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    Season 3, Episode 20 - A Baby Tooth and the Egyptian God of Knowledge Airs April 16, 2020 at 8:00/7:00c on CBS Sheldon has a scientific breakthrough at the dentist's office. Also, Dale (Craig T. Nelson) and Meemaw go to the casino, and Georgie makes a big mistake when Dale leaves him in charge of the store. Wallace Shawn and Craig T. Nelson guest star.
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    A Cup Of Cuoco
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    All thumbs up, @hokie3457
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    I would never have let Sheldon and Penny become close friends. They were much funnier when they were sniping at each other. I didn't think they worked as close friends.
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    Think that makes seven dogs in the household...…...good thing they have a big house and ranch
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    Well, another good episode and an epic foster fail.
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    Well, you could always write and read FanFic stories. 😊
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    From the Futon Critic YOUNG SHELDON Air Date: Thursday, April 16, 2020 Time Slot: 8:00 PM-8:31 PM EST on CBS Episode Title: (#YS320) "A Baby Tooth and the Egyptian God of Knowledge" SHELDON MUST GET A TOOTH PULLED AT THE DENTIST, ON "YOUNG SHELDON," THURSDAY, APRIL 16 "A Baby Tooth and the Egyptian God of Knowledge" - Sheldon has a scientific breakthrough at the dentist's office. Also, Dale (Craig T. Nelson) and Meemaw go to the casino, and Georgie makes a big mistake when Dale leaves him in charge of the store, on YOUNG SHELDON, Thursday, April 16 (8:00-8:31 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. REGULAR CAST: Iain Armitage (Sheldon) Zoe Perry (Mary) Lance Barber (George Sr.) Annie Potts (Meemaw) Montana Jordan (Georgie) Raegan Revord (Missy) Matt Hobby (Pastor Jeff) Jim Parsons (Voice of Sheldon) RECURRING CAST: Wallace Shawn (Dr. Sturgis) Matt Hobby (Pastor Jeff) Craig T. Nelson (Dale) Sarah Baker (Ms. Hutchins) Ryan Stiles (Dr. Bowers) Bob Newhart (Professor Proton, V.O) Herself (Cyndi Lauper, V.O) Phil Hendrie (Albert Einstein, V.O.) John Mariano (Richard Feynman, V.O.) David Fennoy (Thoth) Rich Grosso (Croupier) Christian Benz Belnavis (Customer #1) Arriane Alexander (Customer #2) STORY BY: Eric Kaplan & Tara Hernandez & Jeremy Howe TELEPLAY BY: Steven Molaro & Steve Holland & Connor Kilpatrick DIRECTED BY: Jaffar Mahmood
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    Thanks, guys! Hope you're all staying safe and healthy!
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    Happy Birthday, Jim!
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    Great posting @hokie3457. Always good to read something positive about my favorite TV couple, especially in these times.
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    Totally agree with yr analysis. When Penny realized that Leonard was the love of her life she was faced again with the "commitment" dark cloud that always seemed to follow her. Whenever she had to make a life changing decision she recoiled back into her shell: when Leonard asked her on a date, when she couldn't say ILY, when Leonard proposed numerous times, when she finally said yes, when after a year of engagement she was ready to take the leap into marriage, and finally when she was faced with the decision to be a mother. I also agree with you on how we did not get to see Penny and Leonard have that conversation you mention....why she did not want to have kids and then when she found out she was pregnant telling Leonard how she felt about it.I guess the writers just didn't know how to write this sensitive and emotional subject. Too bad we all lost out.
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    Now, when all has been said and all has been done, I’m looking at Penny and parenthood as a journey of development. Like other things, becoming a mother was something far in the future for her. After some scares in her youth, she settled into a “yeah, someday” mentality, which suited her. Until. Until she started thinking. About marrying Leonard. About changing careers. When she thought about how they may no longer be “young and fun” I think her considerations went into overdrive. A way to stay young may be not becoming a parent. A change in her view has occurred again now that she is expecting. We did not get to see the process, but I for one imagine a lovely and loving long conversation between Penny and Leonard, where all is laid out. All is said between them and what their future holds. They always do seem to arrive there at the point of non return. Of revealing things to themselves, together, that had been hidden. That had been unsaid. The true beauty of their relationship and the totality of their love of each other was on display late in season 12. Penny’s complete support of Leonard v Beverly in episode 22 (this followed her worry, tempered support and joy and happiness for him in his professional decision and the results in episode 20) and finally their extremely evident love and devotion in episodes 23 & 24. So, to Penny, Leonard is a “veritable Mack daddy” and together, they will have “smart and beautiful babies”....
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    I agree the sperm donor episodes could have been handled better. I think the writers were trying to correlate it with episode three and Penny's no kids declaration. I believe episode 15 when Pennys father visits and Leonard realizes that he does not want to be a biological father would have been the perfect episode for Penny to tell Leonard why she did not want to have children. But I guess the writers could not come up with a viable storyline so they just let it fall. Too bad it would have been an integral piece to the Lenny puzzle and what most Lenny fans wanted to hear. Then they could have in a couple of episodes later had Penny reveal to Leonard that she is pregnant instead of at the finale episode to appease the fans. And also explain how she feels about being pregnant. These are the things I kind of thought they missed out on by airing so many Shamy episodes.
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