Fans are divided over when Amy became a more fully realized character in The Big Bang Theory. In the discussion on the subreddit of the show, the original poster u/BirdBright3520 suggests, “During her earlier episodes she was basically the female Sheldon, then she started acting normal later.” redditor u/BatoftheFuture offers a more specific timeline for the character’s development, saying “In season 4, Amy was very similar to Sheldon” but that she starts to open up in season 5 and becomes more outgoing in the next few seasons before getting used to herself and Sheldon in Seasons 9 12. But another user says that while Amy did develop in later episodes as she got to know the gang better, she remains “the Sheldon woman” and is sometimes even more eccentric than the remorselessly quirky Mr. Cooper.
As for how actress Mayim Bialik feels about her role in the series, she revealed Today that “Jim [Parsons] and I had a lot of nice moments together on set. One of the things that worked so well for us as partner actors…is that we’re not overly sentimental as humans,” she said, adding that this unsentimental approach was helpful both in their acting and in how they both handled the situation. the final ending of the show.