Sheldon had the problem with, just the fact his " back up emergency plan" ( which he needs for EVERY situation ) had been removed - anyway that part & the fact that it was Amy who got him calm not bitchy Beverly !!!! Awwww they are too cute Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. 10 points
    I have mixed feelings for today episode too. The sense of too much meanness the show holds lately sometimes put me off and although shamy still being well handled and well written, I got a bitter taste on my mouth about the mean stuff. I have said that doesnt make sense as they all are friends. One thing is a snarky remark, everyone does it once in a while to a friend, mostly for healthy mock them . But the show imo is confuse between comedy and meanness but well. It is a subject for another thread and other kind of reflexion though. About our adorable couple, I really liked much Amy on this episode. She knows Sheldon well and she is indeed a mature woman, as she only spoke to him as they were alone and she even put him away from conflict as he was overeacting. Their heartfelft talks are indeed one of the best things of this season and the bedroom scene did not disappointed. I just thought their dialogue there would be longer but maybe it's me who is always eager for shamy longer scenes, hehe. I loved the fact Amy was sleeping so peaceful after Beverly's bag of quick psychology. It spoke volumes about how she feels about Sheldon's feelings for her. She knows it's real and unconditional, he only needs a plan b for everything. And it was also nicely done Sheldon's reaction to Amy's words, as he kind of felt he needed to talk about what was boring him and that was not as he doubted of his feelings for Amy. Btw I love Sheldon's smile at Amy and how he touches her as he speaks to her! Adorable! For now I 'd like to add a note about Batman statue. Roflol!! It was so funny and scary, LOL! And loved the bedtime moment before going to bed of shamy and howardette. Oh the domestic bliss! Love it! <3
  12. 9 points
    In my ideal world one of them would surprise the other with a long overdue honeymoon in Rome or something. Put Leonard and Penny in a completely different environment and let them have some fun together.
  13. 9 points
    Pfffffft! Escape Hatch, Sescape Satch! I thought Leonard and Penny looked good together last night. There was support and commonality to their actions. I'll admit that it only took one comment from his mother to unglue him, but I hope we start to see stronger stuff come from Leonard when it comes to his dealings with Mommy Demon Dearest. And although it does feel like TPTB are building towards something (they now have an empty set where Raj's apartment was), last night, to me, it didn't feel like a rocky Leonard and Penny (but for MDD gleefully pushing the buttons on Leonard's psyche). My only LOL moment was Leonard crossing the hallway and yelling at Sheldon's door about Cinnamon escaping! That was fun! Good times.
  14. 9 points
    Kind of mixed feelings for today episode; I liked very much Amy in it, she was supportive of Sheldon, but didn't put up with his nonsense (he had some WTF moments, but I come to this later...). I liked her reaction to Lenny's snarks in the stairwell scene, she was on Sheldon's side and waited for them to be alone to ask him about his real feelings to Raj moving in, since she already knew Sheldon didn't like it at all. Also, her remembering Sheldon's room with fondness was moving, she perfectly understood Sheldon's reaction to the whole situation and in a way she shared that feeling. I laughed so hard to the joke about the fake snakes Sheldon got her as an anniversary present. That was funny, and also Sheldon thought it was, LOL! She also realized Sheldon was being insensitive towards Raj in 4A living room and put an end to the whole thing taking him home. The bedroom scene is my favourite part of the episode; after Beverly said those mean things about everybody, she was calmly sleeping, as all that psychology gibber-gabber meant nothing to her, and was very understanding with Sheldon's doubts. She perfectly understood that his love for preparedness and the necessity for a plan B in every situation has nothing to do with her personally, it's just what he needs to function in life. I wished she would have appreciated more the fact she is the "dessert" in the case of an apocalypse, but the way Mayim delivered the line was so funny! Finally, probably the Batman statue is my favourite thing ever, please let it stay! What I didn't like was that I'm sensing there is too much meanness in the show lately. Lenny were mean to Sheldon for no reason (the drugs joke were just unfunny), Sheldon was mean to Raj (I know not on purpose and he also got him a nice present, but the guy knows better at this point...), Beverly was her usual self and judged everybody's relationship without actually knowing them, Howard was mean to Raj...I don't know, I feel the need of a nice group episode where the gang focuses on what brings them together rather than on what set them apart. Plus, I see now why Mayim captioned her reminder of the episode as "Everybody has commitment issues", that was Beverly's opinion on Amy as well, just because she reacted to her diagnose on Sheldon...Sorry Mayim, I take all back!
