The Big Bang Theory' season finale recap: Sheldon possibly finds a perfect mate, and she's Blossom

It's strange, fellow Big Bang theorists, but I find myself with not much to say about last night's season finale, since pretty much everything in it that mattered occurred in the final three minutes. In short: Leonard was bummed to see Penny dating a dim bulb who thought the Big Bang boys' experiment to bounce a laser off of the moon meant they wanted to blow it up. (Sheldon, oddly trenchant as ever, boiled down the dim bulb's appeal thusly: 'He must be very skilled at coitus.') Howard suggested Leonard play the field himself by using a fancy online dating service, but then Raj thought it'd be better if they'd submit Sheldon to the site instead. Miraculously, they got a match. And she turned out to be Blossom.

Okay, she wasn't star of the very special early 1990s NBC sitcom, exactly. Sheldon's match was played ever so briefly by Blossom's Mayim Bialik, and it turns out the character, the alliteratively named Amy Farrah Fowler, very well may be the ideal mate for Sheldon Cooper. This much we know so far: She shares Sheldon's aversion to soiled hosiery (i.e. dirty socks). Her agreement with her mother to date once a year is similar to Sheldon's deal with his mother to attend church once a year. She used the Sheldon-esque word 'baffled' to describe her feelings about a deity that 'takes attendance.' And she stated in no uncertain terms that 'all physical contact, up to and including coitus, are off the table.' If I didn't know any better, I'd say Sheldon swooned.

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