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The boys use video games like bowling and archery for "exercise" and use the traditional sport rules.

Sheldon has sometimes appeared to show empathy, including lending money to Penny without expecting it back quickly (although that may just have been his logical Spock-like response to a problem to be solved; it was, after all, money he was not using and would not miss He dislikes gifts, because the "social contract" in his view creates either a debt or burden on the receiver of the gift which will not stop until one of the two involved in the "gift-relationship" dies leaving the other either in debt or with an undue surplus.

Whenever approaching a person's home, he must knock three times, then say the person's name, and must repeat this at least three times.

Upon entering a person's home, he must select the proper seat before sitting down.

In response to criticism from his friends that he is mentally ill, Sheldon often retorts, "I'm not crazy; my mother had me tested" – which his mother has confirmed to be true (once while wishing she had gone through with a follow-up examination).

Sheldon's closest relative is his maternal grandmother who he affectionately calls "Meemaw", and who in turn calls him "Moon Pie".

His aunt also encouraged Sheldon by giving him medical equipment, "in case his work in physics failed, he'd have a 'trade' to fall back on".

He exhibits highly idiosyncratic behavior and a general lack of humility or empathy. These characteristics provide the majority of the humor involving him, which has caused him to be described as the show's breakout character.

along with his elder brother (George Jr.) and fraternal twin sister (Missy) by his mother, Mary Cooper, an overtly devout Evangelical Christian; and George Cooper, an alcoholic who was never around. Hinckley, the store owner, that George was stealing from the cash register.

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