Who does not love Shelly, right? His facial expressions seeking applause, his way of laughing and making sarcasm out of sarcasm is the thing only a special boy from East Texas can do. In addition, these four CRAZZYYY nerds from Pasadena, California have been together in many up and downs along with Penny, Amy and our little Bernie which has made this show a tremendous success in the sitcom series.
Also not to mention the Roommate Agreement that was humorously drafted by Sheldon (not by his comprehension, no) where one has to manage his/her bowel movements, adhere to the room temeperature, respect the apartment flag, drive him to the university, comic book store and specially, not sit in his spot! Because you know if you ask him to explain why they can’t sit in his spot, you would have to listen to all his jibber-jabber!
Let us have a look on the life aspects of SHELDON MARY COOPER:
1). I’m not crazy, my mother had me tested!
Since the beginning of the season, we have been seeing Sheldon’s crazy and weird behaviour as well as his explanations which go beyond our heads. All of his friends and other acquaintances have been asking him, is he crazy? Well, you know the answer our MoonPie would give, now.
2). TRAINS? WOO-WOO!!!
Sheldon’s love for Trains is admirable. He always love to ride on trains, even if the others disagree to do so. His love for trains can be seen in the episode The Terminator Decoupling, when Sheldon, along with others have to go to San Francisco for a symposium and they have to go on a train only because of Sheldon’s stubbornness on the topic.
3). Roommate Agreement.
These are the exact words which every roommate of Sheldon Cooper should know. And the components of this agreement is beyond anyone’s imagination, except Sheldon like the Skynet Clause, where Leonard will help Sheldon destroy an Artificial Intelligence that Sheldon has created that is taking over the earth, Section 9: the apartment’s flag is a gold lion rampant on a field of azure and should never be flown upside down, unless the apartment is in distress.
4). Penny, this is my spot
You definitely need not sit in Sheldon’s spot if you don’t want to get your head exploded or get three strikes or so. Because you know why it is his spot. In the winter, that seat is close enough to the radiator to remain warm, and yet not so close as to cause perspiration. In the summer it’s directly in the path of a cross breeze, created by open windows across his apartment.
5). Leonard, Bazzinga!
This was literally the most amazing moment in the Big Bang Theory series. Sheldon hasn’t slept for 2 days as he was not able to find a solution to his electrons problem. He goes to a children’s play store where Leonard finds him in a ball pit building carbon atoms out of plastic balls. When Leonard tells Sheldon that they have to go home, Sheldon immediately hides under the balls, leading to Leonard chasing him through the ball pit with difficulty. Sheldon keeps popping up and shouting “Bazzinga!”
6). His love for Spock
Sheldon and his friends have been huge fans of the comic-book and the movies world of Star Wars, Star Trek and many more. But the character Sheldon has admire for years is Spock. His love for this character is immense which can be seen in The Big Bang Theory series.
7). Sheldon and Amy – “Shamy”
The relationship agreement of Sheldon and Amy aka Shamy is quite unique, I should say and everyone can relate to this I am quite sure. Their agreement had so many clauses in accordance with Sheldon and Amy’s Date Night which is every second Thursday of the month and, in the case of there being five Thursdays in a month, Date Night will be on the third Thursday instead. Also, Section 5: Hand Holding – Hand holding is only allowed under the following circumstances:
- A: Either party is in danger of falling off of a cliff, precipice, or ledge.
- B: Either party is deserving of a hearty handshake after winning a Nobel Prize.
8). Sheldon Cooper Presents “FUN WITH FLAGS”
Sheldon Cooper Presents: Fun With Flags (later renamed Dr. Sheldon Cooper and Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler Present: Dr. Sheldon Cooper’s Fun With Flags) is a YouTube/podcast show that Sheldon and Amy make to teach vexillology, the study of flags. Mostly people don’t know the show actually exist or even cared if it is on the air, Sheldon have a couple celebrities like Wil Wheaton and LeVar Burton to appear, but they were mostly annoyed by Sheldon antics.
There are ten known episodes; however, Sheldon originally planned for 52 weekly episodes though his podcast appeared in episodes over more than a year’s time frame. This show was seen in “The Beta Test Initiation”, “The Habitation Configuration”, and in “The Monster Isolation”. The Internet broadcast is planned to end at Episode 232, but “Fun with Flags” returns for more episodes per Sheldon in “The Champagne Reflection” episode. Sheldon revived it after only one person commented that he will miss the show.
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