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The Big Bang Theory ''The Zazzy Substitution'' Review Season 4, Episode 3

Sheldon and Amy Farrah Fowler have been spending more time together, driving the gang to drink and foot pumicing in this week's episode. But it's not long before ShAmy's difference of opinion on whose work is more important (Sheldon's theoretical physics or Amy's neurobiology) leads them to break up their relationship. Sheldon claims he's fine about it, but his sudden adoption of twenty-five cats says otherwise. As a last resort, Leonard calls Sheldon's mom, Mary, to town, and she swiftly sets about reuniting Sheldon and his ex-non-girlfriend over dinner by pretending to disapprove of Amy. Sheldon takes umbrage and proposes he and Amy give their relationship another try; she accepts.  You tell [men] not to do something, that's all they wanna do... Now don't you move, I'll bring over all the food,  she says - ending the episode by proving her own hypothesis as Leonard rushes to collect the dinner for her. This episode goes straight into the list of my top five favorite The Big Bang Theory episodes. I was hoping for better than last week and was instead rewarded with something reminiscent of season 2s episodes, where they'd finally gotten into their groove and delivered great episodes week after week. To Read More  Click Here .

The Big Bang Theory: "The Zazzy Substitution" Review Season 4, Episode 3

Are two Sheldon's better than one? Yes and no. In this week's episode, "The Zazzy Substitution," we get more Amy Farrow Fowler, Sheldon's friend who is a girl. (He refuses to call her his girlfriend, since they've done nothing unsanitary.) "Shamy" breaks up, Sheldon flips out and buys soft and warm kitties, Leonard calls Sheldon's mom, who does some reverse psychology on them, forbidding them to be together and they hook right back up. Oh, and the rest of the group got a scene or two. The dialogue is as snappy as ever and this is still one of the only shows on television that makes me laugh until my eyes tear, but I'm a little concerned that this is becoming the Sheldon show. The rest of the cast had very little to do this week. It's only the third week of the season and maybe I'm over reacting, but I'll be honest. I miss everyone else! And with Penny gone for a few episodes in the coming weeks, I worry that this trend will continue. Don't get me wrong. I love Sheldon. But this is such a talented cast who's relationships work like a well-oiled machine. Hook ups, break ups, issues galore and they still gel. It's time to let the other kids have a turn. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The Big Bang Theory ''The Zazzy Substitution'' Review Season 4, Episode 3

Sheldon and Amy Farrah Fowler have been spending more time together, driving the gang to drink and foot pumicing in this week's episode. But it's not long before ShAmy's difference of opinion on whose work is more important (Sheldon's theoretical physics or Amy's neurobiology) leads them to break up their relationship. Sheldon claims he's fine about it, but his sudden adoption of twenty-five cats says otherwise. As a last resort, Leonard calls Sheldon's mom, Mary, to town, and she swiftly sets about reuniting Sheldon and his ex-non-girlfriend over dinner by pretending to disapprove of Amy. Sheldon takes umbrage and proposes he and Amy give their relationship another try; she accepts. You tell [men] not to do something, that's all they wanna do... Now don't you move, I'll bring over all the food, she says - ending the episode by proving her own hypothesis as Leonard rushes to collect the dinner for her. This episode goes straight into the list of my top five favorite The Big Bang Theory episodes. I was hoping for better than last week and was instead rewarded with something reminiscent of season 2s episodes, where they'd finally gotten into their groove and delivered great episodes week after week. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now