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Thanks for the info. You, my friend,  are a wealth of knowledge or you're very good at searching for information. Either way I learn a lot reading your posts. 😊

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12 hours ago, Tensor said:

An unmarried mother automatically get legal and physical custody of the child.  If the father wants to be in or play an active role in the child life, and the mother disagrees, the father would have to petition the court to determine paternity.  Once that is determined, if the mother and father disagree, then you would have to petition the court for parental visits. .

 This is where you are confusing the laws with the latitude judges have when making a ruling, based on those laws.  It isn't an automatic that just because the father is declared the legal father, the ruling is the child splits the time equally between the mother and father. The father would have to again petition the court, presenting evidence for visitation rights (the term varies from state to state) .

The mother would also have to present evidence, there would probably be some input from the child(depending on age), along with others who could be called and then the judge would decide, how much time each parent would have, in what they feel is in the best interests of the child. However, the judge can, and some have, make what seems like an illogical decision. There have been many instance of what many thought of as silly judgements.  Like one case where the child was given to the mother, even though she was an addict or in a couple of cases, convicted of murder.

I have no idea what you are trying to say here.

 

He can try to do something, if the mother is fighting him, it would require he show he is the better parent and even that may not matter.  

A couple of things here.  One, What you don't seem to realize is that an agreement, behind closed doors, is not legally binding.  For the agreement to be legally binding, it would have to go through court, probably family court.  Any decision from such a court would be publicly available through the state or county records.  If you don't think quite a few of the gossip mags haven't already done records checks with the State of Tennessee, within family court, using Johnny's name,  you don't know how these things work.  Hell, they do several different records checks each day in and around LA, that's how a couple of mags found out about Kaley's filling for divorce from Ryan.

Speaking of which, if you, personally, want information on either of Kaley's divorces, Mayim's divorce, etc, you can pay the County of Los Angles the required fee, and they will send it to you. Same thing if you know of any records of Johnny's in Tennessee.  It's all public information, by law.  And, even if there is some reason to seal the records, it would still show that there was something done in court.   BTW, a custody agreement would not be sealed, which of course the rag papers would find and publish.  So, no, there would not be any legally binding agreement, behind closed doors.

Two, a lot of stuff could have happened.    All we can go by is what is in the public record.  That includes any verifiable stuff on TV,  Radio, magazines, State records, news, etc.  And, if it is in any of those records, you can be sure it will be published.  You can't prove or disprove a negative and that is exactly what you are trying to do by saying this or that could have happened.  And, anything that is legally binding would have to go through a court, which would all be in public records.  

Again, I merely put that in to dampen speculation that they could be some change.  I don't think it's likely, both Alaina and Johnny seem to be on good terms, but that doesn't mean their might be problems, however unlikely, down the road. 

Once again your explanations make these topics understandable

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1 hour ago, Mario D. said:

Once again your explanations make these topics understandable

 

7 hours ago, chucky said:

Thanks for the info. You, my friend,  are a wealth of knowledge or you're very good at searching for information. Either way I learn a lot reading your posts. 😊

Thanks to both of you.

 

7 hours ago, chucky said:

 You, my friend,  are a wealth of knowledge or you're very good at searching for information. Either way I learn a lot reading your posts. 😊

 chucky, it's a bit of both.  As you might be aware, I have a really, really good memory (called eidetic light by some here) that if I can't remember specific details, I can get close enough to know where to look for those details.  If I'm unsure, I always look it up, as I try to give the most accurate info I can.

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37 minutes ago, Tensor said:

 

Thanks to both of you.

 

 chucky, it's a bit of both.  As you might be aware, I have a really, really good memory (called eidetic light by some here) that if I can't remember specific details, I can get close enough to know where to look for those details.  If I'm unsure, I always look it up, as I try to give the most accurate info I can.

Well,  you certainly have achieved great success in those endeavors. As I've said,  I always learn a lot from your posts. I never miss the opportunity to read your new chapters from all of your stories. The  Chew Toy Revelations got me started reading your stories. I've enjoyed them all. 

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it's nice to hear from him. I miss him. 

I watched 8*22 ( The Graduation Transmission ) at lunchtime and he was so good in it. Kinda makes me mad how under-utilised he was in the later seasons . Such a waste. 

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15 minutes ago, NeckShotLime said:

it's nice to hear from him. I miss him. 

I watched 8*22 ( The Graduation Transmission ) at lunchtime and he was so good in it. Kinda makes me mad how under-utilised he was in the later seasons . Such a waste. 

Agreed. Johnny, Kaley and the remaining cast members were under-utilized when it stopped being TBBT and became the Shamy and their Minions Show. 

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2 hours ago, NeckShotLime said:

it's nice to hear from him. I miss him. 

I watched 8*22 ( The Graduation Transmission ) at lunchtime and he was so good in it. Kinda makes me mad how under-utilised he was in the later seasons . Such a waste. 

Also, I read an article where he states this episode as one of his favorites

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3 hours ago, Mario D. said:

Also, I read an article where he states this episode as one of his favorites

Good to know. I haven't read too many articles on him. 

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5 hours ago, chucky said:

Good to know. I haven't read too many articles on him. 

