The Worst Things About Each Big Bang Theory Character
Bazinga! It's the colorful word Sheldon Cooper uses to express that he's just told a killer joke... at least in his mind. In reality, the lives of Sheldon and his friends are one big joke for our viewing pleasure. There's something spectacular about watching a group of the smartest people around fail socially time and time again, and that's what made "The Big Bang Theory" such a hit. Whether it's Sheldon's overwhelming urge to control everything, Leonard's desperate need for attention, Howard's man-child behavior, or Raj being unlucky in love, it's clear how oddly broken these seemingly brilliant men are. To make matters worse, the women in their lives, who are quirky in their own right, often seem to exacerbate their worst traits. "The Big Bang Theory" ran for an impressive 12 seasons and would have gone on even longer had Jim Parsons, the man behind the awkward physicist Sheldon Cooper, not decided to move on. The show gained a large audience and will likely stand the test of time, but fans still have plenty of negative things to say about the characters. Let's take a look at the main cast of the show and discuss their worst faults as far as the fandom is concerned.