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'The Big Bang Theory': Sheldon Learns How To Resolve An Argument With Amy (VIDEO)

First Posted: 01/13/12 01:00 AM ET Updated: 01/13/12 08:22 AM ET

Sheldon Cooper isn't anything close to a normal guy, and his relationship with Amy Farrah Fowler is as unusual as he is. She's almost as off as he is socially. And yet, underneath all her personality quirks, Amy is still a woman and she still reacts as a woman when Sheldon is indifferent to her achievements, as seen on "The Big Bang Theory" (Thu., 8 p.m. EST On CBS).

But Sheldon has grown a lot, as shown by the fact that he cared that Amy's feelings were hurt, and actually accepted and took Leonard's advice in how to handle it. Well, he took the advice to buy her something after rejecting the advice that he should apologize and try to grow and change.

While Sheldon was learning that jewelry does work -- he also proved that he knows Amy pretty well as Penny thought a tiara over the top, and yet it was perfect -- Howard was learning something a bit disconcerting about Bernadette. As he was playing magician to a group of children, she was completely out of sorts and revealed that she basically hates children and never wants to have them.

Despite coming up with what she thought was a brilliant compromise where she would work away from their kids and he would stay home with them, it didn't look like Howard was fully on board. That's an issue to be continued for sure.

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