6.15 The Spoiler Alert Segmentation (Feb. 7) in Season 6 Posted February 10, 2013 The setup for this episode had the characters suddenly become other forms of themselves that defied previous developments: - In the previous episode Leonard all but asked Penny if he could buyan action figure and she said sure if you think that's cool. Leonardread her face and voice expression and immediately knew that the realanswer was no. Now we are to believe he makes the far bolder decision tomove in with her and suddenly he is blind to her discomfort and did notreally discuss it with her before hand.I fully agree with you here. Leonard should have noticed her vocal and facial expressions and realized she had a problem with it. The only thing I can think of is that Leonard was so upset and focused on Sheldon, he missed it. - Penny has had no problem letting Leonard know when he is pushingtoo hard. We saw her go off when he redid her history paper. Suddenlyshe holds her fire because she does not want to hurt his feelings. Thenshe becomes Penny again at the end of the episode an tells him he shouldhave asked her if she was ready.To be fair, Leonard, by the time Penny went off, had been made aware of Penny's feelings, by Amy and Sheldon. She no longer had to worry about hurting Leonard's feelings, that had already been done. - Maybe we can believe that Leonard has not read any Harry Potternovels, despite his geek credibility, But he did not know thatDumbaldore had died despite that being from an book from 2005 and amovie later on. Did he selectively censor the internet for 7 years?One or two years I could have bought. Seven years? That's a bit iffy. - Penny, the slow reader, who only goes to rom-com movies has readall the Harry Potter books and/or seen all the films? This is the secondtime she has made a Harry Potter deep inside reference (Harry's wandvs. Thor's hammer). When did she become this Potterhead and how comeLeonard did not know this?Heheheheheh, my wife, who is a slow reader, was/is a complete Potterhead, as was my daughter(which is where my wife got it from). While I scorned it, as a children's book, until the sixth book and never really became a Potterhead. As for the rest, yep, yep, yep.