For anyone who hasn’t been watching The Big Bang Theory the past nine seasons, it’s important for you to know that Sheldon loves his meemaw more than his spot on the couch, Comic-Con, and flags — all rolled into one. She’s sweet, lovable, and absolutely can’t stand Amy Farrah Fowler. Best of luck with that little problem, Moon Pie.
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Way back in season 1 of The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon proved he was twice as obnoxious when suffering from any kind of illness. His friends would sneak off to watch Planet of the Apes marathons within minutes of the first suspicious sniffle. But that’s no longer the case. Our favorite geeks have matured. Howard and Leonard are married. Penny and Bernadette are trusted cogs in the Sheldon Cooper wheel. And Raj is dating a doctor. No one ditches the group. They are all in this together.
I have to admit that I’m slightly annoyed the Big Bang Theory writers didn’t open the second half of the season with an episode surrounding the gang’s reactions to Sheldon and Amy’s coitus. That may sound weird, but I had high hopes that we would get some juicy gossip in a gab session showcasing dueling day-after details from both Sheldon and Amy’s points of view. Instead, the boys discover an asteroid, and Penny realizes she may be just like Leonard’s mother.
After nine seasons, The Big Bang Theory is finally going to introduce Sheldon’s meemaw!
Academy Award nominee June Squibb has been tapped to play Sheldon’s (Jim Parsons) much-discussed, but never-before-seen grandmother, EW has learned exclusively.
Would you ever guess that Sheldon Cooper’s sleepy-time jam would become the source of a copyright lawsuit? Nevertheless, the daughters and heirs of New Hampshire teacher Edith Newlin are suing CBS and other media-related companies over “Soft Kitty” from The Big Bang Theory.
The proton torpedo has been fired. The rebel base has been targeted. Light speed was achieved. That’s right, people — Sheldon and Amy had coitus. Talk about a big bang! Fans have been wondering for years if this would ever happen. Few could have predicted that Sheldon would choose to do the deed on opening night of the new Star Wars movie. Naturally the epic date falls on Amy’s birthday.
Let’s talk about sex, baby!
In anticipation of Thursday’s big love scene between Amy and Sheldon on CBS’ The Big Bang Theory, Mayim Bailik and Jim Parsons sat down with Entertainment Weekly to explain why the time was right – and what, if anything, this does to their on-screen relationship.
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Who would have thought that The Beach Boys would be the key to getting Sheldon and Amy back together? I know their catalog is magical, but I never expected that the lyrics of “Darlin” could transform the mind of a brilliant physicist into a lovey-dovey puddle of goo. Not only am I happy about this revelation, I may have screamed, “IT’S ABOUT TIME” when Sheldon made the connection.
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