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6.10 The Fish Guts Displacement (Dec. 6)


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I love that longer clip--the way he says, "I'm sorry. I just want you to get better as soon as possible"--his voice is so sweet and kind in that tiny moment, and then how he leans in closer when he asks if she believes in the placebo effect.

He's such a funny mixture of clueless/impatient (her temperature is exactly the same as half an hour ago, she's not even trying to get better, tictac medicine) and caring.

And one little thing that bothers me for some reason--when he's putting the Purell on his hands after handling the thermometer, I want him to spread it between his fingers--I keep thinking, "spread your fingers apart, get that stuff between your fingers!" He's still germy! :p

And for some reason I love that you can hear the tictacs rattling in his pocket when he gets up from the couch. ;)

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I love that longer clip--the way he says, "I'm sorry. I just want you to get better as soon as possible"--his voice is so sweet and kind in that tiny moment, and then how he leans in closer when he asks if she believes in the placebo effect.

He's such a funny mixture of clueless/impatient (her temperature is exactly the same as half an hour ago, she's not even trying to get better, tictac medicine) and caring.

And for some reason I love that you can hear the tictacs rattling in his pocket when he gets up from the couch. ;)

 

Again, a combination of opposites perfectly done by Jim. :)

 

I'm wondering why he was carrying around those tic-tacs in the first place!

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Again, a combination of opposites perfectly done by Jim. :)

 

I'm wondering why he was carrying around those tic-tacs in the first place!

 

To freshen his breath, I bet Sheldon would offer them to many people every day, as a subtle hint.

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