Luna18 Posted August 26, 2015 Posted August 26, 2015 Penny is not going to encourage Amy to get back with Sheldon if she doesn't think Amy is getting what she needs out of the relationship If Shamy can work it out, Penny will be cheering on the sidelines, but in the meantime she is going to encourage Amy to take advantage of her current status.We all know that sex is very important to Penny. In her mind, there is something wrong with a relationship where sex is not present. She has Sheldon convinced he lost Amy because he hasn't put out. She is pushing Amy into a direction of opportunity here. I don't think she means any harm by it, she is just trying to guide Amy on what she thinks is wrong with their relationship and pushing her toward a resolution based on her conclusions.This is JMO, and I concede that I could be extremely far-fetched in my thinking here.I can foresee some possible tension between Sheldon and Penny over all of this and Leonard being caught in the middle.i agree it's sad and she has been a hige Shamy shipper, but Penny has also pushed Amy a lot when it comes to Sheldon. In Flaming Spitoon Penny was the one who said "you don't have a boyfriend, you have a Sheldon" and pushed her to date Stuart. Then in The Weekend Vortex she's the one who pushed Amy to stand up for herself to Sheldon and make a scene. I don't it surprising in the least that she pushed Amy to move on and tell her mom. Does it sadden me? Yes. Do I like it? No. But do I think Penny's out of character? No.Yes I can agree with both these points. Penny is a good friend who cares for both Sheldon and Amy but her relationship experiences are so unlike what Shamy have that it's hard for her to empathize. Therefore she can't offer them good advice. I just wanna see Sheldon and Amy figure this whole thing out by themselves and decide that what they have is unique and special. I want Amy to stop caring about what other people say and to admit that she values Sheldon-romance over novel-romance. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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