I can’t imagine how much I’ve enjoyed this episode of The Big Book of the Big Bang theory, but it’s a damn shame that it didn’t lead to more episodes, because it was a pretty good episode, too.
The premise was solid and the writing was very smart.
There was an interesting twist to the episode that was only made more complicated when the team started realizing that the one person they could trust to tell the truth would be Sheldon, but they were still on solid ground with the idea that they could rely on him.
That’s the kind of storytelling that has made the show so popular over the years.
Sheldon’s relationship with Amy is complicated, but he’s also willing to give his best to help her out, and he’s certainly the best character on the show.
But that’s not to say he’s the only one.
Sheldon and Amy are on the same team, and I’m glad that they can still be on the right side of the equation, because there’s a lot of potential for the show to come full circle in a big way.