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  1. I was just about to post something about this. What happened to Amy's apartment. She moved into 4b because of a pipe leak, but they never mentioned her lease ending. Why can't Raj live in Amy's old apartment? If she could afford it, why couldn't he? Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  2. I dont think it's about the focus on Sheldon at all, but more about the change in writing. Gone are the exquisitely written intelligent dialogue that most people loved about the series. I'm not talking about really complicated explanations of things, either. I just mean their vocabulary has significantly decreased over time. Nowadays, they all talk like a bunch of average Joe's. On top of that, their current storylines are that of any sitcom ever made. There's nothing unique anymore that sets them apart from other shows. Oh, the married couple is having a bunch of arguments? Done before, many times. Oh, someone's having money issues and moves in with friends? Been there, done that. Where the he'll are the creative storylines? Where's the science that made the show a hit in the first place? Where's the amazing vocabularies? Even their speech patterns have changed, and no longer sets any of the characters apart. That's not to say I wouldn't live to see more from Lenny and less from Shamy, but I don't think that's what caused the loss of viewership. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  3. I think just plain "Sheldon Cooper" is better than Little Sheldon. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  4. Yup this. All of this. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  5. I'm really not liking season ten so far. I love the interactions between Sheldon and Amy, of course, but it seems as though the writers have changed the entire premise of the show. For nine seasons, all of Sheldon's friends tolerated his behaviour because they understood that his brain works differently than most people's do. Nowadays, it's like they can't stand him. He's working on being better in social interactions, but I guess they expect him to already be an expert In That area? There is no more understanding at all from anyone except Amy. I also hated the part where they left to eat their dinner in 4b instead of hanging out with their friends. It just didn't feel right. They've always eaten dinner together as a group... I'm just a little sad with how the show is going. I guess I'm like Sheldon and I can't handle change. Him moving to 4b was as much as I could handle. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  6. I love it!! Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  7. I have a theory. All along, the writers really planned for Sheldon and Penny to be end game. They initially brought Amy along so that it can seem like Sheldon and Leonard have the girlfriend that the other SHOULD have. (Similar to what they did with their mothers). They make sure to show Penny and Sheldon building a strong friendship over the years, and they also show Leonard and Amy having a good time (that wedding episode). The Amy character was meant to help Sheldon become more comfortable with affection to be ready for a relationship with Penny. Along the way, there was an overwhelming response to Sheldon and Amy being together, so the writers decided to stay on that course instead. Nowadays, the writers de used that maybe Penny and Sheldon should be endgame after all, and they are working towards making that happen starting with Lenny fighting a lot, etc. I don't actually WANT any of that to be true, but it is my theory. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  8. The very first episode I watched of tbbt was season 4 ep 8 and I absolutely thought that Sheldon was the main character. I kept watching and my perception did not change in that regard. When I introduced the show to my bf, he had the same conclussion as well. Sheldon was just the type of character that grabbed your attention. He was absolutely a phenomenon. Having said that, neither of us cared much for Amy's character, so I guess you can say that Lenny was indeed the main relationship of the show in the early seasons. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  9. I agree that being blackout drunk means she definitely could not consent. What I'm saying is that just because Raj was not black out drunk does not mean he was able to consent. If the roles were reversed and Penny was the one who remembered, but raj got blackout drunk, would people be accusing Penny of raping raj? I highly doubt it. I think because he's the man and she's the woman, people automatically think that he took advantage of her and it's ridulous. They were both drinking. Being blackout drunk is not the line where inability to consent is drawn. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  10. I hate this type of argument with a hot burning passion. Just because raj remembers what happened does not mean he took advantage of her. They were both drinking and both of them could have been impaired enough to not know what they are doing. Just because he remember the events does not at all allude to how impaired he was. I say they were BOTH unable to give consent. No one took advantage of the other. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  11. Yeah, no. He had a few childish quirks back in day, which did not overtake his entire character. He was still the highly intelligent, arrogant, obnoxious man outside of those incidents. Nowadays, every single episode has some kind of joke about him being treated like a child or him acting like a child. I feel that it overtaken his character. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk So... What? Domesticated Sheldon can no longer have intelligent dialogue? Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  12. Yes! One of my favorite Sheldon dialogues was when he explained that there was a scientific basis for being rendered speechless. I thought it was such brilliant writing. I actually clapped my hands while watching that. It's just like I said. His character is no longer brilliant and dignified. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  13. He was the funny oddball genius in earlier seasons, but they didn't treat him like a child then. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  14. Yup everything about his character nowadays is childish. Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  15. I cannot stand what they've done to Sheldon's character. I know most Sheldon fans say that it's just character development, but it's really not. I feel like they've actually gone backwards with him. He started out the series being so brilliant, proud, and dignified. Obnoxious, yes, but still dignified. He had a few childlike quirks, but still acted like a man for the most part. One of main things that attracted me to the show was Sheldon's character. His arrogance was hot as fuck, and the manner in which he carried himself was such a turn on (I'm into that, as you can tell). Nowadays, the writers have turned him into a child. Pretty much every episode has him doing some childish thing and getting scolded for his behavior. I'm over it. He is nothing like he used to be. And because I know people will defend him, I have no problem with him learning proper manners and empathy. My issue is with the way he acts now. There's nothing dignified about him anymore. He's just one huge manchild, its such a turn off. I can't believe Amy still wants to do him. I say this as a Shamy shipper, please give Sheldon his spark back!!!!! Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
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