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  1. I agree the gravitational waves are about the impact on each other's lives. This is speculation and I don't know how far the analogy goes, to my understanding when the gravitational waves are "violently" emitted because the molecules or whatever next to each other aren't aligned, they have disturbing effects on each other. Only when the orientation is parallel the gravitational waves stabilize the structure. You're right! He must have been ready for sex when he asked for the ring from his mom or at least when he put it into his drawer. During D and D he wasn`t physically ready, yet. But theoretically he apparently already was very compfortable with it. Merry Christmas to all
  2. Well magnetism seems to be the sexiest physics department if you think about it: it is about attraction or repulsion and being aligned, heading into the same direction within the substance or being separated. The crystallographic defects would be their quirks where a greater magnetic field is required to get them "in sync". The violently emitted gravitational waves would be insults, hurting their feelings etc. IMO
  3. They were dating, but the creative decision about how it's written and executed is up to the director and the writers, not the actors and should not depend on the fact that the actors were actually dating. It had an influence for sure, but it would be very unprofessional if it accidently happened. Did they all know it? I thought it was only the cast, but even if they knew it, they could have decided hey that's too sexy for the show. I'm convinced the other actors can do sexier if they are told to do so, it isn't intended. I don't need to see french open mouthed kisses, that I called them "unnatural" wasn't meant to come across in a negative sense. For Shamy it may be IC, for the other couples rather not, but that's just fine. Just give me another camera angle and I'm happy. But, yes, you're right, even obscured like that it's still very sexy.
  4. The show occasionally has these serious moments, too, like the lime kiss and I believe they are part of the huge success of the show. You can transfer this to fake crying (most of the time) and moments like Penny leaving the bowling hall or Howard opening up to Penny why he's trying so hard. Yes it is a sitcom but they mix some serious drama moments into it. I didn't want to start a debate about French or not, but when I only get to see moving heads and hardly see the mouth I just want to tweak my screen but it won't help. Nevermind. Interesting, that you obviously hated it, mirs, I believe we talk about the same scene. I liked it much better, the official version is softer now, I agree. But why should he enjoy it at first, he got interrupted, but then he gives in and enjoys it. Just nitpicking.
  5. Yeah, that's a good explanation, maybe they want to leave it up to the viewer if they're kissing with or without tongue and most kisses on the show are unnatural closed mouth sitcom kisses anyway. I would perfectly be fine if they aren't French kissing and still want to see it.
  6. For the ones who were disappointed of the after coitus look because you felt it was indifferent: I want to remind you of the line about Spock and Sheldon "he might act like he had no emotions but [] you have feelings just like everybody else". That Sheldon tries to suppress emotions (but fails - he can't just shut his feelings off) is on another page. What I want to point out is, that he will never express his feelings like the average person, he will always show only the tip of the iceberg. You can't compare his after coitus reaction to an average person's one, you can assume he shows a tiny smile and has very intense feelings the same time. This is typical for Sheldon and it'll never change. I suppose the blinking expresses that he is in a very emotional state. He does it before Amy breaks up with him when he wants to fix the relationship and after the conversation when he is turned down. If you judge him like anyone else you wouldn't guess what's going on inside of him only from his subtle facial expressions. Maybe he realised during the make out session that he's ready for the next step. Who knows what he felt? He is definitely not asexual, he clearly wants more than friendship, he's so unaware of all this that he needs an earworm and PP to identify it. I buy it that he does it because he wants it and doesn't do it only for her sake. I think cuddling after coitus would have been OOC, because I myself don't like it. And I am way more comfortable with physical contact than Sheldon is. And Amy was capable being in a relationship with little physical contact so far, she wanted more, but if she needed as much as the average person she couldn't have been with him for years. So in the longterm run the intimacy they have will be what they need. Someone mentioned that they used a better camera angle in the ET interview than in the episode. I totally agree on that. Usually I'm a big fan of leaving things to the imagination instead of showing everything but in this case I admit I'd prefer a camera angle from the side where Amys head hides less (this also applies to the heartworm make out sessions).
