Did You Spot The “Sexual Tension” Between Amy And Penny Here?

By Brock Swinson | Monday Monday Staff -    2017-11-25

Amy Farrah Fowler makes her first appearance in the third season of The Big Bang Theory. At first, she’s standoffish, but Howard and Raj think she would be great for Sheldon Cooper. It turns out that she has more of a crush on Penny.

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As a running joke on the series, Amy Farrah Fowler is obviously fascinating with Penny’s beauty. Once, she even presented her new friend with a painting of the two of them.

The big joke here was that the awful painting began as a nude image.

Amy Farrah Fowler Crushes On Penny

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In Season 4’s “The Agreement Dissection,” Amy kissed Penny while drinking and singing the song, “I Kissed a Girl” by Katy Perry. In another scene, Amy told Penny she was truly the total package.

“Homespun stories, knowledge of physics, and a bosom that defies it. You’re the whole package, aren’t you?” said Amy to Penny. She was happy to have such a beautiful friend after growing up unpopular.

Now, it would appear that all of her attractions are for Sheldon Cooper.

Amy’s “Currents” Are Moving In A New Direction

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After a rocky relationship with Sheldon Cooper, it looks like Amy Farrah Fowler and her man have finally found solid ground. Thanks to an unwanted kiss, Sheldon realized he only wanted Amy for the rest of his life.

In Season 11, there’s been no indication that Amy still has a small crush on Penny. Instead, in “The Tesla Recoil,” she made it clear that her “currents” are only aimed at Sheldon Cooper.

With that in mind, perhaps the two can start thinking about a future together. Beyond marriage, Sheldon and Amy may start to seriously think about having a baby in the near future on Big Bang.

Do you think Amy still has a small crush on Penny Hofstadter?

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