Everything is written in the colocation agreement in great detail and covers the rules and rules relating to the common subordination of the two physicists. Sheldon`s quirks were part of his charm, and they were all on display whenever the roommate`s chord was removed as a reference. While Sheldon had listed many wild scenarios in the deal, perhaps the most fundamental rules for Leonard were the most depressing. After all, the ground rules were about things that could actually happen. But maybe these clauses are insignificant and have no influence on the deal in general, or maybe the rest of the contract is because Sheldon had the foresight to include a salvatorial clause. There are still ways to derail the treaty. According to the agreement, the thermostat must be maintained at 72F (22C). Always. At any time. And while they live in sunny California, where the weather won`t vary as much as in New York, for example, it still seems extreme. The big running gag of The Big Bang Theory is how crazy Sheldon can be – that his brilliance is only overshadowed by his “quirks” and that his friends must constantly find ways to deal with all the crazy things Sheldon asks of the people around him.
The one who really assumes most of it is of course his roommate maleated Leonardo. He has to deal with Sheldon`s demands on a daily basis, as they live together (until the end of the series, of course), and Sheldon (Sheldon) makes him sign a massive and complicated “roommate deal.” These other scenarios are not true, but I think Leonard has a strong argument that the deal is so unfavorable to him that it represents a real burden. Most clauses require Leonard to do something or refrain from doing anything, and there is little obligation for Sheldon to respond to any kind of request from Leonard. The Big Bang Theory is probably one of the most successful sitcoms of all time. While the show was occupied by an ensemble, fans refer to Sheldon Cooper as the reason for the unexpected success. For some fans, the quirks of Sheldon and his roommate Leonard Hofstadter made the show interesting. Remember some of the more intense clauses in the couple`s roommate agreement? For one, the text of the agreement is clearly designed to use Sheldon at Leonard`s expense. While the deal regularly throws a bone at Leonard (i.e.: Sheldon promises to let Leonard swim at Bill Gates` house, if he is ever invited, Sheldon promises to ask Leonard how he`s doing once a day), it`s pretty one-sided. Sheldon admits a lot of things in the series. Remember that he is the sole author of the agreement and that he only presents it in situations where he can distort Leonardo to comply with the regulations.
It is the sword of Damocles that hangs over Leonard`s life. The roommate deal can be challenged anyway since Leonard and Penny are getting married for the start of the season, meaning Leonard will likely move. Let`s leave to get there on time, Greg. For those who aren`t watching, the main characters Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) and Leonard Hofstadter (played ardently by Johnny Galecki) are roommates and best friends. Before becoming a roommate, Sheldon forced Leonard to sign a deal in exchange for permission to rent Sheldon`s second bedroom. By all reports, the deal is ridiculous.. . . .