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JourneyIntoShamy

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  1. I'm so addicted to the ILY scene, I played it all the time. Even when I don't watch it, I still listen to it. I recite it when I'm in the shower or on the way to school. I know I've gone crazy already but I'm odd and everyone knows that lol.

     

    I think we all know it by heart at this point

  2. Random thought, I wonder what Sheldon does with the things Amy buys him. The bobble head doll and teddy bear...I also wonder if Amy kept the emergency contact document Sheldon gave her.

     

    I'm pretty sure they keep all these things ;) Amy may even have the emergency contact framed, or filed away neatly for safe-keeping.

    As for the bobble head and teddy bear? Probably in Sheldon's room, on a cabinet or something.

    Although my new little headcanon is, when he misses Amy from now on, he'll hug that teddy bear.

     

    Yeah I know it's fan ficcy, but whatever.

  3. The "who is moving out thing" comes up every now and then and it changes every time.  I really don't think that the writers have thought that far ahead, so the scenario's keep changing based on what will get a laugh or fit a current storyline.

     

    I thought the open with them playing the game was adorable.  Sheldon's cheerful "it's me" to every one of Amy's clues was just too sweet.  It was lovely to see them playing the kind of weird Shamy sort of games that they played in the past (CounterFactuals anyone?)

     

    The scene in the car, his looks at her...I'm probably seeing things, but it wouldn't surprise me that Jim and Mayim were intentionally playing the characters behaviors slightly differently.  

     

    Agreed 100%. The writers don't truly know that far ahead. They write what works for the story and for the laughs.

    In fact, I think when they do write either Leonard or Sheldon moving out, it'll come as much as a surprise to them as it does to us.

    If they write an episode one day and go "Actually, you know what, if Sheldon moved in with Amy, this story we're writing, it'd all fit, if we rewrote this part, and-"

    Do you know what I mean? Like the writers that wrote The X Files. Mulder and Scully weren't meant to be together, but they ended that way because that's how the story spoke to the writers.

     

    And I was observing Shamy, how they were acting. At some points, I was like, "Ok why the eye-roll, Amy? The guy loves you" but I get it, it won't particularly change their dynamic, but it is altered in a way that makes them more, shall we say, healthier? They've opened up to each other, and now can move on forwards.

  4. Yes, cause they agreed on a date on page 64 of the RA

     

    Let's hope so... I think that'd be super sweet if Sheldon moved in with Amy, rather than the other way around.

    I mean, I don't think it'll happen that way, cos of the way the sets are, but it'd be nice.

  5. I missed a lot of that episode 'cause my stream wasn't working, and then it started up again when Shamy were in the car, but only near the end of that scene.

     

    My favourite bit of that episode was the back-and-forth bantering between Sheldon and Amy about the man in the supermarket.

    I don't know why, but it felt so natural, like they had been married for years, talking about something as trivial as a man in the supermarket.

  6. Oh I'm not even looking at it from that perspective. Seriously, now that we got the ILY, i actually don't care where he lives *lol*. I just found it interesting that he's gone from total panic at the thought of not living with Leonard to just ignoring Amy's comment about it. Just another thing about him that has matured.

     

    But maybe he lacked panic in the "moving out" comment because his panic was focused on Leonard.

    That's how Sheldon gets distracted, if you give him something to panic about.

    Like when Leonard made Sheldon sit down in his spot by telling the story of how one of their take out places went out of business years ago, and he bought hundreds of take out containers so Sheldon wouldn't know.

  7. As a show with main sets, it wouldn't make sense for Sheldon to move in with Amy, because then Penny would move into 4A, and then what becomes of 4B?

    Unless Shamy move into 4B, but that's too much to even consider.

    What I think will happen is this: Leonard moves in with Penny, and eventually Amy moves in with Sheldon.

    It was Sheldon's apartment to begin with.

    But if the show really wanted to surprise us, Sheldon's wedding gift to Lenny could be him moving out, to give Lenny their own space.

    However, that is a very, very, very, very long shot.

  8. Hmmm...interesting. Anyone else notice that when Amy said "Don't worry, I'm sure he'll move out eventually (talking about Sheldon)" that Sheldon didn't even bat an eye. It didn't even react. Probably means nothing, just interesting.

     

    I noticed that. There seems to be a lot more references to Sheldon being the one to move out, and not Leonard...

  9. Or the Mistletoe is hung up somewhere, and Amy becomes all sneaky, "accidentally" pushing Sheldon towards it LOL

    And he's like "Aaaamy... don't think I don't know what you're doing."

    But suddenly he's beneath the Mistletoe and Amy says "It's the tradition, Sheldon."

    So he rolls his eyes and kisses her, a little too long, and this keeps happening throughout the night.

  10. I'm just going to tell the story my brain thought of without my consent. :-p

    Everyone is at Sheldon and Leonard's enjoying each others company. For some reason, Raj has mistletoe attached to a string that is attached to a stick. After he holds it over his own head and kisses Emily, he goes around to the remaining couples and holds the mistletoe on a stick over their heads so they can kiss. He goes to Howardette first, then Lenny and finally, Shamy. They're both shy at first about kissing in front of their friends like that but then shrug it off and go for it. They end up kissing for much longer than the other couples to the point where Raj says, "Okayyyyy..... that's enough. " LOL.

    Hey, my brain thought it up, sorry... Haha.

     

    Hehehehe :')

    Yes I want this :wub:

    I can imagine Raj being like

     

    "Okaaa~aay~! Don't hog the Mistletoe!"

  11. But knowing Sheldon, he would have to try to tell her the complete history of mistletoe.  That would be a good opportunity for Amy to shut him the hell up with our first Amy initiated passionate kiss. 

     

    yeeeeeeEEEESSS!

     

    I want Sheldon to be rambling on, Amy sighs, and then... she just grabs him, puts her arms around his neck, and lays one on him.

    For half a second, Sheldon doesn't respond, but then he places his hands on her waist, where they belong, and makes out with her right back.

     

    Question: Is the gang with them, onlooking? Or are Sheldon and Amy by themselves?

  12. hmm i'm not too fond of the term 'vixen', i love when he says 'Amyyyy...' with that half smile on his face  :imsohappy:

     

    Yes! Like when he's a little annoyed with her.

    I like it when he says her name - I prefer it over vixen, actually.

  13. If he had allowed Amy in his room, I think he would've been able to control himself, for sure.

    But it's the connotations -> someone you love in your bedroom -> possible physical intimacy of some kind.

    That would be on Sheldon's mind, and it's possible having her in his room would've made him panic again.

    I think it's mainly to do with that, telling Amy that no girls were allowed in his room meant that he could find a way to gain back some control of the situation, so he re-instills these rules (that he doesn't always use) to acquire his sense of normalcy, and thus regain his control.

    But like I said, I don't think he would've "lost control" with her being in there.

    But sex is where his mind is at, so the connotations would have been ever present, and he probably would've felt uncomfortable, given the situation/increased intimacy by admitting his love for her.

  14. I seem to be the only person who totally hated that episode.  Didn't find it funny at all.  Billy Bob's character just creeped me out, and the Leonard/Penny and Amy/Bernadette dynamics just didn't feel fully fleshed out to me. :s  I've loved all the other episodes this season though.  I guess that one just wasn't my cup of tea.

     

    agreed. i thought the first pitch insufficiency was the funniest with howard's throwing lol.

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