  15. 9 points
    Not sure if this has been answered yet, but the notebook Amy threw out the window was a book Sheldon wrote in not a computer notebook. I was at the taping also. RJ did a great job capturing the episode in her TR.
  16. 9 points
  17. 8 points
    I got to thinking about the whole Raj roommate thing. It could be possible that (intrusiveness aside) Raj could be the one to help Lenny through some issues. Love him or hate him, Raj is the kind of guy that can be that sympathetic ear for the gang when he wants to be. When he and Sheldon spent time in the CalTech basement it was Raj who talked to a scared Sheldon facing a career change, and tried to comfort him and bring perspective to the change Sheldon was facing. Raj has given advice to Howardette that was spot on when he stayed briefly with them (and it was probably too close to home since in the end Howardette turned on Raj lol). And despite his one time and short lived drunken bedroom romp with Penny, Raj DID insist to Penny once that she should tell Leonard she loved him when leonard confessed to Raj that she never had. I think Raj wants them happy. Raj has often times been the one that went out of his way to keep the gang together with his love for themed events, scavenger hunts, boys gaming nights, and involvement in girls nights too (jewelry making). I know he is written to also be a tool bag too, and he has screwed up a lot over the years. But this latest TR shows he can be a friend to both Leonard and Penny. So just maybe Raj at some point can be the one that helps Lenny recognize some things that may elude them, and in the end he could become a surrogate therapist of some sort. He can be a sensitive and deep thinking guy on the show. Just something to consider.
  18. 8 points
    Just watched this weeks episode again....I don't think I'll ever get tired of seeing our wonderful couple in bed together!!
  19. 8 points
    This is the sweetest thing I've read in a while, @Riley7. Thanks! It is a pleasure to make part of this fandom. Shamies rock!
  20. 8 points
  21. 8 points
    The EP was good (IMO). Lenny were on a good and quite common path. Beverly was a blithering idiot. Penny and Leonard were not seeking for a buffer with Raj or Penny's brother, they reacted to circumstances and actually looked for ways to avoid it. You can hardly use agreeing to have a roommate in these circumstances to diagnose relationship problems. LOL
  22. 8 points
    Spot on! My feelings exactly on the episode. Too much meanness for me in this one, one of the rare times when they get the humor wrong and go too far sometimes creating drama for drama sake. It reminded me a little of Viewing Party Combustion and you all know how I feel about that one. Onwards and upwards.
  23. 8 points
    it's possible (anything is possible). But I also feel like if the showrunners want that ending, they'll have to get a move on. For one thing, they seem to be writing Sheldon and Amy as pretty happy and in sync. For another, neither Sheldon nor penny seems troubled by the other's relationship. Which brings me to the real issue: Even if Leonard and Amy were abruptly removed from the equation, Sheldon and penny have never shown any romantic or sexual interest in each other. No lingering, ambiguous hugs, no long wistful looks, no charged slow-dancing, no 'have you ever wondered if...?' Every time the question is brought up - and particularly in recent times - the conclusion has been an outright 'i think of you as a brother/sister'. Not in the panicked, flustered manner of someone combating roiling, illicit desires. But in the loving, firm manner of someone telling the truth. Of course Sheldon and penny love each other. But the writers have done a tidy job of saying that the love is that of a sibling. And never mind their romantic travails, that's a much harder barrier to overcome if the writers want them to get jiggy with it.
  24. 8 points
    I wish I could like this post a thousand times. People make it sound like Penny dumped all her friends and gave up an amazing acting career for Leonard. No one forced her to stop talking to her old friends. Friendships - like all relationships - take some effort. And Penny chose to not put in any effort anymore. That's how you lose friends. Not Leonard's fault. As for her acting career... man, she ain't Meryl Streep. Unless I've misunderstood the show all those years, Penny was an awful actress. So her having a real job means she GREW UP. That wasn't a sacrifice. It was her putting on her big girl pants and facing real life. You don't do that for someone else, you do that for yourself (or at least that's how it should be).
