|Shamy and Racy got closer in this episode. YAY!|
So Sheldon is not a virgin anymore. I know, sounds I'm reaching, but read my reasoning. Sheldon has demonstrated countless of times that 'imaginary experiences' are vivid and real to an extreme for him. In fact maybe the reason he has such a hard time connecting with people in the real world is because for him the real world is so intense than the interaction overwhelm him in an unpleasant way.
To expand upon my point, in many episodes he has commented how fun was to imagine other scenarios and worlds even something as dull as flatland was described as exciting for him. In this particular episode his references to how "thrilling' D&D was for him were a crucial part of the leading up to the ending.
If he ended up imagining his character and Amy's engaging in Coitus. I think we can say his feelings and sensations during the role-play were as intense as any experience he had before hand and count as something he never experienced.
It will be interesting to see the aftermath of this experience. Will Sheldon seek more of this kind of interactions? Did he got scared by the intensity of this experience and seek distance? Will Amy add a weekly D&D private game to their relationship agreement?
I think this two are growing together in their relationship at a nice pace and I loved how Sheldon offered some comfort to his girlfriend even if Amy wasn't expecting it from him. I love this couple and I hope that when they consummate in this realm, it will be satisfying for them and us as well.
Howardette was low key since they had their development episode last week. Lenny as well was very sweet and low key too. Probably saving the most screen time for the season finale.
I think I can officially start calling Raj and Lucy: Racy.
They did great this episode. I liked that Raj talked to Lucy a lot more, and tried to understand her and even to help her to achieve her goals and learn to be more assertive. A bit condescending of her to use the "He doesn't get our ways" argument to get out of the situation with the waiter, but Raj takes everything with such a good nature that it didn't even registered. He overdid the pushing her out of her comfort zone, of course, but he himself is not the smoothest guy in the planet. This is a great couple with their ups and downs and weaknesses and strength to work around.
The moment in the dumpster was both funny and heartwarming and I loved that they finally kissed. Awkwardly and cute.
I think in many ways they are the mirror couple to Shamy. Raj might have some issues but not as much as Lucy who seems to be the Sheldon in the relationship.
I know they didn't announced Lucy as "the one' when she entered the show. Just another love interest but I do think this couple has material to work with and be a good addition to the dynamics of the group. I guess we need to wait and see how she interacts with the gang once she feels comfortable enough to meet them.
I can't wait! Long live to Racy.
Loved this episode 4 1/2 Bazingas out of 5