  7. Wil Wheaton was teasing but he wasn't mean anymore. I could only agree with what he said, hopefully they keep him like that, neither crossing the line nor just a dull nice guy. Additional to the Shamy bed scene I realised what confused me: their roles are reversed (but still IC): I would have expected Amy to be the one waiting in bed looking at Sheldon with an "I want you" face, while Sheldon would approach hesitantly the bed asking a self explanatory question and crawl into bed avoiding eye and physical contact. It balances the past inequality.
  8. A lot has already been said here, I'd like to add: The Hi-Hello-Moment reminded me of the Pilot when Leonard and Sheldon meet Penny. I've never seen Sheldon like that, so it was almost OOC to me when he looks at Amy entering the room. But I take it as character growth and enjoyed it very much. Steven Molaro, Eric Kaplan I love you.
  9. For me the explanation why they didn't even try to escape was in the line "Come on. I take care of him all day long. You do it for once." Another explanation like their bed broke or something like that would be a blunt excuse.
  10. To me that they stay makes sense (ok while watching I wondered too, but) they are in their parents role again. They take care of Sheldon, how can they leave him alone when he goes crazy. And Sheldon wouldn't let them go, he would come to their apartement, because he can't be alone in such a moment. That the earworm didn't exactly match the song bugged me, too. And the Howard Raj story line didn't do much for me. But I loved the rest of the episode. I found the writing very clever, the first time when Sheldon wants Amy to be his girlfriend was also on a date - after he cleared it up he also (would have) left, there are several parallels, but you can see how much he has matured. No touching the first time, now they kiss with their armes around each other, wow. I also loved the documentary, a way to admit what Lenny meant to him. It was such an emotionally heavy episode, but they found solutions to lighten it. So I can live with the choice of the song that doesn't sound emotionally heavy but really has it in the lyrics. Also the acting, Sheldon, Amy, Dave really nailed it. Very well done.
  11. All shows gradually weaken, but I love The IT Crowd, Battlestar Galactica, Lost and the Simpsons.
  12. Oh yeah! This is my thread! I love both Lenny and Shamy. (I've already postet something similar in the Shamythread) I'm so grateful for these unique romantic moments (lime kiss, valentine's kiss on the vintage train etc), not the boring common cheesy stereotypes of other sitcoms or movies and I'm very forgiving how they mess around with the characters. After every Lenny "milestone" there was some kind of severe setback. Partly for the sake of comedy, but notably for the sake of personal developement. Otherwise how the characters evolved wouldn't have been plausible. Now the same with Shamy. It sometimes feels like the writers are somewhat sadistic, but in fact they manage to take us on this wonderful emotional journey - if everything's going well it wouldn't be half as touching. Lenny's marriage after all these years wasn't a big step anymore, a super romantic big wedding wouldn't fit into the show imho. Leonard wouldn't seriously cheat on Penny but sometimes he makes some poor decisions. Now the Shamy... I'm so excited! What happened in former episodes this season was required to make Sheldon aware of his feelings in full depth. It starts with a rather unidimensional feeling deeper than papercuts. By the way - as sad as it was - I find it an excellent personal developement of Amy that she drew the line and ended the relationship. She wasn't happy and she couldn't solve the relationship issues neither with being pushy nor with waiting until Sheldon would be ready to make a move. Without the break up it would have taken too long. She takes care of herself - indispensable for a healthy relationship. Like previously, Lenny pointed out important things to Sheldon. He wasn't aware a break up means Amy will date other guys making the odds of being her bf again less likely - until Kripke and Leonard tries to prepare him for it. Penny blabs that he was a bad boyfriend clarifying he wasn't meeting Amy's needs. He concludes, that Amy eventually marries a man better than him, so he believes there's somebody out there meeting Amys needs better than him. Wow what a big step for Sheldon to take into account someone could be better than him. He doesn't want another sexual mate - he didn't even try to check out that girl that accomplished the tasks, and that she was too late seemed like a pretext to me. The major reason is he can't open up to another woman and before that experiment he might not have been aware of that. Look into his eyes when she says she didn't sleep with the other guys how he looks at her (this is killing me) and when she asks him if he was ok. Lionne has written some good lines about the scene if I remember correctly. After she says she wants him to be happy I found it very clever, that he said "I believe you" instead of "I am". He wants to believe it himself because he doesn't accept anything else to be true, this is what he allows himself to feel about it but subtly we see that it isn't the truth. Also confessions that getting over Amy was hard for him or the tin man and pinocchio comparision are so intense to me. Uh, Amy moving in feels a little rushed. It's the next step, but hey they just DID IT. I lived in a distant relationship for some years and living together is a big change. Give Sheldon some time to cope with his awoken sexuality first please.
