3ku11 Posted September 3, 2013 Posted September 3, 2013 (edited) And some wonder why I don't care for Sheldon that much. This is the reason I don't buy into the 'Sheldon don't know any better' crap he selfish, condescending, he's a think he knows it all, and more. Leonard wasn't trying to be condescending, he thought he was helping Penny feel better about what upset her. If anything Penny overreacted and didn't try to understand why Leonard brought her the information. Makes you wonder if Penny would have acted in the same matter if Sheldon gave her the same information. eta: Leonard only understood that he was wrong after Penny was over the top. I think it was more that Penny got the impression that Leonard could only date her if Penny was cleared smart enough or Penny asatained a certain level of degree or qualification lol. That wasen't Leonard's intentions but he should of been more clear about his intentions, Penny only reacted the way she did based on the information she was given, different information like Penny I think your really really smart and amazing, and as a fall back to the amazing acting career your sure to have, heres some waitress courses I think you could do... *door slammed* haha so same result really. And in regards to Sheldon I don't think he intentionally means to be condecending and patronising, it's just the way he is built, he is logical and analytical, he speaks his mind. Like in 3x02 Sheldon blurted that Penny may feel agrieved because of Leonard's dissapointing performance, Penny was so embarrased. Sheldon diddn't even realize what he did wrong, he is not as socially equip as the rest of the group. Like in 2x01 when Sheldon told Penny you may not be compatible in his Sheldonesque way, he diddn't mean to imply Leonard is too good for her, just Penny gave him the information, he processed and Sheldon delievared thats the way he is. Edited September 3, 2013 by 3ku11 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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