Throw in a theoretical physicist with an intense case of obsessive compulsive disorder (Dr. Sheldon Cooper), a practical physicist with a low self-esteem (Dr. Leonard Hofstadter), a bumbling astrophysicist who can’t utter a word before girls (Dr. Rajesh Koothrappali) and a horny aerospace engineer (Mr. Howard Wolowitz) and you have guaranteed yourself endless hours of fun. That’s The Big Bang Theory to you.
“Don’t you think if I were wrong, I would know it?”
Dr. Sheldon Cooper is a narcissistic and condescending male, who believes, strike that, knows that he is the next best thing that happened to the world since Albert Einstein. Portrayed by Jim Parsons, Sheldon is an annoying and irritating know-it-all who according to his friends is one lab accident away from becoming a Super Villain. And though at first sight he would appear completely bonkers to you, he defends his sanity by saying, “I am not insane. My mom had me tested.”