The Smartest Guy In TBBT: Sheldon’s Compulsive Closure Therapy!

“Penny! Penny! Penny!” If you are a huge fan of American TV series, you must know where the quotation comes from and who says it.

Sheldon Cooper, the smartest and weirdest guy in the Big Bang Theory, has been described as a person with plenty of OCD’s signs such as sitting the same seat on his couch and having a bowel movement at 8:20 a.m. each morning without fail. In the S06E21, Sheldon has been find having obsession to complete everything, and Amy tries to help him with his compulsive needs for closure, which actually brings out the biggest laughs from fans.

Check out this video, and don’t you think Sheldon’s adorable? Besides, it could be a good thing for procrastinators to be obsessive about completing tasks, I guess.

Dix: Is There Any Real Cure For OCD?


Dix is a darkly comic short film showing the complexities of psychological and obsessive-compulsive behaviour, featuring a man called Marc. Marc needs the paving stones on which he walks to move, for fear of stepping on the lines. In order to get over his phobia, he follows a treatment to confront the inner fears which lie behind his obsessive-compulsive disorder. The work is a mixture of live action and CG.

Dix is part of The Mill’s ongoing initiative to produce in-house short films and continuing commitment to develop talent within their growing animation team. In 2008, Dix has won the prestigious Jury Award at the SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival.

It is a quite cult film and it might be the first time that OCD has been shown on screen in such a gory manner. However, it is indeed an inspiring and touching film for people suffering from OCD right now.