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Much as we hate to say it, this storyline probably would have been stronger if Leonard and Penny had actually broken up. Sitcoms that drag out the will they/won’t they ad infinitum can become irritating, especially since they frequently Do before the end, often in the finale. There’s definitely something admirable about deciding to drop the endless repetition of the same beats and simply let the show change into a sitcom about a group of couples + Raj, rather than a group of young, single friends and neighbours.
But the trouble with the Penny/Leonard relationship is that the show is so desperate to continue to make fun of Leonard for being too geeky for Penny that we’ve reached the point where it’s hard to see why they’re together. Leonard really does seem to think Penny’s stupid sometimes (and again, to be fair to him, she has done something rally daft here), while the show has never been able to let go of the idea that he is more in love with her than she is with him. They started to address the imbalance a bit last season by showing us why Penny is attracted to Leonard and including more scenes of her demonstrating affection for him, but this episode takes us right back to her failing to understand why he’s upset that she’s married while Leonard whines and won’t let it go (which is understandable, but he probably could have dropped it for dinner at least).
Still, it’s all more or less worth it for the return of Penny’s ex-boyfriend Zack, a broad caricature but another nice counterpart to our main characters. Zack’s unique brand of logic is wonderful, and there’s an unspoken tragedy to some of his weirdly sweet pronouncements, like, “Penny told me we’re married and Thanksgiving’s a time to be with family,” and, “I’m starting to think you’re the kind of guy I don’t want dating my wife.”
While all this is going on, poor Howard has nothing to do other than feel left out, but Raj, Bernadette and Amy all get in some decent comic reaction shots. Amy’s reaction to being slapped on the butt by Sheldon is a perfectly delivered character moment, as of course, Amy is thrilled rather than insulted, since this is probably the most sexual move Sheldon’s ever made towards her. We also loved Kunal Nayyar’s delivery of, “the plot, like my gravy, thickens,” which ought to be a terrible line but somehow he makes it hilarious.