The Big Bang Theory Roommate Agreement Journal

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The Big Bang Theory Roommate Agreement Journal

Looking for a new roommate? The Big Bang Theory Roommate Agreement Journal might help. You can't go wrong because it was drafted by two brilliant PhDs., Sheldon Cooper and Leonard Hofstadter. Why, it even includes a partial roommate agreement printed on the inside back cover! Measuring approximately 8-inches tall x 5-inches wide and containing 320 watermarked lined pages, this glue-bound book from Bif Bang Pow! features 4-color cover art and the The Big Bang Theory logo. Order yours now so you can take it with you to all this year's geeky events!

Dr. Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) is smarter than you - and he's not afraid to say so. A theoretical physicist possessing a master's degree, two Ph.D.s, and an IQ of 187, Sheldon is originally from East Texas, where he was a child prodigy, starting college at the age of 11. He has zero interest in romance, as his only real love is science. He is a stickler for routine and is very different from his family; his mother, Mary, is a devout Christian, and his twin sister, Missy, is not a scientist by any means.Superpowers: Eidetic memory, Tuvan throat singing. Weaknesses: Understanding sarcasm, driving. 

Dr. Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki) is "Everyman" - provided "Everyman" has an IQ of 173 and Ph.D. in Experimental Physics. When he's not doing research at the University, Leonard lives in an apartment with colleague and friend Sheldon Cooper. Together, they proudly share a love of superheroes, video games, and all things "geeky." Leonard's family is composed of many accomplished academics, including his mother, Dr. Beverly Hofstadter, and his brother and sister. Superpowers: Solving differential equations, playing the cello. Weaknesses: Eyesight, lactose intolerance. 

In The Big Bang Theory, Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists - wizards in the laboratory, but socially inept outside of it. Enter beautiful, free-spirited neighbor Penny, who aims to teach them a thing or two about life. While Leonard spends his days looking for love, Sheldon is quite content video-chatting with platonic partner Amy Farrah Fowler or playing Secret Agent Laser Obstacle Chess with their ever-expanding universe of friends, including fellow scientists Raj and Howard, and Howard's new wife, the adorable micro-biologist, Bernadette. Ages 13 and up.

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