meka3000 Posted December 12, 2015 Posted December 12, 2015 (edited) 17 hours ago, sarah7 said: -But if they had leave to her apartment while he was still playing the keyboard (he was so obsessed with the song he could probably hadn't noticed) instead of taking it away, the tuba wouldn't have even come to play! I'm only saying that for people not being confused for their lack of action, they very well could have added a little line that clarified things up, we can think of several excuses or explanations for it, or some could think it's not that important, and that's okay, but it undoubtedly was a plothole. -And characters always choose the first option that wouldn't bring them any other problems? Sigh... sometimes I feel like some tv viewers have become conditioned to believe that their fictional characters are all seeing and infallible. I'm not gonna lie, it drives me nuts. -No it's not a plothole, at least not by what the free dictionary.com gives us: "A plot hole, or plothole, a play on the word "pothole," is a gap or inconsistency in a storyline that goes against the flow of logic established by the story's plot, or constitutes a blatant omission of relevant information regarding the plot sometimes even contradicting itself. These include such things as unlikely behavior or actions of characters, illogical or impossible events, happening for no apparent reason, or statements/events that contradict earlier events in the storyline. While many stories have unanswered questions, unlikely events or chance occurrences, a plot hole is one that is essential to the story's outcome." Nothing about them choosing to take away Sheldon's keyboard FIRST as a course of action was unlikely, illogical, or impossible. Also how they chose to resolve Sheldon bugging them at night had NOTHING to do with the outcome of the main plot of Sheldon figuring out what the song was, and why he remembered it. Hell while we're at it, there's nothing that suggests that they stopped looking for solutions once Sheldon started playing the tuba. For all we know they kept taking away any instruments and he resorted to humming which didn't bug them, OR maybe they did get fed up and go over to Penny's apartment off screen. There's NOTHING on screen to suggest either way what happened after Sheldon started playing the tuba. But that does not make it a plot hole. And regardless, why did it matter whether we saw them go over to Penny's apartment or not off screen? To me it wasn't really relevant to the main plot. Edited December 12, 2015 by meka3000 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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