“What do you think will make the wedding worse for Amy? A cake made with salt instead of sugar, or a cake iced with congealed gravy?” asked Sheldon Cooper. With complications during the wedding planning session, Sheldon is looking for bargaining chips to get his way.
“I forget, which mental hospital are you guys registered at?” asked Howard at lunch. While making wedding plans, Sheldon discovered that his ideas and Amy’s ideas were quite different.
Sheldon Cooper wants Star Wars, Star Trek, and Lord of the Rings decor, but Amy’s themes revolve around Little House on the Prairie.
Sheldon Cooper Wants A Real Wedding
In the end, Sheldon and Amy decided to head over to the town court and simply elope in city hall. Once they got there, however, they discovered that the importance is to simply get married and not fight over the details.
“Wait, I want to have a first dance with you,” said Sheldon Cooper. “I want a real wedding,” he added. While standing in front of strangers, Sheldon confessed his love for Amy and the importance of this symbolic event.
“I never thought I would want to marry anyone, so the fact that I found you is astonishing,” he said.
The Importance Of Making A Sacrifice
Despite not looking for the love of his life, he found her. Sheldon realized the importance of making this sacrifice for the love of his wife. In a logical manner, Sheldon realized the importance of Amy Farrah Fowler.
In many ways, this is the most growth we have ever seen from his character. On sitcoms, it’s not normal for a character to change too much, but we’ve seen small arcs from all of the characters on The Big Bang Theory.
During this episode alone, both Raj and Sheldon changed in a good way. Raj is more confident and Sheldon finally realizes how important Amy is for his life and for his future. Sheldon is even willing to settle for his bride-to-be.
What did you think of this ultimate compliment for Amy from Sheldon Cooper?