A.D.A. Posted May 25, 2016 Posted May 25, 2016 (edited) I think concerning the "you only have a limited amount of time" conversation, it was just clumsy writing. The actor delivered that whole sequence quite beautifully (honestly, that was the most moving part of the episode to me), so I didn't notice until the rewatch, either, but logically it's odd. Yes, Sheldon only has a limited amount of time to spend with Amy on this earth, but he only has a limited amount of time to watch Star Wars, too. It's not like Sheldon is immortal or, as far as we know, that you can watch Star Wars after your death (althought that might be interesting). What's in question here is Sheldon's priorities, obviously, and because of the acting I think the scene still worked, but the juxtaposition is basically nonsense unless there were a reason that the time he can spend with Amy is shorter than the time he could spend watching Star Wars (which would be his whole lifetime). Perhaps it should have been made clearer that it might have been about spending a special occasion with her (Amy only has one birthday per year, but you can watch Star Wars every day of the year). Edited May 25, 2016 by A.D.A. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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