The characters were adorable.
I just wanted to bring Leonard home and cuddle him like a teddy bear.
Penny was worldly and sassy but still nice.
Bernadette and Howard together .. opposites attracting.
Sheldons war with Wil Wheaton turned to best buds.
Even Captain Sweatpants at the comic book store is fun.
The plots were cute. None of the 2 1/2 Men extreme smut had creeped over.
But this past week, Amy faked being sick to get Sheldons attention.
When Sheldon found out .. he spanked Amy.
1 - Sheldon is germ phobic and wouldn't have been there.
2 - Sheldon wouldn't raise his hand to anyone.
Just seeing Sheldon raise his hand in a violent gesture ... YIKES!
It totally turned me OFF. I can't explain it. I did so love the show.
Now .. It's like Chuck Lorre jumped the shark with Big Bang and
now I've got a bad taste in my mouth from watching the episode this week.
It's like I'm afraid to watch next week or they may really screw up a show I've
liked up until this point.
Is it just me ... or anyone else out there think the spanking thing was 'off'??
i thought it was funny but still a little awkward. on one hand it makes sense that sheldon would consider spanking as a punishment. its in line with
his naive childish side. but on the other hand they could have gone a million other ways.
What I saw was them, like so many shows today, breaking the taboo of showing sexual deviousness on prime time tv. It's not that I personally see
fault in “sexual miscreants” – it's just that I don't care to watch it on what should be family programing. I guess family programing is
becoming a thing of the past – unless your family is The Aristocrats.
This would be the one entertainment that hubby and I agree on.
It's simply the perfect show that combines humor with intelligence.
Hubby has a strong sense of humor and loves to watch funny stuff...I on the other hand have zero sense of humor and would rather a documentary.
This show we can watch together and I can laugh at Sheldon's "scientific" sense of wit...whilst hubby can relate to the other characters.
No canned laughter on the show, it's filmed in front of a live audience.
I read that they do both. They have the canned stuff AND the live audience reactions.
A real audience wouldn't laugh at every other line like that .. unless they all were
eating some 'funny brownies' before hand or something.
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