The newest plot gap in The Big Bang Theory is expounded to one in every of Sheldon Cooper’s (performed by Jim Parsons) many sicknesses – his cat allergy. Within the early seasons of the CBS sit-com its established that Sheldon is allergic to cats as a growth to the lengthy working joke of Howard Wolfowitz (Simon Helberg) having to keep away from all types of meals and animals attributable to his personal allergic reactions.
In season one, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) comes dwelling with a cat scratcher, and that is when it turns into clear that Sheldon is allergic to cats.
When Sheldon says he hopes it is for Leonard, he replies: “Now I’ve taken into consideration your allergy, and I discovered an answer…”
This implies Sheldon has a lethal cat allergy.
Nonetheless, it appears CBS bosses made an enormous u-turn on the plots by the point the topic of real-life cats got here again round in season 4.
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“Okay so I’m watching old BBT and how the hell is Sheldon bringing home all these kitties when he knows damn well he and Leonard are allergic?!” quizzed one Reddit person.
One fan responded, joking: “Lol either he is dosed up on antihistamine or the writers forgot, know what my money’s on.”
A second unimpressed fan added: “I swear they do this all the time, create such complicated characters and then totally forget all their quirks.”
Nonetheless, one fan could have a proof, because the person commented: “Just for the record, when I was younger, I had a horrible allergy of cats, that it consistently gave me hives. Now that i’m older, it has actually worn off, and I can be around cats whenever and wherever I please.”
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