April Posted June 27, 2017 Posted June 27, 2017 20 minutes ago, spidergirl said: Agree. Amy was more lonely than Sheldon , as she had no friends neither siblings. Tv shows seemed to be a great escape to Sheldon, to Amy that escape might have been from books. It is easier to a child to pretend to be someone who can be seen rather than to be someone who had to be imagined. Besides Sheldon's sibblings were a handfull of making trouble aganst him, Spock was like a "shield" to him. We don't know that Amy had any specific characters she identified with from books either and I don't think the form here makes much of a difference. Harry Potter* was just as important for many kids without the movies. If I had to come up with something then maybe Little House on the Prairie was her Star Trek, maybe even both the books and the tv series. But so far we haven't heard or seen her identify with any specific character as strongly as Sheldon did with Spock. *Speaking of which: Yesterday Harry Potter was published 20 years ago! Happy Potterversary! ;D Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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