  13. As an old Lenny Shipper I honestly expect them to mess around with Shamy, too. After every Lenny "milestone" there was some kind of severe setback. Partly for the sake of comedy plus they are careful about not writing TBBT too cheesy, but notably for the sake of personal developement. Otherwise how the characters evolved wouldn't have been plausible. It sometimes feels like the writers are somewhat sadistic, but in fact they manage to take us on this wonderful emotional journey (feel free to hate me for saying that) - if everything's going well it wouldn't be half as touching. So be prepaired for further upcoming drama and tragidy, it's painful to go through and hopefully rewarding afterwards. I'm convinced Sheldon and Amy will be together at the end of the show, everything else doesn't make sense to me. So what happened in former episodes this season was required to make Sheldon aware of his feelings in full depth and I can only speculate what role his sexuality played here. It starts with a rather unidimensional feeling deeper than papercuts. By the way - as sad as it was - I find it an excellent personal developement of Amy that she drew the line and ended the relationship. She wasn't happy and she couldn't solve the relationship issues neither with being pushy nor with waiting until Sheldon would be ready to make a move. Without the break up it would have taken too long. She takes care of herself - indispensable for a healthy relationship. (Like previously) Lenny pointed out important things to Sheldon. He wasn't aware a break up means Amy will date other guys making the odds of being her bf again less likely - until Kripke and Leonard tries to prepare him for it. Penny calls him a bad boyfriend clarifying he wasn't meeting Amy's needs. He concludes, that Amy eventually marries a man better than him, so he believes there's somebody out there meeting Amys needs better than him. Wow what a big step for Sheldon to take into account someone could be better than him. He doesn't want another sexual mate - he didn't even try to check out that girl that accomplished the tasks, and that she was too late seemed like a pretext to me. The major reason is, that his heart still belongs to Amy and he can't open up to another woman and before that experiment he might not have been aware of that. Some have posted they missed the chemistry between them in the 9th episode. I did not. Look in his eyes when she says she didn't sleep with them how he looks at her (this is killing me) and when she asks him her question. It feels so real because M and J didn't have to fake emotions here I guess, it's how they feel about their characters. Why is it the most important thing for Sheldon to talk about sex, he doesn't ask something like "are you serious about any of them, is there someone with whom you could imagine to be a good match" or something I would have asked. He acknowledges that Amy missed sex in their relationship and that it's the main reason for their break up. And that she didn't have sex shows him she's not a cheap needy low selfesteemed girl that jumps onto anyone available and that she hasn't found that man better than him yet, it would have made things between them more irrevocable. He can only deal with a friendship at the moment and believes that this version works better for them than a sexual relationship but he has to evaluate this and he hasn't to deal with the fact that Amy is definitely off the market. After she says she wants him to be happy I found it very clever, that he said "I believe you" instead of "I am". He wants to believe it himself because he doesn't accept anything else to be true, this is what he allows himself to feel about it but subtly we see that it isn't the truth. I haven't read the entire thread here so - sorry if some things I wrote already have been discussed here more elaborately. I was off for a while and just watched S9.
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