“And if there’s a ‘special lady’ that’s finally going to happen, she’d better come armed with a frying pan, because you’re going to have to hit him on the head, and tell him “You’re attracted to me!”" Jim talking about what would be like to have Sheldon in a relationship back in Season 2.
Fun Fact: the paperback of Stephen King’s Misery features a fake cover to one of the main character’s books. If you look closely, you can see that the man on the cover looks remarkably similar to Stephen King himself.
Am I the only one who’s absolutely loving Shamy this season? And I mean, not that I never not loved Shamy. Cause I always have, but it feels like it’s been forever since they’ve been this much in agreement with each other.
For the most of these last couple of seasons, Sheldon and Amy have been mostly about… Amy pushing Sheldon and Sheldon resisting. And eventually, when he’d bulge and give in then that’s where the feels would kick in. And that was cute and nice, but I’m glad we’re over that.
Season 4 was fantastic not because they were basically the same character but because the writers spent most of their time convincing us that Sheldon could fall for someone. And he did, even if he didn’t admit it until 4 seasons later.
It was about how intellectually compatible they were and even though back then Amy was just a ‘female Sheldon’, it was really fun and interesting to watch.
Sheldon was pacing the living room of his apartment. He didn’t
want to upset his Meemaw, but he couldn’t possibly leave Amy Farrah
Fowler here alone while he joined his family for a vacation in Disney
World. His Meemaw was being unreasonable by insisting it was “family
only.” He explained time and again that Amy was family, but Meemaw
insisted that since Sheldon was only living with her, it didn’t count.