Star Trek 1701-D / Big Bang Theory License Plate Frame

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Star Trek 1701-D / Big Bang Theory License Plate Frame
$12.90

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  • If you were Sheldon Cooper, your other car would be the Enterprise 1701-D!

  • Display this The Big Bang Theory license plate frame on your car or truck!

  • Features the show's logo and "My Other Car Is The 1701-D."

  • Pure genius, is it not?

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Sheldon's other car? If you were Sheldon Cooper, your other car would be the Enterprise 1701-D. Right? So, proudly display this awesome The Big Bang Theory license plate frame on your car or truck! The black, standard-sized plate holder from Bif Bang Pow! measures approximately 12 1/4-inches wide x 6 1/4-inches tall, is made of injection-molded plastic, and features the The Big Bang Theory logo with white printing that says "My Other Car Is The 1701-D." Pure genius, is it not?

Dr. Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) is smarter than you - and he's not afraid to say so. A theoretical physicist possessing a master's degree, two Ph.D.s, and an IQ of 187, Sheldon is originally from East Texas, where he was a child prodigy, starting college at the age of 11. He has zero interest in romance, as his only real love is science. He is a stickler for routine and is very different from his family; his mother, Mary, is a devout Christian, and his twin sister, Missy, is not a scientist by any means. Superpowers: Eidetic memory, Tuvan throat singing. Weaknesses: Understanding sarcasm, driving. 

In The Big Bang Theory, Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists - wizards in the laboratory, but socially inept outside of it. Enter beautiful, free-spirited neighbor Penny, who aims to teach them a thing or two about life. While Leonard spends his days looking for love, Sheldon is quite content video-chatting with platonic partner Amy Farrah Fowler or playing Secret Agent Laser Obstacle Chess with their ever-expanding universe of friends, including fellow scientists Raj and Howard, and Howard's new wife, the adorable micro-biologist, Bernadette.

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