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7 hours ago, serena_nyc1995 said:

You might be right,but eh...they got back together, that is what writers wanted most viewers to remember. But  overall, I didn't laugh at/ with Shamy as a couple this entire season. 

Anyone else feel that Shamy were funnier in season 8 ? I'm not talking about relationship 'progress' but just fun couple stories- all the scenes like optimizing anxiety in the lab, doing fun with flags, wearing costumes, making the Mars video, doing basket weaving, writing Dr. Who+ LHOP fan fiction, making a fort, doing experiments on others and so on.....it was.....idk.... nice and different. Even the ILY was quite nicely done(alien parasite n all).  Hopefully that comedy aspect returns in season 10, for all characters, not just shamy. This is after all, a sitcom, at the end of the day.

They were funnier in Season 8 but that's because Season 9 was more about drama especially those first 10 episodes. Then they obviously got back together had that landmark moment in their relationship in episode 11 but then overall after that they slowed it down again probably because the writers felt that had enough major screen time and wanted to make sure other character's storylines were progressed. I think both Jim and Mayim probably found it refreshing to do something different this season.

Now they are back together I think they will have more comedy between them next Season and the same should be said for the whole cast. Raj potentially could have drama if they decide to blow up his relationships, but everything else points to a fun and more comedic season.

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7 hours ago, Kathy2611 said:

You don't know that for a fact but based on how she acted with Sheldon, the night she actually lost her virginity to him, I'd bet my life that she wouldn't have gone very far at all with Dave and would've chickened out of having sex with him all together.  She was still in love with Sheldon.  And wasn't all that interested in Dave anymore anyway.  She hesitated in calling him and second guessing herself in that moment before doing so.  Remember, Amy's always been "all talk" and when she faces the action, she gets all nervous.

Now MAYBE, over several months or more, then yeah, she would've either started a serious relationship with Dave and eventually sleep with him or found someone else.  

But it sure as hell wasn't gonna happen during Earworm.  Her actions in Opening Night tell you she wouldn't have.

I agree on that. I think that sometimes people forget that she was as much inexperienced as Sheldon was, she didn't even realize that having dinner with Dave at her apartment could have led to something "intimate" until Bernie pointed that out and her reply to her was just out of "anger" and disappointment for having been rejected by Sheldon. She might even have meant the words she said but, when it comes to facts, I really don't see her going from a peck on the lips to sex on a couch in just one evening. Mostly because of his huge issues about sex and physical contact and the way the whole episode was advertised, Opening Night will be remembered as the episode Sheldon lost his virginity, but as a matter of fact, Amy lost her virginity too. She didn't have, of course, all the difficulties Sheldon had to arrive to that point, but their story shows that in the very "crucial" moments, she is the one that quite doesn't know what to do and panics. She kissed him first while drunk, that's true,  but  when Sheldon kissed her "for real" in 7.15 she literally didn't know where to put her hands and it took her a while to be comfortable in kissing him (if the kiss in 7.19 tells us something it's just that Sheldon was much more at ease than herself in it). Same goes with 9.11; on the couch, Amy was fine and was even the one who took "action", because up to that moment it was something she already "knew" and was comfortable with, but when things went to the bedroom and became "real", she was very nervous and scared. And that was with Sheldon, the person she loves and trusts.

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Not sure if this was posted from Hollywood Reporter.  http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/game-thrones-walking-dead-directors-902422/item/steve-levitan-emmy-director-picks-902451

  • Mark Cendrowski

    The Big Bang Theory (CBS), Ep. 11, "The Opening Night Excitation"

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    "The episode where Sheldon [Jim Parsons] and [Mayim Bialik] finally sleep together was great. It answered the will-they-or-won't-they question that fans have asked for a long time, but it also encapsulated what we want this show to be — funny but also sweet. And the way it came about was totally organic. Nothing about it was ever forced. We just go along with our stories, and sometimes you see a chemistry that works. So we never project too far ahead.

    For that episode, we all knew what was going to happen, but I wanted to do a big reveal for the audience. I'd show Sheldon in a single shot, saying, 'I enjoyed that more than I thought I would!' And then we'd see Amy there with her hair messed up and breathing heavily, saying, 'Yeah, me too!' To sell this idea to our producers, I actually had a prop guy stand in front of Mayim at the run-through to keep her completely covered until the big moment. So she was revealed to everyone on set the same way the camera would reveal it to the audience. The producers loved that, saying, 'That's just the way we pictured it.'

    I tried not to make too much of the scene, though. We just did one rehearsal and the run-through where we messed her hair up, but other than that, we saved it for the audience. I realized that you didn't have to pound the scene into people's heads. It's more effective to keep it simple and not make too much out of it. And it was our highest-rated episode of the season, so we all went, 'Yeah, that's what people wanted to see.' "

    Cendrowski also has directed episodes of CBS' The Odd Couple this season.


    Steve Levitan

    Modern Family (ABC), Ep. 19, "The Party"

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OMG, she is so beautiful in that picture.

Every time I see it, it takes my breath away. :maninlove: 

On 6/14/2016 at 3:03 AM, serena_nyc1995 said:

I still think Opening Night is slightly better of the two episodes, but that is just my opinion.

I agree, and not just because of the Shamy scenes.

The Sheldon-Penny-Bernadette kitchen counter scene was great, as was the Amy-Penny-Bernadette stairs scene, and the movie theater scenes.

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On 2016/4/3 at 5:32 AM, Bella Duveen said:

He's always wanted her - a man will always buy a drink for a woman he's attracted to.

God,I love this sentence so much.

yes,these three gulps make me believe in him really physically wanting her . (gifs from other fans on Tumblr .) thank you shamy fellas.

thanks a lot to the gulps ,without them ,I could not imagine what were Amy waitng for ,for years.

I've been too late to catch up to so many spectacular shamy discussions. But my English is poor,so that's it.





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