Just like in real life, becoming roommates with another person, whether you know them from the past or whether they are total strangers, can lead to some very interesting and funny situations, after all, everyone needs to adjust to the new living arrangement. Having someone as a roommate can be your best experience in your adult life but can also be your worst living nightmare, and the interplay of such relationships, especially in sitcoms, is what makes us so entertained. At the end of the day it’s all about the dynamics, and if they all got along so well, you know it wouldn’t be so interesting to watch. These are television’s best and worst roommates of all time.
[post_page_title]Sheldon and Leonard – The Big Bang Theory[/post_page_title]
Where do we even begin with these two? Besides the fact that The Big Bang Theory is one of the most brilliant shows that was ever on television, what makes it all so more incredible is its cast. It’s the constant professional and personal clashes between the theoretical physicist, Sheldon and the experimental physicist, Leonard, that make us cringe in our seats in the best possible way. It’s always interesting to view the dynamics between roommates who are so different from one another, but two see the dynamics between two geniuses, braniacs for that matter, is just too funny. The best thing about these two is that they know they can’t live without the other, even though it is pretty much portrayed the opposite on screen. It’s obsessive-compulsiveness meets needy and whiny all under one roof, thank god there’s Penny there to balance that craziness out.
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