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Here’s your proof that the American TV industry discrimintaes women…
(Jim and Mayim play Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farrah Fowler in the hit TV show The Big Bang Theory.)
The Emmy's are not for the characters they portray but for how well they portray them.
They are very different characters by now, and the two of them are just amazing. Jim has been playing Sheldon for four years, Mayim had just joined the show last year, and she is doing so magnificently well this season, I wouldn't be surprised if she is nominated or even wins next year.
look at it this way, if there was no mayim bialik, TBBT would survive. if there was no jim parsons, there would be no TBBT.
I am sorry, but Sheldon is amazing!!!! He just deserves it more…
They DON'T PLAY the same character. You're SO wrong. And if Jim has an award, that is because who nominated him think/s him is a great actor and he must be nominated. Mayim is a GREAT actress, too, but if Jim is nominated and she's not, it is not "discrimination". Sheldon and Amy are very different, and Jim and Mayim act different. There's the reponse you need at your question.
Your point is especially known with capitalized letters.
While I agree they have their similarities (both play borderline autistic savants), I think each actor took its character to a different direction. Yes, at times I do feel that Amy is a female version of Sheldon, but Jim deserves his two Emmys, no question about it.
I disagree about the same character. Completely.But discriminating women really takes place… and it is OK!
Amy and Sheldon are not the same character. They are similar, yes, but not the same. They both deserve Emmys, but truth be told there is no BBT without Sheldon. However, I do agree they discriminate women.
“look at it this way, if there was no mayim bialik, TBBT would survive. if there was no jim parsons, there would be no TBBT.”
this, pretty much. not to mention that parsons really DOES deserve his emmys (maybe not two in a row, but those awards tend to repeat themselves), and mayim bialik is not such a good actress. i don’t understand the whole fuss about her. very often she over- or under-acts her scenes.
and how do they discriminate women if there are two separate categories for males and females?
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