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Watching CTV and they just had a commercial for TBBT. The scene where Penny says "How about we get married?" So much for keeping the proposal under wraps.

 

Oh, yeah, and it's accompanied by the sound of a bomb dropping!

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Watching CTV and they just had a commercial for TBBT. The scene where Penny says "How about we get married?" So much for keeping the proposal under wraps.

 

Oh, yeah, and it's accompanied by the sound of a bomb dropping!

The possibility of a proposal was never a secret. Molaro gave that away saying they are capable of proposing to each other anytime and they explore this in the last three episodes. I believe what is still under wraps is the acceptance by Leonard and his proposal with the ring.

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The possibility of a proposal was never a secret. Molaro gave that away saying they are capable of proposing to each other anytime and they explore this in the last three episodes. I believe what is still under wraps is the acceptance by Leonard and his proposal with the ring.

Maybe it was for the vast majority of viewers who don't scrape for every bit of news like we do. Even on this forum, for the unspoiled it was only a possibility, not a reality.

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Maybe it was for the vast majority of viewers who don't scrape for every bit of news like we do. Even on this forum, for the unspoiled it was only a possibility, not a reality.

Hey, it's a big draw card if you don't follow the story. An incidental aspect of the "leak" about the engagement might actually be a lift in viewership. (What if it goes the other way? Not enough Sheldon perhaps and ratings drop. Oh no!). LOL.

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(SPOILER POSSIBLY)First off I don't know if this is spoilers since I am going off of the preview and I have not watched the episode. I am just going to tag this as spoilers though just in case it does count. I couldn't find any spoiler button so you were warned in advance. In the preview it says that Leonard trys to kick out Sheldon. I don't understand how he can attempt to do this. First off Sheldon was in that apartment first when he put out an add for a room mate. Second its a two bedroom apartment and if hes sleeping with Penny anyways why would he need an extra bedroom? Dont most married couples share a bed? Why doesn't Leonard move across the hall? It seems rude to kick someone out of their own home when they were living there first and gave you the chance to. That is like moving in with your uncle than trying to kick him out. 

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(SPOILER POSSIBLY)First off I don't know if this is spoilers since I am going off of the preview and I have not watched the episode. I am just going to tag this as spoilers though just in case it does count. I couldn't find any spoiler button so you were warned in advance. In the preview it says that Leonard trys to kick out Sheldon. I don't understand how he can attempt to do this. First off Sheldon was in that apartment first when he put out an add for a room mate. Second its a two bedroom apartment and if hes sleeping with Penny anyways why would he need an extra bedroom? Dont most married couples share a bed? Why doesn't Leonard move across the hall? It seems rude to kick someone out of their own home when they were living there first and gave you the chance to. That is like moving in with your uncle than trying to kick him out. 

 

Leonard is not Kicking Sheldon out, He is moving in across the hall with Penny and also it is Sheldon Apartment as he was living there first and so that why Leonard moving out.  I rad the spoilers and It Leonard who is moving out. 

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Leonard is not Kicking Sheldon out, He is moving in across the hall with Penny and also it is Sheldon Apartment as he was living there first and so that why Leonard moving out.  I rad the spoilers and It Leonard who is moving out. 

Well that makes more sense than Leonard kicking out Sheldon since that's just plain wrong. Now considering either way Sheldon is going to be separated from Leonard do you believe hes going to get a new room mate to replace Leonard or go back to how he was when Leonard first moved in? Also what do you think this means is going to happen with Amy? 

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Nothing is resolved about who is moving where.

In the taping report, Leonard suggests both possibilities--himself moving in across the hall with Penny or Sheldon moving across the hall.  I do think it's rude of Leonard to even suggest that Sheldon be the one to move out, and I think that's one of the elements that made Sheldon really angry.

 

I don't know that anyone's going to be moving any time soon, because of how it would change the group dynamic and how they use the boys' apartment as the gang's gathering place.  It could be that the discussion of the eventual change in living arrangements was brought up for two logistical reasons--the writers planting the seed of an eventual change, now that L/P are engaged, and the more immediate issue of pilling a bunch of life changes onto Sheldon to help push him to the point of running away from home.

I don't know that L/P are going to move right away, but I think that if anyone is going to move it's eventually going to be Leonard moving in with Penny.  Or even though everyone seems against it, I can see Penny moving in with Leonard while Sheldon stays put.  I think it would be full of awkward humor and antagonism, but still keep the apartment as the main focus of get-togethers, but with possible changes in how the place looks--or not.

 

But I really object to the idea of Leonard thinking it would be okay for he and Penny to take over what has always been Sheldon's home.  The guy who is getting married should be the one to move out, plain and simple.  Especially since Sheldon isn't the one who wants to change his living quarters.  Whether or not he wants or needs a roommate, he's not seeking change and shouldn't be pressured to move out.

 

Anyway, like I said, the idea of a change in arrangements is something they could play with for a while, if they want to.

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It looks like someone wanted to spoil the season finale for the non-spoiled - http://tvline.com/2014/05/07/revenge-season-4-spoilers-cast-deaths-returning-abc/

I found this quote from Jim Parsons in the article quite interesting.

“It was very interesting to read it for the first time and then to play the final episode because it really gets at the crux of something that is perhaps his defining characteristic as a character on television — which is his resistance to change. If you look at it through that lens, so many of the things he does, the things he says, the places he sits, etc, have everything to do with the fact that this is the way it’s done, this is the right way to do it and this has served him fairly well as a human. They’ve got him in a situation now, the writers do, where it’s not possible to carry on without some of these changes.”

 

You would think that ,apart from the writers, Jim would understand Sheldon better than anyone else. In light of so much angst from Shamy shippers - and I get where you guys are coming from and am not criticising your responses to your ship's rocky journey in the finale - it is interesting that Jim focuses on the crux of his character's traits rather than the duality of the Sheldon/Amy relationship issues. 

Many argue Sheldon has changed too much from S1 to now - I myself don't like the selfish, nasty Sheldon we get sometimes these days compared to the clueless, 100% honest Sheldon of early seasons. But Jim for me does nail down the crux of the issue for Sheldon - he doesn't like change. And everything about Season 7 is change for Sheldon. Change of romantic emotions with Amy, change of living conditions (confirmation of definitely losing Leonard to Penny) , change of family relationship with his Mum, change of work conditions and losing his confidence in string theory and his genius, change of his feelings towards losing people important to him ( he pretends he doesn't care about mourning death but clearly is), change of him being the centre of the universe in his mind ( not evident until after the Table episode - probably the last win he has had )  have all been built up by the writers so that Sheldon has no choice but to work out how he is going to cope. 

 

While Shamy shippers will understandably focus on the undeniable bad treatment of Amy and criticise the writers for the sloppy, inconsistent story lines, non shippers are possibly more interested in the personal story of Sheldon they have been following since Season 1, before the Amy influence of S4 and beyond. I'm probably with Jim on this  one. I'm fascinated by how Sheldon is going to handle it all and look forward to Season 8 and how it transpires. I'm merely interested in how the Shamy relationship develops. I do hope it works out though - I like their chemistry and what it brings to the show.

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