We Never Thought We’d See Sheldon Cooper Acting THIS Way [Watch]


Sheldon Cooper Announces Save-the-Date

The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS
The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS

Not surprisingly, Sheldon Cooper is already becoming a bit of a “Bridezilla” in regards to his wedding. In the opening scene of the third episode, he announces that he’s about to send out a “Save-the-Date.”

Excited, the group wants to know which date the happy couple has chosen. In true Sheldon Cooper fashion, he reveals that he has chosen 80 dates. He needs for everyone to hold all of the dates (25 percent of their year) until he decides.

June 15 is the day after Flag Day, so that won’t work.

Determining A Textbook Optimization Problem

The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS
The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS

Like everything else, Sheldon Cooper believes there is a perfect date. “It’s not just a date,” confirmed the future Groom. “It’s a textbook optimization problem. There is a perfect date, just like there is a perfect room temperature and a perfect dessert.”

Using the same mindset and formulas he used to determine his “spot,” he also uses for everything else. The perfect dessert for Sheldon is a yellow cake in the shape of a dinosaur with chocolate frosting and a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side.

The ice cream and the cake can’t be touching, of course…

Wedding Planning Gets The Best Of Him…

The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS
The Big Bang Theory | Photo Credit CBS

Unfortunately, all of this planning is eventually too much for him. His fiancé Amy notices that he’s whispering in his sleep. Surprisingly, he’s turned into some calmer version of himself with a carefree attitude.

The carefree Sheldon is hilarious. Amy eventually records him speaking while he sleeps, where he offers to pick up homeless people and likely wears Flip Flops. Carefree Sheldon Cooper is the type of person who enjoys some Jimmy Buffett…

When the real Sheldon Cooper tried to bring out his inner carefree self, however, it didn’t go so well. Sheldon tried to wear flip-flops, but that meant lathering down his feet with sunscreen. Things went downhill from there.

The sunscreen made his feet slippery, so he lost a sandal. In the end, he made himself a pair of shoes out of his tee shirt and his messenger bag. He then passed the wedding torch to his fiancé, Amy.

What did you think of this hilarious new episode?