September 30th, 2011
03:30 PM ET
Let's face it, everyone.
Thursday night's episode of "The Big Bang Theory" was owned by Amy Farrah Fowler.
Yes, Sheldon was there, prattling on about toy trains. And it finally dawned on Bernadette that marrying Howard meant living with his mother (I'm guessing these two won't make it down the aisle).
But the moment that Amy insisted on staying at Leonard and Sheldon's apartment, while Leonard was the only person there, her plotline was the only one that really mattered. Practically everything that came out of her mouth from "I'm being a delight here!" to "I have no interest in model trains, stores that sell them, nor their heartbreaking clientele," was screamingly funny.
Really, this entire recap could just be a list of her best one-liners.
Okay, one more: Amy talking about the one signature in her yearbook, which stated, "Dear Amy, self respect and a hymen are better than friends and fun. Love, Mom."
Leonard's wedding non-date with Amy ended badly, from her perspective. She seemed exasperated that her feminine wiles, plus Leonard's loneliness over his long-distance girlfriend, meant that he was falling for her. She planned to e-mail him the next day to say that "this body will never be his wonderland!"
Sheldon let him know that first, though, with three simple words: "Not for you!"
All in all, this was the best episode since last year's "The Love Car Displacement." The Mayim Bialik 2012 Emmy campaign just kicked into high gear.
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