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About mirs1

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  1. I guess we all know that, we are just amused by the pics we saw and we want to speculate a bit about those, it's what we always do around here, when we have no spoilers to speak about, we speculate, LOL! Plus, that will be the last Halloween episode ever, I guess that's reason enough to look forward to it.
  2. Thanks! I was far far off, ahahah! Their choice of costumes is brilliant! Not sure they are the "best" couple, but for me they win the prize for best couple costume indeed, LOL!
  3. I guess he is Bert, the chimney sweep in Mary Poppins....as many other said! Have Raj and Anu matching costumes too? I can't say, but it looks like something from Alice in the Wonderland...
  4. An early promo pic from the Halloween episode, from TBBT official Facebook page
  5. Even if Holland told journalists that the writers were planning this season as it were the last, I guess he and the writing team had the strong suspicion it could not be the case, hence they penned the beginning of the season the way they did (which was rather unimpressive to me). But the point is they knew it was the last season only one week after they started filming, so I hope they don't shoot all 7/8 episodes they had already written (they were at Episode 5 before SDCC, so I imagine they at least sketched another couple of them in August) as they were thought over the summer. They should think more to evolve the main stories and less to write filler episodes and have different guest stars. I don't need each and every YS character on TBBT. TBH, this has making me hate YS! Also, I get the fact the writers might want their most beloved guest star to come back for a last performance, but this shouldn't be done at the expense of the main characters...
  6. mirs1

    [Spoilers] Shamy: Season 12

    Happy birthday @Shamyfan95!
  7. Well, in the original version of the article (it has been since then corrected) she mixed up this episode with the Tam one; plus, she found that creepy breastfeeding joke funny so...yeah, I think chances are she has not clear idea of what is going on on the show, LOL!
  8. In general, I'm not sure there should be a reason for one person changing their mind about having or not having babies, it's just something that they feel at some point in their lives. Obviously the other partner involved has all rights to be disappointed and to take their own decisions if they don't agree with this life project. Anyway, I agree that introducing such a sensitive topic was not a very good idea on the writers' part and I have no clue why they felt compelled in doing so, this is way out of their alley, IMO. To be honest, that part of the episode didn't feel like a comedy at all, it was way too dramatic...but the show is a comedy, so I don't expect them to "undone" that (and I think they'll undone it at some point) in a dramatic or convincing way.
  9. Well, the writers have always made a point that their characters are not poster persons for any category, so I don't think they would be worried at all of the consequences that might follow if Penny at some point decides of having kids. Now, I agree that, if her change of hearth is not sufficiently explained, it would be an example of bad writing, but on many occasions the writers have proven me that they don't care of giving deep motivations to the characters' actions.
  10. Do you watch them on broadcast TV or on various steaming sites? If I tried to watch those shows weekly on broadcast TV in my Country, I would be facing a delay of more than one year with respect to USA schedule, most likely they would air at ungodly hours or in the early afternoon, and the schedule itself would be very erratic. So I just watch them at my convenience on Netflix or on some other streaming sites. Those ratings are not detected in any way.
  11. I think there were many young adults (18-34 demo) watching the show when it started, but, if they have stuck with it, they have since then grown and "changed" demo segment (24-54 or more...) Very young people nowadays very seldom watch broadcast TV, they prefer to watch their favourite shows on other media which are not detected with the present ratings system, that's one of the reasons why that particular demo is the most valuable for advertisers.
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    [Spoilers] Shamy: Season 12

    Amy has expensive new equipment that Sheldon, being clumsy, can break or he can inadvertently tamper important samples she is collecting for her experiments. I think it will start with him playing around with "biology stuff" he knows nothing about, and then he discovers he has done a mess...For the rest, I imagine the episode verbatim as @Jonny described it!
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    [Spoilers] Shamy: Season 12

    Oh, I'm not worried either, it's just fun to throw out that gif from time to time, it felt appropriate for this episode! I know that the conflict will be solved within the episode, with PP having some part in the resolution. Maybe I'm just a bit annoyed by this kind of plots, they sound kind of repetitive now....
  14. We have yet to watch the episode, but I don't remember any hint in the TR that it was Leonard who involved Penny's father in the discussion about children; on the contrary he backed his wife up and defended her decision of not having children; the fact it is totally unbelievable to me he let it go so easily on something which was so important to him is a whole other story... I think it was one of those situations when parents push their children into giving them grandchildren ASAP, and Wyatt (without knowing it) chose the worst possible moment to make that request, as Penny and Leonard were actually discussing the exact opposite.

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