Sheldon Cooper is by far one of the most ridiculous, hilarious, and persistent character on television today. His quirky personality, strange customs, and weird pet-peeves makes him seem almost as if he is from another planet - something that he probably would be completely okay with.
The ten-season run of The Big Bang Theory has produced quite the collection of great Sheldon Cooper moments, but there are a select few that stand out amongst the rest. From his Flash impersonations to his "Bazinga!" catchphrase, Sheldon is the character that brings that extra bit of comedy to a show that is, in its base form, a show about a bunch of nerds.
Here are our top Sheldon Cooper moments from Big Bang Theory. Lets us know what your favorite Sheldon Cooper moment is, even if it didn't make the list.
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When Sheldon gets into character, he really gets into character. During this episode, Sheldon dresses as one of his favorite characters, the Flash, to participate in a group costume contest. So, naturally, when he goes to speak to Penny next door, he knocks at lightning speed!
Sheldon's need for closure is something that an be used to annoy him if the information fell into the wrong hands. At least in this episode he has Amy for help, though training him to be okay with closure leads to a few hilarious moments. Also, is this issue ever addressed again? Is ever cured of his need for closure? Was there closure about his need for closure?
Keeping secrets is part of being a good friend in certain cases - and it seems that it is also a key part of being a successful scientist. Maybe Sheldon's inability to keep secrets is the reason why he hasn't become the well known and famous physicist that he believes he is? At least he didn't tell us where the super secret super collider was hidden.
When Sheldon gets stressed, he gets really stressed. But during one of his most stressful times, he probably did one of the most ridiculous things ever thought of - he broke into a ball pit. To be fair, he was trying to build molecules to help with his work problem and despite Leonard's angry looks, it's hard to hate a ball pit.
What might be one of Sheldon Cooper's greatest moments - don't tell him - is the creation of a new, and possibly better way of playing the age old game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. The new way, deemed Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock not only makes everything more confusing, but it does help to eliminate the amount of times players tie. Or at least that is true if you don't play with people that always throw rock - or Spock.