Sheldon cooper is coming up with the revised edition of The Big Bang Germ Theory on season 13 after Coronavirus scare gets cooled down.
Sheldon Cooper was prepared for Coronavirus long before humanity expected it.The Big Bang Theory is now set to reboot with season 13 as Sheldon Cooper’s Big Bang Germ Theory and will release after Corona gets eliminated.
- Sheldon Cooper and his tryst with Germs
- How germophobic Sheldon Cooper and The Big bang Theory have found a newfound relevance during Corona times
- Gear up for Sheldon’s Big Bang Germ Theory on season 13 post Covid fear cools down
The Big Bang Theory is now set to reboot with season 13 as Sheldon Cooper’s Big Bang Germ Theory and will release after Corona gets eliminated. Sheldon Cooper was prepared for Coronavirus long before humanity expected it. Looking closely we realize that Sheldon hinted us the solution to beat Coronavirus.
Sheldon Cooper and his tryst with Germs
Sheldon Cooper, the confessed germaphobe from The Big Bang Theory gave us Covid 19 lessons a long time back that we didn’t notice. Sheldon knew what’s going to happen and was very well prepared for the Coronavirus danger. We turned a deaf ear to his lessons but thankfully he will not stop. Sheldon will be back with fresh Big Bang Germs Theory on season 13. Before that let’s read what he did earlier to beat the virus.
Sheldon developed an innovative method of Self-Isolation back in 2010.
Take your mind back to season 4, episode 2 where Sheldon tries to figure out how he’s going to die and tries to develop a solution to prevent death. And Sheldon, being Sheldon, invented a life-saving trick.
Introducing Shelbot: Sheldon created a robot of himself to prolong his life. This way he could interact with friends without actually making any physical contact with them.
After a failed attempt to live a healthier lifestyle, Sheldon came up with this genius idea.
With Shelbot, Sheldon could do whatever we wanted. He could still piss his friends off. He goes to the office and annoys Leonard by playing the recorder. We remember him shouting Penny, Penny, Penny as he wants her to sing, Soft Kitty.
Also, he enjoyed a takeaway with the gang without actually having to be there.
We failed to take the signals from Sheldon when he was alarming us of the upcoming danger. Now the world is facing the biggest disaster of all times and we desperately need Sheldon like never. Well, relax because Sheldon is back on The Big Bang Theory season 13 with revised germs theory.
How germaphobic Sheldon Cooper and The Big bang Theory have found a newfound relevance during Corona times
Sheldon is an exceptional genius and a self-proclaimed germaphobe. This unique combination makes him the most wanted person in the current situation. If we would have paid attention to Sheldon on the Big Bang Theory, we could have abated the danger.
Self-Isolation is today’s mantra to live. If one doesn’t practice isolation, one risks own life and life of one’s loved ones. The germaphobic Cooper and in turn Big Bang Theory has found a newfound relevance in the present times.
In case you missed what Sheldon said, there’s good news because Chuck Lorre is rebooting The Big Bang Theory for season 13.
Gear up for Sheldon’s Big Bang Germ Theory on season 13 post Covid fear cools down
You heard that right. The Big Bang Theory is getting a reboot for season 13 with a fresh look on Covid 19 danger. Sheldon Cooper has revised his lessons on how to beat germs. We can expect a fresh take on coronavirus straight from the horse’s mouth. Yes, imagine Sheldon giving us Self Isolation lessons.
Chuck Lorre is considering changing his mind and rebooting The Big Bang Theory for season 13. It should be titled Sheldon Cooper’s The Big Bang Germ Theory season 13. Jokes apart, the world needs new lessons on Self-isolation practices because the fear of Corona is not going to end soon.
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