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  1. At the beginning there wasn't a amy or bernie

    Disagree. It is from Leonard, Sheldon, Penny, Amy, Howard, Bernie and  Raj POV.
    thescriptlab.com/features/main/7575-screenwriting-101-comedic-point-view/
    It is how each character views what is going on. 
    Young Sheldon uses a narrater so that is specific to his POV. How he percieves it through his characters eyes.


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  2. I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree

    it always was the Sheldon show as I saw it. It's always been about the other characters reacting to Sheldon. Or him reacting to them. It's not like this is anything new. So i never I know why this surprises anyone. Fans can say over and over that it was Lenny from the start, and maybe it was for them, but I've never seen any evidence of that from the showrunners.


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  3. Do you think tptb you pull something out of their a**es for sheldon. I really think they did that to leonard just to try and make sheldon good like the better person its jmo but they been doing that for the last 3 seasons

    And Leonard didn't have any effect on ruining the vegas wedding? That is what ruined it for me. Leonard admitting he kissed Mandy. Great way to start a new life as a married couple. 


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  4. From Glamour
    The Big Bang Theory wrapped filming on the show's eleventh season nearly two weeks ago, which means one thing for the cast and crew: vacation. But executive producer and showrunner Steve Holland was more than happy to interrupt his time off to give us a preview of Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farrah Fowler's wedding. (The episode, the show's season finale, airs Thursday, May 10.)
    "I'm excited, so I'm happy to talk about it," Holland tells Glamour. "And I think it's OK to reveal that Sheldon and Amy do get married. This moment has been building for eight or nine years, so, yes, they're going to make it to the wedding. There won't be anything where someone gets cold feet and runs away. We didn't believe this couple would do that." Plus, Shamy shippers wouldn't allow it.
    The episode features a cast of returning favorites, including Laurie Metcalf, Jerry O'Connell, and Courtney Henggeler as Mary, Georgie, and Missy Cooper respectively. You'll also see Kathy Bates and Teller (the magician-comedian) as Amy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fowler. There's also Star Wars legend Mark Hamill. "He's playing himself," Holland says, "but his role in the episode is a surprise."
    Normally before an episode as big as this, the team behind a show is hesitant to release too many pictures—lest they ruin the surprise. But this time was an exception: Holland's not worried about spoilers because fans have already seen Amy's wedding dress a few episodes back. Plus, he says, there are still enough surprises that the photos don't give everything away. In fact, there were so many special moments that they couldn't all fit into the episode. Fortunately, Holland says bonus scenes will be released on CBS.com immediately after the finale.
    "This was a big episode, so there was a lot of pressure that we put on our ourselves. We felt like we really had to deliver," Holland says. "It was very important for us to get this right."
    I guess tptb didn't think they had to put to much effort in the lenny wedding

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  5. I'll bet there won't be any interruptions of the shamy wedding and sheldon will say wonderful things that are out of character for him. One more thing the chicken that chased sheldon up the tree was she chasing him because she didn't like him or because she wanted to be his friend. With sheldons memory now it could be either

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  6. No wonder that fans was pissed off with this episode, one entertainment site on the internet called it even in their review of the episode "the worst wedding in TV history" .
    If i remember right tptb said it was going to be the wedding of the century or something like that

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  7. I guess some people just have to live a normal life and not be prefect like sheldon

    Oh, I don't think he is bad! He usually tries hard to be good. Sometimes he is a (as Sheldon says) a slave. He did not even like Joy.


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  8. I guess your right leonard isn't a saint or a monk but he does seem like a normal male looking for the right woman. I personally don't think that makes him a bad person but i guess we won't agree

    Not always. Remember Joy?
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  9. In the pilot, Penny emerges from the bathroom wearing nothing but a towel - in the apartment of two men she has known for less than an hour. My very first thought was about her total disregard for her personal safety, immediately followed by wondering if this was her usual behaviour.
    Over the years, things like the Luther incident really did rock me back on my heels. I've heard of free-range parenting, but her father mentioned finding her "pee sticks", so they weren't unaware.  Didn't these people exercise ANY care or protection over their child? 
    As for the issue of "punishment", she is now a grown woman; what would this "punishment" be, who would administer it? If it's to do with past behaviour, too late, damage is flipping done and the victim has passed out of her life.
    I'm satisfied with moments like the Speckerman episode, when Amy and Bernadette call her out and make her aware of and take responsibility for the bullying. That's all one can reasonably expect when speaking of heinous behaviour - by Sheldon, Penny or anyone else. Call them out, establish that something is unacceptable, and make it clear not to do that again.
    I guess what you think is acceptable moral actions is different than mine but that's what makes the world go round

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  10. I think one of my favourite moments of the entire run is Amy shrieking "What the HELL, Sheldon!?" during their first living together discussion. Haaaa -haha!
    But no, I feel sorriest for Leonard. Amy is compensated to a degree by what they have in common.  I so enjoy the made up language, fun with flags, the game at the aquarium during their break up,  their joint social experiments - so many odd little activities they invent are innovative and entertaining to me.
    Unfortunately for me shamy is the most boring couple I've ever watched on tv

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    No, it's coincidental that my posts have focused on Penny. It just happens that one post led to replies which I then responded to, which led to more replies, etc.
    I just now expressed my disappointment at the Raj character in another thread, and unfortunately my Sheldon critiques got lost in a hidden post sweep.
    I have friends and family in science and the arts, so I know people like Sheldon, Leonard, Penny, Raj and Amy in real life. (Howards and Bernadettes, not so many.) Some I like very much, some I don't. What I have noticed here is that Penny is very often absolved of responsibility and/or disapproval. 
    For example, Alex is denigrated for doing something once (I believe Chucky described her behaviour as "slutty"?), while Penny, who has done the same thing, in spades, several times, is excused by virtue of her youth.  I OTOH, apply the same standard to both. 
    In real life, I admit I do despise women who use their sexuality as a blunt instrument, manipulating weak-kneed horndogs. I've many times mocked my mates for buying drinks and food for a tartish girl at the end of the bar who is teasing a denouement that will in no way occur.
    When Penny declares she will get out of a speeding citation because of her outfit, guarantees free drinks poolside for herself and the girls in Vegas (indicating her bosom), or saying flipantly she doesn't need cash because "I'm cute, I get by.", does it not bother you, legacy99?
    Favourite character? Well, I like aspects of all of them, but I suppose I like Amy and Sheldon because they are the least likely of all to find the right person, with mutual interests and similarities,  yet they have. They are such underdogs in the game of life, I find myself rooting for their happiness.
    The one character i feel sorry for is Amy i would think for the rest of her life she will be giving in to what sheldon wants if she doesn't sheldon will act like a baby till she does give in

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