  25. 8 points
    This was actually a sweet moment.
  26. 8 points
    Mayim danced and clapped along to one of the songs the DJ played between takes.
  27. 7 points
    I love Amy even more after 10x18. Because nobody messes with her and with her Sheldon and she makes always her point! *fangirl mode on* And as they look at each other, they know nobody messes with them ! Can't already wait for next episode! *sigh *
  28. 7 points
    I put a little ad in here.
  29. 7 points
    I just watched it and I think I would have liked it much better had they cut Beverly out of the episode. I'm sorry, but she irks me beyond belief. Christine is amazing, but I'm tired of the "cold-hearted jerks are always geniuses" stereotype she represents when all she does is spout pop-psychology nonsense that is less professional than what you find on Tumblr and the most "scientific" citations she comes up with are Freud's. And it felt like a lot of drama shoved in just for the sake of drama when there's very little to justify it, especially when it comes to Shamy. Sure. Sheldon's the one afraid of commitment after he suffered through a breakup and couldn't get over her and after he's been the one insisting they continue living together and agreed to continue living together again. Sure. Sure. Like he doesn't already have a lot of more realistic, scientifically-sound and IC reasons to be stressed by someone taking over his room. Having said that, I did like the plot about Raj trying to find a place to live (although I'm still not convinced by this sudden financial crisis), I liked how the gang tried to help, I liked how Sheldon tried to handle his conflicting emotions, I liked how supportive and rational Amy was about the whole thing, and I agree that the bedroom scene was fantastic and I liked that Sheldon couldn't sleep over it and how much he wants to feel secure in his relationship and how proud of it he is. But this is definitely not an episode I'm going to watch again. As for people being meaner this season than in previous seasons? I don't think so at all. I'm rewatching S1-3 at the moment with my roommate and I was surprised by how many times we turned to each other asking "why are they even friends with Sheldon if they hate him so much?". I think it's a bit of an issue with the show overall. Some of the jabs they make about being happier without him have been there since day one. I don't like them, but they're not new.
  30. 7 points
    "Don't you want to get dressed first?" ...big LOL, indeed!
  31. 7 points
    Nicely put 5Miss. What I would love to see is Penny tell her mother-in-law off in support of Leonard (as she did with the director of Serial Apist 2: Monkey See, Monkey Kill). I would so love to see Beverly speechless at someone taking issue with her.
  32. 7 points
  33. 7 points
    This was my favorite moment! They were really cute in all but the Beverly scene. In the first secene especially. J&K are so great togethef. But I think that the message is still that they have marital problems. I'll weigh in with a longer post later.
  34. 7 points
    I see what you are saying. However, I think 10.18 was better than The Viewing Party Combustion, which was really one of the worst last season, mostly because there was actually no purpose whatsoever in that episode. Here at least we have Raj moving in with Lenny, which is a development in the ongoing plot, not that I like Raj and Lenny living together, mind you, it's just that I see it as a part of a bigger scheme and not as just a one-shot episode where people scream at each other for no reason. Plus, at least we got Shamy sorting out their feelings and talking about what troubles them. In 9.21 we got Amy saying she was annoyed that Penny took Sheldon's side, but there was no follow up to that. So, this episode, IMO, was built up better than VPC, but I agree with you that the meanness should be definitely turned down.
  35. 6 points
    They need a good swiss-knife for cutting the writer's-curse on that. The Large Hadron Collision BTW, it's one of my most favourite episodes.
  36. 6 points
    Or they could go to Switzerland to visit CERN and go skiing in the alps or have a really nice time in a Swiss chalet bedroom.
  37. 6 points
  38. 6 points
    Not sure about calling it "payback", but the shoe is on the other foot. I know there has always been back and forth between them, but Sheldon's comments always, always, always include a "nuclear option" sort of insult (in my opinion).
