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  1. Since I have no data to refute that I must agree with you!
    2 points
  2. But hasn’t he been “read the riot act” before? I have no doubt that after 12.24 Sheldon went back to the “same old, same old” setting of demeaning, belittling and intellectually demeaning those closest to him.
    2 points
  3. ABC is working on a reboot of The Wonder Years with a Black family in Montgomery, Alabama in the late 1960s (the same era as the original show). Saladin K. Patterson, who was writer and producer on The Big Bang Theory during seasons 8 - 10, is set to executive produce the show with Empire co-creator Lee Daniels and The Wonder Years star Fred Savage. https://tvline.com/2020/07/08/the-wonder-years-reboot-black-family-abc-lee-daniels/
    1 point
  4. Yeah i thought it was a wee bit creepy too and I found Amy's suggestion of mutual perineal massages even creepier. 😬
    1 point
  5. Steel creepy to me. The royalty and well off can have it. Thank god my wife never even considered that form of nursing. In the show Penny seemed disgusted when Amy brought up that subject.
    1 point
  6. Exactly ! We heard Howardette and Shamy for years frequently talking about their future parenting, but Lenny had the potential for interesting discussions which never came.Bernadette's misgivings were analysed and resolved in half an episode.We knew what they were. Penny's could have been revealed and chewed over rather than just reacted to, After a year without any new epsiodes,I still feel a question mark hanging over the whole issue.
    1 point
  7. I said he helps at times. At other times he may hesitate and then help, at other he may not even think about it. All in all I won't expect Sheldon to be the first to help out of this group. P.S: Leonard helped Penny many times when they weren't together. After he went to ask Kurt for her money he could have told her ( he hade evidence on his forhead!), he didn't.
    1 point
  8. Sheldon would not be the first to come though. In this group the first to come would be Leonard amd Penny. The opening of "The Escape Hatch Identification" (10×18) shows it well: Raj has nowhere to go. Sheldon and Amy don't even talk about it. Howard and Bernadette, who have the biggest house and are closest to Raj, do offer him to stay but after many mean jokes. Leonard and Penny (a bit reluctant but) quickly decide to offer him their spare room.
    1 point
  9. Hi, I'm a 60 years old widower from The Netherlands. I've been watching BBT ever since one of our tv-stations started showing it. They show BBT every day; they even started ll over about 6 times.... annoying, but I watch the reruns every time... until they start over again for the 7th time. I stay up to date with the US thanks to the internet. Tonight I'm going to watch episode 1 of season 11. BBT IS funny, that's a simple fact. But the older I get, the more irritating Sheldon gets. I think Leonard has a nervous system made of 3 feet thick concrete. I think I would have moved out after 1
    1 point
  10. And I think YOU are wrong, because the guys have always been good to him and helped him even when he wasn't (according to you) "better" because of Amy. I contend that that's not even the case. In seeing re-runs Sheldon is less mean in earlier seasons, but I believe that's true of all the characters. I think that Amy has made him more socially aware so when he's mean now, it is more because he wants to be, and not because he doesn't know which makes him even worse. Furthermore, Leonard first and the Lenny as a whole have taken care of him since the beginning so I really don't understand wh
    1 point
  11. Opinion formed by long exposure over many years. I was a true obsessive from 2008, with many episodes watched 10s of times. Now I struggle to get through 18 minutes just the once, even if Sheldon only takes 10 of those minutes. Watching Amy and Sheldon play house is a stab in the heart. But appreciation is subjective. I'm glad you enjoy it. To be honest, American politics is more gripping to watch. New scenes and plot twists every day. The unscripted reality show wins. Going back to my (Mem Fox*) hole. See you. And best wishes to all. *there's a story
    1 point
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  13. He is unlikeable. By design, but my belief is that that dial has been turned to 11. No-one in my household can stand him anymore, even though the rest of the characters have their moments. Sheldon just makes my family shudder a bit - largely from his overt meanness and the way he talks over everyone else. He once had a degree of innocence to his offensiveness that excused him because he was apparently clueless, but often now he appears to act meanly because he enjoys it. No one watches in my house except occasionally on internet catch-up, when one of the quinquagenarians is curious about wher
    1 point
  14. Let's say there's no way I'd wanna be friends with someone like Sheldon in real life, but I don't hate him on TV. I just hate that the writers focus on him 80% of the time and can't be bothered to write proper stuff for everybody else.
    1 point
  15. Because he's an insufferable, arrogant, selfish, asshat. Sorry he's had ample opportunity over time to redeem himself. But he still treats Leonard especially poorly.
    1 point
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