Over the years, Sheldon Cooper has raked in the restraining orders on The Big Bang Theory. A few of those on the list include celebrities like Stan Lee, Bill Nye, Carl Sagan, and even his favorite actor, Leonard Nimoy.
“This is Stan Lee’s front door,” said Sheldon. Sheldon went with Penny to see the infamous Stan Lee. The creator of many beloved Marvel comics stood in front of the fans, wearing a Fantastic Four robe.
Behind Penny, Sheldon stood with an autograph book, hoping to soon enjoy milk and cookies with one of his icons.
Sheldon Cooper Gets Another Restraining Order
“You fanboys are unbelievable,” said Stan Lee. “You think you can just ring my doorbell anytime you want? I mean, why don’t you just come on in and watch the Lakers game with me?” he said.
Not realizing this was clearly sarcasm, Sheldon Cooper then ran into the house to watch the game with his icon. Despite not getting Stan Lee’s autograph at the time, he did get it later.
Unfortunately for Sheldon Cooper, most of the autographs he gets are written on restraining orders from his favorite people.
Sheldon Cooper Goes To Jail…
There are a lot of cameos on The Big Bang Theory. Over the years, Sheldon Cooper has met a ton of his favorite actors, creators, writers, and physicists. But many of these people were much less excited to see Sheldon Cooper.
In addition to four restraining orders from Bill Nye, Carl Sagan, Stan Lee and Leonard Nimoy, Sheldon also managed to get DNA from Nimoy. This sounds insane, but the gift came unintentionally from Penny.
During a Christmas episode, Sheldon Cooper was stressing over what to get Penny since he had no idea what she would get him. In an effort to even the playing field, he bought a variety of options so he would have choices for her gift.
However, when she gave him an autographed napkin that was actually used by Leonard Nimoy, it was too much for Sheldon. Perhaps the best bet for Sheldon in the future is to have his friends collect autographs so he can stay out of jail.
What’s your favorite Sheldon Cooper restraining order moment on The Big Bang Theory?