I completely agree. Chuck Lorre must be misogynistic because in two and a half men, the women are ALSO very prone to women stereotypes.
Yeah, I agree, Raj needs to talk. Or just let him become an alcoholic and therefore he can always talk to women!
Why is it on every thread there is a Chair vs. Dair debate? Us GG fans have too much time on our hands. TVF really needs an official post for this "debate" so it's not so out of control. Everyone will have their own opinion and ships. Not everyone will ship the same thing, that's it. You can try to convince someone to "convert" or just plain express your opinions but there's no need to argue about this TV show that will crash in the next few years.
Team Blufus! (Blair and Rufus). I like comedy, and utter screwed up things.
Blair: I don't only need to be at the top on the MET steps! It's for all stairs, it's a sign of power, ruling...
Serena: That's a crock of...
Dan: Marry me, oh holy one.
If anything is awkwardly phrased or if I had to combine words to the periods, I'm sorry, blame the 1000 character limit! I still love this show and always will but the guys dating is bringing them into new territory, where they will have to eventually abandon the world they have now. Maybe that will be a good thing because no one wants a show to stay stale, all I'm saying is with the direction the writer's are going in change will have to happen. Howard will have to move out. Sheldon will need to live in the real world. Raj will either have to accept being single or get over his semi- mutism. Leonard has always been more in the real world, not saying he isn't geeky, but he's always been "the muscle" lol.
RAJ FTW. Remember Howard being a pathetic creepy loser with no chance of ever dating? Leonard and his one sided crush?Sheldon being so into his own world, him also never having any chance of dating? And Raj who can't speak to women also has no chance .As we can see; you'd never think 3/4 of these guys would date.Yet, they do. Of course shows NEED character development but TBBT is developing relationships not the characters. Howard is so dependant on his mother I can't believe Bernie would marry him.Either Howard NEEDS to grow up or Bernie needs to go. Is TBBT ready for its character to change so fast?What about Raj. If we have to get him a girlfriend, we'd have to either solve his no talking to women issue OR never have him be with a woman, or maybe a man. Again, choices.Sheldon is so into his life that I can't imagine him ever devloping a true relationship with Amy, and how long can Amy really take that? Either Sheldon would need a taste of the real world/he'd need to dump Amy.
Blair this season reminds me of hot potato, bouncing from guy to guy. I feel that the writers are expecting me to feel sympathy for her when I in fact hate Blair as of this season. I'm ashamed to say I'm Team Blair, can't there be a new name, like Team Blair Is Single Long Enough For Serena To Recite The Alphabet? Thanks.
(In my post I meant Lily's sister, Carol, and Ivy is pretending to be Carol's daughter, Charlotte!)
Ivy: Please... I have been watching the past few episodes of Gossip Girl and I want to make sure I got it right! So Lily has Serena (who cares about Eric!) who's father is her ex-husband. That ex-husband also has a daughter with Lily's sister, Charlotte, who I've been pretending to be. Right?
Serena: Mom? Carol? Is that true?
Lily: Can we get Serena a drink? Or two? And FAST!
Ivy: I know I'm not blonde anymore, but I swear I'm still a Rhodes!
Serena: You know the rules! Without fake blonde extensions, you CAN'T be a Rhodes!
Carol: Oh shu...
Lily: Exactly, you the brunette and the ginger are shameful to our name!
I liked this episode. I wonder if Ted is now going to move into the house he purchased for his future family now, or if he will forget about that and struggle to find another apartment. Ted did deserve change though! I feel this season has been really solid, at least for me. We are getting significant steps in Ted meeting his wife (him completely closing off ties with Robin, telling us the next woman he will say "I Love You" to is his wife, etc...). And significant steps in Robin's life (her being infertile), Marshall+Lily (their son), and Barney (getting married)!
The one thing not solid for me though is Barney. We have this struggling to commit Barney who bounces back from "committed" to "player" in an instant. If he really is getting married...Wow... but we do know he does have "love triange" doubts at his wedding so who knows.
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