phantagrae Posted December 14, 2015 Posted December 14, 2015 (edited) On December 13, 2015 at 7:59 AM, Kasey said: Phanta, you know I did say "with a due respect" concerning my opinion on the episode. I am sorry that I didn't like it in the same way you did. I realize that commenting on a forum means that others may debunk or dispute but I find this post to be a little sarcastic and uncalled for. I don't like Sheldon that much and not a huge, over the top fan of Shamy - BUT I have usually tried to be respectful of the fact of others like him and them. I even wrote what I thought was a nice FF about Shamy. The first post you quoted, I was being sarcastic and I assumed it was obvious. Sorry if you didn't get that. The second post was in direct response to you "explaining" the episode to me. As I tried to say with as few words as possible because that is how I roll, that no matter what the reasoning was, I didn't like it. I did not in no way, shape or form call out anyone for the fact that they did like it. Well, since you mentioned the bit about Sheldon interrupting Amy about to kiss Dave, I was wondering, legitimately, how you would rather have wanted that scene to go. I realize you don't like Sheldon, but since the story line is about Sheldon and Amy reconciling, what do you think would have been a more satisfying, to you, way for that scene to go? What was it about that scenario that you didn't like? Since it didn't seem to be the idea of standard comic writing (the saved by the bell scenario or the speak of the devil scenario), I was wondering what it was you didn't care for? Was it just the fact that it was a Sheldon scene? And Carlos, I might say something to you about your attitude toward me, but it would just get me in trouble. I'm not telling anyone how to watch the show, but if someone doesn't seem to get it, and makes random assumptions about things in the writing, then I'm gong to speak up. And my opinion about whether or not a scene is funny is just as legitimate a point to be discussed. You, or anyone else, can state that something didnt strike them as funny and I'm free to ask why--we all form opinions for a reason. And if the explanation mentions things that may be traditional comic standards or whatever, then why not discuss it? Edited December 14, 2015 by phantagrae Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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