Raj doesn’t know how to talk to women, and Howard can do magic tricks. The Big Bang Theory’s main characters have good and bad habits. Nerds have been used as side characters in movies and TV shows for a long time. They were either the hero’s classmates or a funny part of the story. Then nerds became calm, and by the time the first episode of The Big Bang Theory came out in 2007, nerds were finally the stars of the show.
Leonard was the one who had the most success with women before most of the other characters found long-term partners. He slept with Dr Plimpton, Alice, Leslie Winkle, Stephanie, and Priya, among others. Some fans think that Leonard’s success with women was primarily because of the way his eyebrows looked. Fans all agree that Leonard Hofstadter’s eyebrows said a lot. In the episode “The Decoupling Fluctuation,” Leonard’s “puppy dog eyes” kept Penny from breaking up with him.
Raj’s biggest quirk in the first few seasons was that he couldn’t talk to women. Because he had selective mutism, he was unable to speak. Because his anxiety ruled his life so much, it made him more understanding of other characters going through the same things. He came up with the perfect date for shy Lucy: a night in a library texting each other. This date idea showed how thoughtful Raj was.
Howard is the most creative person in the group, which shows in how he dresses. Because he is so clever, he likes doing magic tricks. The remaining don’t have much to do besides work and watching comic books and movies, but Howard has a skill that takes a long time to learn. Howard should be proud of his talent, but they’re rarely impressed when he shows it off to his friends.
Penny likes to have parties and invites everyone she knows. Because she was so open-minded, she and the other characters became close friends for twelve seasons, even though they didn’t start that way. In Season One, she invited the guys to her Halloween party without worrying that they were too geeky or wouldn’t fit in with her friends.
Sheldon’s whole personality is a collection of oddities, many of which would make him a frustrating person to be around in real life. He is honest, for example, which is a good thing about him. In “The Big Bang Theory,” Sheldon is terrible at lying and hates keeping secrets. Since he also tells little white lies, it’s not hard for his friends to figure out what he thinks. He will tell them straight out.
Bernadette is honest and doesn’t mind telling you what she thinks. In “The Conjugal Conjecture,” the characters don’t stay quiet when Penny walks down the aisle. Instead, they make jokes to each other. Bernadette, who is in charge of the ceremony, tells everyone in a sharp voice, “I’m not going to put up with all this side talk, so shut up!” It was the right choice and showed what many people were thinking.
Amy and Sheldon’s relationship went as far as it did because Amy was willing to work with him. Most women would have given up on dating Sheldon when they realised how hard it would be, but Amy was always aware of Sheldon’s strange traits. She understood that he liked routines and didn’t like being touched, and she dealt with both as best she could. She even thought it was “romantic” to sign a 31-page agreement about their relationship.
Stuart wasn’t one of the main friends on The Big Bang Theory, but his role was still important, even if it didn’t always make sense. He was the owner of the gang’s favourite comic book store for most of the show, which is a pretty strange job. But the fact that Stuart was an artist was his best quirk. He went to school at the Rhode Island School of Design and once got Penny to go out with him by drawing a picture of her.