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  1. I am starting to have a love/hate relationship with Season 5. What I loved in this episode were Sheldon and Spock, they were just brilliant, watching the scenes with them just made me feel like I am watching the early seasons. And as horrible as it may be, I didn't miss Amy's character at all, it was actually refreshing for me to watch one episode without her. And what is happening to Raj?! Making him gay all of a sudden is just awkward, too sudden and completely not in line with his character. Overall, this season to me is markedly different than the previous ones, and I find that unsettling
  2. I just started to watch Season 5 and I have to say that I am a little bit disappointed. Now in saying that, I have to add a disclaimer that this is my personal opinion, and that I do understand some other people do not share my thoughts . I started to like Amy in Season 4, she was a very good secondary character which actually added some "freshness" to the show. But the key word is secondary, and I do agree with some of the people here about not really liking where the show leads us regarding her and Sheldon. I agree that the show is becoming more of a relationship drama that what it previou
  3. I did not like Amy at all in the beginning, but when I watched season 4 again from the start, I realized that I actually like her. She and Bernadette are a refreshing addition to the story, but I personally would not like to see Amy and Sheldon together, at least not yet (although Sheldon's "She's not for you" reaction to Leonard having a good time with Amy clearly indicates he has some possesive feelings about her, which could be his freaky way of sensing some romantic attraction). I cannot imagine Sheldon in love. But I do agree with wayelrob that the writers won't be able to resist putting
  4. If you look at the The Bat Jar Conjecture from Season 1, he actually speaks in front of Penny without drinking any alcohol, I think he says "Great story" or something like that, after Leonard and Howard talk about Zod from Superman, and then covers his mouth after realizing what he just did. And there's no alcohol on the table, only food and water/juice. I personally would not like to remove mutism because it's really funny, like his inner monologue when he is "chatting" with Penny on the stairs (Season 1, don't know the name of the episode, when Sheldon and Leonard clean the apartment). I w
  5. i don't think thats the case Sheldon's part of opening up gradually is understandable He always had friends Leonard, Howard, and Raj, now he's friends with Penny however, Amy said it herself she didn't have any friends if you were Amy and you never had friends, all of a sudden theres 2 girls that she can come in contact and don't toss her aside she had to eat with the janitor i mean if you were a loner all your life and all of a sudden you have 2 people don't mind bringing you along in their group wouldn't you try to fit in as soon as possible? also, she mentioned peer pressure
  6. I personally am somewhere in the middle when it comes to the opposing comments on this thread. I truly miss the moments with only the guys, at the university, in the comic shop, or in the apartment playing video games or eating and discussing various topics in their unique ways. And I miss Kripke and Leslie - episodes with them were truly hilarious (remember Perpetual Motion Squad vs. Army Ants :D, or when Sheldon was a guest in a radio show ). I agree that the characters do have to evolve, and I really like the Howard and Bernadette story - it would be really interesting to see how they'll
  7. I personally liked her more at the beginning of the show, now it feels like she is trying a bit too hard to fit in with the rest of the girls. I thought that she'll be something like a Sheldon's counterpart in the ladies' group, and that she'll gradually start to "open up", but to me personally, her fitting in is too fast and a bit extreme.
  8. I had a crush on Batman. But when they substituted Michael Keaton with Val Kilmer and George Clooney, my crush abruptly ended (and Batman was totally ruined for me). The last two Batman movies renewed my faith in Batman, so I'm looking forward to the new one.
  9. I didn't like this episode at all. Amy's character was OK to me at the beginning of the season, but now, it's just what Sheldon said, I don't really understand what's going on with her. And the whole Raj story with the pills was horrible, I mean, a propensity to nudity as a side-effect was just lame. A really disappointing episode, only Sheldon and his chess game were good. The whole show is getting weaker to me by the episode, too many new characters, the story is watered down, it feels like they don't have a predetermined story path, they just struggle with the story episode by episode.
  10. I did not quite like this episode, and I have to admit, I do not like Amy. She just does not fit in the show, she's totally redundant, at least for me. On the other side, Bernadette's character is brilliant - the relationship with Howard is so funny and interesting, and I'm so curious as how that will develop in the future. They were the best part of this episode, and, of course, Raj. Raj is always funny and never fails, at least to me, and if the authors choose to "find" him a partner, I hope from the bottom of my heart she (or he - remember "ersatz homosexual marriage" :D) won't be similar t
  11. That's more of an alternate universe than a parallel one (RE: existing in another world with different parents). Parallel universes have fundamental changes (as S'chn T'gai stated); however, I do believe that relationships can be altered, depending on certain events culminating in your parallel past. Your character or state of mind, however, would remain intact (for the most part). Just think of Star Trek 2009: the parallel crew's personalities remained similar to their personalities in the original series; however, certain events caused shifts in career paths, relationships, etc. Star
  12. I was just thinking yesterday - under the influence of Sheldon's character, of course - what my other selves are doing in their respective universes, better to say, which paths did they choose in their lives. But I have a question for other physicists here, since I'm not one and cannot fully grasp the question of those parallel universes - how come I can exist in other universes, since my mother and father probably chose different partners in those universes? And if they chose different partners, they I could have not been born, right?
  13. She doesn't annoy me, and she should be used more, but not so often she does become annoying. Howard's girlfriend Bridget is great, and isn't being used too much. Amy is annoying and should be used sparingly, or I'll get sick of her quickly. I completely agree. I find Howard girlfriend's character (but I think her name is Bernadette?) much more interesting than Amy's. And Leslie is brilliant!
  14. I agree completely. Sheldon is Sheldon, and he is supposed to act that way. But I also believe the show should focus more on others and the group as a whole, because then balance would be present and the show would be just like in the beginning.
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