Martin Pollard Posted June 29, 2014 Posted June 29, 2014 Sheldon should actually have a conversation with Bernadette, or Howard or even Leonard about Amy's state of mind. They've all seen the growing uncertainty with Amy's perception of where she stands with Sheldon. Penny is too close to Sheldon now, and not so much with Amy so talking to Penny won't do it this time. All this to say, he needs help to understand the full context of how she feels cause he's not getting there fast enough on his own. See, this is the part I don't get. Penny is too close to Sheldon so she shouldn't be the one to talk to Sheldon about Amy? Funny, because as I recall, just about every single advance in their relationship has somehow involved Penny. To say now that she's precisely the wrong person to talk to Sheldon about Amy makes no sense whatsoever. I'd love to hear the reasoning behind it, because right now it doesn't sound like any sort of logic that exists on this planet. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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