This was awhile ago. The other episodes he listed as his favorites: S3 E19 "Wheaton Recurrance", S4 E15 "Benefactor Factor", S6 E8 "The 43 Peculiarity", S7 E23 "The Gorilla Dissolution" and as mentioned S8 E22 "Graduation Transmission"  I guess you can tell most of them were with Kaley.

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2 minutes ago, Mario D. said:

This was awhile ago. The other episodes he listed as his favorites: S3 E19 "Wheaton Recurrance", S4 E15 "Benefactor Factor", S6 E8 "The 43 Peculiarity", S7 E23 "The Gorilla Dissolution" and as mentioned S8 E22 "Graduation Transmission"  I guess you can tell most of them were with Kaley.

As much as we hate The Wheaton Recurrence, the actors loved it as it gave them a chance to do some acting that was a bit meatier than their usual work on the show, hence Johnny's selection.  I remember one of the episodes, Mayim put out about how excellent it was and, of course, many Shamys went ballistic when it was a bad Shamy episode, but Mayim and Jim got an opportunity to really do some serious acting.  I think Johnny's selection of The Benefactor Factor had to do with his chance to work with Jessica Walter more than anything else. 

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9 hours ago, Mario D. said:

This was awhile ago. The other episodes he listed as his favorites: S3 E19 "Wheaton Recurrance", S4 E15 "Benefactor Factor", S6 E8 "The 43 Peculiarity", S7 E23 "The Gorilla Dissolution" and as mentioned S8 E22 "Graduation Transmission"  I guess you can tell most of them were with Kaley.

Of course enjoyed the scenes with Kaley. They had so much fun interacting with each other. 

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9 hours ago, Tensor said:

As much as we hate The Wheaton Recurrence, the actors loved it as it gave them a chance to do some acting that was a bit meatier than their usual work on the show, hence Johnny's selection.  I remember one of the episodes, Mayim put out about how excellent it was and, of course, many Shamys went ballistic when it was a bad Shamy episode, but Mayim and Jim got an opportunity to really do some serious acting.  I think Johnny's selection of The Benefactor Factor had to do with his chance to work with Jessica Walter more than anything else. 

Yes In the article there was mentioned for each episode why Johnny favored it. And working with  Jessica Walter  was one of the reasons he favored this episode. But mostly he liked these episodes because his character was growing in depth from being nerdy to a more confidant individual.

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12 hours ago, Mario D. said:

This was awhile ago. The other episodes he listed as his favorites: S3 E19 "Wheaton Recurrance", S4 E15 "Benefactor Factor", S6 E8 "The 43 Peculiarity", S7 E23 "The Gorilla Dissolution" and as mentioned S8 E22 "Graduation Transmission"  I guess you can tell most of them were with Kaley.

I've noticed that these episodes were before the dynamics of the show changed to Shamy and Their Minions Show.  I wonder what he really felt about the latter seasons of the show. 

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On 3/8/2022 at 7:16 AM, chucky said:

Thanks for the info. You, my friend,  are a wealth of knowledge or you're very good at searching for information. Either way I learn a lot reading your posts. 😊

Glad to be of service

7 minutes ago, chucky said:

I've noticed that these episodes were before the dynamics of the show changed to Shamy and Their Minions Show.  I wonder what he really felt about the latter seasons of the show. 

I always got the impression that he knew that Kaley and his roles somewhat became secondary. I recall an interview he and Kaley did prior to season 11 in which they were very indifferent to the questions asked about the upcoming season. It was as if they kind of knew their storylines were not going to be  A plots. Also, I think this was a factor in Johnny's hesitation on signing a new contract. And also why he and Kaley wanted a season 13.

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1 hour ago, Mario D. said:

Glad to be of service

I always got the impression that he knew that Kaley and his roles somewhat became secondary. I recall an interview he and Kaley did prior to season 11 in which they were very indifferent to the questions asked about the upcoming season. It was as if they kind of knew their storylines were not going to be  A plots. Also, I think this was a factor in Johnny's hesitation on signing a new contract. And also why he and Kaley wanted a season 13.

I can see your point. I think a Season 13 with or without Shamy would still be good. I think that even if Jim left the show, Mayim would have stayed. But,  oh well. 

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2 hours ago, chucky said:

I can see your point. I think a Season 13 with or without Shamy would still be good. I think that even if Jim left the show, Mayim would have stayed. But,  oh well. 

Yeah for one year they could have worked their way around the absence of Sheldon. This would have given more storylines to P&L and Raj, but Chuck Lorre prevailed.

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32 minutes ago, Mario D. said:

Yeah for one year they could have worked their way around the absence of Sheldon. This would have given more storylines to P&L and Raj, but Chuck Lorre prevailed.

It  could have been like the first 7 years when there were story lines lines for the entire cast not just 2 cast members and breadcrumbs thrown to the remaining cast.

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17 hours ago, Tensor said:

I saw that last night.  The Foo Fighters are one of the few current bands I follow, and part of that is because of Taylor.  I feel bad for Johnny as Taylor was a friend of his. 

Noticed on Johnny's IG that Kaley gave him some love and support for the loss of his friend

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1 hour ago, Mario D. said:

Noticed on Johnny's IG that Kaley gave him some love and support for the loss of his friend

Yeah, I commented on that in the Johnny and Kaley thread. 

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