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What did Amy mean when she implied to Sheldon about "waiting eight years, eight long years" for something to happen???


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The following dialogue was from episode 11.22, "The Monetary Insufficiency":

Amy: Sometimes when you want something big from someone, you-you got to be careful not to scare them away, you know?  You got to start small and-and build up slowly, even if it takes eight years.  Eight long years.

Sheldon: That's oddly specific.  Have you ever done that?

Amy: Nope

Right after that, Amy did the "hush hush" gesture (index finger over lips) to Penny.  I'm not understanding.  Can someone please elaborate?
 

Edited by Lovelycoo

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22 minutes ago, Lovelycoo said:

The following dialogue was from episode 11.22, "The Monetary Insufficiency":

Amy: Sometimes when you want something big from someone, you-you got to be careful not to scare them away, you know?  You got to start small and-and build up slowly, even if it takes eight years.  Eight long years.

Sheldon: That's oddly specific.  Have you ever done that?

Amy: Nope

Right after that, Amy did the "hush hush" gesture (index finger over lips) to Penny.  I'm not understanding.  Can someone please elaborate?
 

Personally I believe she was referring to Sheldon and their relationship. She did believe he was a flight risk!

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