April Posted February 4, 2017 Posted February 4, 2017 7 minutes ago, mirs1 said: Probably I'm just speaking from my own experience, but you know...family background talks are one of the first "deep" subjects of conversation I have with my SO, and relatively early in the relationship. That's why I'm not convinced it is something Shamy are discussing about just recently after they made up. Probably that was not at the very beginning, because at that point Amy was too robotic and probably even less in touch with her emotions than Sheldon was. But I think it happened at some point along the way. I think they know the basics about each other's families but I also think that they didn't bring family stuff much into their relationship. Amy isn't really close with her mother, and she rarely mentions her father so who knows what's up with that. Likewise Sheldon 1.0 probably couldn't have cared less about her family and I'm not sure Sheldon 2.0 has quite caught up with this judging by Amy's comment in the car in 10x12. I think there's still plenty of potential here for Sheldon to start giving a crap about her family with hilarious results. As for Sheldon's family I equally think he didn't exactly talk much about them for similar reasons. He didn't even inform anyone that his sister was pregnant. I also don't think that there have been many family meetings with Amy cause she only officially met Meemaw last year, and I think if she had more contact with Mary she would have offered her first-name-basis a lot earlier and not only this season. So all in all it rather points to them not talking all that much about their families. And judging by their childhood stories I can't exactly blame them because both of their families weren't exactly supportive, or at best supportive in a somewhat misguided way that didn't help them on the long run. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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