Four Geektastic Items from Sheldon’s ‘Big Bang Theory’ Apartment
Six years ago an American sitcom aired on CBS that would capture the attention of geeks, genius’ and sitcom lovers across the US, that sitcom was of course The Big Bang Theory. Season 7 premieres a week from today but before then the cast will be sitting at the Emmy Awards anxiously waiting the announcement […]
Six years ago an American sitcom aired on CBS that would capture the attention of geeks, genius’ and sitcom lovers across the US, that sitcom was of course The Big Bang Theory.
Season 7 premieres a week from today but before then the cast will be sitting at the Emmy Awards anxiously waiting the announcement for the eight award categories they have been nominated for. Some of these include:
- Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series
- Outstanding Comedy Series
- Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series
- Outstanding Hairstyling For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Yes, this is really a nomination)
While there is no award nomination for the apartment that can pack in the most nerds, we feel Apartment 4A still deserves the spotlight for the role it plays in the show. (especially since something like outstanding hairstyle gets an award!!)
For those unfamiliar with Apt 4A here is a brief summary:
Apartment 4A is the primary setting in The Big Bang Theory, and is the apartment where Sheldon and Leonard live. It is situated in an apartment complex at 2311 N. Los Robles Avenue. When viewed from the satellite photographics in The Countdown Reflection episode it appears to be located at 215 S Madison Ave. Due to the primary characters in the series, albeit Penny, being of the “nerd” social classification, the apartment has been dubbed as “Nerdvana” by Howard in season 1 episode 14 “The Nerdvana Annihilation“.
Now let’s get to the good stuff. Whether you are a five year old or a kid at heart, this apartment is packed with little gems of geeky fabulosity. Here are four of our favorite items:
The Bathroom Shower Curtain
When it comes to the decor at Apt 4A, the period table of elements shower curtain is a fan favorite and for $29.95 you can have one too!
The Battlestar Galactica Cylon Toaster
You and your bread can geek out too but it will cost you a pretty penny. Supposedly the device is limited in quantity, as only one batch was created specifically for Comic-Con. (http://www.engadget.com)
The Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box Cover
The Batman Cookie Jar
Cookies + Batman…does it get any better? You can get your hands on one here.
Did we miss any cool items? Let us know in the comments section!
Cover image via wall.alphacoders.com