The roommate contract can be shaken anyway, as Leonard and Penny are getting married for the start of the season, which means Leonard is likely to move. To be on time, Greg. At the end of the day, I am inclined to believe that the roommate agreement is unenforceable and invalid, but the lawyers will not agree. In fact, we are often paid. How do you feel about that? Is that happening? Does Leonard have any recourse to go out under his pre-boarded roommate? I am interested in the debate. When Sheldon formally accused Leonard of violating the roommate`s agreement by taking a shower with Priya in the bathroom of the apartment, when Sheldon had a „nature call“ (which Sheldon considers an emergency), Priya, a lawyer, decides to intervene on Leonard`s behalf in the case. If Priya (and therefore Leonard) wins this round, they decide to test other sections of the agreement in practice. When Sheldon can`t handle what`s going on with Priya and Leonard, who openly mock the sanctity of the agreement, he addresses Penny, who in turn invites Sheldon to the girls` party with Bernadette and Amy. Sheldon accepts Penny`s invitation only with Penny`s promise that some priya-bashings will take place during her journey. Her journey takes her to a dance club where Sheldon begins to see another side of Amy, who is influenced by penny and alcohol consumption. But thanks to her drunken stupor, Amy still gives Sheldon some advice on how he priya and… Written by Huggo These other scenarios are not valid, but I think Leonard has a strong argument that the agreement is so unfavorable to him that it is a real burden.

Most clauses require Leonard to do something or not stop, and Sheldon doesn`t have much to do to meet all the requests of leonards. But perhaps these clauses are insignificant without affecting the agreement in general, or perhaps the rest of the contract is in place because Sheldon had the foresight to include a separation clause. There are still ways to defeat the treaty. For those who do not watch, the main characters, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) and Leonard Hofstadter (played ungrateful by Johnny Galecki) are roommates and best friends. Before becoming a roommate, Sheldon forced Leonard to sign a contract in exchange for permission to rent Sheldon`s second bedroom. The deal is ridiculous after all. It contains many clauses that were designed only to get a laugh and have little or no real application. Here are some examples of clauses, according to the TBBT wiki: like the relationship agreement between Sheldon and Amy, the roommate agreement is the sacred document that sums up Leonard and Sheldon`s responsibility as friends and rooms. This covers all needs from which you can order the right protocol in case of a zombie outbreak. And thanks to all this, Leonard and Sheldon have become better buds than ever…

or, you know, at least they didn`t tear themselves apart. Good news for Leonard, then… Courts tend to invalidate contracts in this unilateral way. From a legal point of view, we say that the content of the treaty is unacceptable. In other words, the terms of the agreement are so unfair that they insult consciences.