[PHOTOS] ‘The Big Bang Theory’: Amy Farrah Fowler’s sexiest moments

Amy Farrah Fowler has evolved over the course of her six seasons on CBS’s hit comedy, “The Big Bang Theory.” Though the neurobiologist, played by Mayim Bialik, is still a serious scientist with occasional bouts of social awkwardness, her confidence in herself and yes, her sexuality has evolved in the six years since the character debuted. That sexual confidence has resulted in some of the show’s most entertaining and heartwarming moments. Click through our photo gallery above highlighting all of Bialik’s sexiest moments as Amy on “The Big Bang Theory.”

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Both the character and Bialik’s performance have resonated with fans and critics, earning Bialik four consecutive nominations as Best Comedy Supporting Actress (2012-2015). Back in January, Bialik won the equivalent prize at the Critics’ Choice Awards. When Amy debuted at the end of the show’s third season, she was a buttoned-up scientist who served as a possible romantic interest for Sheldon (Jim Parsons). Despite the initial platonic nature of their relationship, Amy’s desire for a physical relationship with Sheldon became more obvious, though it often resulted in Sheldon rebuffing her not-so-subtle advances.

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After several bouts of hand-holding and the occasional make out session, Amy and Sheldon finally consummated their relationship in the Season 9 episode, “The Opening Night Excitation.” Early in Season 10, the two decide to experiment with the idea of living together, and while there have been occasional bumps in the road, their cohabitation has been a growing experience for both of them

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