Isn’t it really difficult to visualize “The Big Bang Theory” without Sheldon and Leonard being roomies? But then the show cannot continuously settle Penny in a different spot as she is now wedded to Leonard. So does that indicate a need of roomie switch for Sheldon? Read on.
Now, that Leonard and Penny are finally married and move in together, Sheldon is left extremely distressed with this huge change in his life and desires he could traverse back to 2003 when he was emotionless before meeting Leonard.
The upcoming episode scheduled to be aired on Oct. 12, 2015, titled “The 2003 Approximation,” gives you the chance to have a glimpse of Sheldon’s self-realization on his bygone lifestyle, which is over now. Meanwhile, as cited by Cartermatt, the summary also indicates a special narrative forthcoming for Howard and Raj.
“Sheldon learns of an impending change in his living arrangements and decides to revert back to 2003, a simpler time before he met Leonard and Penny. Also, Howard and Raj form a band to play at the Comic Book Store.”
Meanwhile, as Sheldon hands over the papers to ‘unroommate’ Leonard, he starts evaluating new possible roommates. It was before he asks Amy to move in with him as a replacement of Leonard but she rejects directly. Penny really feels bad about Sheldon’s and agrees to share the apartment with him, while Sheldon gets is super excited and he pens down a new modified roommate agreement.
In a recent interview, showrunner Steve Molaro disclosed to The Hollywood Reporter “The Roommate Agreement will be around and out and on the table and being discussed in the fourth episode.”
So, does it seem like Raj is going to be Sheldon’s new roommate? It is something that has been definitely considered in the past because you cannot expect Sheldon to move in with Stuart and make the whole apartment disarray and perish.
“The Big Bang Theory,” airs on Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, on the CBS Television Network.
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