The production team has always maintained that Sheldon is simply Sheldon. No diagnoses have been ascribed to him in anyway. No Asperger syndrome, he's not autistic, he's not on the spectrum.
The writers and producers have been VERY clear about this topic.
Is anyone really hoping that we see Nick Fury scanned again like he was in Captain Marvel and that this time it comes back "Human Male, Threat Level: High". After the Earthlings/Terrans lead the charge to fix the Snap and take out Thanos I'd like to think the rest of the galaxy has a bit more respect for them.
Interesting discussion of the work environment. Nothing I didn't already suspect based on the drama that we know has happened. I thought it was nice though that they were making deliberate culture changes to the environment.
You're not alone, I liked it too. I actually like the series for what it is. A nighttime soap with no connection to reality, starring pretty people and fire! I'm not expecting anything else from it. I have other shows for thinking. This is brain candy.
Another good example of a relationship done right is Kensi and Deeks on NCIS:Los Angeles. The writers did a great job of taking them from slightly antagonistic coworkers to good friends to romantically involved to happily married. Even though this played out over nine seasons if felt incredibly realistic with none of the will-they-won't-they nonsense. The only major roadblock that was encountered was because Kensi's actress got pregnant in season 5 and they had to spend most of that season hiding it.
I saw Ross being there as makings amends for his past behavior. I'm betting the Snap taught him a hard lesson. Didn't the filmmakers confirm Betty was dusted? Maybe he's just there to pay respects to the team that got his daughter back and the good person who died in the process.