I think it was a slow growth and you can see it through all the seasons. In S5 he didn’t even notice Amy being upset. In S6 he would notice and not care until someone prompted that he should do something about it. In S7 he started taking the initiative. In S8 he runs after her immediately. It’s really beautiful to see him grow through it. - koops (x)
Sheldon and Amy deciding to get physical – but in the context of Dungeons and Dragons. It’s a really brilliantly constructed scene where they’re rolling the dice to figure out which article of armor, or clothing, comes off. It’s really an amazing moment and a microcosm of the show. It is the reality of these characters, yet it’s very universal. It’s real to them and what maybe is a small step to other people, is as big of a step to these characters as you can find.
Simon Helberg on his favorite moment of Season 6 (interestingly the only one to pick a moment unrelated to his character. And his character had some amazing scenes this season. I guess he digs the Shamy)
This is one of the most treasured Shamy-moments for me. These 3 seconds of film. The way Amy looks at him, almost not believing, uncertain if he is really suggesting what he is. The way Sheldon return her look with absolutely calmness and determination. That look they share right there says a lot, and I guess I just had to perpetuate that in a gif.