vonmar Posted March 21, 2018 Posted March 21, 2018 19 minutes ago, 3ku11 said: Why is it an argument Sheldon wasen't trying to get sexual reward from Penny? Back then he diddn't want sexual reward from anything. So if Sheldon even considered helping Penny out it would be for his own selfish wants and needs, not to benefit anyone else. And I am not sure using an argument after they had dated. About how Leonard would do stuff with her to get sex is applicable his intent. The argument was from what I have read. About him getting Kurt's money back. The intent before he entered in a relationship with Penny. I don't think it matters his intent was or his thinking was when he was in a relationship with Penny. And even if he did stuff with Penny. Like go to boring movies he did not like, hang out with ehr friends, to get sex e.t.c. So what. That's funny. And besides in that episode where Leonard goes oh I did things with you to get sex. I never took it exclusively. As that was the only reason he did those things. I mean what else is his motivation to do things he does not enjoy with Penny? Anymore then Penny's motivations are to do things with Leonard she does not enjoy. Like in Season 6 watching Buffy. Did Penny do that to get sex lol? Nope. But in Leonards case he was being smart. He wasen't interested in Pennys things. But he knew Penny could have any guy, and she choose him. So I Think him going "Oh I did it to get sex". Was just a facisious way of being clever about it. And besides I recall Penny going I like this new take charge Leonard. So why does it matter. And I think Leonard is a nice guy. Prob the nicest in the whole series. The amount of stuff he does for his friends, particilarly Sheldon. And he constantly gets taken for granted. What was his motivation in "The Financial Permeability"? Sheldon gave Penny money so she could pay her rent, what was his selfish need or want in that case? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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