Big Bang Theory Image Shows BTS's Sheldon's Nimoy Napkins From Penny

Jim Parsons adorably holds up Penny's Nimoy napkin for Sheldon, while Kunal Nayyar snaps him in a new Big Bang Theory BTS image.

Leonard Nimoy's Penny's napkin on The Big Bang Theory is at the center of a newly surfaced behind-the-scenes image of Jim Parsons. During its 12 years on CBS, The Big Bang Theory ran several holiday-themed episodes. Still, the outings are some of the nerd-centric sitcom's greatest, with plenty of memorable moments. This includes the Pasadena gang, Sheldon bars discussing how he bonded them together, and Amy entertaining her friends with Raj's dad. However, there's nothing quite like Christmas in Season 2 of The Big Bang Theory, when Sheldon received an awesome gift from Penny.

In "The Bath Product Gift Hypothesis", Penny gives Sheldon a napkin signed by Nimoy from the Cheesecake Factory, which is probably the best gift she can ever give. Given Sheldon's fondness for Nimoy and Spock, the gift pleased him, causing him to frantically scramble to return it. This leads to one of the best parts of The Big Bang Theory and highlights Penny and Sheldon's friendship. Now, writer Jessica Radloff has shared a photo of BTS showing Parsons holding up a Nimoy napkin given to him by Sheldon , while co-star Kunal Nayyar posed for his photo. Check out the cute snaps Below:

Why Sheldon & Penny’s Relationship Works Great On The Big Bang Theory

Considering how difficult Sheldon is, he doesn't have many friends. As seen in "Young Sheldon", he was socially difficult at an early age. Penny reminds him of Missy, which is why he prefers to spend time with her, even though they don't have much in common. It also helps that Penny is very patient with him. Choose to understand his underdeveloped social skills instead of laughing at or judging him for his shortcomings. Despite Sheldon's tendency to make inappropriate and hurtful comments about Penny's romantic choices. In the end, the two found a dynamic that worked for both of them.

The Big Bang Theory originally featured a very different version of Penny named Katie, who was more ruthless and rude. CBS realized the character wouldn't be the opposite of the show's nerdy character. Considering Kaley Cuoco's take on Penny, the sitcom found the right combination of characters, adding Raj and Howard along with original players Sheldon and Leonard. Of the several different pairings on The Big Bang Theory, there's no question that Sheldon and Penny's friendship is its central relationship. Both characters benefit from their dynamics. Penny helps Sheldon navigate He was emotionally healthier while he helped her deal with the complicated start of her relationship with Leonard.

Sadly, the decision to end The Big Bang Theory led to conflict between Parsons and Cuoco over the way his exit from the show was passed on to the rest of the cast. In an ideal world, this script could end without drama, but the good news is they were able to tinker quickly and deliver a fantastic Big Bang Theory finale. Somehow, it mirrors Sheldon and Penny's turbulent friendship, which has had its ups and downs and has a lot of good moments in between, including the Nimoy napkin.

MORE: The Big Bang Theory's Most Questioned Ending Arc Has a Young Sheldon Fix

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