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1 hour ago, luminous said:

They not only got an ice sculpture for the first taping of season 10, but some cakes too. :icon_wink:

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...and this is for dinner at 4A tonight.

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(pictures taken from Alex Ayers' IG stories)

Seems like a 4A group scene? Well maybe group minus Shamy... There are 5 dishes so it fits :)

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2 minutes ago, Tensor said:

A and B plot were Shamy engagement and Howardette is pregnant again. It was suggested that Penny get pregnant too

Thank you !

Oh wow, so they do write Melissa's pregnancy in? Nice!

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Just now, MTBigBangTheoryFan said:

I did not know Melissa was Pregnant in real Life.  just read this. Congrats to Melissa and her husband!

She announced it a little while ago and ever since we've been wondering if they'll write it in or have her hide behind ridiculously huge objects this season. LOL

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1 minute ago, April said:

She announced it a little while ago and ever since we've been wondering if they'll write it in or have her hide behind ridiculously huge objects this season. LOL

I'm actually surprised they wrote it in. Now they're going to have 2 invisible kids?

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16 minutes ago, Tensor said:

A and B plot were Shamy engagement and Howardette is pregnant again. It was suggested that Penny get pregnant too

My guess is Lenny will try this season but only succeed at the end or beginning of S12. 

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4 minutes ago, Tensor said:

At the end, it was announced that there would be a three month time jump between episode one and episode two.  

Oh thank goodness! Figuring out the summer time line in the past two seasons was a mess.

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5 minutes ago, Tensor said:

At the end, it was announced that there would be a three month time jump between episode one and episode two.  

That's logical now that we know they wrote Melissa's pregnancy in.

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13 minutes ago, joyceraye said:

It seemed likely when Howard was getting clingy after losing the giroscope project. 

In retrospect I wonder if they wrote that for possible use due to Melissa's pregnancy. They said last time's clinginess (I think it was Bernadette that time) led to Halley...

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7 minutes ago, Tensor said:

At the end, it was announced that there would be a three month time jump between episode one and episode two.  

I wonder why they needed to announce that. It's not like they fill the audience in on what's coming next week on the regular. Does the time jump happen at the end of the first episode or have some relevance to what was taped tonight?

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So if Howardette announce a new pregnancy and it comes from the time after Howard was clingy over the ending of the gyroscope plot, Bernie can't be more than a fortnight gone this week. Or does she just have pregnancies of peculiar length ?

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