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Thor and Dr. Jones

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  1. 8 hours ago, Estelle said:

    Hello, I’m new here. 
     

    i just need to talk about the show with other fans right now. I started the show quite recently and I watched the 12 seasons in less than a month. I just finished the last episode just two days ago. And I can’t stop crying all day long since then literally. I can’t stop thinking about it it’s haunting me at night , I wake up at 3 crying. It’s just horrible to cry all the time. I’m in grief, apparently it’s called post show depression. And I literally have nothing else to do in my life right since I am in quarantine at home. So I thought it would be good to talk about this with other fans who went through it. What are your advice ? What should I do? Should I rewatch the show all over again (because watching the last episode just was so brutal and violent and I can’t move one and let it go)? I’d like to know how you went through that please. 

    Hey there,

    a few month ago, I was also new here and came to the forum with exactly the same problem. My post on that is called "Dealing with the end of the series", you should be able to find it just a few posts below yours. 

    I just wanted to say that I really feel you and what you are going through at the moment. I know, it is tough, especially as you're thinking about the show all the time, missing the characters and feeling a kind of emptiness inside of you. Well, it took me two to three weeks to get over it and move on, right now I am stuck on another sitcom. It was a good idea to ask this forum, there are some kind guys here that do literally nothing else but talking about the show all the time. That may help you. As well as that, you should go and meet some family or friends using social media and tell them about your feelings, as you're quarantined that should be the best solution ;)

    I wouldn't advise you to rewatch the show immediately, take a break of at least a month or so and after that, start again if you feel like doing so.

    If you still have questions or just want to talk, the forum is here, open to you.

    Greetings from Germany and Merry Christmas, 

    Thor and Dr. Jones

  2. 9 hours ago, Polly said:

    I was very late to the party and watched the show for the first time this year , at the beginning of lockdown here in the UK so around May. I had obviously heard of the show but didnt really know what it was about so decided to give it a go. I got hooked on the 6th episode and Ive been watching the show on a loop for months now :) I guess i don't have the same emotional attachment as anyone who watched the show when it first aired so i wasn't overly sad when it ended. To be honest, i struggled a bit after season 8 so i think after 12 seasons  it was maybe time to put an end to it. 

    Yeah, you're right. It wouldn't have been a good idea to continue the show further on, 12 seasons are enough and it was a good decision of Jim Parsons to finally pull the line. Now we get some fantastic 12 seasons and a wonderful finale! 

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  3. Hey dear Big Bang Theory fans,

    I just finished watching the show this Tuesday after watching the complete series throughout the last three to four months. As I am from Germany, I obviously watched it in german synchronisation. The show gave me so much joy and happiness throughout these months of the year, I cannot even explain. And, well, now that I am finished watching, I feel like there's is an emptiness inside of me, as if something really important has gone. I mean that sounds like really stupid and I never felt that before when finishing a television series, but I hope you get what I mean. Don't get me wrong, I am not depressed or so but I feel like very sad. How did you deal with the end and how did you feel about it? Thank you for answering! 

    Simon

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