Overall, yeah the painting story wasn't the best, but the one liners about the painting? Awesome.
"Remember those bullies in high school? I totally get it now."I didn't enjoy the painting story line so much but watching Sheldon and Kripke play basketball made up for it.
You don't know many geeks, do you?I'm surprised he even had sneakers.
I agree, tired of the Amy/Penny thing.Enough with Amy's crush on Penny- it's getting skeevy now.
The entire basketball sequence was hysterical and will be played over and over again in this household. I think that may be the first time we have seen Sheldon sweat.
That storyline got old before Amy was even on the show.Enough with Amy's crush on Penny- it's getting skeevy now.
ho boy, that is quite a disturbing thought.Did anyone else think we were being given the point of view of a camera hidden in the painting the second time they were hanging it? That would make Amy Super duper creepy.
Absolutely. I think that was what they were hinting at w/o coming right out and saying it.Was anyone else expecting them to connect Rothman's disintegration to his office?
That was the impression I got too, but given the geeky nature of the characters, having a camera with a wide angle lens embedded in the frame isn't all that far-fetched.I think that was just the perspective, and not a real camera in the painting.
A little skeevy, yes, but it's understandable. For once in her life Amy finally has a "cool" friend like Penny, even if she does overreact to that.Enough with Amy's crush on Penny- it's getting skeevy now......
Not only do I totally agree, but I also think it's out of character for Bernadette to be harping on that so much. She's not that mean/caddy.A friend and I discussed this at work, and neither of us thought there was anything "manly" about Penny in the picture. Her clothes were a little large and drapey, but that was probably just because they were painted on later.
If there was a camera they would have shown it to us. TV like this is too obvious for anything else. I did think it was clever way of having her keep the painting (i.e. hanging it on the 4th wall).Idearat said:That was the impression I got too, but given the geeky nature of the characters, having a camera with a wide angle lens embedded in the frame isn't all that far-fetched.