  39. 6 points
    I had hoped that Sheldon moving out might have improved the Sheldon/Leonard or 'Shelnard' relationship but it clearly hasn't. It was blatantly obvious Sheldon could be a nightmare to live with at times but they were best friends who had a lot of fun together, so speaking of hope again I had hoped getting rid of that at times stressful part of their life so they could focus more on the good times was going to happen. I mean their relationship can't have all been bad, remember what Leonard said to Professor Proton? Instead there is a ton of saltiness perhaps more than ever. Maybe it's something to do with Beverly's buffer theory and Leonard's life is out of whack to the point where he hasn't adjusted yet and is lashing out, or maybe Leonard is more worried about what is going on his marriage than he shows? But I have a hard time right now believing these two are actually friends, never mind best friends. I don't think I am being knee-jerk, I have been posting about this issue that I have had since early this season as seen in the episodes threads. Maybe I am just in the minority here and the majority don't see an issue or a problem, of course if you are a less sympathetic Sheldon fan perhaps you are actually enjoying it right now which is fair enough that's your prerogative. I just think and this is once again my personal opinion here, something is really lacking at the moment in their friendship and it's a bit sad to see. I want more Veracity Elasticity style bromance instead of medication jokes and nasty or mean dialogue.
  40. 6 points
    They were really cute on the couch in that scene how they worked together on the homeless Raj situation. I sounded more to me that they were just helping their friend, not that they were looking to put someone between them.
  41. 5 points
    I have never seen this vantage point before---only the picture taken straight on!!! Nice!!!! (veejay strikes again!).
  42. 5 points
    Why can't we see Penny hang out with one of her old friends alone? She's a main character just as much as Leonard is.
  43. 5 points
    I love it!! Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  44. 5 points
    Ha! Sorry. I think it may be family phrase we use-especially when there is teasing or arguing going on. It is the ultimate insult that we know will get under the victim's skin and leave him without a comeback..... (also a prank delivered can carry with it the nuclear option in that it is retaliation for another prank, but goes far beyond what came before. Howard putting Sheldon's computer in close proximity to his private [bathing suit] area would be a "nuclear option"....)
  45. 5 points
    Two different issues here, hanging out socializing and the way they talk to each other even if it's just for a brief moment. Hanging out less is fair enough, however they can still be nicer to each other. That medication comment last night in the hallway was ridiculous, if anyone had said that to me, let's just say they would have regretted it.
  46. 5 points
    Agree! And no Sheldon initiating snuggling so far! Come on, writers! You know we want this! *nods* Btw, Sheldon in tag scene is sat on right side of the sofa. So not Sheldon's spot in that sofa? I dont know what to think, lol! I wanted him to have a spot there too, hehe!
  47. 5 points
    If Raj is saving up to get out of debt so he can stand on his own two feet and live alone with Cinnamon again, why are they letting him spend so much money ? The sort of shirts and cosmetics he and Penny buy probably cost the Earth. Books are expensive too. How many people trying to save treat themselves to both a book AND a new shirt in the same salary month ? Everybody needs a little something to ward off depression when they can't afford much but I hope Raj isn't thinking that now he doesn't have a home to run he is free to buy everything he wants. Does Sheldon know Raj goes out shopping for fun ?
  48. 5 points
  49. 5 points
    Johnny and Kaley both seemed very excited at the beginning of the season. Johnny was over the moon about having Judd Hirsch as his dad and Kaley was happy about the the introduction of her mother and brother. They seemed genuinely thrilled about the wedding redo. From bits and pieces over the years I got the impression that they have little to say about the story lines. They can't improvise at all. It seems to me that they have no choice but to follow the scripts they are given and do the best acting job they can do with them. That level of excitement that the season started with for them seems to have cooled off. There's not too much for them to be excited about, except for the big pay checks. They've each posted about 7 pictures of them together since the season started plus some of the full cast. It does seem like they posted lots more in previous years.
  50. 5 points
    Okay. This sort of thing is what keeps me going. Mind you this was just episoce 10.1: Penny: Okay, I understand everyone’s a little tense today, so I am just gonna get to the important stuff. Leonard, standing here with you in front of our family and friends is bringing up a lot of feelings. Like what a good idea it was to elope the first time. But also how incredibly happy you make me. Thank you for marrying me. Hopefully for the last time. Leonard: Penny, as a scientist, my job is to figure out why things happen. But I don’t think I’ll ever understand how someone like me could get to be with someone like you. You know, maybe I don’t need to understand it, I just need to be grateful. I love you, Penny.
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