To: Matilda

From: Raj

Subject: Hey

I'm sorry.

-Raj


To: Raj

From: Matilda

Subject: RE: Hey

Thanks. Skype chat later this week?

Love,

Mattie


To: Matilda

From: Raj

Subject: RE:RE: Hey

Sounds good. Actually I have a question for you...?

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To: Raj

From: Matilda

Subject: What did you do now?

See subject.


To: Matilda

From: Raj

Subject: HEY!

What makes you think I did anything?

...

Yes, I did something. My karma is kicking my ass right now, it was that bad.


To: Raj

From: Matilda

Subject: I'm not a bloody miracle worker.

...But I need to get away from here.

We'll discuss what you did on Skype. Thursday, take your lunch break at 11am.


To: Matilda

From: Raj

Subject: RE: I'm not a bloody miracle worker.

You totally are a miracle worker.

See you then.

Thank you.


AN

I do not own Big Bang Theory, or Matilda.

Following: Those authory notes that you can feel free to skip.

Matilda is in my top 10 characters of all time. She's smart, sassy, sensitive, and brilliantly written. And she has mental superpowers! How cool is that!

And I like the Big Bang Theory. The characters are funny and somewhat unique, and it delves into an important culture of our time-that of the nerds.

That said, I'm A) Not a fan of Shamy B) Am tired of the Shenny stereotypes, and C) Aren't that big a fan of Shenny either.

I always wanted to see Matilda grow up, and the Big Bang 'verse seems to be a beautiful place to introduce another child genius. I'm not sure if I'll stick this out, or if I'll like how its going. I definitely don't want MarySue!Matilda, because that would be a truly terrible thing.

So, if you're interested in another take on BBT, want to see an adult Matilda, want to provide feedback, or any combination of the above, join in the ride.