"The Big Bang Theory's" recent episode entitled "The Locomotive Manipulation" gave viewers a glimpse at a side of Sheldon that they typically don't see. And that was why Sexy Sheldon propelled the show to the top of the ratings game again by drawing 14.2 million viewers for the episode. In the upcoming episode, a lovers' quarrel between Sheldon and Amy and Raj's financial woes will be the focus of the show.
It can be recalled that in the much talked about last episode of "The Big Bang Theory," there was a sequence that showed Sheldon the way Amy saw him, as a shirtless train engineer clad only in overalls, and pouring water on himself to cool off, something fans of the show have never even imagined to happen. The fantasy was made even more interesting with Jim Parsons' over the top seduction attempts and the cheesy 80s rock background music that was completely opposite of the genius physicist's normal personality, TV Guide recapped.
In "The Big Bang Theory" Episode 16 entitled "The Allowance Evaporation," lovebirds Sheldon and Amy will have their first fight since moving in. Raj will be shocked when his finances take a hit following his father's withdrawal of financial support, SpoilerTV reported.
Meanwhile, it is likely that "The Big Bang Theory" would be renewed by CBS after this season despite rumors that negotiations for the salaries of some cast members hit a snag. In an interview with CBS President Glenn Geller last month, he clarified that the network is still in the process of negotiating licensing rights which is up for renewal after this season before they proceed to negotiate with the cast members.
"We are in negotiations. It is business as usual. These are going to be, I think, the normal tough negotiations when you in a situation like this but we are guardedly optimistic," he told Deadline.
Lead star Jim Parsons, for his part, expressed confidence that there will be an eleventh season to The Big Bang Theory, saying that everybody wants to come back. He added that he would be shocked if Season 11 didn't happen.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.